Best Android Apps 19.10.12
This week we have taken a look at the best android apps out there, from gaming, photography or organisation apps we have it covered!
First up, we have Bad Piggies , the latest puzzle game to arrive from Rovio, the makers of the popular game Angry Birds. The slightly odd looking green pigs take the spotlight in this highly addictive game, in which you have to build vehicles to travel through different obstacle courses throughout the levels
Starting out with simple building to get you started and leading to you creating crazy flying machines using fans, balloons, sandbags and engines, but that’s not the only part, you have to make sure your vehicle makes it through all the drops, bumps and obstructions to get to its finishing point. With 72 levels and free updates, Bad Piggies will definitely keep you busy on the way to work, just don’t miss your stop!
Download Bad Piggies to your Android device here
Next up, We have Pudding camera, a stunning photography app, which allows you to get your creative photography skills impress your friends. With a great selection of camera lenses to choose from, such as the fish eye, triplex, panorama and motion 4 by 4 lenses.
There is also a great choice of different films to choose from like the old school black and white and vivid, you can change the look and feel you want and then get shooting. You won’t need to go in and out of photography apps again, as you have everything right there.
Download Pudding Camera to your Android device here
Next up we have Catch Notes, an app that will do its best to organise your life as well as giving you a place to off load your ideas and share them with whoever you like.
You can use text notes, voice memos and capture ideas with your camera and store them in a space for a specific subject. You can even track private checklists with a friend, use tags to label your notes and set location based reminders. With so many different features you wont be lost in organising all the different aspects in your life and your friends.
Download Catch to your Android device here
Next up we have Foodspotting, is a handy app to get you exploring your nearest restaurants and their dishes. You can browse through all the recommended dishes and highlight them for you to try. You are given a map for each dish, so you can track it down and experience it for yourself.
Once you tried a dish you can then rate it. Even you can add to the selection, when you find a hotspot, you can take a picture within the app and share your discovery. A great app to tickle your taste buds and try to something new.
Download Foodspotting to your Android device here
Finally, we have Huebrix, a puzzle game which will test your visual, spatial and logical senses. You have to solve each level by dragging colour bricks through a path to fill out the puzzle grid, although it may sound easy, you only have a certain amount of bricks to use.
As the levels get higher, the puzzles get harder, some special blocks appear to either give you a clue or act as a challenge for you to solve. If you get stuck you can get hints to help you finish a puzzle. There are over 400 levels for you to complete, so what are you waiting for get downloading.
Download Huebrix to your Android device here
Hopefully these free Android apps will keep you busy until we do our next round up!
What are your favourite Android apps at the moment? Tell us in the comments below…
by Tom Clint
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