App developers are pushing the envelope every day endeavoring to enhance and upgrade our smartphone and tablet experiences. In fact, so many Android apps come out each day that it’s hard to monitor them all.
It’s hard to usurp the most elite yet in case you’re getting exhausted with what you have and want to try something new, check out the best new Android applications this year!
The popular third-party iPhone original camera+, a manual photography app, which gives you more control over the camera’s settings than the iPhone’s stock camera app alone is replaced Camera+ 2 is a new version for the iPhone and iPad that has been totally revamped to provide a top-notch photography experience for iOS photographers.
Fortnite quickly became one of the most popular titles in the App Store, raking in $100 million in its first three months alone. The mobile version of the game is significant for more than simply being a mega money maker and further enabling our collective Fortnite addiction. It’s also the rare console game that jumped to mobile without sacrificing what made it great.
Google Lens, the technology that combines the smartphone camera’s ability to see the world around you with A.I. technology.It can scan barcodes, recognize plants and dog breeds, tell you about local landmarks, and provide info on works of art.
Google launched a completely revamped news app this year, It lets you dive deep into just about any topic or story you’re interested in, and has power-user features, like personalized content and the ability to save articles to read offline. But its most interesting feature is something called “full picture,” which aims to wipe out Facebook-induced filter bubbles.
Hole.io is an arcade physics puzzle game with battle royale mechanics created by French studio Voodoo for Android and iOS. it’s been sitting in the #1 spot in the App Store’s gaming charts for weeks, with more than 10 million downloads.
Otter Voice Notes
Created by AI Sense, Otter records conversations and generates accurate tranlations. The software can learn your voice and recognize between all the different speakers in a given conversation. It helps business people, students, and journalists use to get more value from meetings, calls, video conferences, interviews, lectures, and wherever important conversations happen.