Editor’s Picks: 15 Android apps and games worth knowing (December 7)
The Editor’s Picks, formerly known as APPTEASERS, is a collection of apps and games that are new to Android, recently updated, discounted, etc. Whatever the case, we think they’re worth exploring and are willing to bet that many of you would enjoy a few of them.
We understand that we won’t get every single app that crosses our path but we hope to filter things a bit and pass them along to you, dear reader. What you’ll find below is a quick plug for apps and games, occasionally using the developer’s own words to describe the title.
Note that this column is not intended to be a list of “must have” apps but more of a random assortment of titles you might not already know about. No, these are not always new titles. Yes, they can be from big name developers and little indie teams as well.
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Looking to spice up the camera experience on your Android smartphone? Consider this recently released app which features a slew of customizations and user-defined tweaks. You’ll find the requisite tools and settings as well as some in-app purchases to spruce things up even more.
A different look at your same old social media timeline, this one delivers “the best 21″ tweets from the last 600 on your feed. It’s a little pastel, a little HOLO, and lot better way to cut through the noise that comes with following so many people.
A Charlie Brown Christmas
Help Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the rest of the Peanuts gang as they try to figure out the true meaning of Christmas. Features narration by Peter Robbins, the original voice of Charlie Brown, as well as digitally remastered animations, illustrations, and music. Yes, you get to decorate your own Charlie Brown Christmas tree!
Double Dragon Trilogy
Get your 80’s fix with this official port of the three titles in the series: Double Dragon, Double Dragon 2: The Revenge, and Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone. Everything you remember is here, plus some new stuff like achievements, levels, leaderboards, and a new soundtrack! Score all three for a fraction of their original costs.
One of our favorite ways to read long articles, this app just gets better with each update. The most recent version (5.1) lets us tag our items or share them with others without having to go into the app itself. A wonderful app, complemented by Chrome extensions and apps, flows seamlessly across devices.
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