5 Best Android Apps & Games Reviewed by Expert Reviewers at AndroidTapp.com [Week 46 Recap]
Nov 21, 2011 3:00 PM –
Check out these fist full of the best Android apps & games our app connoisseurs thoroughly reviewed last week. Your Android phone or tablet will smile at these downloads! Plus we make it easy to download or buy these top apps with convenient one-click tools below:
Best Android apps reviewed November 13, 2011 – November 19, 2011. Check out the the previous week’s best Android apps reviewed…
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Jimi Guitar is guitar simulator for Android. The app comes with a variety of modes and guitar types to play in addition to chord settings, free play, pre-set songs with lyrics and even a guitar tuner function. While it’s not going to replace an actual guitar, it’s still great for practice and has some cool tracks you can learn on it.
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Price: Free, ~$1.49
Musaic Box is an incredible game that blends all kind of different genres. It’s part puzzle, part point-and-click-story and part music studio. It perhaps shouldn’t work, but it really does! From the same developers as Farm Frenzy and Yumsters, Musaic Box is a unique experience that’s definitely worth a look.
Quick Volume Settings
Quick Volume Settings. Just put the app icon in your dock or home screen, and tap it to change ALL Volume Settings in one place. The settings include: Ringer mode (Normal/Vibrate/Silent), Ringer volume, Notification volume, System volume, Alarm volume, Media volume, Voice Call volume.
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Corkbin is a beautifully designed mobile blogging platform for wine lovers. It lets you store the wines you like and see what your friends are drinking, in addition to providing recommendations for wine based on the food you’re eating. Easy to use, pretty to look at- it’s great for people who enjoy the odd glass, right up to true wine connoisseurs.
Livio Car Internet Radio
Livio Car Internet Radio is a cool Internet radio station app to listen, browse and search potentially thousands of free stations. It’s smartly integrated with Bluetooth devices; even sweeter when paired to Livio’s own home and car aftermarket Bluetooth devices. This review focuses on the Android app plus features, however, we have a hand-ons video review of Livio Radio Kit to accompany the app. Read more to see why you should buy it!
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