Find out what are the best new Android apps before July 2011, a few sites have listed some of the best apps during June, so we thought it would be good to point to a few of our favorites and some lists that show great apps.
With Android going up in the world the App Store still has more than three times as many apps as Google’s Android Market, but by the looks of it things are starting to change with the number of Android apps more than doubling since last August. So the forecast for Android users looks good. This month sees the release of Adidas MiCoach fitness training app, one of the best training apps on the Android. Also the Napster, music streaming service gets its own Android app.
Netflix is eventually on Android! Only on select phones but more are coming soon. Google Music is one of the biggest new launches on Android, and the player app lets you enter your MP3’s stored in the “cloud” on your Android phone. Cyberlords Arcology is a great RPG with a retro feel. ShakeCall is a fun app that lets you answer incoming phone calls at a shake of your phone. Google Earth has an update to the Google Earth for Android app brings satellite imagery and 3D building to Honeycomb tablets.
Trainline Tickets allows you to look up UK train times in a flash. White House is The official White House application. News Republic for those who want news on their mobile. ADW.Launcher is the desktop replacement app to compete with LauncherPro. Befunky is a photo editor for your phone, Episodes is ideal for streaming Television to your Android and doubleTwist Player is a media player and streamer, and it’s free.
These are just a few to mention with further compiled lists available on websites such as Trusted Reviews, The Street and ReadWriteWeb. You may find that you are now becoming spoilt for choice. It seems that Android apps have bright new future ahead of them.