Another week has come to an end and we are here as usually to extract what we consider to be the best apps that have been launched in the Play Store. Our previous roundup contained 15 apps, so have a look at it if you missed it. Also, if you own an iOS device, why not have a look at the best 10 apps for iPhone/iPad, as well.
For the week ending on November 10, we have compiled a very diverse roundup of the best Android apps, with apps that range from providing online video streams to apps to help you shop smarter. We’ve also got a couple of awesome looking games, and some official apps from Motorola and Samsung. Read below to discover them all!
Justin.tv is one of the most reliable ways to see live streams online and now it has been made available for Android users, as well. With the Justin.TV Android app you get to watch thousands of top Justin.tv channels and chat directly with the broadcaster and viewers. You can also search and discover new and trending streams, and even filter channels by language to find streams from your country.
Available only for the latest Motorola smartphones, the Motorola Camera Android app is a welcome addition to the basic features of your camera. You can touch anywhere while using the app take a photo, even if you are recording a video. The app brings the ability to quickly access settings like flash, HDR, panorama, and slow-motion with a simple swipe. There is also the option of shooting photos continuously by holding your finger down.
Currently available only for Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and 2014 edition Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (with more to come), the PEN Window Launcher is an Android app that lets you invoke the Pen Window drawer without using the S Pen. So, for that use the S Pen a lot, like architects, digital artists or just anybody that takes notes frequently, this is a very useful application as it saves you time.
As a kid, I was mesmerized by the authority and strength of tanks. That’s why Tank Battles for Android has instantly won my heart. You get to cCustomize your tank with more than 90,000 combinations of cannons, armor, treads, camouflage to prepare it for 80+ entertaining single-player levels & 10 multiplayer war maps. Besides tanks, you can also use mines, turrets and bombs, to inflict massive damage upon your opponents.
OLED World is an Android app released by Samsung Display that brings in your palm astonishing pictures taken by renowned photographers. The app is meant to highlight the superb color expression of Samsung Display AMOLED and the Full HD photographs are free to enjoy and set as wallpapers. Enjoy awesome pictures with astronomical objects, wildlife, insect and landscape. The app is currently limited to Galaxy Note 1-3, Galaxy S3, S4 and Galaxy Nexus but other devices will also be ready shortly.
Bladeslinger is one of those games with such stunning graphics that they seem to be played on a computer. The game is optimized for Android devices with 512MB+ RAM, and to get the most of its graphics, you’d need to have a NVIDIA Tegra smartphone or tablet. You play as William Glaston as he returns to his hometown to fight an ancient evil in a fast paced 3D action fighting game.
When shopping for something, we want to make sure we get the best possible deals. The Favado Android app will help you achieve that as it compares everyday items at your local grocery and drug stores, allowing you to get a much better price. It will compare prices from more than 65,000 grocery and drug stores from the United States, making sure you get only the best deal.
The popular Annoying Orange from YouTube now has its very own Android game. The game comes with the same characters: Apple, Strawberry, Banana, the Annoying Orange and others. You will do a lot of danger in the kitchen with these fruits, such as bruises, burns, slices, freezes, electrocutes and evisceration. Despite its name, this little game is anything but annoying!
There are many apps built around the clock functionality of Android, but this is one of the most elegant ones I’ve seen in a while. Holo Text Clock will displays a grid of letters, of which some are illuminated to describe the current time in five minute intervals, as you can see from the above image. The clock is available in six languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Dutch and can also be used as a screensaver.
Talk to Docs is a new Android app with a lot of potential. Its aim is to connect doctors and those that might have some health-related questions. The “hands-free” mode will offer instant answers to your question and will even read them back to you. The app is perfect for those with busy schedules, laborious, moms, patients with disabilities and just anybody else. It currently has a launch sale price which will be increased after the promotional period ends, so hurry up!