Welcome back to Google Play Weekly! Here are the headlines in the world of Android apps this last week:

Finally, here are five Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week!


FIFA 15 Ultimate Team android appsFIFA 15 Ultimate Team

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
First up this week is FIFA 15 Ultimate Team. This is the successor to the widely popular FIFA 14 franchise and thus has things like improved graphics, more teams, more players, and more stuff to do. It’s free to play with in app purchases but some people have had some troubles with the server early on. We’re sure that’ll get worked out eventually.
Get it on Google Play


best keyboard for Android appsFleksy Keyboard

[Price: $3.99 with in app purchases]
Fleksy Keyboard got an update this last week that gave it more language support, a new theme, and it was also released to the Amazon App Store and Samsung App Store. The update has also fixed a variety of bugs and has improved the performance of a bunch of features. It’s free to demo and $3.99 to buy if you’re interested.
Get it on Google Play


tivo android appsTiVo

[Price: Free]
The official TiVo app was updated this last week and with it came one big feature. You can stream shows you have recorded on your TiVo to your Android phone or tablet. This is a big deal because it brings TiVo into the modern age of mobility which is only a good thing. Now if they’d just do something about all those user complaints.
Get it on Google Play
tivo android apps


Cosmos browser android appsCosmos Browser (beta)

[Price: Free]
Cosmos Browser was released this last week. For those who may not know, it’s the browser everyone’s been talking about that browses the web using SMS instead of data. It’s in beta right now and it’s only available in the United States. However, we’re quite excited about this project because it has a lot of potential.
Editor’s Note: The link may or may not work. We have reports that this app was pulled from the Play Store
Get it on Google Play
cosmos browser android app


horizon android appsHorizon

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Last up is a unique application called Horizon. Using this app you can shoot horizontal video no matter how you hold your device. Pretty much everyone hates videos that are in the wrong orientation and really everyone hates vertical videos with the two black bars on the side. This app apparently fixes that problem. It has some bugs but it is free so there’s no harm in trying it out.
Get it on Google Play


Wrap up

If we missed any big app/game releases or any Android apps news that you think we should have mentioned, let us know in the comments!

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