Top 5 Android apps of this week

Hundreds of new apps are being released daily and the roster of available choices makes it hard to pick an app to download, so here is a list of five new apps that you might want to try out on your Android powered device:

Google Stadia

The Google Stadia doesn’t really need any sort of introduction as it made headlines worldwide recently. Google’s game streaming service promises a solution for people who want to play games but lack a designated high – power system. The only requirements to fully enjoy gaming with Stadia is a decent Wi-Fi connection and the app itself.  Depending on the device you are utilizing, the capabilities of your network and the game itself, the Stadia can sustain a 4K resolution at steadily 60fps. 

The Google Stadia app can be easily downloaded from the Google Play Store.

Playpost: listen to articles

The Playpost app helps users be updated with the latest news that they are interested in by simply listening to them while continuing their mundane activities, like playing sports or chilling on the sofa, from the comfort of your living room. The app is available in a total of 28 languages and it does just what it promises: It reads news, stories, content of the user’s choice, articles and blog posts.

The main advantage of the app is the fact that it is very intuitive and easy to use, allowing users to customize their playlists and pick different criteria, including the voice of the narrator (there are over 240 different voices available) and the reading speed. The app is free (but only allows for 30 minutes of reading per month in this version) and it doesn’t feature any sort of offline capabilities at the moment. There are two paid subscriptions available. 

PewDiePie’s Pixelings 

PewDiePie is perhaps the most famous internet celebrity worldwide and every now and then, a mobile game associated with him is released. The newest PewDiePie game, Pixelings, is very addictive: Its objective is simple: liberate the inhabitants of Pixeland from the invaders and bring peace to the other worlds. However, in practice, the game isn’t as simple as it sounds. 

The game is full of nice animations and compelling gameplay. It requires patience in some levels, but it’s overall a very pleasant experience. The game is free but there are some microtransactions available.

Here is a teaser video for the game:

Vivid Music

Vivid Music is a new application dedicated to music lovers, offering a platform which allows users to listen to different types of songs freely. It’s basically a very intuitive music player that helps you discover new songs and artists and ultimately share them among your friends. Additionally, the app features free YouTube videos.

The UI is simple, clean and modern, but ads are present and can be annoying at times. 

Cannon Shot!

Cannon Shot! Is a captivating puzzle game that allows players to kill time whenever they desire to do so. The purpose of the game is to move objects in such a way to ultimately maneuver the directions of the balls fired from the cannons. The game looks nice, featuring modern graphics, various scenarios and the ability to gain access to new cannons. Unfortunately, Cannon Shot has a weak spot consisting in the persistent advertising at the end of every game. This is a usual trait for free to download games and might not be such a big inconvenience for those who are already used to it.

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