As another Monday rolls around, we’ve got another list of the Best New Android Apps of the Week. Last week saw a slew of sequels released along with a highly anticipated movie tie-in game. We tried to include a little something for everyone, and hope you enjoy our picks…
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Most of the time we cover Android Apps & Games for big kids, but occasionally we come across a great apps for the little ones. LEGO Duplo Peekaboo is one such app, and if you’re looking to entertain your toddler it’s definitely worth a look.
Hamon has is no stranger to quirky Android games, and one of their latest oddball games goes by the name of Yakiniku Paradice. It’s a game about grilled meat and your ability to flip it as fast as you possibly can.
From Android Apps that let you create to one’s that help you stay in shape, there are some great picks on this week’s list of the Best New Android Apps of the Week.
You may not know the name Lava Spark, but you’ll surely remember it after you get a hold of Battle Bunnies. It’s part city building game, part turn-based battler, and it’s full of quirky battling bunnies.
Shopping online has become the way to go these days, and shopping from your Android phone or tablet is about as simple as it gets. Our list of the Best Shopping Apps gives you 5 Free Android Apps that can make your life much easier by letting you browse, buy, and save money while you’re on the go.
There are a lot of drinking games you can play on your Android device, but there aren’t many actual games with a plot that revolves around pubs. Alcohero from Moral Games is the first such game we’ve come across, and it’s an interesting take on the classic real life game known as a pub crawl…
The newspapers may be slowly going the way of the Dinosaur, but Comic Strips will always be around in one form or another. GoComics is an Android app that can help you revisit some old friends from the funny pages, and it has a huge selection of comics to choose from so there’s a little something for everyone.
We’ve seen a lot of great releases this week, and House of the Dead Overkill: The Lost Reels is another game to add to the list. It’s the second release from Sega this week, and it’s a mobile take on a popular shooter full of zombies and F-bombs.
We’ve heard a lot about flexible displays over the past year, and it looks like LG is going to beat everyone to the punch as they’re set to release the first Flexible OLED display later this year.
Good old Shellhead is back. Gameloft released Iron Man 3 in the wee hours of the morning, and we finally get to see their take on another Superhero. They knocked it out of the park with Batman & Spiderman, so how does Iron Man 3 game stack up? Read on to find out…
It’s been a long time coming, but the fabulous keyboard alternative known as Swype has finally come out of Beta. Seriously. If you haven’t tried Nuance Communication’s keyboard there’s no time like the present as it’s the clicks keyboard app around…
Art Mogul is a game that’s all about Art, and you get to play a globetrotting Art dealer that’s out to take over the Art world one painting at a time. We briefly talked about his one last week, and as promised we’re back with our Art Mogul Review.
Legends of Yore has been a fan favorite since it was released, and last week Coke and Code released another cool retro game called Wizards of Yore. If you’re thinking it’s a sequel to Yore or just another Rougelike game… think again.
It’s pretty safe to say that most people have heard of the molasses flavored popcorn known as Cracker Jacks. The Cracker Jack app is out to remind folks of the nostalgic candy, and it even offers up a little baseball to boot.