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10 best Christmas apps for Android!


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It’s officially the holiday season. That means people are decorating, celebrating, and giving to others. It’s a wonderful time of year and, by far, one of the most colorful and engaging. There are no other holiday seasons where people do things like this. It’s a mostly external holiday. There is only so much your Android device can do. However, we have a list of excellent Christmas apps that should help this holiday season! We also recommend Pinterest and Facebook. They’ll have a bunch of gift and decoration ideas!


1Weather

Price: Free / $ 1.99
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Christmas means a lot of traveling, going out shopping, and other outside activities. Knowing the weather is essentially important around this time of year. 1Weather is about as good as it gets. It shows the current conditions, a ten day forecast, and a 12-week forecast. The app also includes a radar, sun rise and set times, and more. It also includes multiple locations. That should cover just about every use case that we can think of. It’s also relatively inexpensive. The free version comes with all of the features. It’s not a bad way to go as long as you don’t mind ads on the free version.
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1Weather

Christmas Countdown 2017

Price: Free / $ 1.99
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Christmas Countdown 2017 is one of the simple, but effective Christmas apps. It features a simple countdown timer to the big day. Some of the other features include several HD Christmas wallpapers, some classic Christmas music, and even a few widgets. The app unlocks HD wallpapers like an advent calendar. We thought that was a little charming. The pro version adds two widgets, additional music, and a few extra themes. It’s not great for music or wallpapers, but the countdown timer and widgets are superb.
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Christmas Countdown 2017

Google Santa Tracker

Price: Free
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Google’s Santa Tracker app is easily one of the best Christmas apps. It’s at least better than the other Santa Tracker apps in the Play Store (sorry NORAD). The app includes several fun little games and activities for kids. That includes Google Cardboard VR support, Android Wear support, and a countdown timer. It then follows Santa’s path around the world on December 24th. The app is completely free with no advertisements or anything like that. It’s one of the best Christmas apps for kids too!
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iHeartRadio

Price: Free / $ 9.99 per month
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iHeartRadio is definitely among the best Christmas apps for music. It features a variety of holiday-themed radio stations that include new hits, old classics, and mixtures of the two. The app is also entirely free as long as you don’t mind commercials. Other music streaming services like Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play Music, Pandora, etc all have Christmas playlists as well. However, iHeartRadio is the easiest to fire and forget. It’s also the easiest for people who don’t generally use music streaming service already. Just open the app, search for Christmas, and find the station you like. Done.
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Netflix

Price: Free trial / $ 7.99-$ 13.99 per month
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Netflix is one of the best Christmas apps for video streaming. It includes a variety of classics like White Christmas, The Santa Clause Trilogy, How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000 version), A Very Murray Christmas, and even some adult Christmas movies like Bad Santa. Netflix also has several Yule Log burning videos. A few of them are even in 4K. It’s a great way to bring a classic into the 21st century. Since most already have Netflix, it’s just a matter of searching for this stuff in the app to find it. Hulu and other streaming services also have Christmas content.
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TickTick

Price: Free / $ 24.99 per year
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TickTick is a to-do list app. Christmas is a busy time of year. Apps like TickTick can make it easier to keep track of things. The app lets you add tasks, organize tasks into various lists, and even share tasks with other people with TickTick. It’s great for Christmas gift lists, remembering to buy the right food, and remembering to pack for that trip to the in-laws. The free version includes all of the relevant features. The pro version is optional and really only necessary for business class use. We doubt you’ll need the pro version.
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TickTick

Wallpapers HD

Price: Free
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Many people theme their devices for the holiday season. Apps like Wallpapers HD are helpful for that. The app contains a selection of wallpapers for most screen sizes, including the 18:9 aspect ratio of newer devices. There are usually holiday inspired wallpapers drifting around during holidays. That should make it easy to find good ones for your device. We include this one on almost every holiday list because it’s that easy to use. It’s also free with advertising. The ads aren’t that bad, but they are a little annoying.
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Wallpapers HD

YouTube TV

Price: Free trial / $ 35 per month
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YouTube TV is one of several Internet TV apps. They let you watch actual cable TV on your smartphone instead of through a cable box. Christmas is one of those few times a year where having cable access is a good idea. Many stations play classic movies, have live events, and other such things. An app like YouTube TV lets you watch them without a cable box, subscription, or any complicated nonsense. There are other options in this space, including Sling TV and PlayStation Vue. They all work pretty much the same way at only slightly different prices. All of them would make for good Christmas apps.
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Zedge

Price: Free
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Zedge is probably the best notification and ringtone app on Google Play. It has a ton of tones, sounds, ringtones, and other stuff. Of course, that includes stuff for Christmas, Thanksgiving, and other holidays. The ringtones and notification tones are usually fairly high quality. You can find all kinds of stuff here. The app also features wallpapers. However, their resolution and quality are highly inconsistent. We recommend a different app for wallpapers. However, this one is probably the best for holiday themed ringtones and notification tones.
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Zedge

