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Top 5 Android Apps to Download for January 2014
One of the biggest advantages for users of Android and iOS for a long time have been the availability of a wide range of apps via the Google Play Store and Apple's iTunes store, respectively. And the best fact about all these app stores is that all of them are updated almost everyday with new content that are widespread across a number of categories.
Discussing about the Google-based Android Play store, similar to its Apple counterpart, the app store also caters to a number of different applications that are updated with new upgrades every month - apart from updating the app list with new content that are similar to the ones that are already present, probably with better and improved features and the freedom to do a bit more overall.
Similarly, for the month of January, there are a host of apps to choose from for users that are widespread across a number of categories. We take a look at the best five among all for the month that are worth your time and phone space.
The top five apps for Android users for January are as follows -
Grand Theft Auto's San Andreas may not be a that new a game, as far as release date is concerned, but the app version of the same still remains to be as addictive as ever.
Launched just before Christmas as a port of the original PlayStation 2 edition of the game, San Andreas for mobile offers dedicated touchscreen controls that allows you to move around in the vast world of San Andreas as the famous Carl Johnson - a former gangster returning to help out his buddies for one final time.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, developed by Rockstar games, is currently available via Google Play for Rs. 390.
With more than 200 million users (and counting) connected via texts, calls, and photo and video messaging worldwide over Wifi or 3G, Viber easily comes under the list of all those apps that remain ageless.
The most important fact about Viber is that it syncs all your contacts. And apart from facilitating messaging and calling services for users, the app also offers you with push notifications.
Other than that, it lets you make free-of-charge video and voice calls anywhere in the world, provided you have an active internet network. Viber is currently free for download.
While the Google Play store offers a host of different browsers for your Android-based smartphone, UC Browser easily stands out among others as one of the best browsers currently available.
Apart from the usual option of browsing through a number of sites, UC Browser also offers a dedicated download manager that transforms your phone into an effective downloading tool facilitating multiple downloads simultaneously is the background.
The UC Browser, with more than 400 million users of the browser and counting, is available for free.
Considered one of the best fitness apps around in the Google Play, Clean and Green Eating inspires all you fitness buffs to take to a healthy lifestyle that's complimented by a healthy diet.
There are more than 125 health oriented recipes that are regularly updated with each recipe clearly marked as raw, vegan, vegetarian, gluten or dairy-free and seafood.
Also, you can personalize the in-app settings to only show recipes which use ingredients that are according to your preferences, complimented by a special shopping list section so as to prepare you before you head over to the supermarket to pick the list of ingredients up. Clean and Green Eating is currently available for Rs. 164.14.
With all the popularity and excitement surrounding the app, it's only normal that the ever-growing Candy Crush Saga will make this list without any real introduction for the same.
With more than 400 levels of addictive puzzle adventure complimented by dedicated visuals, it's highly unlikely that the game will fall out of favor anytime soon. It's currently available for free.