Whether you’re looking to kill time, get into shape, or find a date this summer, the following 10 apps will make your Android experience more enjoyable.
1. At First Sight
The Bachelor host Chris Harrison, the show’s creator Mike Fleiss, and Preceptual Networks launched a new dating app called At First Sight. Users can see and hear firsthand if someone is a potential match or a connection. At First Sight offers video, chat and social features so members can learn more about potential matches. Users can create short introduction videos on their smartphones, scroll through members, and look at video profiles to see who you want to meet and chat with. You can download the At First Sight app from the Google Play Store here.
Proven is a job search engine that allows users to search through Craigslist and SimplyHired job postings straight from their mobile device. Create new resumes and cover letters or import from your email, Dropbox, or at http://www.proven.com. Save different versions of your resume and easily apply for different jobs. On the go? Save your favorite job postings so you can apply at a later time. Proven offers expert tips to help you with your job search. Find your dream job using Proven job search. You can download Proven app from the Google Play Store here.
Meet new friends from around the world using Minus. Swipe the map and scroll through member profiles. Come across someone who sparks your interest? Send a message and say hello! Take and share photos with new friends and make conversations fun by using the large selection of free emoticons. Want to set up a time to meet? Share your location. It’s never been so easy meeting new friends. You can download Minus from the Google Play Store here.
4. Fitness Check-Up
Are you in shape? Fitness Check Up app helps users find out their physical shape by completing 11 health tests, including: Flexibility, Balance, Body Core, Strength, Capacity for effort, Muscle Tone, Explosiveness, Pulse at rest, Body mass index, Body fat index and Reaction speed. The first six tests are free, and if you follow your progress on by using the app on a regular basis, the other five tests will be free. You can download Fitness Check Up app from the Google Play Store here.
5. Verizon FiOS Mobile
Live stream your favorite TV channels from anywhere in your home using Verizon FiOS Mobile application. Get access to premium subscription On Demand content from Starz and Encore and Flex View On Demand catalog featuring over 40,000 titles. Manage your DVR recordings, schedule new recordings, and check the status of your DVR from anywhere. Verizon FiOS TV and Internet subscriptions are required to have access for live TV streaming. You can download Verizon FiOS Mobile app from the Google Play Store here.
6. Google Cloud Print
Google released Google Cloud Print app for Android. Cloud Print is a service that allows users to send documents from any connected device to your supported printers. Print pictures, web pages, contacts, text messages, emails, calendar events, and more. Users will need a compatible printer in order to use the service. To see if your printer is Cloud Ready, just visit Google’s Cloud Ready Printer’s page. You can download Google Cloud Print app from the Google Play Store here.
7. Quadropus Rampage
Players are put in the tentacles of a four-legged cephalopod named Tack. Use random tennis racquets, soda bottles and tridents to take on evil fish of the ocean. Your goal is to reach the bottom of the ocean to defeat Pete, the evil fish god. Quadropus Rampage is a fun game with crazy graphics. You can download Quadropus Rampage app from the Google Play Store here.
Foodspotting is a visual guide to finding good food. Find new restaurants, discover new dishes you want to try, vote for your favorite dishes, and recommend your favorite dishes using photos. Foodspotting is a fun way to find and share the foods you love. You can download Foodspotting app from the Google Play Store here.
9. Kids Media
Trying to figure out what your kids should be watching? Get access to over 18,000 reviews from Common Sense Media. Kids Media database includes reviews on movies, DVDs, TV shows, books, musics, apps, and game reviews. Share helpful reviews with other parents through Facebook and Twitter. You can download Kids Media app from the Google Play Store here.
10. Floating Notifications
Floating Notifications is an app that enables you to have notifications appear on your Android homescreen in the same way as Facebook Chat Heads feature. See notifications without having to leave any of your applications. You can download Floating Notifications app from the Google Play Store here.
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