There is an extreme amount of apps on Google Play market, and it can be quite overwhelming. Lately, we’ve been posting about the best “free” apps. In this post we’ll switch it up and let you know which apps are worth paying for.
1. Swiftkey Keyboard ($3.99)
Developed by TouchType Ltd., Swiftkey is able to understand not just patterns in your typing, but also how words work together. Swiftkey can continue to learn from SMS, your email and even social media accounts (if enabled), so it gets better at making predictions as you type. You can purchase Swiftkey from the Google Play Store here.
2. Plants Vs. Zombies ($0.99)
In Plants vs. Zombies, Zombies are slowly making their way to your home and you must have a defence line and use your gardening skills to stop them. Planting sunflowers will help generate sunshine, and will kill the zombies. When you advance, you’ll be able to unlock new weapons, new zombies, and new different parts of the yard. Plants vs. Zombies is a fun zombie game.You can purchase Plants vs. Zombies from the Google Play Store here.
3. Nova Launcher Prime ($4.00)
Nova Launcher Prime is a home screen replacement app for Android developed by TeslaCoil Software. Use swiping gestures to start Nova Actions and clean up the clutter by hiding apps you never use. Unread counts show in dock, desktop, drawer and folders. Get more use out of your dock by taking advantage of the swipe-actions. You can purchase Nova Launcher Pro from the Google Play Store here.
4. Minecraft Pocket Edition ($6.99)
Similar to Minecraft, the Pocket Edition allows players to drop into a landscape made of different cubes. Players “move” these cubes, which can be used to “craft” buildings and items. Pocket Edition comes with two different modes: creative and survival. During creative mode, players can fly around minecraft’s world and build with materials. In survival mode, players can build above the ground (stacking blocks to make castles). At night time, monsters will appear and will attack players as well as their creations. Players can jump in and out of other players’ world’s. You can purchase Minecraft Pocket Edition from the Google Play Store for here.
5. Poweramp Music Player ($3.99)
Poweramp is a popular music player for Android devices. Users can create playlists using different folders, configure audio quality with a built-in equalizer, and play files including wav, mp3, mp4 and more. List-switching buttons make it easy to navigate through albums, artists and playlists. Poweramp also comes with 4 themes: Default, Aluminum, White, Plastic, and Black Neon. As long as you have the Unlocker all future updates are free. You can purchase Poweramp Music Player from the Google Play Store here.
6. HD Widgets ($1.29)
HD Widgets by Cloud.TV is one of the best apps to use if you’re looking to customize your weather, clock and switch widgets. Every widget you make and put on your home screen is fully customizable. Change the color, font, border and style of the clock. HD Widgets is fun and easy to use. You can purchase HD Widgets from the Google Play Store here.
7. TuneIn Radio Pro ($4.99)
TuneIn Radio Pro for Android makes it easy to stream radio while you’re on the on the go. Enjoy listening to over 70,000 live radio stations ranging from music, sports, news, talk, and comedy streaming. Recommend stations, listen to podcasts, and record radio content to playback later on. You can purchase TuneIn Radio Pro from the Google Play Store here.
8. Valet – Automatic Car Locator ($1.99)
Whether you parked your car on a side street downtown or in a huge lot at the mall, it’s not always easy to find your car. Valet is an app that will help get you back to your vehicle without having to deal with any confusion. Just open Valet and click on “Find My Car,” and the app will automatically find where your car is located. Users can also set meter, time limits, street viewing reminders so you save yourself from getting a ticket. You can purchase Valet from the Google Play Store here.
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9. Fireball SE ($1.99)
Fireball SE is an arcade survival game developed by Radiangames. Players will need to fly around dodging swarms of enemies and lead them to their destruction. Fireball SE comes with four different modes: Meltdown, Waves, Countdown, and Survival mode. Players can slow down the action, increase the size and speed of waves, and gain additional points with massive combos. Just make sure you try to stay alive for as long as you can. You can purchase Fireball SE from the Google Play Store here.
10. Camera Zoom FX
Camera Zoom FX is a camera and photography app by Androidslide. Users can select from 6 shooting modes, more than 15 frames, 6 vignette surrounds, and can add props and famous ‘buddies’ in photos to make them look unique. You can purchase Camera Zoom FX from the Google Play Store here.