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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!

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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!

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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!

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



varagesale Android Apps WeeklyVarageSale

[Price: Free]
This week’s Android Apps Weekly show is brought to you by VarageSale. VarageSale is a Craigslist kind of application where people can post things they want to sell and you buy them. Unlike Craigslist, you’ll be required to create an account before you can interact with the site which is a mechanic we liked a lot. From there, you simply search around, find the stuff you want, and then buy it.
During our testing, we found all kinds of stuff from cloths to electronics and even an engagement ring. You can browse various categories in areas near you and you can even leave seller feedback which helps show which sellers are the most reliable. It has a lot going for it and it’s definitely worth a shot if you’re getting ready to sell stuff or just want to look around. It’s totally free so check it out and show your support for the Android Apps Weekly show!

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Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! Let’s take a look at the biggest headlines from the last week:

  • We managed to get a hold of the official Reddit beta application last week and wanted to show you what it was going to look like. It seems to have a modern design full of Material Design along with a few other fun features. We don’t know when it’ll be released but it seemed to work pretty well to us.
  • SoundCloud announced a new stations feature that will give users a chance to listen to music similar to how they do on Pandora. This comes not long after announcing signing deals with a couple of major labels and announcing that they’ll be turning into a legitimate streaming service to battle the likes of Spotify.
  • Nintendo has announced that people can start signing up for the closed beta of Miitomo, their first Android game, starting on February 17th. We know a lot about the game already and how it will emulate social media to an extent. However, we won’t know everything until we get our hands on it and that may be sooner than later.
  • Even though most of Apple’s apps have received a slew of terrible ratings in the Play Store, they seem to be doing pretty good. How good? Well, Tim Cook announced this week that even more Apple apps will likely be making their way to Android. We don’t know which ones yet, but our guess is likely iCloud and other productivity apps.
  • Perhaps the biggest app news from the last week was Microsoft purchasing SwiftKey for $ 250 million. There hasn’t been a lot of information from either company but the popular guess is that Microsoft is after SwiftKey’s legendary predictive algorithms and AI. For now, nothing is changing, but after seeing what happened to Sunrise Calendar and Accompli, we wouldn’t blame you if you were a bit worried.

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sundance vr Android Apps WeeklySundance VR

[Price: Free]
Sundance VR is a newer application released with the idea of showing you full VR content including short films, music videos, and other types of VR stuff. It’s a newer app and there aren’t a lot of selections yet so you may not find the app overly enjoyable right now. However, if you own Google Cardboard or you’re interested in VR, I would keep this app in your crosshairs because it should get a decent selection of unique VR content eventually.

Get it now on Google Play!

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lego ninjago skybound Android Apps WeeklyLEGO Ninjago: Skybound

[Price: Free]
The latest LEGO game has hit the Google Play Store and like many were before it, this one is entirely free with no in-app purchases. This one continues the Ninjago series where the prior game left off and includes a lot of the same graphics and mechanics as prior Ninjago games. There is a stealth element where you can hide in the shadows instead of engaging in fights and the controls are very simple. It’s a great title for kids or adults and is especially great if you’re low on money.

Get it now on Google Play!

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marvel avengers academy Android Apps WeeklyMarvel Avengers Academy

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Marvel Avengers Academy is the latest adventure/simulation game out of TinyCo. They are the same developers who did Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff. The game lets you play as your favorite Avengers as teenagers who are just beginning to find their abilities. You’ll battle bad guys, level up your characters, and even do teenager stuff like go on dates. It’s a mixture of adventure and simulation so there will be some management here and there and then some action here and there. It’s free to download but does have in-app purchases.

Get it now on Google Play!

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promo codes Android Apps WeeklyPromo Codes

[Price: Free]
Promo Codes is a new application that is meant to take advantage of the new promo codes feature in Google Play. It’s very simple. Developers sign up for the service and once per day, people using the app can check and see if they get a free promo code. If they do, they get a paid app for free. If not, well, better luck tomorrow. It’s a fun and unique way for developers to utilize their promo codes and even if the users lose out, they get to see a fun new app every day. This should be on every smartphone. Get it.

