No iOS? No Drawback: 9 Scorching Android Apps from 2014

Whether or not you’re rocking the Samsung Galaxy S5, Google Nexus 6 or one other Android telephone, these 9 releases from 2014 ought to maintain you busy for awhile.

No iOS? No Problem: 9 Hot Android Apps from 2014Afterlight

Afterlight — Instagram photographs not dreamy and old style sufficient for you? Afterlight, new this yr to Android, options fifty nine filters and 128 frames to provide your pictures that particular hipster contact. ($zero.ninety nine)

Chrome Distant Desktop — Like magic, this app lets customers entry information from their desktop pc by means of their telephone or pill. (Free)

Muzei — Staring on the similar wallpaper on a regular basis might be boring. Muzei (Russian for "museum") will refresh your homescreen day-after-day with a well-known piece of artwork or a photograph out of your gallery. (Free)

BreakFree — Interact with one thing referred to as "actual life" with this app, which may mechanically reject calls, disable the Web for a set period of time, monitor smartphone utilization and advocate when individuals may want a break. (Free)

Google Match — This isn’t the primary app to trace health objectives. What makes Google Match particular is that it could possibly take knowledge from different apps — like Nike+ and Runtastic — to provide you a extra full image of how lively you’re. (Free)

No iOS? No Problem: 9 Hot Android Apps from 2014Hype Machine

Hype Machine — Get hip to what all the youngsters are listening to with Hype Machine, which finds new music from blogs all over the world and allows you to stream it. ($three.ninety nine)

Horizon — Regardless of the way you tilt your telephone’s digital camera, this app will routinely flip it right into a horizontal photograph. (Free)

SpinMe — Sorry, no snooze button right here. As an alternative, it’s a must to get up and spin round twice to show off this alarm clock. (Free)

Oyster — The "Netflix for e-books" service involves Android with entry to greater than 500,000 books for $9.ninety five a month. (Free, plus subscription)



— Keith Wagstaff
First revealed November 19 2014, 2:08 PM