We took a week off due to the holiday last weekend, but we’re back with another edition of the Best New Android Apps of the Week. From apps that help you learn a foreign language to Stephen Colbert and Agent 47, there’s a little something for everyone this week.
The hottest thing in the Android world now is the long awaited Samsung Galaxy S4 and as the initial launch date of Samsung’s new flagship smartphone gets closer we learn more about what the Galaxy S4 will offer us. The latest news is a bit more information on the new Samsung Knox feature that will come on all new Galaxy S4′s; which Samsung is also calling the new and improved security features ‘SE Android’ or Security Enhanced Android.
If you dig simulation games of the Kairosoft variety you’ve probably already heard of Epic Pirates Story. It’s a pirate themed sim a lot of us have been waiting for, and a few days ago it braved the wild buggy waters and sailed in to the play store. Are you ready to take on the evil Pirate King Blizzardo?
If you’re a fan of Agent 47 chances are you picked up Hitman Absolution when it was released last year. The Hitman: ICA app is an official companion app for Absolution, and it’s a must have Android app if you own the game.
Samsung has announced that it’s Wi-Fi only Galaxy Camera is now available in the U.S. The Galaxy Camera has made its debut at $449.99 at Samsung authorized retailers and $499 through AT&T.
It has been reported by Reuters that Google is aiming to start selling their second generation tablet in July. AsusTek retains the production rights to the slated Google product so we can look forward to a solid and reliable construction. There has been a change in the lineup however; The Nvidia Tegra chip has been sidelined in favor of the new Qualcomm Snapdragon.
It’s official. Today Facebook unveiled Facebook Home to the world and if you’re into social media prepare to be pleased. Rumors have been flying around the web for weeks, and we’re happy to say Facebook didn’t announce a Facebook phone today, but a home screen launcher that looks to socialize your favorite Android device.
The curious little game known as 22cans Curiosity is now on day 149, and we’re back with another edition of Behind the Cube. It’s been around a month since we covered the Cube, and not much has changed although the backer images are still rolling out as each layer is removed.
If you’ve ever wanted to speak in a foreign language, Rosetta Stone has always been an excellent program to use. Rosetta Course is the company’s’ foray in to the world of Android, and it’s hands down the best way to learn a foreign language on your mobile.
We’ve seen some great Sci-Fi Android games over the past few months, and you can now add one more to that list with Spaceward Ho! from Ariton Games. If the name sounds familiar it should, as the original Computer game was quite popular and still has a rabid fan base today.
Survival Horror games are all the rage, but there aren’t many good Android titles out there. Survival Horror Story: Catequesis looks to change that though and it’s putting a cool retro spin on things.
Who needs all that crazy HD and 3D graphics when you can have a classic-looking game like Ping? Answer: Not this guy, and probably not you either; developer Christopher Arnold did an outstanding job creating a game that looks and feels like a classic Atari game but is actually something completely new.This simple looking 8-bit game will have you hooked from the start because you will quickly realize it’s not as simple as it seems.
The greatest man in the world of Sports Entertainment got an Android App yesterday and it wasn’t an April fool’s joke. Rockpocalypse is a new Android game from the WWE and it’s all about The Rock putting a beat down on scores of evil Jabroni’s.