Get it now on Google Play!

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adventures of mana Android Apps WeeklyAdventures of Mana

[Price: $ 13.99]
Adventures of Mana is a classic RPG that was originally released on Game Boy in the early 1990’s. Don’t worry, though, because Square Enix has updated the graphics and soundtrack to make it look way better than it did back then. The story line and content remains intact and you’ll play once again as the hero trying to keep the Dark Lord Glaive from reaching the sacred Mana Tree and destroying all life. It has simple, touch-based controls. There is also a steep price tag but at least there are no in-app purchases.

Get it now on Google Play!


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


Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! Yes, we’re giving Sunday a shot. Here’s hoping you like it!


jump'n'roll Fallout Pip-Boy Android Apps WeeklySponsored by Jump’n’Roll Eyeball

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This week’s episode of Android Apps Weekly is sponsored by Jump’n’Roll Eyeball. This is a 2D, side-scrolling platformer where you play as a giant eye with legs. Your goal is to maneuver obstacles and avoid danger to complete the levels. The game play is simple to learn but challenging to master as you’ll be both jumping and rolling a whole bunch.

Despite its simple look, the game can be quite difficult at times. It also comes with Google Play Games leaderboards so you can keep track of who has done it best. It’s a great little time waster and it’s free to download with a single $ 1.99 in-app purchase to remove ads. Give it a shot and show your support for Android Apps Weekly.

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Let’s get to those headlines!

  • Facebook has mandated that many of their employees must switch to using Android devices over their iPhones. The idea behind the switch is so more of them understand what the Android experience is like. Here’s hoping their batteries die as quickly as ours when using Facebook and the app gets some much needed improvements.
  • Scott Games has announced that there will be another Five Nights at Freddy’s game except this one will be an RPG. A trailer has been put out but otherwise not a lot of details are available right now. There’s no time frame on release yet but there will be a free demo to play eventually.
  • In a surprising move. Activision has purchased King, developers of Candy Crush Saga, for $ 5.9 billion. We’re not entirely sure why but this gives Activision a gigantic mobile presence that it did not previously have. For now, everything’s going to stay the same but expect to see some stuff next year as a result of this.
  • The latest Humble Bundle is now live! It currently includes six games with a seventh coming soon. Some of the games include Ys Chronicles 1, Block Legends, Rocket ROBO, and more. You can pay $ 1 and get three games or pay the average and get everything. Give it a shot and don’t forget to give to charity!
  • Microsoft made a lot of people angry this week with some unsavory changes to their OneDrive policies. Free storage has been dropped to 5GB and unlimited storage is gone. This is due to people backing up their pirated movie collections and using way too much space.

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Custom Quick Settings Fallout Pip-Boy Android Apps WeeklyCustom Quick Settings

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
First up this week is Custom Quick Settings. This is an app for Marshmallow users that allows you to create custom tiles in your Quick Settings menu. One of the lesser documented features of Marshmallow is the ability to do exactly this and the developer has put together this nifty app to make it easier for everyone. It’s free to download and it does not require root.

Get it now on Google Play!

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dead effect 2 Fallout Pip-Boy Android Apps WeeklyDead Effect 2

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Dead Effect was one of the most popular first-person shooters on Android a long time ago. Now its successor has arrived on the Google Play Store. It’s a sci-fi, post-apocalyptic shooter complete with horrific beasts, zombie-type monsters, and plenty of things for you to shoot and kill. The graphics are pretty good and the mechanics seem to be solid for a touch screen shooter. It’s free to download with in-app purchases, just be careful of those early bugs!

