9 Best Android Apps & Games Reviewed by Expert Reviewers at AndroidTapp.com [Week 50 Recap]
Dec 19, 2011 7:33 AM –
Looking for best Android apps & games to load up that new Galaxy Nexus or DROID RAZR? Well download these sweet apps our connoisseurs thoroughly reviewed last week. You’ll smile… Plus we make it easy to download or buy these top apps with convenient one-click tools below:
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Any.DO is a cool multi-platform GTD (get things done) to-do list manager that is quite simply awesome. I am a massive fan of productivity apps and have tried plenty of them on Android. GTD apps on Android go from the brilliantly detailed project management-style tools such as Due Today to the infinitely simple Do It (Tomorrow). While I have found myself loving both of these and finding each superb in their own way, I always felt one was a little too complex for my level of use and one way a bit too simple. Step forward Any.DO…
Sentinel 3: Homeworld
Sentinel 3: Homeworld is a jaw-droppingly visceral gaming experience on Android. It’s firmly in the tower defense genre but the mesmerising graphics are dense gameplay make it a truly exceptional title. The latest in the Sentinel series, the game was part of the Android 10 Billion download sale. If you’re a fan of tower defense, Sentinel 3: Homeworld might be the most vivid and stunning you’ll have seen.
Cubed is a classic “Assembly Puzzle” style game; designed for an intelligent and discriminating audience, the game features intuitive controls set in a clean and elegant interface with visuals and sound FX that put you in an appropriately contemplative state of mind.
Imperio Remote Desktop
Free, $1.99, $3.99
Imperio Remote Desktop / RDP lets you take control of your PC from anywhere in the world right from your Android phone or tablet, all for around the cost of a cup of coffee! Run your applications remotely, access your files, play your music, even launch a presentation – Imperio Remote Desktop / RDP is the fastest, easiest to use and most fully featured Remote Desktop / RDP app on the planet!
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ScanBizCards Biz Card Reader
ScanBizCards Biz Card Reader. The only business card reader offering BOTH the choice to scan cards in seconds right on your phone – or submit instead for 100% accurate manual transcription! The only business card reader with cloud backup & sync across multiple Android and iOS devices + web-based access to cards from any browser.
Dabble is a superb word game based on the award winning board pursuit. The game is both simple to understand and incredibly challenging. The graphics and sound work perfectly with gameplay, creating a fun and interesting word game for Android devices.
Free, with In-app Purchase
Zombies… OMG! is a cool blend of both tycoon and RPG game. The game boasts impressive graphics, a fun storyline, loads of missions, lots of weapons and things to collect and an adorable set of characters to interact with. Beneath the exterior there is, however, a strong element to invest in the game via in-app purchases. The game is free to play, but there is an abundance of presented opportunities to use real-world money to progress.
A Moon for the Sky
A Moon for the Sky is an addictive and tricky physics game on Android. Draw lines for your moon to bounce higher and higher. Collect stars, avoid obstacles and, whatever you do, don’t fall! Challenging gameplay, nice graphics and cute sound definitely make the game worth a look. The game uses the Papaya social gaming network for scoring, friends, sharing and bonuses.
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