Editor’s Picks: 15 Android apps and games you should know (December 20)
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.
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Take your standard photos, add a filter, toss in some stickers, and then put a frame around it. Once you’re done with that, share it across social media platforms or back it up to Google Drive. You can even create your own memes for inside jokes with friends. Earn rewards for great shots and show off those badges.
Take the all time classic game of Tic-Tac-Toe and expand it to nine boards. Instead of going for three in a row, you’ll be fighting over three boards in a row. In a twist, you get to dictate where your opponent moves next. Log in with Facebook account or play as a guest and then take on friends and random players. Turn-based game (of course) that ranks you globally with stats and profiles. Start multiple games at once and keep busy!
Lovely Rentals – Houses & Apts
Looking for a place to rent or buy? Check out this new app which lets users search nearby listings, set up notifications, and even connect with landlords. As clean as it is intuitive, gives you plenty of power and capability and keeps you from wasting valuable time. Learn which listings are the newest and get an edge over everyone else.
One of our favorite ways to personalize our smartphones, this one looks incredible in its new 4.0 release. Search and discover ringtones, wallpapers, notification sounds, live wallpapers, and even games. Smarter and sexier than ever before, it’s a name we trust and app that delivers.
Origami Live Wallpaper
One of the sharpest looking live wallpapers we’ve come across in the last few months, it can be as subtle or in your face as you’d like. With more than five dozen customization options and fifteen themes it’s an endless way to jazz up your desktop. Looks great no matter what launcher or icons you’ve got installed.
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