Get it now on Google Play!


beats pill Fallout Pip-Boy Android Apps WeeklyBeats Pill+

[Price: Free]
Oh boy, here we go again. Apple has released their second application in as many months. This one is called Beats Pill+ and it’s a simple application that can be used by Android owners to control their Beats Pill speakers. Like the last Apple application, it seems to work well and do its job but the Android community’s louder members wanted to let Apple have it yet again. For what it’s worth, the app is free.

Get it now on Google Play!

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fallout pip-boy Fallout Pip-Boy Android Apps WeeklyFallout Pip-Boy

[Price: Free]
The long-awaited companion app from Bethesda called Fallout Pip-Boy has been released to the Play Store. In a show of good sportsmanship, the company released the app to everyone, even if you didn’t pick up the optional armband. The app itself lets you interact with your Fallout 4 game and check out stuff like stats, inventory, map, radio, and there are even some mini-games. It’s free and if you’re getting Fallout 4, you should definitely have this.

Get it now on Google Play!

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signal private messenger Fallout Pip-Boy Android Apps WeeklySignal Private Messenger

[Price: Free]
Last and certainly not least this week is Signal. This app gained quite the following after Edward Snowden put his official endorsement into the application. It’s a messaging app with a plethora of security and encryption features to help keep those prying eyes away from your messages. It’s completely open source which is good and includes group chatting, phone calls, and more. If you want security, give this a shot.

Get it now on Google Play!

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Wrap up

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security suite free antivirus Android Apps WeeklySecurity Suite Free Antivirus

[Price: Free]
This week’s Android Apps Weekly is sponsored by Security Suite Free Antivirus! This simple and minimal antivirus application scans your applications and files to make sure there are no threats to your device. It’s unique deep scanning feature spots malware inside of applications even if it’s hard to find and it’ll even open up and check on ZIP files. On top of that, the app provides real-time protection while browsing the web and will scan files as you download them and apps as you install them. Along with that, you’ll find links to test the service for yourself, a host of video tutorials, and a gorgeous, Material Design inspired interface complete with video tutorials on how to use it. It’s totally free and it’s available right now in the Google Play Store.

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Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! Here are your headlines for this week:

  • Earlier this week, Facebook announced that it was bringing 360-degree videos to your news feed. This is likely to keep pace with YouTube which has supported VR style videos for some time. The feature is already rolling out for Android and on the web with iOS getting it later for once.
  • Google Play is giving away a ton of free music this week with their “Very Best of” collection of music. Some of the free music you can get is 311, Elvis, Frank Sinatra, Sly & The Family Stone, and many others. Check it out while you still can!
  • Both the Max Payne and Grand Theft Auto series of games are currently on sale in the Google Play Store. These are two franchises known for their high quality game play and long stories. You’ll want to take advantage of this deal if you can, while you can.
  • Monument Valley developers ustwo have announced that they’ll be releasing a VR game called Land’s End. It’s done up with the same awesome design the company is known for and it’ll be launching on October 30th. The only issue is that it’ll be exclusively for the Samsung Gear VR.
  • The latest Humble Bundle is out! This time around you can find games such as Real Boxing, Great Little War Game 2, Tiny Guardians, and more. The average price is less than $ 5 right now and this is a great lineup of games even for a Humble Bundle. Check it out!

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fifa 16 ultimate team Android Apps WeeklyFIFA 16 Ultimate Team

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
FIFA 16 Ultimate Team is the latest iteration of the popular FIFA franchise on mobile and it’s now available to everyone on the Google Play Store. The game features graphical enhancements from last year’s version along with updated rosters, a new engine for better controls and AI, and more. It boasts 10,000 players from 500 licensed teams and, of course, the all-important Ultimate Team functionality returns. It’s free to play and it’s already fairly popular.

Get it now on Google Play!


stick with android Android Apps WeeklyStick with Android

[Price: Free]
In response to the perceived insult that was Apple’s Move to iOS, another Android developer released Stick with Android. The premise is simple, you click the button and you get to stick with Android. Of course, the app doesn’t really do anything, but it’s a tongue-in-cheek gesture to mock Apple’s application. If you want to check it out, the link is below. It’s worth reading the 5-star reviews at the very least.

