We are bringing you top 5 Apps you should have on your Android smartphone for this week. We swooped into the Google Play Store and selected the 5 best Android apps that one should definitely have a look at this week.
Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
The new Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps are designed to provide more functions on small touchscreens. Microsoft released them for Android phones this week. The mobile apps are free, although Microsoft is offering more features to users with an Office 365 subscription, which starts at $70 a year. The new apps will work on older phones running the KitKat version of Android and above.
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The BBC has launched mobile apps for fans of its youth-oriented Newsbeat content service. The app brings news from around the world as well as updates on social trends, entertainment, gaming, student life and more. The Newsbeat app has been designed to be more mobile focused and more social. It features content that can be easily accessed and read with a simple swipe. All articles and materials on the subject will show up on a page when you click on the related tags. You can also share the new to your contacts on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Whatsapp.
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The Pokémon Company International (Partly owned by Nintendo) has announced the launch of Pokémon Jukebox, an Android app that lets users listen to music from their favorite Pokémon video games. Users can compile their favorite Pokemon tracks into playlists for easy listening on the go. The app contains numerous features including looping, keyword song search, custom tagging, medleys, and more
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Siegefall [by Gameloft]
Gameloft has announced the release of Siegefall on mobile devices. The base-building combat game sees players recruiting an army to take control of the land by balancing the use of gold and wood, two key resources. Not only will you need to attack other regions, you also need to defend your own kingdom while building mines, sawmills and farms within your castle to keep your kingdom’s war effort running.
Siegefall is available to download for free on the Google Play Store.
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After a month in beta, Medium has launched its native app for Android. With the app, users can create, save, and publish posts. You can also access your bookmarks, reading list, make recommendations, and highlight stories. If you’re looking for something to read in your downtime, and enjoy the content that is available on Medium, then you will enjoy this app. The app runs on KitKat 4.4 and Lollipop 5.0 & 5.1 and requires users to sign in with Facebook or Twitter.
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