Your favorite shopping apps

Price: Free
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Some of the busiest Christmas apps are shopping apps. Literally all of them are going to have a variety of sales, special events, special offers, and various other bric-a-brac. Those shopping for others or themselves can find all kinds of good offers on stuff they’ve probably been looking at all year. Many brick-and-mortar stores offer same day pickup on online purchases. Online shopping is as stable as it’s ever been. Now is a great time to start your Christmas shopping.
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Your favorite shopping apps

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5 best dialer apps and contacts apps for Android


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Dialer apps and contacts apps are a bit of a niche market. In most cases, the stock dialer and contacts app is more than good enough most of the time. However, there are some cases where it may be necessary. The Note 8 occasionally freezing while using the contacts app is a good example. In any case, there are a bunch of decent options, but only a few really good ones. Also, we considered doing separate lists for contacts apps and dialer apps. However, generally speaking, if you get one, you get the other too. Both lists would pretty much have the same apps. Thus, we’ve consolidated it into a single list here. Here are the best dialer apps and contacts apps for Android.


Drupe

Price: Free / Up to $ 3.99
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Drupe is one of the most popular dialer apps on mobile. It features a modern, beautiful interface along with a call recorder, smart dialer, call blocker, and methods to deal with duplicate contacts. It can even send GIFs to people when you call them, but both people need to have Drupe installed for that to work. The app covers all of the basics and does many of them better than the stock app. It has the occasional bug, but nothing serious. It’s free to download for the most part. Some features require purchase via in-app purchases.
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ExDialer

Price: Free / $ 3.99
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ExDialer is one of the better dialer apps and contacts apps. This one features support for 30 languages, includes a smart dialer (with T9), and boasts a faster, lightweight experience. It also includes a variety of plugins, gesture controls, and little Easter egg commands to make things easier. It rounds out the experience with a simple, easy, Material Design UI. The free version is a five day trial. The full version is a separate unlocker app that coasts $ 3.99.
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ExDialer

Metro Phone Dialer and Contacts

Price: Free
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Metro Phone Dialer and Contacts takes a few design cues from Windows’ Metro UI. It features solid colors, a simple UI, and enough features to make it good. That includes a customizable UI, themes, contact searches, and more. It’s a little lighter on features than most. However, that can be desirable if you need something simple that just works. It’s also totally free with no in-app purchases. There are ads, though, and we would’ve liked a pro option to remove them.
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Simpler Contacts and Dialer

Price: Free / Up to $ 9.99
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Simpler isn’t as popular as some other dialer apps or contacts apps. It probably should be. Simpler features an improved caller ID, functions to control duplicate contacts, social network support, over 40 themes, and more. It also has call blocking, offline backup, and tools to clean up your contact list a little bit. The app rounds everything up in a simple, good-looking Material Design interface. There really isn’t much wrong with this one aside from a bugs here and there. The app is free to download with an optional pro version available via in-app purchase.
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Simpler Contacts and Dialer

Truecaller

Price: Free / $ 1.99 per month / $ 17.99 per year
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Truecaller is one of the most popular and powerful contacts apps and dialer apps. It even works as an SMS app. It includes a laundry list of features for the dialer, contacts, and SMS portions of the app. That includes an SMS spam filter, call blocking, dual-SIM support, and a lot more. It also boasts the best caller ID out there. The interface uses a basic Material Design. We’re not going to complain about that! The only real downside is the price. This is one of the only dialer apps or contacts apps with a subscription. It’s not necessary to use the basic features, but $ 17.99 per year is a little steep for our tastes.
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Truecaller

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Android has a new feature to highlight apps that cause bad battery life


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One of the biggest challenges with battery life on Android devices over the years has been wakelocks. Wakelocks are caused by apps that constantly poll the phone for information. This prevents a phone from entering a deeper sleep state where minimal battery life is used. Since the phone can never enter deep sleep mode, it just sits there burning battery.

See also: How to extend your Android’s phone battery life

There have been many third-party apps to detect and crack down on wakelocks, but it looks like Google is now getting involved. Users on Twitter (via Android Police) have reported that in the latest Android 8.1 Developer Preview the battery app is naming abusive apps. A warning appears in the battery settings with a red battery icon, the name of the offending app, and how it’s draining your battery. Tapping the warning will give you options to fix the issue. This may be as simple as killing the app or turning off location data for it.

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There’s no telling yet whether this new feature will make it into Android 8.1 when it releases to the public. Google has been known in the past to add features in developer previews only to remove them before a final release. But, it’s an encouraging development that Google is testing out a feature that gives users more information and control over their phones. Google has long been trying to improve battery life with initiatives like Doze, but this takes it a step further.

What do you think about Android’s new feature? Do you think it will actually lead to better battery life or just more annoying notifications? Let us know down in the comments.

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Google adds video calling through your Phone, Contacts, and Android Messages apps


As someone who uses an iPhone on a daily basis – no need for the torches and pitchforks – one of the things I appreciate is the ability to make video calls without leaving the Phone or Messages app. That is why I am happy to see Google integrate the same feature into the Phone, Contacts, and Android Messages apps.

