Yes, the moment has come for us to round-up the newest and most interesting Android apps and games from the Google Play Store. Just in case you missed the last week’s edition, go ahead and check it out. You’ll see there such titles as SoulCraft 2, Android Wear, European War 4, Archery 3D and many others. And now, without further ado, let’s check out the new items for this week!
Microsoft thinks it can impress Android users with the recently released Climatology app. By using it on your Android smartphone or tablet, you get climate information for anywhere you are: temperature, rain and sunniness. You’ll see that it doesn’t have a great rating at the moment, but that’s only because this is an experimental release and Microsoft will improve it along the way with your help.
Wear Mini Launcher (Free)
It was only a matter of time until the first launcher for Android Wear would’ve made its way on the Play Store. The Wear Mini Launcher is now available, with the brave purpose of allowing you to launch any app from anywhere. However, it’s still in its first release, so if you’re among the lucky ones who already have an Android Wear device and you’re not satisfied with its performance, make sure you report the bugs which will help improve it.
Heroes and Castles ($1.99)
Recently released for Android gamers, Heroes and Castles is already becoming a very popular RPG game. You must fight against the Undead Horde and their Orc and Goblin allies who are at your castle gates. You can choose one of many powerful heroes, raise an army and defend your castle. You can also build Towers, upgrade your castle walls, upgrade your units and even team up with a random ally or one of your friends.
Sonic Jump Fever (Free)
SEGA has recently unveiled yet another Sonic-themed game, this time called Sonic Jump Fever, where you get to compete with Sonic and friends in “high-speed bursts of vertical jumping mayhem”. Make use of huge combos to beat your friends’ high scores. There are also boosters, upgrades, unique character abilities to help you get a better score. You can alss unleash the FEVER mode for “hyper-speed for earth-shattering scores” and play as Sonic, Knuckles and other famous characters.
Commandr for Google Now (Free)
Google Now is already an impressive tool, but it seems there are ways to make it even better. With Commandr for Google Now you can use Google Now to control your flashlight, toggle settings, control music playback and other features by adding your own custom commands through Tasker. Inside the app, it’s also possible to vote on new commands or suggest yourself. The full Command List includes the following, with more to be added soon – turn On/Off Wifi, turn On/Off Bluetooth, turn On/Off GPS (for some phones), Pause Music, Resume Music, Next Song, Previous Song, Read Unread SMS, third-party notes.
Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock ($1.99)
There are many other similar apps, but Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock has truly made waking up easy and this is confirmed by the good rating it’s received so far. This is basically an intelligent alarm clock that analyzes your sleep and wakes you in the lightest sleep phase, which is the natural way to wake up feeling rested and relaxed. You get detailed sleep statistics and sleep graphs, 15 carefully selected, high quality, alarm melodies or the option to use your own music. You can snooze by shaking or tapping the phone lightly and there are even sleep notes where you can see whether eating or drinking before sleep is affecting its quality.
Evolution: Battle for Utopia (Free)
Evolution: Battle for Utopia is another new awesome RPG title for Android that you should take into consideration. In the game, you play as the captain of a space expedition whose mission is to explore a deadly post-apocalyptic planet on the galaxy’s edge. Touted as a free multi-genre online blockbuster with “unprecedented action”, it allows you to build a colony, fortify your base and protect it. Just like a true RPG, you can upgrade your units and forge alliances with your friends to increase chances of success.
Pullshot – Screenshots (Free)
If you need to take a lot of screenshots with your Android smartphone or tablet, then you probably need a tool like Pullshot. By using it, you can organize and manage screenshots as Pullshot automatically identifies them. You then just need to select multiple screenshots and move them to a new folder. This way, you will always know where they are.
Lost Toys ($2.99)
Lost Toys is a new mentally engaging 3D puzzle game which is said to sport “profound beauty, depth and challenge”. This is the first game from only a two-person indie team called Barking Mouse Studio. Inside the game, you can spin a petrified wooden toy in full 3D to study it from every angle. There are two play modes, standard and unlimited. But chances are that you won’t understand too much from its description, so try it for yourself to see why it has managed to get so many awards.
99 Bricks Wizard Academy (Free)
99 Bricks Wizard Academy is a brand new puzzle game with an interesting gameplay where your mission is to defy gravity with intuitive one-touch controls as you immerse yourself in a endless physics tower building. But you’re not the single wizard, as there’s Big Barry, Harry Hawk and others that’ll try to destroy your creations.