I am sure you enjoyed our last week’s roundup with the best new Android apps from the Play Store, but now we’re back with some titles that are just as good. We will be starting our list with the just announced Facebook Lite app for Android users that are looking to save on data, and then we’ll continue with what I’m sure everybody loves – games. So, let’s waste no more time and have a look at all these yummy new entries, shall we?

Facebook Lite (Free)


Silently announced, Facebook Lite is a brand new official app for Android users who want to use less data. But don’t worry, the app works in all network conditions, and lives up to its name, being less than 1 MB
. Facebook informs that the app has been designed for 2G networks and areas with limited network connectivity. In other words, this app is designed mainly for emerging markets but also for those situations when your connection isn’t that strong.

WWE Immortals (Free)

WWE fans from all over the world will be happy to hear that Warner Bros has released a new game for them, called WWE Immortals. The game comes with a big roaster, letting you collect and play as fantastical versions of your favorite WWE Superstars: Triple H, John Cena, The Undertaker, The Bella Twins, The Rock, Hulk Hogan, and many more. Players can also take on real opponents in Online Battles and compete against players around the world in live, in-game events. And don’t you worry, the graphics are impressive.

Asana (Free)


One of the best tools for teamwork and collaboration, Asana, has finally landed on the Play Store for Android users. By using it, you can create tasks quickly for yourself or a teammate, add to-dos, reminders, and requests. It’s also possible to track due dates, assignees, and notes on your tasks. You or your colleagues can view and organize your task list, te-order tasks and swipe to complete tasks, which notifies your team that your work is finished. You can add tasks, projects, and comments for free up to 15 people.

Strategy&Tactics: Medieval Wars ($2.49)

If you love playing strategy games on your Android smartphone or tablet, then Strategy&Tactics: Medieval Wars is something that you should take a look at. The game features 4 historical campaigns, with 25 missions in total, 11 independent historical scenarios and several Skirmish mode maps. There are 21 types of units, a multiplayer mode Hotseat, turn-based battles, economic and military research. This game is about 13 states who fight a brutal war for European supremacy in 6 scenarios. Are you up for the task?

Biz Builder Delux ($3.49)


Kairosoft’s latest game is now out for Android device. As you can tell by its name, Biz Builder Delux is a game which simulates the challenging environment of growing your business from the very beginning. So, if you want to be the next business tycoon and you don’t know from where to start, what about a harmless game that you can play from the comfort of your sofa?

Quality Time (Free)

Sure, our smartphones and tablets are great devices, but sometimes they can eat up a lot of time. However, with the new Quality Time Android app, you will be able to monitor and get real time reports on how much time you spend on your smartphone and on your favorite apps. You will get a daily and weekly usage summary of your top apps with time spent on each app and number of times accessed. It will be possible to zoom in to hourly usage view for the selected date, tap any app to track app-specific usage history pattern. So, if you want to see how much time you spend with your gizmos, try this app!

Spectrum ($2.99)

Spectrum for Android is described as a platform game set in an abstract world of stylized shapes and bright colors. Players control a dark three-eyed ‘entity attempting to reach portals while avoiding unforgiving obstacles and elements‘. The game comes with 60 challenging levels with 3 objectives, 6 appealing environments, two control modes: Tilt or Touch-only controls. It is also compatible with MFi controllers, it gets leaderboards & Game Center integration. Have a look at the video from above and judge for yourself.

Citymapper (Free)


Touted as the ultimate transit app, Citymapper for Android brings A to B journey planner including ALL transport modes (walk, bus, subway / metro, cycle / bike sharing, cab / taxi, train / rail, tram, ferry). It comes with real-time data, a fimple, fast, usable and award winning design. At the moment, the app is working in the following cities – NYC, Chicago, San Francisco Bay Area, Washington DC, Boston, London, Paris, Berlin, Madrid, Barcelona, Milan, Rome and Mexico City.

Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders ($0.99)

Love plane fighting games? Always wanted to be a pilot? Then go ahead and try out Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders, a great looking air combat game. The game features ‘unparalleled visuals, special effects and audio including: specular masks, bump mapping, atmospheric
scattering, volumetric clouds with realistic lighting, sun glare, day & night transitions, God rays, high definition textures, 4x anisotropic filtering, High Dynamic Range (HDR) rendering, radial blur, heat haze, refractive raindrops and more’. You can even invite your friends to play online, pretty cool isn’t it?

Gunslugs 2 ($2.49)

Gunslugs 2 has been launched for Android players as a sequel to the original title, which has been pretty popular The Black Duck Army is back with and you can play in seven worlds with 8 levels per world. There are end of level bosses, randomly generated inside-area’s, tanks,hell-worms,rocket-launchers,aliens,lightning guns, huge spaceships, cut scenes, and much more.

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