Get it now on Google Play!

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khan academy Android Apps WeeklyKhan Academy

[Price: Free]
Khan Academy has been around for a while but the application has been in beta. With their most recent update, the application has been released to the public to decent reviews so far. For those who don’t know, Khan Academy is a learning platform where you can brush up on old knowledge and obtain some new knowledge. Included is 10,000 instructional videos and complete syncing between your device and their web interface. It’s also free.

Get it now on Google Play!

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outlook groups Android Apps WeeklyOutlook Groups

[Price: Free]
Outlook Groups is a new application out of Microsoft that is meant to be used with their newly released Microsoft Office 2016. With it you can engage with other people with an Office 365 account and you can do things like participate in email conversations, share photos, collaborate using OneNote, and edit Office documents with other people. It’s provides a great deal of functionality and it’s worth a shot if you have or plan to get Office 2016.

Get it now on Google Play!

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eternity warriors 4 Android Apps WeeklyEternity Warriors 4

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Last up this week is Eternity Warriors 4. This is the latest iteration of the popular Eternity Warriors franchise. In this hack-and-slash RPG, you’ll engage in a quest to defeat bad guys and collect tons of loot. The title features guilds, PvP battles in an arena, and the developers are adding new events to play through on a pretty consistent basis. It has some release day bugs but we imagine those will get ironed out sooner or later.

Get it now on Google Play!


Wrap up

If we missed any great Android apps or games news that we shouldn’t have, tell us about it in the comments! Thanks for reading and we’ll see you next week!

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7 best Android apps for musicians and music makers


best guitar tuner apps for Android

The mobile boom brought forth a world of opportunities to creative individuals – especially musicians. Gone are the days when these artists were bound to full studio equipment (which costs fortunes) in order to get anything done. Professional music makers still need those, but our smartphones and tablets are more than capable of taking a quantifiable load of work.

What really makes us grind our teeth here at Android Authority is the fact that Apple has had a foothold on the music industry for a long time (in terms of mobile music making, at least). This is changing, as there is a plethora of Android developers making great apps for musicians, but we need to dig deeper into the platform in order to understand what’s going on.

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Apple wasn’t doing amazingly well among musicians only because of its fame and widespread support; Android devices did have a limitation, which proved to be a huge slow-down. iOS has offered audio low-latency for a long time, something Google only implemented with the introduction of Android 5.0 Lollipop, along with multi-channel audio stream mixing and USB audio support.

With these changes in place, and considering Android does own the market in terms of numbers, we are sure to see some great developers getting on board with our favorite mobile OS. In the meantime, we would like to share some great apps any musician and music maker should take a look at.

Guitar Tuner Free (previously known as Guitar Tuna)

This app’s design is great, and I love having it around to tune my instruments. Mostly because it has support for tuning multiple instruments, including guitar, bass and ukulele (my personal favorite). It includes games for learning to play, a metronome and a design that makes it a breeze to use.

Serious musicians will also love that it touts “award-winning audio technology” and “professional accuracy for advanced players”. And with over 5 million downloads, this app sure has its fair amount of popularity.

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Lyrically

Even the best of musicians forget lyrics, so it’s always convenient to have a lyric app around, just in case you need it. This application grants access to lyrics for more than a million songs, something considered to be heaven-sent to many cover musicians around. Lyrically can even recognize the music you are playing on your phone and present the right lyrics on the screen.

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Pro Metronome

Having trouble syncing to a beat? Metronomes are no longer just tools that need to sit on top of a table. You can carry it around in your pocket, thanks to the power of our smartphones. Pro Metronome was a hit on iOS, and us Android users can also take advantage of it now.

