Android is catching everybody’s fancy. There’s also an argument going that Android is eating into iPhone’s share and people are preferring Android because it is open. Well that would be a discussion for some other time. For now we can safely say that a lot of activity is going on in the Android world. Apple iTunes store has reached the milestone of half a million apps the other day. Android isn’t far behind. It might not surpass iOS apps in the foreseeable future but Android will give iTunes store a run for its money. Fragmentation aside, there are quite a few buzzing Android apps out there.
Let’s take a look at 5 buzzing Android apps :
Pumpkins vs Monsters : A fun and addictive game, pumpkins are your only choice to save yourself from the impending invasion of monsters. Is it the next Angry birds? I doubt it but the got a good name.
Brian Age Test : If you feel your brain is really young or just want to know the age of your brain, this puzzle app will just give you that. Take it for a spin and share your brain age with your friends. When you were asked of your age next time, you can say : I am 40 but my brain is really 25 years old. That has a potential to be misconstrued, but that’s okay.
Tune Wiki : Stream music, internet radio, and videos live, all with accompanying real time lyrics. Can’t understand the lyrics? Probably the most comprehensive music app out there. The must have app for music lovers and discoverers. Note : Word on the street is Hungama has tied up with TuneWiki to provide lyrics for songs which would be Bollywood songs, of course.
Battery Doctor : Smartphone suck a lot out of the battery just like they suck a lot out of your privacy. This app will let you know about the battery sucking part. Killing unruly apps, quickly resetting phone for optimized settings and tips for extending the battery are some of the things this app does. It claims to improve 30% to 50% of your battery life. Give it a try. It’s free.
CWMoney : Super easy interface allows you to track expenses and your daily budget with easy touch screen displays. Call it your personal finance manager for Android. The app could really use a better name.
These apps are featured buzzing apps from MobileWalla.