This is our new weekly free apps of the week. We’ll be briefly reviewing the best free apps we found during the week of February 24 through March 2.
While trading card games aren’t for everyone, there are mobile gamers out there that enjoy the genre. With that in mind, Gameloft recently released Dragon Summoner, a trading card game with animated battle scenes and over 200 cards to collect.
Hindi Input lets you type into English, using the standard Latin alphabet, and the app will automatically transliterate your words into Devanagari.
Google has started offering paid apps through its Google Play store in Taiwan once again after 20 months of battling with the Taiwanese government.
Electronic Art’s Real Racing 3 is finally here via the Play Store, at least for international Android users. The North American listing doesn’t work just yet, but with EA freemium approach for the game, you might not be missing much.
Falcon Pro is back on Google Play at non-outrageous price of a little less than $2. The updated app resets the Twitter ID tokens to filter out those who barely use it.
The new Google Settings app works as a master settings menu for the standard Google applications, Google+, Maps, Latitude, and search history. Finally putting all these settings in one easy to find place.
If you’re looking to venture beyond using the filters that Instagram has to offer, you’ll be thrilled to hear that Photoshop Touch, Adobe’s photo-editing app that was released for Android tablets in November 2011, is now also available for smartphones.
NVIDIA has listed a total of five new TegraZone games ahead of their official release as the first set of titles that have been optimized for the Tegra 4.
Android developers have taken Google+ integration one step further in Google Play Services with “Google+ Sign-in,” that let’s you sign into an Android app with your Google credentials, allowing for an even better experience.