Sure, other tuning apps include metronomes, but this one is far superior. The user can choose between many timing styles. Users can also “access subdivisions, poly-rhythm settings, and create complex patterns with triplets, dotted notes, and non-standard time signatures” if they purchase the Pro version. It’s also more precise than a real, mechanical metronome, as it’s not affected by friction, air resistance and other natural factors.

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RecForge Pro

Musicians love their high quality sound recording. Sound needs to be as pristine as possible, and even though mobile is not quite up there with studio standards, I have to say RecForge Pro is about the closest you can get to the real deal.

RecForge Pro is a serious audio recorder. It can record in mp3, ogg or wav, and you can convert audio files between those formats, as well. It has support for storing clips in the cloud, and one can even edit these sound clips before doing anything with them. There’s a wide array of settings and tools for making your sound as perfect as possible.

I will advice that you get a good microphone to use with your handset, as phones usually don’t have the best microphones integrated.

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Walk Band

How many times have you gotten inspired during your commute to the city, without an instrument within reach to hear how well your new song ideas work out? After all, music often sounds very different in your mind than it does coming out of an instrument.

Walk Band is meant to be more of a creative music-making app, with multi-track recording and a series of digital instruments you can play around with. That’s all fun, but I use it more as a tool for translating my thoughts into sound waves when on-the-go. Maybe you will find it just as convenient, so give it a go!

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DJ Studio 5

Here is one area where Android is still a bit behind, with apps like Traktor DJ putting all their chips on Apple. That’s not to say there aren’t some good DJing Android apps out there, though. One of my favorites is DJ Studio 5. It’s completely free and all they make money on are skins. No ads, no hidden charges, no catch.

DJ Studio 5 is simple enough to welcome beginners, yet it has its good share of more complex features for the advances DJs out there. You at least have to try their unique scratch system and disk physics!

Caustic 3

Sadly, we are far from getting anything similar to Garage Band, which continues to be a great tool even for some serious musicians. With that said, w can also say there are some great apps like Caustic 3 around, which allow us to create music from our mobile devices.

This app’s design is inspired by rack-mount synthesizers, which I say give it an awesome style. You can choose from a wide variety of synthesizers and different sounds. It’s fun and it’s free to use. You will need to pay $ 9.99 if you want the ability to save or export your projects, though.

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Which apps do you use for making music?

Of course, this is all the opinion of one humble musician here. I am sure many of you have found great uses for other apps, and maybe you even have better alternatives to the ones I happen to love. Whatever the case may be, please do share your thoughts on the comments below.

Do you use any of these apps? Which are your favorite applications for making music?

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Top 10 Android Apps of March 2015


Top 10 Android Apps of March 2015

Beau HD gives us ten of the best apps for Android from the month of March 2015. Some of the apps in the video are new, some of them received updates, and some of them are just plain awesome…

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15 best Android keyboard apps


15 best Android keyboard apps

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12 best Android email apps


Email best Android email apps
Email is one of the oldest forms of internet communication and one of the few from “the good old days” that we still use today. Email has evolved quite a bit since the old days but how we use and process emails has changed very little. Despite that, some still seem to be able to do it better than others. In this roundup, we’ll take a look at the best Android email apps.


AOSP Email best Android email appsAOSP Email

[Price: Free]
The good old AOSP Email is first on our list because it’s a classic and has been around since the earliest days of Android. Of course, it’s been updated, refined, and redesigned multiple times since it was first created and that’s why it’s one of the best on the list. It supports pretty much all of the most popular email clients and has a clean design that is easy to use. It is important to keep in mind that this is a very basic email client. If you need something more feature rich and powerful, this is not the one you should be using.
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AOSP Email best Android email apps


