Here we collect some of the best android apps for your smartphone for this week in January 2017.
7 Best Android App of this Week January 2017
1. Core – Mobile Games Video
Core is a multi-media platform for those who like to watch video games being live streamed. It features prominent streams from a variety of hosts that are easily accessible. You can also find streams from Twitch, YouTube, and other sources without having to switch apps. The app design is a bit cluttered, but it isn’t too difficult to learn how to use. It’s a good spot to find some popular game streams very quickly if you like that sort of thing. The app is also free
2. Sky Dancer
Sky Dancer is a beautifully done infinite runner. The game has you jumping from platform to platform while also making dramatically large jumps down on to other parts of the level. It features simple controls, minimalist graphics, and a fun little soundtrack to keep you in the mood. It also has ten characters, various challenges, leaderboards, and more. It’s a bit simple, but it’s excellent for killing a few minutes. It’s also a freemium game just in case you wanted to know.
3. Guitar Tuner Free- Fender Tune
ender released their first Android app. It’s a guitar tuner app which doesn’t come as much of a surprise. The app is very simple with clear controls and functionality. It has 22 available tunings, including standard, DADGAD, Drop C, Drop D, as well as half steps and full steps up and down. There are also some tuning tips, manual tuning (if you tune by ear), and more. It’s not the most innovative guitar tuner we’ve ever seen. However, it’s simple, clean, and completely free to use.
4. Pokémon Duel
Pokemon Duel isn’t really a new game on mobile. It was originally released in Japan under a different name. It was then given an English translation and released in international markets last week after about a year of being out. This game is a strategy board game where your goal is to move your characters into the opponent’s goal. You’ll have six Pokemon, various tactical options, and more. It’s a freemium game and it has some issues, but it’s free to download if you want to try it out.
5. Posture – be mindful.
Posture is an application that tries to modernize your posture. The app theorizes that we look at our phones an average of 85 times a day. As it turns out, we’ve probably been doing it all wrong. The app uses the sensors in your phone to detect when you’re holding the phone in a neck-straining position. It will then let you know and you can adjust accordingly. The ultimate goal is to improve your posture while using your phone. It’s completely free if you want to try it out.
6. Contacts +
Contacts+ is a true all-in-one contacts, dialer, sms and call log app that makes it easy to connect with friends and block unwanted people, telemarketers and spam via caller ID & block. Whether it’s a call or sms – you’re always in control.
7. Star Wars™: Force Arena
Star Wars: Force Arena is an action-adventure game featuring everyone’s favorite galaxy from far, far away. The game features third person, freemium style combat mechanics. You’ll have to assemble a team from 80 available characters. You’ll also be able to form guilds with friends, upgrade your characters, and you’ll be able to compete with other players to earn in-game rewards. It’s a freemium game through and through so make sure to temper your expectations accordingly.
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