It seems like hundreds of new Android apps pop up every week, but which ones should you bother trying? We explored the App Store and found some apps actually worth downloading.
Truemessenger [By TrueCaller]
True caller launched its True messenger application for Android phones, this week. This is an SMS replacement apps that does not allow spam messages to enter into the mobile phone. The new app enables the users to check their message inboxes like an ordinary messenger app in a new interface with the sender’s name and a profile photo.
The main feature of the app is that it displays the name and relevant profile image, stored in the company’s database for the unsaved contact numbers also. the new messenger is featured to split the ‘earlier inbox’ to INBOX and SPAM, provided a button at the bottom to switch between.
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Star Wars[By Disney]
Disney has just announced the release of the official Star Wars application for Android devices. With this app, Star Wars fans will receive instant notifications on major announcement, including trailer releases and other movie news. You will also be able to take and share Star Wars “selfie” in various iconic costumes and settings, including Jedi, Princess Leia, Han Solo, and more.
The application also offers Star Wars-themed weather and five-day forecasts, featuring original art and parallax effects of in-universe planets and locales.
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Halo Channel [By Microsoft]
Ahead of Halo 5: Guardians’ release later this year, Microsoft has released a version of the Halo Channel news and information app for Android devices. The app was first launched on Xbox One and Windows 8 PCs & tablets last year.
With this app you can experience original Halo programming, community-created content and the ability to access background information about the Halo universe and story through a personalised digital network. Microsoft has also announced that everyone who watches a video (just one) in the Halo Channel app will receive a “Promotional REQ Pack” for Halo 5. This includes a “special emblem” for the upcoming game.
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Super Awesome Quest
Super Awesome Quest is a level-based adventure game, which allows players to choose from two starting heroes (a paladin or valkyrie), and head into battle against dragons, the undead and more. In each battle, players are presented with a board filled with tiles, and can tap on a specific tile, or chain of titles, to activate their associated attack or action.
New playable characters and upgradeable pets can be unlocked as players go through the story. There are dozens of enemy types to battle with by flipping tokens to attack. Through the game’s in-depth crafting system, players can make their own epic gear and personalize their heroes with hundreds of customization options.
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Fish Crackers and BulkyPix have just announced the immediate availability of their new mobile game Yurei Ninja. The game takes the endless runner genre to the next level by bringing a thrilling new layer of agile combat action to the classic swiping and dodging mechanics. It is set in an environment that’s directly inspired from popular ninja video games of the past.
In Yurei Ninja, players take the role of Yurei, a ninja who seeks revenge on his diabolical former master: The Samurai King. Just like in every other endless running, in order to reach your former master for the ultimate encounter, players will have to avoid deadly traps while defeating bloodthirsty hordes of enemies and epic bosses. They can do that by simple taps on the screen.
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