Aqua Mail best Android email appsAqua Mail

[Price: Free / $ 4.95]
Aqua Mail is an email client with a little bit more power and a lot of peripheral features. It allows for Exchange and IMAP accounts but also allows integration with Office 365, OAUTH2 for Gmail, and it has support for Tasker and Light Flow along with a number of other apps. It’s been updated with a fresh Material Design look that helps keep it with the times in terms of design. The pro version allows you to set up more than two email accounts and removes the promo signature from outgoing emails.
Get it on Google Play
aqua mail best Android email app


blue mail best Android email appBlue Mail

[Price: Free]
Blue Mail is another simple but elegant email solution that supports a metric ton of email accounts including Yahoo, Gmail, iCloud, Office365, and others. It has a simple interface similar to AOSP Email with a few unique tweaks here and there. Along with the standard features, you can also do a bunch of other things like set quiet hours for when you don’t want notifications, set emails to send at a later time or date, configurable menus, and a lot more. There are even some security features like locking up your personal emails.
Get it on Google Play
blue mail best Android email app


cloudmagic best emails appsCloudMagic

[Price: Free / $ 4.99/month]
CloudMagic burst into the scene a little more recently than others. It has some Material Design elements but remains fairly minimal and that helps it feel more efficient and useful. It supports multiple accounts from a number of email providers and all of the standard features. Its most unique feature is the integration of various tools like Todoist, Asana, MailChimp, Pocket, Evernote, and others to help include your emails more fluidly in your workflow which is really useful. It recently updated with a new subscription model that wants $ 60/year for a few additional features but the free version should suffice for most.
Get it on Google Play


Mail Wise best Android email appsEmail for Exchange – Mail Wise

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
One of the more difficult features to get right for most email apps is Exchange support and this app aims to be the one that Exchange users should use. It’s not perfect but it’s solid and reliable and uses a message-style email thread system that makes email conversations easier to read. Despite the focus being on Microsoft Exchange, you can also add other email accounts. It’s completely free with the in-app purchases being optional developer donations.
Get it on Google Play


Gmail 2015 best Android email appsGmail

[Price: Free]
For many, the road need go no further than Gmail. It contains the latest in Google’s design standards and comes complete with Google Now and Google Drive support. It’s frequently updated, provides a stable experience, and evolves every time Android does. Recent updates also allow for Microsoft Office support, the management of multiple accounts, and Android Lollipop optimizations. Most people who have just a Gmail account for their Android devices don’t need anything more than this.
Get it on Google Play


inbox by gmail best android email appsInbox by Gmail

[Price: Free]
Inbox by Gmail is a different take on email from Google and the same team that brought you Gmail. It features heavier integration with Google Now along with advanced label management and a “newsfeed” style email layout. When it first debuted, a lot of pundits found it confusing and too “in your face” to be useful, but as the platform has grown, so has the positive opinions about Inbox. It’s a solid email application and a must-try if you also use Google Now heavily.
Get it on Google Play


K-9 Mail best Android email appsK-9 Mail

[Price: Free]
K-9 Mail is one of the oldest email clients on Android and has garnered considerable respect over the years. It still utilizes an older, minimal interface that’s almost similar to Reddit but it manages to be easy to use and efficient. It’s also open source which is great if you’re a fan of FOSS. It has a basic set of features which is good for those of you who don’t need anything complicated or overly powerful. It’s also totally free.
Get it on Google Play
K-9 Mail best Android email apps


Mail.RU best Android email appsMail.Ru

[Price: Free]
Mail.Ru is an enigma. It’s not a name that gets thrown a lot in the email game but it has silently amassed over ten million downloads to date and has accumulated a 4.5 out of 5 rating in the Google Play Store. It has multi-account support, advanced search, notification filtering, and a built-in spam filter. The interface is clean and looks a little bit like an older version of Gmail which isn’t bad at all. It’s totally free and has a decent design and feature set.
Get it on Google Play
MailRU best Android email apps


myMail best Android email appsmyMail

[Price: Free]
myMail is a slightly antiquated email app with a decent list of features. It supports most popular email services including Google, Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo, and even AOL. The interface is a tweaked Holo which means it’s easy to navigate and use. There isn’t much that helps this one stand out other than its wide range of supported protocols and decent interface but sometimes that’s all people need. This is also the official email client of my.com and you can use extra features if you have a my.com email address.
Get it on Google Play
mymail best Android email apps


