A lot of apps are released in the span of one month. It can be near impossible to keep track of them all. In order to help you find only the best apps that have been released in the last month, we have assembled this list. Below you will find the best apps from the past month. Check it out and see what apps you missed!
New Android Apps
Google showed off AR Stickers as one of the fun new features being introduced on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL back during their October product event. They finally rolled out to the camera. All you have to do is swipe open the menu, select AR stickers, and drop the items in the real world.
Grammarly is a popular web extension that adds more advanced spell checking and grammar correction. They released a keyboard for Android that brings many of the same features to your phone. It’s great at catching grammar mistakes in text messages and emails.
If you or your kid is a big fan of LEGO properties, you need this app. LEGO TV allows you to watch LEGO movies in both online and offline mode. You can download your favorite LEGO movies to your device and watch them whenever you like.
Linkfy is an app for saving, copying, and sharing links. Every link on your phone can be in one spot. You only need install the app and then it will be another tool on your phone.
One of the new features of the Pixel 2 phones is called “Now Playing.” The feature allows the phone to listen to music in the background and display the song information on the lock screen and notifications. There’s no way to see a history of this, but Now Play History does it for you.
Outings is a Microsoft app for searching travel stories about beautiful places from travel blogs and other places. Whatever you’re interested in searching for, outdoor adventures, historical sites, city life, kid-friendly activities, beautiful vistas, or the hidden gems.
PK Fitness is an effort based activity tracker. A simple, easy to use workout journal and social network that helps you stay on track with your fitness goals. Use PK Fitness to track your own fitness journey, join challenges as well as to connect with others with similar interests.
Selfissimo! uses experimental research technology from Google to capture photos automatically each time you pose, encouraging you to capture your best self. Selfissimo! snaps a photo each time you stop moving. Change poses or move the phone a little to retrigger.
Storyboard transforms your videos into comics. It selects, lays out, and stylizes video frames using experimental research technology from Google that runs entirely on your device.
The Walk is a fitness app that gamifies your everyday walks. A bomb explodes in Inverness station, and you’re given a package that could save the world. To stay alive, you’ll need to walk the length of the UK. It’s a way to turn walking into a journey, a challenge, and a rip-roaring adventure.
Underburn is an app that dynamically adjusts the screen brightness based on what’s showing on your screen. So if you open a bright white app it will automatically turn down the screen brightness, and vice versa. Never worry about burning your eyes when you open an app at night.
Weekly App Roundups
Best of the Best
The Google Play Store has hundreds of thousands of apps to choose from. This list only scratches the surface. We’ve published numerous Best Android Apps lists for everything from dating to education. Check out the lists below to explore even more!
December 30, 2017 at 04:11AM