5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

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Welcome to the 197th edition of Android Apps Weekly. Here are your headlines from this week:

  • Google announced some changes to Google Play this week. Starting June 30th, Android 2.1 and lower will no longer have Android Market support. This will have two immediately impacts. For starters, developers no longer need to support anything lower than Android 2.2. Secondly, those rocking wicked old phones will no longer have access to apps and games from Google. That’s only about 0.8% of Android phones. Still, it’s something Google doesn’t do very often.
  • Instagram revealed that Instagram Stories has more than 250 million daily users. That’s impressive in its own right. However, the bigger story is that it makes it bigger than Snapchat. In a rare sighting, the copycat has become more popular than the original. That puts Snapchat back in the role of the underdog. The company also announced that 700 million people actively use Instagram.
  • Google announced a new job search tool at Google I/O. It went live this week. Job seekers can simply ask Google for jobs near them. Google Search will then show them available jobs. Google can also deliver alerts for new jobs that matches job seeker requirements. It’s a bit basic right now. However, this is likely going to be one of the most popular tools for job seekers very soon.
  • The latest Humble Mobile Bundle is out! The theme for this one is rogue-like games. You can $1 and get three games, pay $5 and get six games, or pay the average and get every game in the bundle. Some of the titles include Road Not Taken, bit Dungeon I and II, and Heroes of Loot 2. The asking cost for all nine games is $40. That makes this a good deal. Plus, you’ll be helping charity!
  • SEGA announced a new game this week. The purpose is to bring a bunch of classic arcade games to Android. Sega Forever will include titles like Sonic, Phantasy Star II, Comix Zone, Altered Beast, and others. It’ll be free to download and play with ads. You can remove the ads with a $1.99 in-app purchase. Sega also promised to release more games for the service after its June 22nd launch. Many of the titles, including Sonic, Phantasy Star II, Kid Chameleon, and others are on Google Play.

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Wrappup Smart Voice Recorder

Price: Free
Wrappup Smart Voice Recorder is a decent little voice recorder. It does the basic stuff like record things. You can also upload it to cloud storage, share them, and record in high quality. It also has a nifty little bookmark system. You can start and stop markers during important parts of the recording for quick access later. The app also lets you search after it has processed the audio. It’s mainly for business or academic use. However, we can lots of people using something like this. It’s in beta. That means there are bugs. It’s also currently free to download with no in-app purchases.
Wrappup Smart Voice Recorder

Arkanoid vs Space Invaders

Price: $3.99
Arkanoid vs Space Invaders is a mashup game. Arkanoid is the game where you bounce a ball up into objects to destroy them. Space Invaders lets you shoot up at bad guys that are slowly descending upon you. This game has both of those things. Your goal will be to destroy the invaders. They fire bullets at you and you reflect them back to destroy them. It also features 20 different powers, boss fights, 40 unlockable characters, and a hard mode. It costs $3.99 but has no in-app purchases.


Price: Free / Up to $99.99
CineTrack is an app for movie buffs. It sources movie information from places like IMDB, Rotten Tomatoes, and Metacritic. You can use the app to keep track of movies you’ve seen and movies you want to see. Additionally, it’ll alert you to upcoming releases, recommend ones based on your tastes, device syncing, and even offline browsing. You can get a few features for free. Paying for the premium version nets you all of the features. The app does this in a unique way. You can pay between $2.99 and $9.99 for one person. You also have options to pay much more to get your own pro version along with promo codes to share with your friends. That’s kind of a neat way to do it.

Run or Die

Price: $0.99
Run or Die is a 2D runner. It’s also a very rare infinite runner with a single price tag. Your goal will be to run and jump through various obstacles in urban environments. It features 170 maps, five abilities, an endless runner mode, daily events, a training mode, and even a challenge mode. It does a good job of taking a single premise and giving you many different ways to play through it. The game will cost you $0.99 but it also has no in-app purchases.

Firefox Focus

Price: Free
Firefox Focus is a new privacy browser on Android. It’s actually a fairly basic browser. It’ll get you where you need to go and do what you need to do. What makes it stand out are its privacy features. It can block most ads, ad trackers, and even analytics trackers. Additionally, it has the nifty ability to delete your entire browser history with the push of one always-available button. You can pair this with a VPN service and no one will have any idea what you’re doing online. It’s a free download with no in-app purchases.
Firefox Focus

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If we missed any big Android apps or games news, tell us about it in the comments. Thank you for reading, check back next week for more Android apps and games news!

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