I’ve been away for a short while and that’s why the previous roundup with the best new Android apps wasn’t done; but now I’m back, so you can grab your Android smartphones and tablets and start downloading la creme de la creme. Next week there also won’t be the usual weekly roundup as we will be attending the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. But, of course, there will be plenty of interesting mobile news that you are invited to read here on Technology Personalized.
For this week’s best Android apps, we have selected ten new Android apps which contain plenty of interesting games and apps that you can use to endow your Android device with new functions. By the way, if you happen to know an interesting new Android app or game yourself, let us know by leaving your comment at the end of the article. So, without further ado, here are this week’s roundup.
300: Seize Your Glory (Free)
300: Rise of an Empire is the upcoming sequel to the popular 300 movie that will get released in the beginning of the month of March. But the Android game 300: Seize Your Glory is already in the PlayStore, so go ahead and download it to try and help Greek general Themistokles unite all of Greece to stop the Persian army led by Artemisia. Do you have what it takes to become the ultimate spartan?
My Paid Apps (Free)
Google has updated the PlayStore and now it’s not possible to see a simple list of all the apps you’ve purchased in the Play Store. The My Paid Apps brings back that functionality and lets you lists apps, books, devices, sorts them into categories and order by name or date. The app also comes with support for multiple accounts, oauth login and lets you see app name, icon, buy date, and price for each item. By using the app, you will be able to know how much you have spent on Play Store items.
Rocket ROBO ($0.99)
Rocket ROBO is a new Android arcade and action game that can be enjoyed both by kids and grown-ups. With a lot of positive reviews from gaming websites, it comes with a 2.5d gameplay and functions that let you rotate worlds, control gravity, teleport and play with water and buoyancy, as well as discover hidden treasures in a beautiful 3D environment surrounded by an engaging music.
NBC Breaking News (Free)
Google’s Play Store definitely doesn’t lack Android apps to follow news, but if you’re a NBC subscriber, then you will be interested in downloading the latest Breaking News app. By using the app, you can set news alerts, mute stories you’re not interested in, save topics to read them later, share your favorite articles with your friends on social networks and plenty more. The app is really well designed and I’m sure you will enjoy it entirely.
The Domingos (Free)
The Domingos is a new brain & puzzle Android game that has already received some awards for mobile gaming. A physics based puzzle game, it comes with 65 levels of mind bending puzzles and solution unlocking for hard level. Being available for a free download, it’s quite a good offer that you shouldn’t miss. Your mission is to help the Domingos rescue their loved ones by destroying the Dandits. If you are not sure of your move, there’s a built-in undo feature for every action, so you have all the time at your disposal to take the right decision.
The SuperBeam Android app brings blazing fast transfer speeds by pairing Android devices using NFC or QR code scanning. By using the app it becomes really easy and fast to share large files between Android devices. It’s really cool that the app supports Android 2.3.3, so you will be able to use your old Android device with it, as well. You can share just about any file type that you want, and the best part is that the app is completely free!
The Room Two ($2.99)
The Room Two is the sequel to the highly popular The Room game that has received the Bafta award last year. This is a physical mystery puzzler, which takes place in a “beautifully tactile 3D world”. The locations and objects are highly detailed and give you a feeling of reality. The music really takes you into the atmosphere and you become really sunken in. There’s also support for cloud saving, so you can resume your playing on another device, as well.
If you want to track and pay all of your bills whenever you want on your Android device, then you need to download and install the Mobilligy app. The app lets you see when your upcoming bills are due and you can use it to check your account balances. Also, you can be instantly notified as new bills arrive and pay them with your credit card, debit card or bank account. Don’t worry, the confidential information is protected with bank-level encryption, so your money is safe.
School Boss (Free)
School Boss is a really useful app for students that lets them track their school grades, marks, assessment tasks and exams. It also comes with the ability to synchronize task deadlines with the Google Calendar. There are charts that let you visually see how you are progressing. The app also supports a variety of grading systems from around the world and even has a backup and restore function that lets you save your information to the SD card.
Last, but not leat, Foodler for Android lets you browse and find nearby restaurants that deliver to you. There’s the ability to filter by cuisine category, restaurant specials and rebates. Available only for residents of the United States, it also lets you explore ratings and recommendations, manage multiple orders, review your order history and you can even get rewards!