A new week has just started, which means now it’s the right moment to recapitulate all the new goodies that have been launched in Google’s Play Store. If you have missed our last week’s roundup with ten of the best new Android apps, you can go ahead and have a look at it. The good news is that just like last week, we have some great Android games in the list.

Besides awesome games, we’ve got the official Pingdom app for website owners to monitor their website’s performance; a birth control app, an app to remind you to pay your bills in time and some more. Below we explore 10 of the best new Android apps that have been launched in the Play Store.

Assassin’s Creed Pirates ($4.99)

Assassin’s Creed is one of the most played games worldwide and now Ubisoft has released the Assassin’s Creed Pirates game for Android users. You play as Alonzo Batilla, a young and ambitious pirate captain that must tecruit the finest crew members and learn more than 50 new pirating techniques. Acquire more powerful vessels and engage yourself in naval combat to become the rules of the seas.

VSCO Cam (Free)

VSCO Cam was initially launched only for iOS users and after it has proved to be an instant hit, the developers have released an Android version, as well. One of the best picture editing apps, it lets you fine-tune your images with Exposure, Temperature, Contrast, Crop, Rotate, Fade, Vignette and other effects. It also comes with preset packs and precision slider tools that you can easy to modify images to your own liking.

Pingdom (Free)

pingdomThe official Pingdom Android app is one of the best apps to use when it comes to website uptime monitoring service. By using the free Android app you will get alerts as push notifications and you will be able to quickly resolve outages with new and improved root cause analysis. It also has the ability of viewing uptime and response time statistics for your websites, as well as current and past outages.

Dr. Newton The Brain Adventure (Free)dr-newton

I don’t play too many games on my Android smartphone, but the ones that I truly love are the brain training ones. Dr. Newton The Brain Adventure is one of the latest such games that I’ve been playing and I gladly recommend it to anyone. Hundreds of levels of addictive and challenging gameplay await you. The game comes with leaderboards so that you could compare your brain-performance statistics with others.

Quip (Free)

quip-androidQuip is a modern word processor for Android devices that combines documents and messages, making collaboration easy inside your organization. You can take notes, organize to-do lists, and collaborate within your company – all in a single place. ┬áReal-time, collaborative editing gets combined with messaging and email functions to increase your productivity.

Badland (Free)

If you have played Limbo, then you will find Badland to be a very similar indie game. It has previously been available for iOS and desktop users and boasts an impressive number of more than seven million users worldwide. The single-player campaign comes 80 unique levels and the multiplayer mode lets up to four players to complete 21 levels. The game also supports Cloud Save and Immersive mode.

Stevie (Free)

stevieStevie is another popular iOS application that has now been made available for Android users. By using Stevie for Android tablets and smartphones, you can turn your Facebook and Twitter accounts into TV shows and channels. Stevie works by focusing on relevant content you and your friends share on various social networks and then it combines it into multiple viewable channels.

Christmas HD ($1.99)christmas-hd

Yep, Christmas is just around the corner and your are probably looking to download some awesome Christmas apps on your Android smartphone or tablet. Christmas HD is an awesome live wallpaper where you can customize the scene, like putting your own photograph on the fireplace, your text on the stockings and the message for Santa. Even more, you can choose the color of lights, customize the ornaments, gifts and ribbons, snowflakes, garland, tree topper, and many others.

myPill Birth Control Reminder (Free)

A while ago, we shared with you what are some of the best pregnancy apps to use with your iOS and Android device, as well as some other parenting apps. myPill Birth Control Reminder is another app that you can add to your collection as it makes sure you’ll never miss the birth control pill ever again. Yes, technology has gone so far as to remind you even sensible things like these.

Bills Reminder ($3.99)

bills-reminderLike we have previously said, paying bills can become a pleasure with the right apps. Bills Reminder 2.0 is an awesome Android app that helps you keep track of your bills and make sure they are never overdue. You just have to enter your bill payment amount and the due date via and Bills Reminder will start to remind you of the payment 5 days before the due date.

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