Google accomplished this by incorporating its own Duo video calling service and the ViLTE standard, the latter of which is an extension of the existing VoLTE that focuses on increased video call quality over an LTE network. By default, video calls will be routed through ViLTE, but Duo is the fall-back if your carrier does not support the standard.

There are a few things to keep in mind, the first being that you and the person you’re calling must have Duo installed and activated if ViLTE isn’t used. Next up, you must also have the latest versions of the Phone, Contacts, Android Messages, and Duo apps installed.

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Google also mentioned that it will add the ability to upgrade a voice call to a video call later this year, a small, but appreciable, feature should you or the other person feel the need to have a video chat mid-conversation.

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Finally, integrated video calling is rolling out to first-generation Pixel, Nexus, and Android One devices, with the Pixel 2 phones also including the feature out of the box. Google said it is working with carriers and device manufacturers to have integrated video calling across a wider variety of devices.

With the feature, it is clear that Google really wants to push video calling further, but the company might also benefit from sorting out its wide assortment of messaging, calling, and video services as well.

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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly


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Welcome to the 211th edition of Android Apps Weekly! Here are the headlines from the last week:

  • Google decided to not play nice with the new Amazon Echo Show. They pulled YouTube support earlier this week. Google allegedly gave no warning or notification. Google’s return statement indicated that Amazon’s implementation didn’t adhere to the terms of service. In short, the two companies are in a bit of a disagreement. We imagine it won’t take long to resolve.
  • Mozilla Firefox is about to get a lot better on Android. A bunch of things are changing when version 58 hits the Google Play Store. That includes a faster browsing experience, less RAM usage, a visual redesign, and more. The desktop version is getting a similar makeover. The company is also killing off Adobe Flash support in version 56.
  • Twitter is about to double the tweet character limit from 140 to 280. That means people can be awful to each other twice as much with half of the effort! Seriously, though, the feature is currently rolling out to select Twitter users. You can also test the feature yourself by with the Tampermonkey Chrome extension (Google Chrome only).
  • Super Mario Run received a fairly substantial update this week. Included is Remix 10, a new game mode. It sends players through ten short courses in a row. Daisy is also now a playable character. Some other additions include a new section called World Star and the ability to play music stored on your device while playing. The game is also temporarily on sale for $ 4.99. Get it while it’s hot!
  • GO Keyboard is allegedly spying on millions of its users. Research company Adguard ran a bunch of tests. The results weren’t great. The keyboard apparently collects various bits of sensitive information. Many antivirus apps identified some of the GO Keyboard plugins as adware as well. The app also communicates with various tracking networks but a lot of apps do that. Perhaps it might be a good idea to change things up for a bit.

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Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story

Price: $ 3.49
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Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story is the next game in the Lost Phone franchise. The player finds a lost phone belonging to a woman named Laura. They must dig through the phone to find out why she disappeared. The player digs through various apps to investigate her life, her contacts, her messages, and even her photos. The mechanics are simple enough. It’s a sleuthing game and thus there isn’t anything particularly difficult about it. It is quite fun, though. The game runs for $ 3.49 with no in-app purchases.
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DirectChat

Price: Free / $ 1.98
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DirectChat is a nifty little chat companion app. It doesn’t send messages on its own. The app does allow other chat apps to use chat heads. That includes instances where it may not be supported. Thus, you can have them with WhatsApp, Hangouts, Allo, or whatever it is that you use. There are some customization options. a Do Not Disturb mode, a blacklist, a block list, and more. The free version contains ads. The pro version goes for $ 1.98. It removes advertising and adds a few extra features.
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DirectChat

Pokemon Playhouse

Price: Free
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Pokemon Playhouse is a Pokemon-themed kids game. Children can move around the game and interact with a bunch of different Pokemon. It’s a wildly simple title. There isn’t any reading or math skills required to play. It’s not even educational. The game is just there for fun. Nothing about the game is difficult. However, that can lead to a slightly boring game for kids who enjoy more challenging stuff. In any case, the game is entirely free with no in-app purchases or advertising.
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Pokemon Playhouse

Google Family Link

Price: Free
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Google Family Link is an app for parents. It allows parents to monitor their children’s activities on their smartphone. They can also do things like lock the phone down during certain times of the day. Thus, you can lock the phone when it’s bedtime. Parents have to make a linked Google account for each kid. Additionally, the kid’s phone has to run Android 7.0 Nougat at least. Some are having trouble porting existing accounts into this one. There are also some bugs here and there. Otherwise, it’s an app to keep your eye on.
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Google Family Link

Middle-earth: Shadow of War

Price: Free with in-app purchases
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Middle-earth: Shadow of War is a new hack and slash action game. It follows the story of Talion and his fight with Sauron’s armies. The game includes action RPG mechanics, tons of gear to collect, and iconic Lord of the Rings characters to recruit. Yes, it is a freemium game. Thus, it has freemium game elements. Other than that, the graphics and sound are decent and the game play is easy enough to learn. It’s worth a shot at the very least.
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If we missed any big Android apps or games news, tell us about it in the comments. You can also hit me up on Twitter if there’s an app you think should be here!

