The Best New Android Apps of the Week – June 16, 2013
This weeks list of the Best New Android Apps has a little something for everyone, including a few new Android Games. We’ve consolidated our “best new” lists, and hope you enjoy our picks for the past week…
If you’ve ever wanted to print something on the fly from your mobile device today’s your lucky day. Google released their cloud printing app last week, and it makes printing via the cloud simple as all you need to do is connect your printer to the cloud, download the app, and you’re good to go. Google Cloud Print is free to download on Google Play.
2. Charlie Hop
Charlie Hop is a new Android Game that’s all about the mustaches. You’ll have to help Charlie grow a manly moustache, and you’ll accomplish this by working tricky physics-based puzzles. It’s a blast, and it’s free to download.
If you’ve ever wanted to know what lies beneath the screen of your favorite Android device, CPU-Z can help you out. It covers everything under the sun and has any information you might need from your SOC, System, Battery, and Sensors. It’s still in Beta, but works well and is definitely worth a look. You can pick up Cpuid’s CPU-Z for free on Google Play.
A few weeks ago we got an awesome puzzle game from Radian games by the name of Slydris, and now they’ve given us Crush, an insanely intense block-based puzzler. Its twitch gaming at its finest, and it’s by far the toughest game we’ve played in months. If you’re ready to strain your brain you can head on over to Google Play and pick up Crush for $1.99.
Maxelus.net puts out the slickest live wallpapers around, and their latest puts a futuristic spin on things. Space Colony puts a space city on your homescreen complete with flying spaceships, and a color changing toxic aura. If you’ve seen their other space-based LWP’s you already know how awesome this one is, and it can be yours for $1.95.
If you’re looking for a colorful puzzle game to whittle away the hours, look no further than dotdot from Inferno. It’s the dot popping game to end all dot popping games, and you can read more about it in our review. If you want to give it a go, you can pick up Inferno’s dotdot for free on Google Play.
7. Moxtra Beta
Moxtra presents you presentation binders that let you share projects you’re working on. You can collect all your important photos, docs, and videos into visual binders where you’ll be able to share them with anyone you want to collaborate with. It works like a charm, and it’s free to download on Google Play.
Those cute little minions made their way to Android last week as Gameloft released a movie tie-in game with Despicable Me Minion Rush. This endless runner puts you into the shoes of a minion that’s trying to impress Gru by winning Minion of the Week. It’s polished, full of minions, and it’s a lot of fun even if you’ve become burnt out on runners. Gameloft’s Despicable Me Minion Rush is free to download on Google Play.