WeMail best android email appsWeMail

[Price: Free]
WeMail was released in late 2014 and with it came some unique ideas. The main feature is its interface. It uses a modified Material Design, sorts emails by sender rather than chronologically, and shows emails in a messaging format. This gives the email experience an entirely different feel than normal and for some, it’s really good. Also included is the ability to search messages and attachments separately, one-touch voice emails, and access to all files you’ve ever sent or received to others. The only major downside is that it doesn’t work with as many email services as these others.
Get it on Google Play


yahoo mail best Android email appsYahoo Mail

[Price: Free]
Yahoo Mail is last on our list and it remains one of the best ways to use Yahoo Mail. Other than the basic email features, Yahoo has also integrated a news section in with email so you can literally check your mail and read the news at the same time which may be a nice feature for some. Obviously, only Yahoo users can use it and much like other official apps, Yahoo Mail users can simply do more than they probably could in other clients.
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Wrap up

If we missed any great Android email apps, let us know in the comments!

To see our complete list of Android apps and games lists, click here!

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10 best indie Android apps and Android games of 2014


Best indie android apps and games 2014
As many of our regular readers know, we here at Android Authority do an indie app of the day to show off some of the good stuff that smaller developer studios (and individuals) are doing. Many of them are very good attempts but seem to be missing a little something to make them truly great but every now and then something truly special comes across the desk. In this roundup, we’ll take a look at ten of those truly special indie Android apps and games from 2014.


BitLit best Indie Android appsBitLit

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
BitLit the app still has some work that needs to be done but the premise is one of the most promising of any indie app I reviewed this year. BitLit lets you scan your bookshelf (read: physical books) and tries to find you free versions of those books in ebook format or at least tries to find them for you super cheap so you can digitize your book collection. They have a long, steep road ahead of them but the idea is just fantastic and the app is free to try if you’re interested.
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buff knight best indie android apps and android gamesBuff Knight

[Price: Free / $ 0.99]
Buff Knight is a fun, albeit short game that mixes the infinite runner-style game play with a few RPG elements. There are two modes of game play and as you play, you unlock new items, collect gold, tap fairies, and kill bad guys. Both the free and paid version contains the core game with the paid version removing advertisements. There is also Google Play Games achievements for those who want that. It’s not a very long game but it was developed by just one guy so it’s forgivable. We hope to see a Buff Knight 2 someday.
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buff knight best indie android apps and android games


brilliant quotes best indie android appsBrilliant Quotes and Quotations

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
It’s hard to believe that we’re talking about a quotes app in 2014 but alas Brilliant Quotes and Quotations did well enough to get a mention here. The app is solidly designed with a calm brown and gray layout and contains 3600 quotes from over 260 visionaries. That’s roughly one quote a day for just under 10 years. It’s free with in app purchases if you’re interested and sometimes we could all use a word of wisdom.
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brilliant quotes best indie android apps


complete ear trainer best indie android apps and gamesComplete Ear Trainer

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Complete Ear Trainer is a niche application but one that really stood out in terms of its solid design standard and unique blend of app and game. It is a reference app that teaches people how to tune and identify music notes by ear. It utilizes 150 drills over four levels and 28 chapters. However, it also has things like Google Play Games achievements and other backend elements that make it feel more like a game than a learning app. We really liked that hybrid combo and it brings a really special experience to those who use this app.
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complete ear trainer best indie android apps and games


godville best indie android apps and gamesGodville

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Godville is a unique text-based game where you play the roll of God and you watch over a warrior. The warrior “tweets” his thoughts and adventures and you read them and react. You can perform miracles, punishments, and try to control the character. He may or may not listen and you may punish or reward him accordingly. There is no game play whatsoever so it may bore some people but it’s still very interesting and surprisingly fun considering that you don’t actually have to do anything.
Get it on Google Play
godville best indie android apps and games


