Rumr, is a new group messaging app that allows you to chat anonymously with your friends in real-time on Android. You can chat privately with your friends in a chatroom, and the only way you will be identified is by being assigned a colored chat bubble, which is never shared. Anytime someone new joins the chat, your color will change, so you don’t have to worry about your identity being disclosed.You can download Rumr from the Google Play Store here.
2. Link Bubble
Link Bubble is a new browser for Android that lets you click on a link in an app without actually leaving the current app you’re using. Whether you click on a link or want to share a link with services like Pocket, you’ll save a lot of time using Link Bubble. Link Bubble offers a pro version for $4.99, which gives you the ability to load as many tabs as you want on your device, and you can also load multiple links from the app. You can download Link Bubble from the Google Play Store here.
Timehop, is an app that lets you revisit your past by showing old photos and posts from your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Foursquare. Timehop was originally released in 2011 for iOS and has more than a million downloads. This app will be useful especially if you’re trying to see what you were up to, whether it was one year ago, or three years ago. You can download Timehop from the Google Play Store here.
4. Cut the Rope 2
It was just a few months ago that ZeptoLab released Cut the Rope 2 on iOS. ZeptoLabs has officially released Cut the Rope 2 on Android, and the game offers fans fresh adventures for free. You can now travel through new locations, meet 5 new characters, experience new gameplay elements, and customize Om Nom. You can download Cut the Rope 2 from the Google Play Store here.
2048 is a new addictive puzzle game developed by 19-year old Italian developer Gabriele Cirulli. In 2048, you have to swipe tiles, and merge two tiles into one, so 2048 tile is created. You can download 2048 from the Google Play Store here.