Editor’s Picks: 15 Android apps and games that you should know (June 27)
You’ve arrived at the latest installment of our Editor’s Picks! Here we take some time to dig through the multitudes of apps and games available in the Google PlayStore only to bring you 15 of the best! These are apps and games that we find to be the most fun/useful/etc, and will make for a great edition to your Android smartphone or tablet.
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Much like the Moto X’s “trusted Bluetooth devices”, SkipLock lets you bypass your lock screen when connected to one of your devices. Whether you’re leaving your house with your Pebble or coming home and connecting to Wifi, SkipLock will automatically remove your password on your phone.
You would almost think that an app like this should come standard on all Android phones, however, since it doesn’t there’s SkipLock.
If you buy a lot of apps via Google Play Store, this could be a very useful app for you. It can be quite handy if you don’t want to lose track of all of your purchases, or if you would like to keep them all in one place.
The app is relatively straightforward as well. You fire it up, choose an account/e-mail you’d like to get the list from (if you use more than one) and the app will generate a list of all of your purchased apps. Think of it as your purchase history.
Love to see bands or musical artists live but don’t get out all that often? Maybe you’re a responsible adult and you’ve got bills and obligations to worry about. Fear not! You can still check out live shows in both audio and video format with this free application. You’ll have access to an ever-growing library of shows that can be played online or offline as well as the ability to create playlists of individual songs. Sync up between devices and ensure you don’t miss another event.
Mightytext is a service that allows you to send and receive texts right from your computer! Gone are those missed text messages because you were too busy working. You won’t miss another one because they are displayed right on your computer! It also has an auto backup feature for your photos and videos as well as send you battery notifications to your computer.
Mightytext enables you to stay updated with what is happening while you work away! It works well with any messaging app and is easy to set up through your Google account.
Healow is vital in keeping you in touch with your doctor. No more waiting to get a call from a front desk personnel, instead you get the test results on the app along with doctors notes. Healow allows you to look into your meds cabinet as well, letting you set reminders to take medications prescribed by your doctor.
Another great feature is the alerts for your next appointment and a QR code for checking in. This app makes going to and communicating with your doctors office so much simpler. The app is pin locked also so not just anyone using your phone can view your private medical history. This app is a must for any doctors office and should be used universally unfortunately it is not in widespread use yet.
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