The n7player is a new music player for Android that will let you listen to tunes in style. The app has a super-slick 3D interface that will WOW you, and it’s a breeze to use as it makes finding your favorite tunes easy while you’re on the go.
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There are more Android apps based on photo editing/drawing that you can shake a stick at, and we just added one more to the list with Live Graffiti from Live Typing Studios. This handy little app has amassed over 7 million downloads on Mother Russia’s social network VK.com, and is now set to take on the states along with the rest of the world as it’s now available for Android.
It never ceases to amaze me how many times companies can make the same kind of Android app, but still manage to make it different and stand out. Such is the case with a new Photo editing app Pix: Pixel Mixer from colonO. It may have a lot of the same functions as other older apps, but it manages to make photo filters fun and it’s a breeze to use.
Do you shop online a lot? If so you’re probably familiar with how big of a pain it is to track packages. A new Android app called Slice – Shopping Organized is set to change that as it allows you organize and track all your shipments right from your phone.
Soc.io eReader is a new Android app from GigaMarket that works to make reading a comfortable experience on your Android device. Anyone who owns a iDevice or Kindle Fire knows how nice a good e-library can be, and the Soc.io eReader attempts to bring those good looks and ease of use to the masses.
Kids Musical Challenges is a new Android app from Mediamachina Studio that can help your child developer their musical skills. This is done through a series of fun games that can teach your children the sounds & shapes of various instruments.
I’ve been reading Cracked magazine since the mid 80’s and as a fan I was thrilled to find the official Cracked Reader Lite Android App in the market last week. Will the app solve world hunger or help you do your taxes? Nope, but most of their articles will leave you in stitches and put a smile on your face for the better part of the day.
One of the reasons I’ve always loved the Android market compared to iTunes is the fact that you never quite know what you’re going to come across. Such is the case with an odd new Android game/app called Sim Stone from Sugart.
Tote Notes is a new Android app that’s set to change the way to take notes with it’s simple and intuitive interface. Need to scribble something quickly? Don’t have a stylus? No problem, all you need to operate Tote Notes is your finger and your voice.
Are you a shutterbug? If so, there’s a new Android App you may want to check out called Photo 360° from Sfera and AMA Ltd. As the title implies Photo 360° allows you to take panoramic photos which might not sound all that impressive until you consider the fact that the app allows you to do panoramic pictures and audio in one fell swoop.
As the Major League Baseball season is less than a month away, the first baseball apps of the year are slowly starting to arrive. While there’s no Yahoo Fantasy Baseball app yet, we did get a nice official app in the form of MLB.com At Bat 12. If you’re a baseball fan or a subscriber to MLB.TV you’ll definitely want to check this little Android app out.
Pick Pic Camera is a new Android App from Sony DNA that lets you shoot and pick the best pictures from the past or future. Is it a new fangled time machine of some sort? Sadly no, but it is a slick Camera app that lets you pick the perfect pic every time…
Want better insight to your Google checkout & App sales? If so we have just the thing for you as Sales Analytics is a new Android App from AppsBlogger.com that lets you use graphs, charts, and ordering reports to analyze data.
Magic. It’s pretty useful stuff as it can allow you to do things like cast spells, mix potions and even play a little Quidditch if you’ve got the right broom. Magic can also be used in Android Apps like the new one called CloudMagic that lets you find stuff in seconds from your desktop or mobile device.