oops applock best indie android apps and android gamesOops! AppLock

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Oops! AppLock is a very unique security application. What it does is lock selected applications behind a fake splash screen and the only way to unlock it is to enter the code. The code can be set by the user and uses the volume keys. An example of a code would be volume up, volume up, volume down, volume down. Users can create their own custom images that pop up or leave them as they are to make unsuspecting nosy people think the app froze or crashed. It’s a little rough around the edges but effective.
Get it on Google Play
oops applock best indie android apps and android games


Payback 2 best indie android apps and android gamesPayback 2

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Payback 2 is a perfect example of what happens when you base your game around the idea of having constant chaos. Players can play online or solo in various game modes such as races and all out deathmatches. Each match takes place in an open world that players can actively explore although it’s not always recommended because usually other players are trying to kill you. There is a variety of weapons and vehicles as well as weekly, daily, and hourly challenges to try to keep things fresh.
Get it on Google Play
Payback 2 best indie android apps and android games


potential beta best indie android apps and android gamesPotential beta

[Price: Free]
Potential Beta is an Android app that allows you to sync the Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and battery status across all of your devices. You can also toggle Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on those other devices if you so choose which is a nice touch. This is definitely a fun management app if you have multiple devices, has a decent design, and it’s also free. Recent updates also added Android Wear support, a Chrome extension, and more.
Get it on Google Play
potential beta best indie android apps and android games


roughanimator best indie android apps and gamesRoughAnimator

[Price: $ 1.99]
RoughAnimator has been a favorite of mine since I reviewed it. It’s a drawing app that lets you draw the various frames in an animation then put them together to create a short animated video. It works best on tablets and large phones (and with a stylus). It has a host of basic animation features and in many cases, the biggest limitation is only your imagination. It’s not a professional grade animation app but it definitely comes closer than pretty much everything else in the Play Store right now.
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stuffmerge best indie android apps and gamesStuffMerge Clipboard Composer

[Price: Free]
Last up this year is StuffMerge Clipboard Composer. This new and unique take on the copy/paste mechanism allows you to compose notes and lists using the stuff that you copy around your device. Then you can choose to send or share that note or list to others via the usual sources. It’s definitely a niche app but the frequent copy/paster can find a lot of uses for an app like this. It’s also totally free so it doesn’t hurt to check it out.
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stuffmerge best indie android apps and games


Wrap up

If we missed any lesser known, indie Android apps or Android games, let us know in the comments!

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Google shares its list of best apps of 2014


Google Best Apps of 2014

With American Thanskgiving under our belts, somewhat literally, many of us have turned thoughts to the next big event. If you were thinking Christmas, this article is for you, but if you were thinking about ‘best of’ lists for 2014, you’re thinking what Google is thinking.

The Google Play Store now has their Best Apps of 2014 page up and running.

Google is not the only ones to share favorite apps lists, as I am sure most of our readers are familiar, every week our apps guy Joe Hindy puts out a segment called Google Play Weekly. Also, I promise, we’ve got our own best of lists for 2014 coming soon.

Google Play Weekly Android apps

Included in Google’s best of 2014 list are some of your favorite apps, many of which are more than expected to make this list, including Link Bubble, IFTTT, SoundHound, Secret and Google Fit.

A few of the apps on the list that were not as expected, include Frontback, Monki, Obscure and Rundavoo. Not to suggest that these apps are not worthy of Google’s best of 2014 list, just that there is a good chance many have never heard of these apps. That said, there are no games on this list, leading us to believe that Google will have more ‘best of’ lists coming.

Be sure to check out Google’s Best Apps of 2014 list, then stay tuned for many more best of lists to come soon.

Are there any surprises for you on Google’s Best Apps of 2014 list?

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