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5 Android apps you shouldn't miss this week! - Android Apps Weekly
Welcome back to another episode of Android Apps Weekly! Here are your headlines for this week:
- Cyanogen has announced that they will begin using Boxer as their default email app.
- PlayStation Mobile is shutting the doors for good. Goodbye PlayStation Mobile, you had a rather underwhelming run.
- Amazon is tossing a $25,000 contest. How do you enter? By downloading just one application from the Amazon Appstore.
- An application is under development from Google called Interactive Events. Unfortunately, it doesn’t do anything yet.
- Pocket Casts, one of the best podcast apps ever, received a huge Material Design overhaul.
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Android System Webview is an app powered by Chrome that allows other apps to display web content. If you’re running Lollipop, this has already been installed on your device but now it’s officially in the Play Store so it can be updated. There’s really not much to do on your part. It’s already there and now it’s in the Play Store.
[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Blood & Glory: Immortals is an action RPG out of GLU Mobile where you play as one of three heroes that take on the armies of Zeus, Hades, and Ares. It features decent graphics, plenty of game play, and you can create your own guilds. It’s free to play so it costs nothing to check out.
Corgi for Feedly is a free lock screen replacement app that brings you news stories from your Feedly feed straight to your lock screen. It has a colorful, fun design and it works fairly well. It is a newer app which means it has newer app problems, but it’s totally free so it’s worth a shot.
Street Art watch face is a new Android Wear watch face and it’s the first that’s been released by Google. It features some colorful, fun visuals along with an analog, minimal, and digital option. There aren’t a lot of customization features but it’s a nice addition to the watch face collection. Especially if you like urban scenes.
Five Nights at Freddy’s 1 and 2 were huge hits in 2014 and we imagine that the third iteration will be a big hit in 2015. The game play is a lot of the same kind of stuff with some new game play elements mixed in. There are even multiple endings that you can try to go for. It’s $2.99 with no in app purchases.
If we missed any great news, let us know in the comments!