10 Best Android Apps & Games Reviewed by Expert Reviewers at AndroidTapp.com [Week 33 Recap]
Aug 21, 2011 8:14 AM –
10 of the best Android apps & games our expert review ninjas evaluated just this week for the consumption on your Android! Be sure to catch up on top Android news, like the Google-Motorola bombshell, you may have missed plus check out Amazon’s free app of the day calendar. We’ve included convenient one-click tools below to easily download or buy these top app picks:
Best Android apps reviewed August 14, 2011 – August 20, 2011. Check out the last weeks best Android apps reviewed…
Meganoid. Save the world from evil invaders in this rendition of a classic 8bit graphics inspired platformer game for Android. Collect diamonds and be sure to check out all the hidden places to unlock extra achievements.
English – Thai Dictionary
Ectaco: English – Thai Dictionary. The largest and most expansive bi-directional dictionaries on Android phones! A book weighing 5 pounds won’t have as many words as this dictionary. No need for an Internet connection or 3G – the entire app comes pre-loaded with everything you need for studying, traveling, or anything on the go.
Falling Fred is a darkly comic action game which puts the player in control of the falling body of the games’ protagonist Fred. Avoid all manner of insidious obstacles to fall as far as possible. At the risk of extreme mutilation, dismemberment, decapitation and other serious injuries Fred has a lot to lose in his descent. There are also a host of other characters in the game which provide some great tongue in cheek celebrity humor too.
Streamzoo is a fully featured, photo-and-video-sharing social network that comes with photo enhancement functionality and a growing number of interactive users. Seemingly sat at the busy crossroads of Facebook, Twitter and Flickr; Streamzoo- much like picplz, harnesses some of the finer elements of these social networks into a highly promising application.
HowStuffWorks is the superb app from HowStuffWorks.com, the huge online resource of articles, blogs, videos and podcasts that provide a huge array of fascinating information. There really is a wide range of content available through the app. I haven’t counted precisely but the blurb boasts a colossal 30,000 or more items available through the app. It features sections dedicated to various parts of the website and each section contributes a wealth of articles to the app. Easy to use and navigate, this is the kind of app that can make learning new things genuinely invigorating and fun.
Destroy Gunners is the ambitions 3D shoot ‘em up from Shade Inc. You take control of a hunking great mech and proceed the blow the smithereens out of everything you encounter. As you might expect, there are stages, missions, various weapons, upgrades, bosses, and lots of destruction. Your Android is going to get very warm in your hands…
Paper Camera is a fantastic little photography application for adding cool filters to your photos. While this is nothing new, Paper Camera does this in real time, so when you look through your Android’s view finder, you can immediately see the effects in action, before you take the photograph.
MySettings is a superb and comprehensive settings application that provides a bright, clear interface and interactive toggles. While on the outside it looks like a functional although basic toggle interface, there are lots of extra options and information available. Obviously most of this information is available on your phone anyway should you search for it, but it draws all these resources together into a little app that packs quite a punch.
My Country is a vast simulation game that essentially puts you in charge of your own country. From the makers of the successful Paradise Island, My Country allows you to build up your very own land, full of buildings, people, taxi companies and loads more! If you’re a fan of games like Cityville and Farmville, this could well have a special place on your Android.
Basketball Trick Shots
Basketball Trick Shots. Are you tired of similar basketball games where all you have to do is to adjust trajectory path and shoot as many balls as possible? Basketball Trick Shots brings original and unique concept to mobile sports gaming. Simply touch the screen and drag the ball to set power and direction of your shot, but that’s not all. It is not only about scoring – you earn points for performing different tricks before you score and there’s plenty to choose from: shoot with you eyes closed, off the wall, bounce, off the backboard, inside out, moonshot, swoosh, etc.
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