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10 best car apps for Android


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A lot of people spend a lot of time in their cars. It’s to the point now where Google, Apple, car manufacturers and others are trying to get technology there as well. The ecosystem isn’t all that amazing yet. Still, motorists, mechanics, and car fans have some fun stuff they can play with. Here are the best car apps for Android!


Android Auto

Price: Free
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Android Auto is among the best car apps. It’s Google’s car-centric app. It doesn’t do much on its own. However, it lets you quickly access things like Google Maps, Spotify, your messaging apps, and more. It’s helps drivers access apps more quickly and efficiently. It is still a work in progress. The app also has a few bugs. It’ll definitely improve over time. Even so, it’s a good one to have to make driving a little easier.
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Car Maintenance by myCARFAX

Price: Free
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Car Maintenance by myCARFAX is a car management app. That means you can keep an eye on a bunch of things. You can see all of your maintenance and repairs from the app. Additionally, the app alerts you when it’s time for additional maintenance or even to renew your registration. There is a mechanic search. However, it’ll only show mechanics in the CARFAX network. That’s likely a good thing most of the time. It’s one of the better car apps to keep everything organized.
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Drivvo

Price: Free / Up to $ 6.00
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Drivvo is one of the most powerful car apps. You can keep track of basically everything. That includes repairs, maintenance, expenditures, miles driven, gas mileage, and more. It’s especially good for those who drive for work. You can use this app to keep track of your expenses for tax season. It also has maintenance records with reminders when more maintenance is necessary. The free version comes with most of the features. You can go pro to get cloud backup, data syncing, data export, and no advertising.
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GasBuddy

Price: Free
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GasBuddy is a money saving app for motorists. It crowd sources gas prices in your area. You can then choose the gas station with the cheapest gas. It works best on road trips. However, it’s just as good if you’re cruising around your home town. You can also contribute by changing prices as you see them. Those who help contribute can win $ 100 in free gas. It’s not a huge thing, but it’s nice. It’s one of the essential car apps, even for those who aren’t necessarily car people.
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GasBuddy

SpotAngels

Price: Free
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SpotAngels is a bit of a wild card. It’s one of the newer car apps. However, it has a ton of potential. Its primary function is to help you avoid parking tickets. Currently, there are 20 supported cities where that works. It can also keep track of where you parked. That way you don’t get lost trying to find your car. That functionality is available to everybody whether they’re in a supported city or not. People can also send information and images for places that are safe to park anywhere. Over time, this could be a great app to help avoid parking tickets.
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SpotAngels


Torque Pro

Price: $ 4.95
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Torque Pro is an app for troubleshooting. It pairs with various OBD 2 devices via Bluetooth. It can then read the codes and let you know what your check engine light is. It’s one of the better car apps for mechanics and those who can do their own car work. It can also keep track of a variety of stats from your car. That includes a GPS speedometer, alarms and warnings, CO2 emissions, and more. There is a free version you can try first. However, it was 2015 when it wast last updated. The pro version gets more frequent updates. It’s just something to keep in mind.
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YouTube

Price: Free / $ 9.99 per month
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YouTube is an amazing resource for car fans. There are a ton of mechanics, aficionados, and other car people on there. They make tons of videos about how to change your oil, how to fix brakes, and even cosmetic stuff like the proper method to wax your car. Plus, you can find videos about fun cars, new cars, old cars, and highlights from various types of races. Of course, most people know that already. This one isn’t a very exciting pick. It’s still among the best car apps, though.
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Various rewards apps

Price: Free
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Most large chain gas stations have rewards programs. You use your card when you buy gas and other items. The rewards points stack up and you use them to get gift cards, free stuff, and discounts on gas. There are several grocery stores with gas station chains that offer similar rewards. These may take a while to be effective. However, it’s possible to get things like free gas and all kinds of other things over time. They’re car apps worth having. In fact, everyone should have at least one of these apps. Some popular brands include Giant Eagle, Speedway, Kroger, Circle K, and others.
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Various rewards apps

Your favorite parts stores

Price: Free
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There are tons of stores that sell car parts. AutoZone, Advanced Auto Parts, and NAPA are just a few. Most major car parts chains have dedicated apps. You can use them to order parts, buy things, and surf inventory. In addition, online stores like eBay and Amazon (to a lesser extent) can be excellent sources for after market parts and parts that are hard to find. We won’t recommend any one store because they all perform about as well. However, these are car apps many should have.
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Your favorite parts stores

Manufacturer apps

Price: Free (usually)
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Many car manufacturers have car apps now. They provide a variety of functions. That includes some fun stuff like remote starting your car or unlocking your car doors. You’ll need to have the proper hardware installed on your car for most of it to work. Some other features include OnStar access, diagnostics, and more. Some even let you pay for your parking through the app. The range of features is vast, but also varies wildly between apps. Some of them are pretty decent while others could use some work. Still, it’s worth a look at least.
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Manufacturer apps

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10 best new Android apps from May 2017!


App developers are pushing the envelope on a daily basis trying to improve and enhance our smartphone and tablet experiences. In fact, so many Android apps come out every day that it’s difficult to keep track of them all. It’s difficult to usurp the best of the best but if you’re getting bored with what you’ve got and want to try something new, check out the best new Android apps from the last month! You can watch the videos from passed months by clicking here!


