Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! In this week’s episode, we talk about a few fun new games with no in-app purchases, Facebook, Amazon, and more!
For the first time ever, all six Star Wars movies are making their way to the digital arena, though Google Play, Amazon, and several other online services.
Chainfire has released a beta build of his upcoming FlashFire flashing tool for Android devices, which he calls the “spiritual successor” to Mobile ODIN.
For a limited time, you can pick up the first episode of Game of Thrones on the Amazon Appstore for free. Upon downloading the game, you’ll also receive 25% off the in-game season pass during this awesome promotion.
Snapseed, one of our favorite photo editing apps, has just received a big update to version 2.0. The much-needed update brings multiple new effects, tools, filter options and non-destructive editing to the app.
Dunkin’ Donuts and Seamless have added support for Google Wallet, allowing the checkout process at these retailers to go by much more quickly.
CyanogenMod is a popular ROM and one of the big reasons if for the themes. In this roundup, we’ll look at the best CyanogenMod themes (by develoeper).
Adventures of Poco Eco has just made its way to Android. Priced at just under $2, you’ll get an awesome gameplay experience and a free download of Iamyank’s new LP, Lost Sounds.
Due to a large amount of consumer feedback, Google is bringing back month view to its Calendar app.
Facebook owns three of the four Android apps with the highest regular user retention rates, according to research, while BlackBerry Messenger ranks second.