The Best New Android Apps of the Week – June 23, 2013
If you like to stay up to date on the latest happening from around the web, today is your lucky day. Rockmelt was released last week, and it’s a great way to find awesome things on the net and share them with your friends. It’s customizable, easy to use, and it’s free to download on Google Play.
If you ever wanted to excuse yourself from an awkward situation, a cleverly timed phone call is the best way to go. Fake Me Out of Here 2 can deliver that as it will simulates a fake phone call when you shake your device. Very handy. Incrediapp’s Fake Me Out of Here 2 is free to download on Google Play.
Frozen Synapse finally came to Android last week, and while it’s in Final Beta it’s a game you’ll want ot check out if you’re turn-based strategy. Frozen Synapse lets you take control of tactical squad, and you’ll have to issue orders to take down enemies in over 55 single player missions. Throw in 5 multiplayer modes and you’ve got yourself the best mobile strategy game around. You can get Frozen Synapse as part of the Humble Bundle or pick it up for $6.99 on Google Play.
Every once in a while we come across a slick theme for a launcher, and this week it’s the Knobs Toucher Theme for GO Launcher. The knob-style controls are inspired by the Path app, and it’s one of the better Toucher themes we’ve seen. If you’d like to give it a GO, the Knobs Toucher Theme is free to download on Google Play.
Everyone loves a good photo bomb, and if you’re looking to add a little flavor to your photos we’ve got just the thing. The Kool-Aid Photobomb App lets you insert the Kool-Aid Man into your favorite pictures and you’ll be able to share them through the usual social channels. Kool-Aid Photobomb is free to download if you want to check it out.
Gameloft unleashed the next entry into its Gangstar series last week, and they took things to Vegas and threw in some MMA for good measure. It’s basically a mini version of GTA set in Vegas, and it’s just as hardcore as the other Gangstar games. It’ll set up back $6.99, but you’re getting a lot of bang for your buck.
Everyone loves music, and if you like a little wood block with your rock today’s your lucky day. The Official Fakeblock App gives you the power of wood on your favorite Android device thanks to the fine folks at Gobias Industries. If you love Arrested Development you’ll totally get it, if not you’ll probably want to skip this one. You can pick up Fakeblock for free on Google Play.