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Top New Android Apps of the Week – March 10, 2013

by On March 10, 2013

It’s Sunday and we’re back with our picks for the Top New Android Apps from the past week. Last week was probably the slowest week for “good” new apps that we’ve seen in quite some time, but we still managed to find 7 new apps that we hope you’ll enjoy.


1. SuperBeam

SuperBeam is a new file sharing app that makes use of those fancy NFC features available on some phones. Basically the app helps you send big files to another device via NFC using your WiFi network. I tried this one out last week and it worked like a charm on a file I had issues sending normally via NFC, WiFi, etc… It’s a cool little app, and it’s free to checkout.


2. Credit Karma Mobile

If you’re concerned about your credit Credit Karma Mobile is an app you may want to check out. The app allows you to keep an eye on your credit while your one the go, and it’s packed full of handy features like notifications and credit report cards that show what’s influencing your credit score. You will have to have an account to make use of the app, but it’s free to get started. You can pick up Credit Karma Mobile for free on Google Play.


3. Sharpee – Powered By Behance

If you’re the creative type Sharpee lets you take your portfolio with you wherever you go. Using the Behance network you’ll be able to show of your work, explore other peoples projects, and download cool images straight to your device. It looks to be a good way to show of your work and network with other creative people. Sharpee is free to download on Google Play.


4. Tweegram

Tweegram is a new Android app that lets you create and share text and images across your favorite social networks. There are more than 100 styles to choose from, and you can adjust and color up your text anyway you choose. It looks to be a good app to check out if you’re socially active, and you can pick it up for free on Google Play.



5. GO App Uninstaller

If you’re looking for an uninstaller app the GO Launcher Dev team released their official uninstaller app last week. It works with any device and lets you uninstall any app on your device including system apps “if” you have Root access. It’s simple to use, had a very handy batch function for multiple uninstalls, and it’s free to download.


6. Yobi

Yobi is an interesting app that shows you what’s going on around you by using your location and social media. You’ll get to see Foursquare check-ins, Facebook Posts, and Tweets from random people and friends depending on your location. You’ll probably want to be in a major city to make good use of this one, but it’s free to download if you want to give it a run.


7. Hilti Screw Selector

This one’s definitely not for everybody. The Hilti Screw Selector will help you find the right screw for the job by giving you quick access to a database where you can search for Hilti screws and fasteners. I worked construction and did remodeling in a previous life, and can’t tell you how handy it would have been to have an app like this. The Hilti Screw Selector is free to download on Google Play.

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