It’s a hectic week down here at Android Authority, and we bet we’re not the only ones bustling about making the world a bit better, byte by byte. In fact, Android app developers are working 24/7 around the world to provide us with new and fresh Android apps.
In this second week of October, we handpicked some from this week’s batch of new and fresh Android apps on the Google Play Store. We found these apps useful, interesting, or entertaining, and we hope you feel the same way. In this post, get to know about an app for
End your week by checking out these apps, and then let us know what you think of them.
If you want to teach your kids proper English grammar without boring them, try Grammar App by Tap To Learn. Developed by TapToLearn, this app will help your kids learn the different parts of speech, proper use of punctuations, basic grammar, and writing rules. The app also has a Video tab that allows you to watch video grammar tutorial. This tab will need an Internet connection because you will be directed to the app’s YouTube app. Aside from teaching grammar, the app also allows you to take tests and measure your grammar skills.
Get Grammar App by Tap to Learn for free and ad-free from the Google Play Store.
Laughter is the best medicine. The developers at i-Entertain believes so, too. That is why they created the app i-Entertain to make your heart laugh. This app compiles various pictures of memes and epic fail pictures in one app. You will be able to see cute animals, people doing funny stuff, and a lot more pictures with memes. Aside from funny pictures, the app will also add to your knowledge by providing cool and interesting “do-you-know” facts. An Internet connection is needed to use the app, which you can get for free and without ads from the Google Play Store.
There are substances or creatures that cannot be seen through the naked eyes. We use the microscope to see them. Thanks to the Online Science Classroom, you can now see these tiny objects without the need of a microscope. Science – Microcosm 3D allows you to see 3D images of cells, viruses, and other organisms that cannot be seen by the naked eye. All you need to do is to swipe to the desired measurement and the 3D model of that same dimension will appear on the screen. You can also tap the More button to get more information about that image. The free but limited version of the app is available on the Google Play Store.
Having a hard time with verbs? Use eggdeng’s PhrasalVerbWorkout to sharpen your knowledge of English verbs. The app has a large database of verbs, which you can use to study and learn the proper use of verbs. Once you get familiar with the verbs, you can test your skills by performing workout sets requiring you to supply the right verbs to the given sentences. Start your phrasal verb training (and undisturbed by ads) by buying PhrasalVerbWorkout for about US$4.00 from the Google Play Store.
If you and your oven are inseparable, you’re probably a bake-a-holic. The devs at Beeconomics also love to bake, and they’ve released The Baker App for everyone who loves to bake. This simple app allows you to save your recipes and ingredients right on your Android device. No need for you to keep your recipes on cards stored in a box. You can also monitor and keep track of your ingredients within the app. The app also allows you to buy recipes from famous bakers. Enjoy the ad-free and free The Baker App from the Google Play Store.
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Non-holo app=Ugly app
Yeah especially when the interface is so similar to iOS.