Its not only smartphones and tablets alone that gives users' a better experience with their respective devices. Apart from OS, UI and other features that comes pre-loaded in the device, apps play an important role in making the device more friendly.
Smartphone users are sometimes glued with their devices inside buses and most of the times, they are playing some games or using some kind of app. Apart from social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram and other apps, users are more engaged in game apps.
Popular game apps among most android users are Subway Surfer, Temple Run, Need For Speed, Riptide, Angry Birds, Bad Piggies and many more.
Thus focusing more on Android users this time, GizBot has come up with a top ten android Apps for tablets and smartphones that are launched in September. More importantly, all these apps come free are available on Google Play Store.
Take a look at all the apps in the slider below along with the link to download.
Simplenote, the popular productivity app acquired by WordPress-owner Automattic earlier this year, finally landed on Android. Like the iOS version, the Android app is free, but those who download it can get started from the get-go, without the need to create a Simplenote account. Users who do go to the trouble of signing up or logging in, will see their notes synced and maintained across the iOS, Kindle and Web versions of the service.
Music Maker Jam
Music Maker Jam for Android is an incredibly fun way to mix and make music. The app takes a more playful approach than the professional suite available for PCs, and it's clearly aimed at learners looking to mess around with different sounds and mixes, rather than those wishing to create a smash hit. But it is fun nevertheless, and could get very addictive.
Hotspotio allows users to share their own, or use others', Internet connection in exchange for public gratitude. Once installed, you simply select which network you'd like to connect to from ones that are available, or can choose to share your own via your mobile device by using it as a WiFi hotspot.
Chirp, the app that lets you share links and photos using short bursts of ‘digital birdsong'. Rather than sending pictures via messages, emails, social networks or storage services like Dropbox, Chirp lets you send links to webpages, pictures and other content to multiple people at once, provided they also have the Chirp app installed and active.
Ahead of the FIFA 2014 World Cup in Brazil, EA has already launched FIFA 14 as a free download for iOS and Android.
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Ultraman Galaxy is a unique mobile slot-machine puzzle game fused with card battle, role-playing (RPG), and social game elements that will keep you playing for hours. Collect over 400+ cards that feature a large roster of characters from the Ultraman Family, each with different skills and abilities. Click Here To Download
RebelMouse organizes your online presence into a beautiful, dynamic and social site - in minutes. Create a social front page that automatically updates as you post on social networks. Click Here To Download
Moves for Android keeps a log of where you go and how far you walk, run and cycle, presenting the data in a simple, useful way. In terms of features, the Android version is a little behind the iPhone incarnation, which recently gained support for connecting third-party apps, and last week added user accounts, meaning that users can change device and keep their data. These will come to Android soon though. Click Here To Download