Top 8 Apps of the week!
Best apps are back and stronger than ever! We shall be updating you every Thursday with the top 8 apps that you ought to know about. Here is our pick for this week:
1. Clever trail (Get it for your android)
This is a non-profit and open-source project designed to help hikers and outdoor lovers find, add and edit community created articles on the internet’s largest trail wiki. This app allows you access to all the trails on clevertrail.com, as well as the ability to save trail information for offline reference. If you like the idea of community managed trail information, head over to clevertrail.com and add a trail you’ve been on today! The more we all use it, the better it gets for everyone!
2. Learn Spanish (Get it for your android)
Interested in learning a new language this summer? Give babble.com a try! Play, understand, speak and write Spanish and get ready for that summer vacation of yours.
Get the free Basic and Advanced Vocabulary at home and on-the-go: study vocabulary with interactive exercises, systematically deepen your knowledge and practice your pronunciation.
3. Instapaper (Get it for your android)
If you’re an avid reader and love to bookmark your favorite article, blog post, journal or webpage then you probably already know about Instapaper that has become an instant hit on iOS for quite a while now. You can enjoy it on your Android now to read all those incredible articles in offline mode. This universal app is more than just an offline-mode reading tool; it has been harmonized to run efficiently on Smartphones and tablets.
4. Gift Wizard (Get it for your android)
Searching for the perfect gift yet don’t have the adequate time to find it? No worries, this clever app shall rescue you. Gift Wizard has an incredibly quick search engine that is user friendly and can be used without an Internet connection. What’s great about this app is that it matches your gifts with your loved ones, according to different occasions, as well as saving gift ideas so that you can still recycle the list for another occasion.
The app also allows you to create a list for those gift recipients and share your list through email, SMS, and to different social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
5. Mighty Text : iMessage for android (Get it for your android)
Android users have been eager to discover a way to chat with one another without being restricted to using their Smartphone, such as iMessage for iOS. While there are many apps already out there that already do this but none of which keep you phone number private.
Mighty text, that has been developed by former Google employees, allows you to sync your messages and text notifications with almost all PC browsers (Chrome, Firefox, and Safari are natively supported) and tablets.
6. Dark Nebula: Episode One (Get it for your android)
f you are an avid labyrinth or tilt-to-control gamer, then you probably already know about Dark Nebula, the ever so addictive game with over 6,000,000 download on iOS. Brace yourself for it is available now on Android as well. The game isn’t free, but the $0.99 is worth every cent!
7. Carat (Get it for your android or iOS)
Are battery hungry apps frustrating you and draining your phone when you need it the most? Well then try this app that scans all your apps to efficiently recommend which ones you should leave out and how much time you’ll gain if you do. The only downside to this app is that is does not work immediately; it takes a couple of days monitoring your usage habits before giving you the verdict.
8. London olympics (Get it for your android or iOS)
With the London Olympics just around the corner, this app will surly come in handy. You can plan, enjoy and share your Games experience.
It will be like your pocket guide to the Games! In the summer of 2012 London and the UK will come alive with events, celebrations and activities during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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