Mobile app business is growing faster than ever and new apps keep coming every day in Google Play Store. It is quite a tedious task to find the apps that are interesting and productive at the same time from a plethora of Android apps in the store. To solve this problem we brought you the top 5 apps for Android devices that you shouldn't miss this week.
The latest app from the Google is now available in the Play Store. However, the app doesn't work as an actual Google Assistant app, it gives you an easy access to the app. The new app enables the user to access the Google assistant just by clicking the icon instead touching and holding down the home button or saying ‘Ok Google’.
Status - Free
The Android game from the Telltale Games is the best game from the developer. Batman is fighting against the crime and unlawful activities started to take place in Gotham after the return of the Riddler. The whole series consists of 5 episodes and the first episode is free to play, the second episode is available in the game to buy and explore new challenges..
Status- Free with in-app purchases
The game is totally based on the storyline of the show and also inherit the famous characters. The game controls are very easy and the retro design gives it pretty basic and simple look. You need to solve the puzzles with the help various characters to move forward in the story. The game comes with no in-app purchases and advertisement.
Microsoft launcher is the revamped version of the company’s Arrow Launcher. The company rebranded the app with some changes for the Android users. Now, the app comes with news feed and you won't find any Wunderlist anymore. You can also sync the app to the PC. The app currently is in preview mode and you can also check it out in the Google Play store.
The basic version of the Facebook’s Messenger app that is data friendly and works even in very low internet connectivity. However, the app is not new, it is already available in the Play Store, last week the company launched the app in some countries including the US. The app works efficiently in the regions with network issues and consumes less data as it works only on basic functions such as call and messaging
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