As the saying goes, “April Showers bring May flowers,” but this past month brought a variety of unique apps to the Android platform. With some more variation and interesting ideas for apps, compared to iOS, users are in luck. Pay attention to these 10 awesome apps!
1. One Today by Google
For all the do-gooders out there, this app showcases a different nonprofit organization every day giving a chance to donate 1$ through Google Wallet. Users can support causes ranging from education to reforestation and can encourage friends to donate too! You can download the app here.
The onslaught of beach trips and summer vacations is slowly approaching. Everyone will be on the road, in the sky or on the train, heading to some exotic locale. For the families seeking a local escape, the Gasbuddy app will alleviate the pesky problem of gas. With an update of push notifications and expansions to other territories in the US this month, this app not only reports on cheap gas in the area around you, but users can win points by sharing to earn some valuable rebates. You can download the app here.
Aspiring farmers and foodies should pick up this delectable app for their smartphones. This offers an in-depth look at others growing their organic gardens in your area as well trade recipes between each other. Cultivating a garden is perfect family time for this summer! You can download the app here.
News Junkies should test out this RSS reader. A replacement for Google Reader, Feedly offers curated suggestions of what to read, with different layouts. Plus, it looks much prettier compared to its competition! You can download the app here.
With an updated preview system this month, sharing documents on any device has been made so much easier. From editing, content sharing and other similar updates, this app is a safe and convenient way to prep anywhere for the big presentation. You can download the app here.
As a finalist for SXSW’s accelerator in March, this month saw improved Facebook and Gmail syncing. Be prepared with this app the next time someone calls; On your caller ID it displays the caller’s latest social media activity giving an option to respond or not. You can download the app here.
Moving is more difficult when deciding on furniture. This app lets homeowners imagine room layouts by offering detailed 3D images of furniture and wallpaper looks. Thanks to this month’s fix of several unexpected crashes, you can become an interior designer just from the palm of your hand. You can download the app here.
8. Kindle for Android
This month Kindle for Android saw updates towards a redesigned home screen allowing for easier navigation. For Android, many best sellers became easier to find and could mark them for later. Ultimately, this was another addition for those seeking a new summer read now from anywhere. You can download the app here.
Many will want to stay active this summer, which means a job is important. This app was updated with better location support this month and provides listings from craigslist to simply hire. From college students to career changers, this system is perfect for getting a leg up. You can download the app here
10. My Movies Pro
Another film focused app, this one was updated with better control over buttons and release buttons. By cultivating and curating a digital library of movies in your collection, you can give references to family and friends. From the user created account, smartphone owners can essentially offer an alternative for entertainment during the chaotic summer movie season. You can download the app here.