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10 Best New Android Apps for August 2016
1. Pokemon Go“Remember to be alert at all times. Stay aware of your surroundings.” This is the intro message for Pokémon Go. It’s not a message to your in-game character, and it’s not a piece of lore: this is a genuine warning for you, the player. Why is it necessary? Because Pokémon Go takes you outside and into an undiscovered world full of wonder. Pokémon Go is alive.
Pokémon Go… is dangerous.
In this, already immensely popular Android title, you play as a Pokémon trainer who must travel around a map nabbing critters and battling other trainers. Instead of taking place purely in the digital Pokémon universe, Pokémon Go happens in our world.
By combining GPS and augmented reality elements, Pokémon Go plants Pokémon in real locations: and it’s up to you to get out there and “catch ‘em all”.
This is one of the first major Android titles which really takes advantage of the unique facets of smartphones as a medium. Disappointingly few games have managed to capitalize on the technology available, but Pokémon Go is a brave and successful leap in the right direction. And it looks like it’s going to be a formidable force in gaming.
2. Google ExpeditionsTrust Google to come up with one of the finest VR (virtual reality) apps made till date. Google Expeditions takes you on an immersive journey to one of the most scenic parts of the world and beyond, all you need is a VR headset. Made for educational purposes, the app allows teachers to take their students on virtual reality tours. Not only will they learn better, it’ll also leaving a lasting impression on their minds. Even if you’re not a student, Google Expeditions is a beautiful app to take you on a memorable tour across planet Earth, if not anything else. A must-have.
3.PicPicPicPic is a gif community app where you can find and download user-submitted gifs from all over the place. That experience also includes a search feature so you can find the kind of stuff you’re looking for. On top of that, there is a built-in gif camera that allows you to quickly prepare your own gifs. There is a basic editor included that isn’t overly feature rich but it does get the job for those quick jobs. It’s a good mixture of community efforts and gif creation, but those requiring more features may have to look elsewhere.
4. Allrecipes Dinner SpinnerThe venerable Allrecipes.com app has been one of the go-to cooking apps for many years. The concept is very simple. You choose a few ingredients and the app will show you recipes based on those recipes. It boasts over 11 million recipes in total, complete with recipe videos (for some), step-by-step instructions, and a simple interface. It also has a shopping list built-in so you can keep track of what you need to buy the next time you’re at the store. It’s completely free to download and use which is just icing on the cake.
5. Playbook for DevelopersPlaybook is a resource for developers to learn about the latest Android features, tips, and best practices. The information will help you develop and launch a successful Android app.
6. Vector 2In this sequel to Vector, the original free-runner from developer NEKKI, you are once more put in control of a silhouetted hero who must parkour his way out of danger in a cyberpunk future.
Production values are higher in Vector 2, but the core gameplay remains as attractive as ever. Swipe across the display to make your character jump, run and slide, while grabbing items and dodging traps.
Despite its familiarity, the game remains an engaging challenge, and the responsive controls and tight level design mean it’s always fair.
7. BitTorrent NowBitTorrent Now, from the people who made the popular torrenting software, is an app that allows you to experience music and video from underground artists youprobably haven’t heard about.
8. FringleFringle makes it easy for you to share your location with friends and family. The location sharing is private and temporary. When someone asks “where are you?”, send them a Fringle.
9. Chameleon RunA fast and responsive autorunner, Chameleon Run utilizes the color-switching mechanic so popular in mobile gaming at the minute to great effect.
The game sees you jumping across varicolored platforms, and your task is to time your jump and switch color to ensure that your character matches the color of the platform on which you land.
Generally, the levels are very short, but they’re carefully designed, offering that perfect balance that achieves ‘just one more go’ addictiveness.
10. FluentyFluenty saves you time by predicting how you will respond to messages. All you have to do is choose the suggestion that best fits and send it off.
Fluenty uses an AI engine to suggest responses to messages. It works with popular messenger apps like Facebook Messenger, Hangouts, WhatsApp, KakoaTalk, and SMS. Fluenty intercepts the message and replaces it with a new heads-up notification. The notification has an option for “Smart Reply.” Tapping Smart Reply will bring up a list of suggested responses. Simply tap one to reply.
Most of the time, Fluenty’s suggestions are good. You can sign in with Google or Facebook, which helps Fluenty get to know how you talk. If none of the responses seem appropriate, you can tap the “Reply” button and type out a response the old fashioned way. Even that saves time because you don’t have to open the messenger app.
Fluenty can also save your most frequently used responses so you’re not typing them over and over again. The app is completely free and without ads or in-app purchases.