Amazon FreeTime

Price: Free / $ 6.99-$ 9.99 per month
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Amazon FreeTime is a new kids app. It boasts a collection of video content from big kids companies like PBS, Nickelodeon, Disney, and others. There is also a variety of books, games, and other content for kids. You can use the app’s dashboard to list the age of your kid. The content then changes based on the child’s age. Amazon made the pricing a little complicated. However, this is one of the few services that Amazon offers to people without an Amazon Prime subscription. Don’t get us wrong, though, it’s cheaper if you do have one already.
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AMOLED mnml Wallpapers

Price: Free / $ 1.49 – $ 1.99
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AMOLED mnml Wallpapers is an app that describes itself. It’s a wallpapers app with a host of minimal wallpapers. Most of the wallpapers feature lots of black. That helps with battery life a little bit when used on AMOLED screens. The base app has a ton of fun, minimal wallpapers. There are also donate versions that you have to buy if you want wallpapers designed for the S8/S8+ or super high resolution. The free app should work in most cases, though. You can also get the app even if you don’t have an AMOLED screen if you just enjoy the style.
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AMOLED mnml Wallpapers

Astro

Price: Free
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Astro is a new email client that also has a chat bot. The chatbot will notify you about things, ask you if you want to unsubscribe from email lists, and more. On top of that, the app boasts a snooze mode, quick inbox organization, personal reminders, and more. It’s dealing with a few early issues. However, when it works, it works rather well. To be honest, this one still needs some work. Thus, it’s best to file it away under apps to keep an eye on.
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Astro

AutoSet

Price: $ 1.49
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AutoSet is a nifty automation app. It works by automatically turning functions on your phone on or off when certain apps are opening. For instance, you can have the phone turn WiFi on when you open Netflix. It works well most of the time. However, some things like GPS and mobile data might require ADB commands on your PC to make it work right. It’s definitely a power user app more than anything. It’s costs $ 1.49 and it has no in-app purchases.
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AutoSet

Panna Recipes

Price: Free / $ 39.99 per year
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Panna Recipes wants to be the Netflix of cooking apps. It features over 400 video recipes made by over 45 talented chefs. You can search based on your dietary interests, annotate written recipes with your own ideas, and add items to the shopping list that’s built-in. You can try it free for 30 days, but it does require a subscription after that. It’s not ideal, but at least you can try it before deciding if paying for it is right for you.
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Socratic

Price: Free
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Socratic is an educational app. More specifically, it’s an app that teaches you math. It works by using your camera to capture an equation. The app then pops up several pages of information on how to solve the problem. Generally, the first page walks you through solving the problem while subsequent pages show you information and math rules you’ll need to solve it. It’s a great app for students. Especially the ones who have problems with math. It’s a totally free app, at least for right now.
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Socratic

SpotAngels

Price: Free
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SpotAngels is an app that remembers where you parked. It also gives you information on the parking rules in the area. The central premise of the app is to help people avoid making mistakes that result in potentially expensive traffic tickets. It supports over 20 cities, but it’s still useful even if you don’t live in one of them. The app’s secondary premise is to remember where you parked your car. That works virtually everywhere. You can also help crowd source additional information by adding pictures and rules that the app might not have.
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SpotAngels

Stash for Reddit

Price: Free
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Stash for Reddit is a newer Reddit app in the Play Store. The idea is to download a variety of posts from Reddit in the background so that they can be read offline later. The current iteration downloads 100 posts and that includes images, GIFs, and videos. Future releases will include account support, subreddit selection for download, a time schedule, bandwidth limit options, and more. It’s not all that great just yet. However, you should definitely file this one under app to keep an eye on.
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Stash for Reddit

Taskzy

Price: Free
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Taskzy is like a light version of IFTTT. It allows you to program automatic actions based on the things happening on your device. It gives you a decent, if small selection of commands to give. For instance, you can have it open a specific music app when you plug in headphones. You can then have it open a different music app if you plug in headphones while you’re in the car. It’s not the most powerful automation app ever made. However, it’s far more simple than most of the other options. It’s also totally free.
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Taskzy

WeDo

Price: Free
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WeDo is a task management app that focuses a little more on groups. You create groups in the app, invite people to those groups, and then people create tasks that everyone can see. It’s great for small businesses, families, and the like. You can also use it alone if you want to. It features reminders, subtasks, and you can create tasks that repeat (like taking out the garbage every week). It’s still in beta in the Play Store. Those that try it should be prepared to find bugs. Otherwise, it’s free and it works pretty well.
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WeDo

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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly


Welcome to the 182nd edition of Android Apps Weekly! Here are the big headlines from the last week:

