5 Android Apps To Check Out This Week
Some of these are fresh off the development grill, some have been here for a while. The one thing these Android apps have in common and that they do exactly what they promise and they do it well. A great reason for you to check these out right now.
Meter by Google Creative Labs
A cool, interesting and highly useful app made it live this Tuesday. It’s called Meter and it is by Google Creative Labs. The app turns your otherwise boring and static wallpaper into a Material Design widget that comes with lots of functionality. It can display your remaining battery life, Wi-Fi signal strength, pending notifications.
The data-driven wallpaper cycles through three visualizations and can be further controlled by tilting or moving the device. The biggest
The biggest benefit of the app is that it gives you better awareness of your phone’s status over the course of the day. Among other great news, the app is free and open source.
Move to iOS
Not a completely new app, but quite a recent one. Move To iOS does one thing and does it well – it helps you move your data from an Android phone to an iPhone.
With just a few steps, you will be able to efficiently and securely move your content from an Android device to an iOS one. This includes Contacts, message history, camera pics and videos, web bookmarks, mail accounts and calendar data.
So, if that iPhone 6s has won you over, going iOS has just got way easier.
Adblock is not a new name on the app market and the tool is well-known and respected for its ability to get rid of annoying pop-ups. Now, you can cut out the middle man and get yourself Adblock Browser – an Internet browser that is completely and blissfully ad-free. The browser comes with several other highlights and promises to load your pages faster, reduce the risk of malware infection, enhance privacy, save over 20% of your battery and more.
Pop The Lock
On the fun side, there is a simple and addictive (isn’t that always the combo?) Pop The Lock game. Available on both Android and iOS, it asks you to only do one thing – yes, you’ve guessed it – to pop the lock. Getting into the game is super easy with the rules and goals being pretty much self-explanatory. All you will need to do is to chase the yellow bars with the pink cursor (lockpick) until it pops open. Sounds easy, but as it’s often the case, it gets more difficult (and harder to put down) with every level.
Brand New Apps
We finish up with an app that has been around for quite a while, but is directly related to your productive app future on the Play Store. Brand New Apps alerts you when any new releases become available, so you can keep your finger on the pulse, so to speak, and never miss out on cool apps as they come out. The app checks for new apps hourly, so will definitely be able to add “hunting for new apps on the Play Store” to your list of hobbies.
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