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The best new Android apps of January 2014
First up is Bad Hotel. In this fun little time waster you must build a hotel that can sustain damage from all of the terrible things that are trying to destroy it. You essentially start
If you want something a little more heavy, Deus Ex: The Fall is a good option. It features a full 3D graphics experience. In this game you can choose what genre you play. You can either do
Farm Heroes Saga is essentially Candy Crush Saga with a new skin. Instead of dealing with candy, you’re dealing with fruits and vegetables. Otherwise the essential premise remains the same.
Final Fantasy 6 was released in January to mixed reactions. Some people think the game needed more work and that the new graphics weren’t enough. Other people didn’t care and picked it up for nostalgia value alone. It’s very expensive at $16
Jelly is a brand new social network from one of the same minds that brought us Twitter. In this network you take pictures of things, ask questions about it, and other people answer if they know. The
Privatext was released in response to that ridiculously stupid security issue with Snapchat. In Privatext, the interface takes you back to 1990 which is kind of lame but the app itself works perfectly fine. With this you get a totally private messaging service where your messages self-destruct after a
We talked about Recollect a few weeks ago and for good reason. It’s a brand new app that helps remind you of things you need to do. Using it is very simple. You define your home, office, grocery store, etc, then you create tasks that you
Small fry is an infinite runner that takes place in the ocean, in the air, and in space. This surprisingly addictive game took up more of my time that I’m willing to admit to because it’s simple, quick, and fun. You play as a fish, you tap
If you’ve got a question, chances are that Stack Exchange has the answer or, if they do not, people who use Stack Exchange know the answer. Now they have an official app and it works really well. Using it you can browse any of one of their bajillion subsidiaries and
We reviewed Talon for Twitter and at the end of this video, we’ll provide a link to that. Talon is a dark-themed Twitter app that costs $2 and all things considered, it’s a solid Twitter app. You get a few fun features like live streaming support and Talon Pull plus there is also a
We also reviewed Udemy and since this blogger has a penchant for educational apps, it’s highly recommended that you go watch it! Using this app you can view and enroll in classes that teach you anything from 3D modeling to programming, and even stuff like
If there’s an awesome app that came out in January and you think it should’ve made the list, feel free to leave a comment and tell us all about it. Also, don’t forget to check back next month for our best Android apps for February.