5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Google Play Weekly


Next Lock Screen best designed android apps of 2014Next Lock Screen

[Price: Free]
Next Lock Screen is a lock screen replacement app from Microsoft that received a huge update this last week. The lock screen now has music player controls, MMS support, instant messaging support for Skype, Line, and Google Hangouts, and the usual array of bug fixes and performance improvements. It’s still totally free with no in app purchase if you want to check it out.
Get it on Google Play

cloudmagic android appsCloudMagic Email

[Price: Free / $4.99 per month]
CloudMagic received a bit update this week that has had some mixed reactions. They have started a new subscription service for $4.99 per month that users can get in on to access new features and functionality. For now the feature list is pretty short but the developer says it will get longer as time goes. Also, all the features of the free version remain free but we still remain dubious about spending $60 per year on an email client.
Get it on Google Play

Asana android appsAsana Mobile

[Price: Free]
Asana is a task management service aimed at teams of people. You can organize tasks and assign tasks to people on a larger scale. This last week, they released a huge update to their Android app. It is not a native Android app instead of HMTL5 and it comes with Material Design, gesture controls, and more features. It’s still not amazing but it’s definitely a bit step forward.
Get it on Google Play
Asana android apps

libreoffice viewer beta android appsLibreOffice Viewer Beta

[Price: Free]
LibreOffice Viewer Beta is a document viewing app that is now on Android. People have been clamoring for LibreOffice on Android for some time and this seems to be the first step to making that happen. It is in beta and it is rough so we recommend that only those interested in helping test give it a shot. Aside from that, it’s nice to see LibreOffice on Android, even in this limited form for right now.
Get it on Google Play
libreoffice viewer beta android apps

field trip android appsField Trip

[Price: Free]
Last up this week is the Niantic Labs app Field Trip. It’s essentially a guidebook that shows you interesting landmarks and tidbits about the city you’re in. It received a big update this last week with more Material Design, new content, and the boilerplate bug fixes and performance improvements. If you play Ingress or you like exploring, you should have this.
Get it on Google Play


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