AppGratis takes the top spot in our Best New Android Apps of the week list, and with good reason – it gives people a free Android App every day. AppGratis offers up one free app per day along with deep discounts of up to 90% off. You can read a bit more about AppGratis here or pick it up for free on Google Play.
Solo Launcher is a new Android launcher that lets you customize your device’s looks as you see fit. It’s easy to set up and has complex gesture support to go along with 258 personalized settings. Solo Launcher is free to download on Google Play.
If you’ve got a tablet, and are looking for a great handwriting app, MyScript Notes is a good way to go. It lets you create an unlimited number of notebooks where you can draw and takes notes, and all the usual social feature are integrated into the app as well. It’s easily one of the best apps of its kind, but it comes with a hefty price tag of $7.94. Vision Objects MyScript Notes Mobile is available to download on Google Play.
If you watch the UFC, you know who Bruce Buffer is, and can appreciate this app. The Bruce Buffer It’s Time app brings Bruce to your favorite Android device along with 150 sayings that are perfect for any occasion. There’s even a “Spin the Buffer” game… good stuff. If you want to give it a go, you can pick up Mobotory21’s Bruce Buffer It’s Time for $0.99 on Google Play.
If you’re looking to do some quick editing while you’re on the go Photo Editor Studio may be a good choice for you. It allows you to quickly adjust aspects of your image and gives you several different types of filters to apply. There’s a free, ad-supported version you can check out, and if you like what you see the Pro version can be yours for $1.49.
There are thousands of workout apps on Google Play, but sometimes you just need something simple to get a quick workout in. 7min Full Workout can do that by giving you 12 exercises to do in 7 minutes. The app comes with a timer and a log as well so you’ve got everything you need to get fit while you’re on the go. You can pick up Manatlan’s 7min Full Workout for free on Google Play.
The Color Blindness Test does as advertised and checks to see if you’re color blind. It’s based on the Ishihara Color Test that checks for red-green color deficiencies, and it’s free to download with no funky permissions or filler.
This one’s not for everyone, but if you have a Galaxy S4 you may want to check it out. Ambient calculates the temperature, humidity, and pressure using your devices sensors. Ambient is free to download, and ad-free, but there’s a donate button if you like the app.