Best of the Best Android Apps & Games Reviewed by Expert Reviewers at AndroidTapp.com [Week 29 Recap]
Jul 24, 2011 9:01 AM –
Here are 8 best of the best Android apps our expert and trusted reviewers evaluated just last week! Be sure to check out Amazon’s free app of the day calendar plus catch up on top Android news you may have missed. We’ve included convenient one-click tools below to easily download or buy these top app picks:
Best Android apps reviewed July 17, 2011 – July 23, 2011. Check out the previous week’s best Android apps reviewed…
Diversion is a new, fun-packed 3D platformer that is as addictive as it is beautiful. Guide your running character to the end of the level, collect stars and gems and avoid the spikes and lasers. Requiring a high-end device to pull off the lustrous 3D environments, the game has a huge 100 levels across 3 different worlds. It has over 150 cool characters to unlock and bosses to battle. Highly original, there just isn’t a game quite like Diversion.
CNBC Real-Time for Android
CNBC Real-Time for Android – real-time stock quotes, watchlists, news, videos & more. The CNBC Real-Time App for Android gives you free access to real-time stock quotes – before, during and after market hours, directly from both the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ Marketplace. Additionally, you will get CNBC breaking news alerts, top news stories & analysis, and access to the latest CNBC business video clips, CEO interviews and market updates via CNBC video-on-demand. The CNBC Real-Time App allows you to create and track your favorite company stocks live, in real-time and interact with a custom CNBC Ticker.
Safari! HD. This is the new addictive time killer for Android. Your aim is to connect as much matching animals as possible. But you can only connect neighbor animals. Just swipe your finger across matching neighboring animals to connect them. Longer chains give more points!
Battleheart. A unique blend of charming art, simple controls and surprising depth! Create a unique party of heroes, and lead them in frantic real-time battles against monsters of ever increasing power. Lay waste to your foes with dozens of unique special powers as you gain experience, upgrade your party’s equipment, and craft them into the ultimate battle force!
Jet Car Stunts
Jet Car Stunts is part racing game, part platformer. The challenge is not other drivers and it is not a race, rather you contend the track itself. Seemingly set high in the stratosphere, your driving will have to be spot on if you are to avoid either a crash or plummeting to earth. The game is delightfully fast, 3D and a genuine challenge to play.
Free (w/ ads in Android Market), $3.99 (Pro on Amazon)
SuperBox Pro is a 10-in-1, ‘Swiss army knife’ of useful tools, recently featured as an Amazon Free App of the Day. It includes: Memory and CPU Manager, Battery Monitor, Installer, Uninstaller, Apps to SD card transfer (Apps2SD), Cache Cleaner, Task Killer, Settings, File Manager and finally a Safeguard function which determines the risk levels of certain apps. Each of these functions can be performed by a number of individual apps, but SuperBox Pro puts these all in one simple application.
New Scientist (Beta) is a scientific news application, an Android foray for the New Scientist magazine. This smooth and functional news reader is suitable for all and you don’t have to be a brain surgeon or a biochemist to appreciate it. Stories fall into a number of categories including space, tech, health and the environment- so there is plenty of regularly updated articles to read and shared.
Zenonia 2. Rebirth of ZENONIA, the Benchmark of Classic Action RPG. The Lost Memories has been highly enhanced in every aspect compared to the original. Full character and control customization, four characters following individual epic storylines, three different modes, asynchronous online PvP feature and an extended world of ZENONIA guarantee greater enjoyment!
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