  • Capcom is apparently working on bringing four more classic games to mobile. One of them is 1942, a classic top-down shooter that many people enjoyed back in the day. So far, Capcom has botched six Megaman releases this year so we’re hoping that this attempt goes a little bit better. We don’t have a time frame a release date just yet. We just know that they’re working on it.
  • Twitch received an update this week. In the update is a new thing called Pulse. Pulse is a lot like Facebook’s Timeline except for video streamers. It’ll make it easier for affluent members of the community to share clips, highlights, and even stuff like schedules. Followers can see these things and interact more. It adds a bit of nuance to Twitch’s otherwise cut and dry experience. It should be rolling out right now.
  • Google Play announced their first original podcast this week. It’s called City Soundtracks. It’s essentially a podcast version of VH1’s Behind the Artist. Each episode will focus on one artist and their hometown. Most are calling it an attempt for Google Play to promote its own service from within. However, it does sound genuinely interesting. It launched on March 8th with three episodes. It’s on Google Play now if you want to try it out.
  • Fireproof Games announced that a new Room game is coming. It’s called The Room: Old Sins. Like its predecessors, it’ll be a mix of an escape game and a puzzle game. There isn’t a lot of information available yet. However, we know it’ll take place in a house and will feature a very creepy dollhouse. There isn’t a definitive release date just yet. We just know that they’re working on it.
  • Word around the digital grapevine is that Spotify is preparing a lossless Hi-Fi option. Some users have reported seeing a prompt to upgrade to the new service. The prices ranged from an additional $ 5 to $ 10 for some. The likely explanation is that they’re testing to see what prices people like. This will put them directly in competition with Tidal as the only two companies that do lossless streaming. Also, Spotify announced that they’ve hit 50 million paid subscribers.

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Splitter Critters

Price: $ 2.99
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Splitter Critters is a unique puzzle game. You play as a few cute little critters and your job is to get them to the end of any given level. You do so by chopping up the level in such a way that they can proceed. That can involve chopping up the landscape so they can walk or even hacking up the place so that various obstacles can be overcome. It’s cute and surprisingly creative. You can pick it up for $ 2.99 and it has no in-app purchases or advertising.
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Cornerfly

Price: Free / up to $ 5.49
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Cornerfly is an Android customization app. Its sole purpose is to make the corners of your screen rounded. You know, like you’d see on the LG G6 or the Galaxy S8. You can also configure the app for any individual application if you want to. The best part is that it doesn’t require root to use. You can use it for free. However, going pro will allow you to customize the corners and it’ll remove the advertising. It’s a little thing, but sometimes the little things can be fun. It’s free to download if you want to check it out.
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Unworded

Price: $ 3.99
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Unworded is a narrative puzzle game. In this one, you’ll be tasked with little puzzles where you build objects out of letters. You’ll do stuff like use a J to make the handle for an umbrella or use an H to make smoke stacks on a boat. Along with the puzzles is a little narrative story that gets told to you as you complete levels. It’s an entertaining game, although we would’ve liked to see a bit more complexity in some of the puzzles. It’s $ 3.99, but there are no in-app purchases to get in your way.
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BritBox

Price: Free / $ 6.99 per month
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BritBox is a new video streaming service. It’s for US residents only and that’s unfortunate. However, those with access can pick up a ton of TV shows, movies, and programs created in the UK. As a service, it seemed to work fairly well. We watched several shows without any buffering or lag problems. The UI isn’t much to look at, but it’s still pretty easy to move around. About the only real downside is a lack of super hit shows like Top Gear, Dr Who, Weakest Link, and some others. It’s $ 6.99 per month if you’re interested.
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Shadowmatic

Price: Free / $ 2.99
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Shadowmatic is a new puzzle that focuses on shadows. It works by placing a random object in front of a bright light. Your job is to twist and turn the object around until the shadow turns into a picture of something. The game includes over 100 levels, achievements, an arcade mode, hints, and more. You can get the first 14 levels for free and then you’ll be asked to pay $ 2.99 for the rest of the game through an in-app purchase. It’s fun, kid friendly, and the graphics in this one aren’t half bad.
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If we missed any big Android apps or games news, tell us about it in the comment section below. Thanks for reading and don’t forget to check back next week for the next one!

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10 best dog apps for Android


best dog apps for android
Dogs are man’s best friend. Having one is like adding an extension on to the family because they are so very lovable. Taking care of them can be a bit of a struggle, though. These days, there is a healthy selection of dog apps that can help you out. Here are the best dog apps for Android! Don’t forget, they’re all good dogs.


11pets best dog apps for android11pets

[Price: Free]
11pets is a pet care app that helps you manage your dog’s health. Some of the features include a built in schedule so you can keep track of things like vet visits, medication schedules, vaccinations, and other events. There are also places for you to enter stuff like your dog’s medical history such as temperature, weight, and other info. It also has some cute stuff like dedicated, individual pet galleries where you can save images of your pets. It’s one of the better dog apps although you can use this one for other animals as well.

Download now on Google Play!


APCC by ASPCA best dog apps for androidAPCC by ASPCA

[Price: Free]
APP by ASPCA is one of the essential dog apps out there. It provides a database of plants, hazards, foods, medications, and other materials that are toxic to your dog. The app also includes a calculator where you can calculate the estimated severity of the poisoning based on how big your dog is and by how much of the material they ate. It’s all from a company that handles 180,000 dog poisonings every year. The app focuses on dogs, cats, horses, and birds. Anyone who has those should also seriously consider grabbing this app.

