These new and newly updated apps will make you love your Android device even more. Here are five of the best Android apps you should have on your radar this month.
1. Noom Weight Loss
Noom Weight Loss is an interesting take on a traditional fitness app. Going beyond basic weight loss features like calorie counting and exercise logging, Noom acts as personalized coach that provides you with the emotional support and confidence you need to lose weight and stick with your diet.
Truecaller is a caller ID app that takes a typical caller ID experience and vastly improves it. There are a whole bunch of great features here, including call blocking and social integration. While some features are only available in Premium mode, this app is definitely still worth checking out.
RetroSelfie is a fun app that lets you add a bit of vintage flair to your selfies. With deeply integrated social sharing and a wide array of effects, this easy-to-use Android app is definitely worth downloading. If you’re a selfie addict, this app is a must-have.
Facetune lets you take more beautiful pictures of yourself. You can snap a photo, and then digitally remove blemishes, brighten skin, or whiten your teeth. If you’re putting up new pics on your dating profile, then it wouldn’t hurt you to use this app to make your selfies look, well, picture perfect. Sure, it might be a little vain…but you only have one chance to make a first impression.
Udacity is a great app that can help you learn programming. Udacity courses are taught by industry experts from Facebook, Google, Cloudera and MongoDB. Millions of users have downloaded Udacity. If you want to pick up a new hobby, or simply learn a new skill that will give you an edge in the workplace, Udacity is worth checking out.