Yesterday has been a big day for Apple as it has announced quite a lot of new things at its 2015 WWDC conference. So if you are more interested in iOS apps and games, we’ve got you covered with this week’s sister roundup for iPhone and iPad owners. Android owners are invited to have a look at our list from previous week, where you will find as always plenty of noteworthy apps and games. But if you’ve already checked everything and you’re on the right page, then let’s get started with this week’s best new Android apps and games.

Hitman: Sniper ($4.99)

Hitman: Sniper is the newest sequel for Android users of the popular shooting game developed by Square Enix. Hitman Go was another game that we enjoyed playing in 2014 but in this year, as well. Just as the name suggests, Hitman: Sniper is a fixed position shooting game where you once again play as Agent 47. You will need to make use of skill, subtlety, subterfuge and the environment to complete your contracts. The game comes with over 150 missions and 13 epic sniper rifles. You can also play along with your friends to make the game even more entertaining.

Hound Voice Search (Free)

Soon, Google is about to get some serious competition to its digital assistant Google Now as SoundHound is launching its own Hound voice search app. Currently available only for users in the US, Hound is a voice-enabled search engine that acts like a personal assistant, help you with queries related to weather, navigation, local search, hotel search, phone calls, web searches, video, music, news, photo search and many, many others. Hound can understand natural language sentences as we all as exclusions and negation.

Kung Fury: Street Rage (Free)

Kung Fury: Street Rage is a brand new Android game which is the official version of the short-movie with the same name. The movie is a martial arts comedy title which pays homage to 1980s martial arts and police action films. The game is described as a new hit-2000 cartridge game which comes with arcade style beat ’em up nazi fights, stereo sound music and that sweet retro feeling. Have a look at the video from above and decide whether this is your kind of game.

Office Lens (Free)

Office Lens is a new Android app from Microsoft which lets users trim, enhance, and makes pictures of whiteboards and docs readable. The app also allows to to convert images to PDF, Word and PowerPoint files, and also to save images to OneNote or OneDrive. If you’re doing a lot of work on your Android smartphone or tablet and you’re also using Microsoft’s services, then this is a must-have.

PES Club Manager (Free)

I’ve always been a big fan of the Pro Evolution Soccer franchise of games from Konami, playing its early versions as a kid. Now that there are so many mobile users out there, it makes sense for them to come up with new games for them. Such a game is PES Club Manager which lets you create and manage your own dream team. The game come with 5,000+ officially licensed real players from all over the world, so there’s plenty to choose from.

Moon Tours (Free)


If you’re an astronomy buff, then you probably will be interested in the new Moon Tours app from Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The app is actually a web-based portal that provides a suite of interactive visualization, analysis tools, and data products which bring access to mapped lunar data products from past and current lunar missions. This app will appeal with lunar scientists, engineers, mission planners, but also with anybody who was a passion for astronomy.

Terminator Genisys: Revolution (Free)

Terminator Genisys: Revolution is a brand new Android game from popular developer Glu Mobile which is the official game of the yet to be released movie. This is a third-person shooter where you will be able to choose from hundreds of missions as you nattle your way through stunningly-rendered, post-apocalyptic locations. You will have at your disposal a wide variety of present-day and futuristic weapons but you will also need to make use of your tactics to kill your enemies.

Google Spotlight Stories (Free)


Google Spotlight Stories is a new Android app which enables engineers and critically-acclaimed filmmakers to bring stories to life using the latest advances in mobile technology. By using 3D and 2D animation, 360° spherical cinema-quality video, full-sphere surround sound, and sensor fusion techniques, Google wants its new Spotlight Stories to be your mobile movie theater.

Bonfire Photo Editor (Free)


There’s a plethora of photo editing apps out there, but Bonfire Photo Editor has caught our attention. The app is really easy to use and comes with a bunch of impressive features, such as real-time filters, sharing of full-sized pictures, zoom in, zoom out, options to rotate, flip, and adjust the brightness, contrast and saturation of your photos, auto enhance selfies, artistic painting effects, enhanced black and white HDR filter, funk filters, magnifying glass filters, pop art filters, including comic and pointillism painting filters. If you’re not yet convinced, give a try and check it out.

Pebble Time (Free)


The official Android app for Pebble Time and Pebble Time Steel is now available on the Play Store. It allows owners to manage theirincoming calls, emails, messages, notifications, and more. You are also able to organize the past, present, and future with a new timeline interface, reply to notifications with quick voice responses, track your workouts, control music playback, and choose from thousands of colorful apps and watchfaces in the Pebble appstore.

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