Download now on Google Play!

APCC by ASPCA best dog apps for android


Dog Training best dog appsDog Training

[Price: Free]
Dog Training is an app that gives you tips on how to train your dog. Most people have their own style when it comes to stuff like this. However, an app like this one can give you some pointers to help along the way. It includes tips, popular training methods, and popular tricks for common problems like getting your dog to stop barking or your puppy to stop biting. It’s another one of the better free dog apps, although this one does contain advertising.

Download now on Google Play!

dog training best dog apps for android


dogvacay best dog appsDogVacay or Rover

[Price: Free]
DogVacay and Rover are two very reliable dog apps for those who need a sitter. DogVacay boasts well over 40,000 dog sitters and Rover boasts similar numbers. We’re sure there is some crossover from one to the other in that area. In any case, both services offer insurance, 24/7 support, and other little features. For instance, DogVacay has the sitter send images of the pet every day so you can see that they’re okay. Dealing with animals during trips, vacations, and other events can be rough. Apps like these can help and they do offer services for other animals as well.
You can grab DogVacay using the button below. Download Rover by clicking here!

Download now on Google Play!

dogvacay best dog apps


MapMyDogWalk best dog appsMapMyDogWalk

[Price: Free]
MapMyDogWalk is an app that does exactly what it says it does. It lets you map out walks that you plan on taking with your dog. It uses Google Maps support to let you do things like create a route, find dog parks, dog-friendly restaurants (if listed), water fountains, and waste bag dispensers. You can also drag the pins around to alter your route as you see fit. The app also tracks the route length, time it takes to complete, speed, pace, and even calories burned. It’s not half bad for what it is.

Download now on Google Play!

MapMyDogWalk best dog apps


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Google Maps best dog apps for androidGoogle Maps

[Price: Free]
Another great option for dog apps is Google Maps. Most of us use this one for things like finding restaurants, checking out traffic, and other daily activities. However, you can also use the service to find vets, dog parks, dog friendly restaurants and hotels, and map out dog walks. It doesn’t have fitness features like MapMyDogWalk, but it does everything else slightly better. It’s especially useful in emergencies when you need to find a vet open at all hours to help a sick pupper.

Download now on Google Play!


petcoach best dog appsPetCoach

[Price: Free]
PetCoach is a newer app that helps you find free veterinary advice. It’s kind of like the WebMD for pets (aside from PetMD, of course). You can search for things like symptoms or behaviors and see if it’s symptomatic of anything potentially serious. You can also ask questions and get answers from vets, dog trainers, pet nutritionists, and other varieties of experts. It doesn’t substitute for a real visit to the vet, but it’s a good spot for some advice on smaller stuff. They also support other pets aside from dogs.

Download now on Google Play!

petcoach best dog apps


Pet First Aid best dog appsPet First Aid by Red Cross

[Price: Free]
We don’t like to think about such things, but there is always a chance of something bad happening. Pet First Aid by the American Red Cross can help. It has detailed instructions on how to give enough emergency care and first aid to your dog until you can make it to a vet. It also has guides on administering medication, preventative care tools, and you can even program your vet’s number into the app to call them quickly if the app isn’t working. Perhaps the best part is that there are quizzes about the content so you can make sure you learn it. It’s a free app and you should get it.

Download now on Google Play!

Pet First Aid best dog apps


Runtastic best dog apps Runtastic Running and Fitness

[Price: Free / Subscription up to $ 4.97 per month]
Runtastic Running and Fitness is one of the better fitness apps out there for humans. It lets you do a variety of things like plan your runs, map your runs, and give you stats about how well you’re doing. A great idea is to map out a good walk or run and take your dog with you. They need to stay in shape too! It may not be great as a standalone dog app, but it’s kind of like a human-oriented version of MapMyDogWalk. You can try out and use the basic features for free. The premium stuff will require a subscription.

Download now on Google Play!

Runtastic best dog apps


Tractive best dog appsTractive GPS Pet Finder

[Price: Free]
Tractive GPS Pet Finder is an app that helps you find your lost pet. It’s a companion app for the Tractive GPS device and the two work in tandem so you always know where your dog is. You can do things like set up a virtual fence so you can get notified if the dog leaves their yard. You can also see a history of where they’ve been, track your dog in real time, and it’ll even reminder you when it’s time to charge up the actual GPS device. It’s a bit of an investment, but it’s better than printing out flyers and worrying when your dog goes missing.

Download now on Google Play!

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10 best Android apps for kids


best Android apps for kids
As the platform matures, it seems that more and more parents are willing to give their kids tablets, let them play with smartphones, and allow them to engage with new technology in general. Of course, if you’re going to let your kids play with tech then they should probably have some apps to play with that are age appropriate. Let’s take a look at the best Android apps for kids!


google play books best Android apps for kidsAmazon Kindle or Google Play Books

[Price: Free (books cost extra)]
Amazon Kindle and Google Play Books are both great resources for picking up some reading material. Both have plenty of books intended for younger audiences for the choosing and they can provide hours of reading content for kids. That makes it great for long car rides or just sitting inside on a rainy day. Books are usually reasonably priced and you can find classic, out-of-copyright books like The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn for free on both services. Reading is always a good idea and these are two great apps to get it done. You can download Amazon Kindle by clicking here or Google Play Books using the button below.

