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Google’s newly released Cloud Print app lets Android users send documents and photos to their Wi-Fi connected printers. It’s a handy app that’s usefulness propelled it to the lead position on today’s Apps Worth Downloading list. Following Cloud Print is StudyBlue, an app for making study flashcards and connecting with other students to help maximize study efficiency. Finally, Beejumbled puts a new twist on Boggle-like word scramble games.
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New Android apps worth downloading: Cloud Print, StudyBlue, Beejumbled
New Android apps worth downloading: Foursquare and Yahoo! Sports updates, Despicable Me: Minion Rush
We’ve got a pair of updates leading the charge on today’s apps worth downloading list. First is an update to Foursquare, the social location app, which makes its search function even more functional. Also on the list is Yahoo! Sports, which was formerly known as Sportacular and has received a big update to bring users even more sports information and news. Finally, Despicable Me: Minion Rush brings some new ideas to the runner genre to tie in with the new Despicable Me film.
Two big updates kick off today’s apps worth downloading haul. First up is Facebook Home, which brings new customization options to its app launcher and allows greater capabilities for users who want their Facebook experience on their Android home screen. Second is Fruit Ninja, the delightful casual game about slicing flying fruit, which adds fruits, blades, and features. Finally, Celtic Tribes rounds things out with a strategic massively multiplayer online title that tasks players with creating and growing their tribe through conquest and diplomacy.
Today’s batch of apps starts out with an all new weather app, brought to us by the BBC. You can check out the weather with this slick new forecaster, and if it happens to be a rainy day, you can stay in and play The Tapping Dead, a one button puzzle platformer with zombies. A whole lot of zombies. Or, you could play as a vengeance seeking boulder in Indiana Stone, a clever role reversal on a few classic tropes, including endless runner gameplay.
When you got out of bed today, was it to a blaring, piercing alarm clock? I’d guess the answer is yes, which is why it might be worth downloading Warmly, a friendlier alternative alarm clock app. Today also brings us Split Camera, a new app for creating simple and colorful photo collages. One Tap Hero is a great new one button game that anyone can play, but it manages to still be challenging and satisfying.
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New Android apps worth downloading: Warmly, Split Camera, One Tap Hero