Want some new android apps and games for your android mobile in this month.
Here we make a list of 10 new best android apps and games for your android mobile in July 2016. All these newly launched apps are free available on Google Play Store.
10 Best new Android apps of July 2016
1. File Commander – File Manager
I’ve been a user of ES File Explorer since the day I started using Android, but over the past few months, it’s progressively gotten worse and worse. I’ve been on the hunt for a new option for a long time and recently the option I settled on was File Commander – File Manager.
File Commander is a complete file manager that allows you to handle any file on your Android device via a clean and intuitive interface. You can also separately handle libraries of pictures, music, videos, documents, as well as rename, delete, move, zip and send with just a few taps.
2. Slash Keyboard – Search Inside a Keyboard
You may have missed it, but last month Google announced their first keyboard for iOS: ‘GBoard‘. This new keyboard adds search functionality directly into the keyboard app and it looks incredible, however it’s exclusive to the iOS platform. It’ll be coming to Android eventually, but for now we’re left waiting (impatiently). Thankfully, there’s an alternative. Slash Keyboard has been around for a while, but in the wake of GBoard’s announcement it has become a even more enticing.
Like GBoard, Slash offers search functionality within the keyboard app itself. You can perform and then send searches from the app as well as sending GIFs, videos, and more. It has integration with a bunch of different services as well including YouTube, Spotify, Google Maps, Twitter, Amazon, and yes, Giphy.
3. Boomerang Notifications
Boomerang Notifications is a fun little app that helps you store your notifications to remind you to do things later on. The basic idea is that you activate the app and when you get notifications, you get the option to put it away in Boomerang until you feel like dealing with it. Boomerang isn’t the first app to do this, but this one is completely free and seems to work well for the most part. It doesn’t work with all notifications, but it works with enough of them to potentially be useful.
4. Weather Mate – MIUI Style Weather app
Weather M8 – an application that provides detailed information about the weather forecast for your current location or manually selected city. The app allows you to view not only current data, but also the hourly forecast and the forecast for 5 days in advance.
WARNING: stock MIUI widgets and dynamic icon will NOT work with this app by default!
Do you like MIUI8 style? Try this application.
5. Dead Effect 2 – FPS Game
Looking to push the boundaries of mobile gaming to another level, Dead Effect 2 is a console-quality action sci-fi shooter with RPG elements. Follow the enticing storyline, train and develop your character, collect and upgrade weapons, gear and high-tech body implants.
CONSOLE-QUALITY GRAPHICS AND SOUND
• breathtaking graphics using the latest Android & NVIDIA technology
• realistic ragdoll effects and stunning environments
• narrated by professional voice actors
• atmospheric soundtrack and movie-quality sound effects
RPG LAYER WITH DEEP CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
• 3 personas = 3 different personalities
• character training and development
• unique system of 100+ upgradable body implants and gear sets
• 40+ upgradable weapons
IMMERSIVE GAMEPLAY WITH CUSTOMIZABLE CONTROLS
• 20+ hours of campaign gameplay and 10+ hours of special missions
• elaborate system of achievements
• full controller support
• fully customizable on-screen controls
6. Slither.io – Online Multiplayer Game
Play against other people online! Can you become the longest player?
If your head touches another player, you will explode and then it’s game over. But if others run into YOU, then THEY will explode, and you can eat their remains!
In slither.io, you have a chance to win even if you’re tiny. You can swerve in front of a much larger player to defeat them, no matter how big you are!
Download now and start slithering! Good luck!
7. Mekorama – House Puzzle Game
Mekorama is a puzzle game where you must use various angles and movements to solve puzzles and progress to the next level. It’s not quite as intricate as something like Monument Valley, but it’s a fairly relaxing title that’s perfect if you have a few minutes to kill. The graphics are simple as are the controls and you should have no problem jumping right in. The game is completely free to play forever with the in-app purchases being for optional donations if you choose to reward the developer for their efforts.
8. Geometry Dash Lite – Addictive Game
One of my Favorite mobile game.
Jump and fly your way through danger in this rhythm-based action platformer!
Prepare for a near impossible challenge in the world of Geometry Dash. Push your skills to the limit as you jump, fly and flip your way through dangerous passages and spiky obstacles.
Simple one touch game play that will keep you entertained for hours!
9. Flow Free – Puzzle Game
Flow Free® is a simple yet addictive puzzle game.
Connect matching colors with pipe to create a Flow®. Pair all colors, and cover the entire board to solve each puzzle in Flow Free. But watch out, pipes will break if they cross or overlap!
Free play through hundreds of levels, or race against the clock in Time Trial mode. Flow Free gameplay ranges from simple and relaxed, to challenging and frenetic, and everywhere in between. How you play is up to you. So, give Flow Free a try, and experience “mind like water”!
10. Memrise – Learn New Languages
Learn new languages is very easy with the help of this app.
Experience the joy of being multilingual without the pain of studying hard! Explore dozens of languages and start a learning journey that is fuelled by Memory
Learn new words in bite-sized and easy lessons, then practice with game modes that boost different aspects of your memory, they’re fun AND helpful!
Millions of people worldwide use Memrise to learn over 100 different languages, including Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Japanese, Korean, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Russian, Arabic, and many more.
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