Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about free cloud storage, a well designed horror game, Xposed Framework, and more Android apps news!
Google is rolling out lane guidance to their Google Maps navigation for 15 new countries. The new additions will help you navigate much of Europe, alphabetically from Austria to Switzerland.
In the update to version 5.2, Fleksy Keyboard is receiving two new keyboard extensions. As a Valentine’s Day treat, users can also download a free keyboard theme on the 14th.
Today’s bundle would cost you $140 if you bought each app by its own, and includes games, music apps, fitness apps, productivity apps, utilities and more. It’s definitely worth a look.
Microsoft has just confirmed the acquisition of Sunrise Calendar in a YouTube video interview with the calendar’s co-founder, Pierre Valade.
Nokia has just announced a new update to HERE Maps that brings multiple worldwide improvements to both Android and Windows Phone apps.
After launching on the Xbox, PS3, PC and iOS a few years ago, Limbo has finally made its way to the Google Play Store. And don’t worry, the frightening 2D-scroller is just as scary as its console counterparts.
Just because you can’t afford paid games doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have fun. Let’s look at the best free Android games with no in app purchases.
ScreenPop, a new app from Locket, lets you send picture messages directly to your friends’ lock screens.
Flipboard, the popular news aggregator, has just announced Flipboard for the Web, allowing you to view all of your news and stories from the desktop.