Are you looking for new apps to download for your Android device? Here’s a list of our favorite Android apps of September 2013.
With the Pics Art photo-editing app, users can draw on photos, make collages, take photos or choose from existing photos. Effects include FX, artistic, pop art, paper, distort, colorsplash, and being able to make corrections to fix red eye. Add more life to your photos by checking out the PicsArt shop for free collage background and clip art graphics. You can download PicsArt from the Google Play Store here.
iHeartRadio is an all-in-one music app developed by Clear Channel Broadcasting. With iHeartRadio Android radio app, users can stream their favorite live radio stations. Browse through 15 million songs and create commercial-free custom stations featuring music from your favorite artists. Find recently played songs, get the latest news, and sign-up for contests. You can download iHeartRadio from the Google Play Store here.
With Viber for Android, users can connect with friends and contacts for free. Make phone calls, send text messages, video messages, and share your location. Make your messages stand out by sending stickers, emoticons, and doodles. Push notifications will make it so you never miss a call or text message. You can download Viber from the Google Play Store here.
With WeatherBug, users can receive instant access to forecasts, conditions and alerts on their home screen. Users can view enhanced interactive maps, view images from over 2,000 weather cameras across the U.S, and DTA alerts provide warnings on severe weather. Know the weather and be prepared before you take your family to the beach. You can download WeatherBug from the Google Play Store here.
Soon following the launch of Vine, Instagram launched a new feature that allowed users to upload their own videos to Instagram. Unlike Vine, users are given 15 seconds to shoot video rather than 6. Instagram users are also given 12 different filters to enhance their videos. The newest update to Instagram now allows users to upload videos from their camera roll, making sure videos that weren’t filmed in Instagram still has a chance to make it on your feed. You can download Instagram from the Google Play Store here.
Telly is a social video platform developed by Telly Inc. Browse through popular videos from across the web posted by your friends or favorite celebrities. Feeling creative? Users can upload existing videos or create new videos for the world to see. Telly will connect to the Telly camera or use the external camera on your Android device. Select the editing tool and add filters such as Mono, Negative, Sepia, Aqua and more. You can download Telly from the Google Play Store here.
7. ESPN ScoreCenter
ESPN ScoreCenter makes it easy for you to follow your favorite teams. Stay up to date on the latest scores with personalized scoreboards and alerts. ESPN ScoreCenter also brings breaking news, scores, and videos from the top live events of the day. Users have the ability to share favorite games, videos and news with friends and family. You can download ScoreCenter for Android from the Google Play Store here.
8. GO Keyboard
Customize the look and feel of your keyboard by selecting from one of the unique themes. GO Keyboard comes with voice typing, accurate dictionaries, smart engine for predictions, and supports multiple languages. Switch between keyboard layouts by sliding to the left or to the right. With GO Keyboard, you’ll be able to type faster and smarter on your Android tablet. You can download GO Keyboard from the Google Play Store here.
9. Antivirus Security by AVG
AVG AntiVirus is a mobile security app developed by AVG Mobile. Protect your Android device from harmful viruses, malware, spyware , and keep personal data safe. Locate a lost or stolen phone via Google Maps, browse the web safely, and monitor battery consumption. Real-time security scanner keeps your device protected from downloaded apps and games. You can download AVG AntiVirus from the Google Play Store here.
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10. JetPack Joyride
Leaps and bounds better than your average free-runner, you will play as Barry Steakfries who swipes a top-secret machine gun-powered jetpack from a laboratory only to be met by thousands of obstacles. Your goal is to collect coins and get as far as you can before dying. You can download Jetpack Joyride from the Google Play Store here.
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