Android App Ratings & Reviews

The Best New Android Apps of the Week – June 2, 2013

by On June 2, 2013

.pngbest.new.android.appsWhether you want to train your dog, listen to a thunderstorm, or just print from the cloud this week’s list of the Best New Android Apps has you covered. Without further ado, we proudly present our top picks…


1. TapNotes – Meeting Recorder

TapNotes Meeting Recorder lets you take down notes and record audio at the same time. The app lets you easily jump to tagged spots in recordings, search or browse chronologically, or save important notes to the cloud. It does as advertised, and it’s free to download on Google Play.

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2. ThinPrint Cloud Printerthinprint

Wireless printers can be a pain to set up, and nobody likes fooling with those bothersome cables anymore. The ThinPrint Cloud Printer app can remedy both those problems as it lets you print from any mobile device to any printer through the magic of the cloud. It’s extremely easy to use, and it’s free to download on Google Play.


3. Google Admin

Google Admin was released last week, and if you use any of their Enterprise products it’s an app you’ll want to pick up. Admin lets you do things like reset passwords, manage user groups, add users, and view domain setting changes. Google Admin works as a “super admin” for many of their products, and it’s free to download if you want to give it a whirl.google.admin


4. Raining.fmraining.fm

The sounds of rain are relaxing, and if love a good thunderstorm you’ve probably heard of Raining.fm. Last week the website launched their official Android app so you can now listen to the soothing sounds of storms while you’re on the go. We haven’t had a chance to check this one out yet, but it’ll only set you back $1.99 on Google Play.



5. DIRECTV GenieGOdirectv.geniego

The DireCTV GenieGO app lets you take your DVR recordings with you while you’re on the go. You’ll be able to watch shows across multiple devices, and download DVR recordings to watch offline on your Android device regardless of your location. The app is only available for US customers, and it’s free to download.


6. ONTDONTD

If you’re looking to stay up to date on celebrity gossip the ONTD app may be just the thing for you. ONTD keeps you informed with the latest drama and gossip from around the globe, and it has several handy features that make connecting and commenting a breeze. If you’d like to check it out, you can pick up LiveJournal’s ONTD app for free on Google Play.


7. App Stats (beta pre-release)app.stats

This one’s not going to be for everyone, but you’ll want to look into it if you’re a developer. App Stats provides developers with easy access to user ratings, app updates, price changing, and rankings in the play store with polled updates coming every 5-15 minutes. The app can notify you of any major events and let you keep tabs on your competitors as well. It’s currently in a free beta pre-release, but the full Beta will be out this Tuesday. Cloud.TV’s App Stats is free at the moment so check it out while it’s still in Beta.


8. Fetch Dog Trainingfetch.training

Fetch Dog Training is a mobile dog training guide that gives you tips and tricks to help you train your dog. The app can help you deal with behavioral issues, and there are 27 different topics that range from obedience to simple tricks to impress your friends. It’s simple to use, and it’s free to download on Google Play.

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