Get it now on Google Play!


animals for kids best Android apps for kidsAnimals for Kids

[Price: Free / $ 1.99]
Animals for Kids is a flashcard application that helps teach yours all kinds of animals. It’s a simple app and is intended for children aged one to four years old. Parents can play with kids and the flashcards will show the name of the animal, a picture of the animal, and then play the sound that they make. The app is also broken up into three types of animals for easier learning. It is ad-supported and ads aren’t always something you’d want to see in a kids app, but otherwise this is a great little app. There is also a paid version that has no advertising.

Get it now on Google Play!

animals for kids best Android apps for kids


duolingo best android apps for kidsDuolingo

[Price: Free]
Duolingo was one of the best and most popular apps released a couple of years ago and it’s easy to see why. The app teaches people who to speak a new language. It’s known for its engaging and effective style of teaching which is to let people play mini-games until they understand the new language. It’s both fun and educational and it’s also usable by both kids and adults so you can learn a new language right along with your kids. It’s also entirely free with no in-app purchases.

Get it now on Google Play!


endless alphabet best Android apps for kidsEndless Alphabet

[Price: Free / $ 5.99]
Endless Alphabet is an interactive kids game that will help teach them their ABCs and then helps teach them how to read. The app comes with seven word puzzles for free and you can pay an optional $ 5.99 to get over 40 more word puzzles for your kids to play with. It focuses more on teaching rather than success so the game omits high scores, “game over” failure, or any arbitrary time limits. It’s just your kids and the word puzzle until they figure it out on their own, which is kind of nice. The developer, Originator Inc, has several more good apps for kids as well.

Get it now on Google Play!


duck duck moose best Android apps for kidsDuck Duck Moose, Inc

[Price: $ 1.99 each]
Duck Duck Moose, Inc is actually a developer studio that specializes in kids games. They have a number of titles, including Moose Math, Build A Truck, Duck Duck Moose Reading, and Pet Bingo. Each app has its own variety of mechanics and subject matter to give your little clones something different to do. Each app costs $ 1.99 and has no in-app purchases or advertising which is a big plus. They’ve also received some fairly decent reviews. We’d recommend any of them, based on what kind of stuff your kids like.

Get it now on Google Play!


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first words for baby best Android apps for kidsFirst Words for Baby

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
First Words for Baby is a game that helps teach your children words. Despite the name, the app is actually good for children ages one through five and essentially helps them learn new vocabulary words. There are over 100 words to learn, complete with interactive games to help teach about those words, and it’s available in 15+ languages which is plus. It may be a bit too simple for some kids, but it gets frequent updates and most kids should be able to play it on their own.

Get it now on Google Play!

first words for baby best Android apps for kids


intellijoy best Android apps for kidsIntellijoy

[Price: Varies]
Intellijoy is another developer studio that specializes in apps for the little ones and there are a metric ton of apps to choose from. You’ll find apps for reading, counting, shapes, music, animals, puzzles, preschool, and a lot more. Most apps have good reviews and most of them are free. The ones that cost money don’t seem to cost more than $ 2.99 so even the paid ones are inexpensive. This is a great one stop shop for a ton of educational content for kids and they even have an all-in-one app that helps you browse the various games and apps.

Get it now on Google Play!

intellijoy best Android apps for kids


Kids doodle best android apps for kidsKids Doodle

[Price: Free]
Kids Doodle is a drawing and coloring application that a lot of little ones should enjoy. It features neon style colors on a black background that is somewhat reminiscent of the old Light Brights we played with as kids. Children can draw and color whatever they want, save it for later, and even create slideshows with their drawings. It comes with 24 brushes including popular drawing options such as crayon. It’s entirely free with no in-app purchases which is a nice touch.

Get it now on Google Play!

kids doodle best Android apps for kids


pbs kids video best Android apps for kidsPBS Kids Video

[Price: Free]
PBS has always been known for having great children’s content and now there is an app where you can find a ton of it. You’ll find a number of kids shows including Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Wild Kratts, Odd Squad, Dinosaur Train, and plenty of others. The service seems to work very well and we had no trouble streaming video to our devices although we would recommend that parents help start the videos. This one also has Chromecast support so you can watch it on your TV and you can buy more shows if you want to.

Get it now on Google Play!

pbs kids video best Android apps for kids


youtube kids best android apps for kidsYouTube Kids

[Price: Free]
YouTube Kids is an effort by Google to separate the kid friendly content on YouTube from the rest of it and then put that content in its own application. YouTube Kids is a good resource for parents and there are a ton of videos available for kids to watch. The app also comes with Chromecast support so you can watch it on TV. There are advertisements which may irk some parents, but it’s an overall positive experience with a lot of videos to watch that are both educational and entertaining.

Get it now on Google Play!


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