Best Android Apps & Games of June 2011 Reviewed by Expert Reviewers at AndroidTapp.com [Week 26 Recap]
Jul 3, 2011 7:16 AM –
We’ve rounded up the best Android apps our expert reviewers thoroughly evaluated in the month of June 2011 alone! There are more than 40 apps listed along with convenient one-click tools below to easily download these top app picks:
Best Android apps reviewed June 26, 2011 – July 2, 2011.
Cut the Rope
Free (at GetJar), $0.99
Cut the Rope. The little monster Om Nom is hungry and the only thing standing between him and a full belly is you – that is your help cutting the ropes that hold the candy he wants. Swipe your finger across the ropes to release the delicious bundles into his mouth. But don’t forget to collect the stars and break the bubbles along the way – easier said than done when enemies and obstacles await!
Pocket Casts. Podcast listening finally made easier. Stay up to date with all the latest podcasts (or netcasts if you’re Leo) with one easy to use app. Simply add your favourite podcasts, and you’ll be able to stream or download new episodes as they become available.
Airport Mania: First Flight
Airport Mania: First Flight is a fun management simulation that puts you in control of a busy airport. Massive on the iPhone, Airport Mania lets you land, unload, refuel, reload, repair and launch a variety of different planes with differing personalities. The game, while having quite simple graphics, has a huge depth of gameplay and is well worth looking at.
iSink U is a sturdy battleships game on Android. Surely everyone has played the old fashioned paper version of battleships, drawing out an private grid and barking “B5! D9! A13!” at your enemy. Ah yes, nostalgia. Anyway, Artificial Life Inc. have recreated this bite of history on the Android platform. With cool 3D graphics, immersive strategic gameplay and simple controls this is a fun and entertaining adaptation of that old school favourite.
The Independent is the official news application for the British newspaper The Independent. The app has numerous features and a polished and fresh interface. The screens are responsive, and there is a huge selection of available content.
Wyse PocketCloud RDP/VNC
Wyse PocketCloud RDP/VNC. Access your computer, files and windows apps securely from your mobile device. PocketCloud enables remote access to Windows or Mac desktops over WiFi and 3G/4G networks. Use your Android smartphone or tablet to access any file and run any application on your computers. You no longer need to carry a laptop to make an important presentation, grab a forgotten report, help a friend with a computer problem, or edit and email that spreadsheet—all while on the go.
Check out more of the Amazon’s free apps of the day after the break.