I guess you have been expecting our weekly edition of the best new Android apps and games, but since there were so many awesome choices in the previous list, we suspect some of you are still digesting them. If you have a Windows device, go ahead and have a look at this week’s list with some of the best new Windows tools. So, without further ado, let’s see what you can get right now on your Android smartphone or tablet.

Klout (Free)

After quite a long wait, Klout has finally released its official app for Android users, which comes with a clean and straightforward design. For those who don’t are new to Klout, it’s touted as the world’s largest collection of cross-network social data which it uses to deliver personalized content recommendations. Its main features are the content stream which consists in helpful tags that identify great content; scheduling which automatically publishes your content and topic explorer which enhances your personalized content stream.

Secret (Free)

secret-app-androidSecret has become a huge hit once it got released for iOS devices and it looks to enjoy the same success with Android devices, as well. Just like the name of the app suggests, you can write anything that’s on your mind, free of judgment and there’s even the option of adding photo or color backdrops to your messages. Also, you can add blur, textures, and moods. Of course, you can comment on your friends’ secrets. The more popular a secret gets, the more eyeballs it gets and it will make you feel better.

Epson Print Enabler (Free)

Epson is one of the biggest makers of printers in the world and it’s now released the Epson Print Enabler Android which lets you print from tablets and smartphones. By using it, you can easily print photos, emails, web pages and documents from the built-in menu of apps that support Android Printing. Also, right from within the app, you can select print options including colour, number of copies, paper size, print quality, layout and 2-sided printing. You can print directly from Gallery, Photos, Chrome, Gmail, Drive (Google Drive), Quickoffice and other apps.

King of the Course Golf (Free)

king-of-the-course-golfOf course, there are plenty of golf games on the PlayStore, but when a new title comes from EA, it’s bound to be appealing. King of the Course Golf brings fast-paced golf challenges on spectacular PGA TOUR courses in the world, like TPC Sawgrass and Pinehurst No. 2. You can make use of boosts to increase your chance of getting better at the game and there’s also the option to compete with friends for extra fun. Do you have what it takes to become the King of the Course?

Archos Connected Self (Free)

Archos might not be a big player on the electronics market, but it has made a name for itself by releasing affordable devices. Now, the company is launching the Archos Connected Self app to help you monitor your daily activity with the Archos activity tracker. It will track steps, monitor distance walked or run during the day and will motivate to beat your previous records. Also, you will be able to check your calories burned. It also works with the Archos Connected Scale to help you monitor your weight and with the ARCHOS Blood Pressure Monitor.

Motorola Alert (Free)

motorola-alertMotorola is continuing its tradition of releasing apps with separate purposes on the PlayStore and the latest such one is Motorola Alert wich lets you quickly alert people important to you. You just need to put your phone on alert, and it will begin sending periodic notifications with your location. So, in case something happens to you, your beloved ones will know of your whereabouts. This is especially useful for parents, as they can be automatically notified when their kids leave school or arrive home.

BillGuard (Free)

If you like the idea of managing your personal finances from your own smartphone, then you’ll be interested in learning more about BillGuard. By using it, you will be able to track your spending, protect your credit cards from fraud and unwanted charges, and make use of simple budgeting to save money for a specific item you want to acquire. The service has been popular before when it was available only through its website, but now its many options and features can be reached from your smartphone or tablet.

Maleficent Free Fall (Free)

maleficent-free-fallPuzzle games can be a lot of fun on your smartphone or tablet and if you are also a fun of Disney cartons, you’ll definitely enjoy the Maleficent Free Fall game. The action takes place on the board of enchanted gemstones where you need to create matches of 3 or more in order to trigger cascading combos and to achieve the established objectives. And, of course, don’t forget to check out the movie once it gets released in your town.

Downcount (Free)

Downcount is a new Android app with a minimalistic look which helps you create daily countdowns. You just need to simply set a date and a label and that’s it. After you are done, you can even place a countdown widget on either your lockscreen or homescreen. The app is available for free, but you can purchase the Downcount Premium version to remove all ads forever and you will also receive extra features which will be released in the future.

JoyJoy ($1.99)

joy-joyJoyJoy is described as a ‘fantastically satisfying twin-stick shooter’ where you get to blast your way through 24 unique waves and 6 intense challenges. You can make the upgrade to 6 varied weapons, and also improve your ships’ speed, armor, and special attack. There are 5 difficulty levels, and 2 bonus difficulty levels, once you finish them all. You can also track your progress with achievements and leaderboards.

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