The list of best recent Android Apps from the Google Store

It is hard to pick the best Android apps nowadays since the number of apps being uploaded is huge. Here are some of the best apps though. Chameleon Launcher's developer shelled out thousands of dollars to get a better Android homepage and now it is out for public use. The Android's default widget system is given a fresh look and several APIs are provided for developers to tinker with, in it.  You can tweak the screens and add a bit of spice.

Amazon MP3 on the other hand, is not new but popular now with the Brits. Amazon launched its newly developed Amazon Cloud Player in UK which enables users to play music from the music locker. One can also add new songs to the Cloud Player automatically.

The new app Talking Ginger has more than 500,000 installs within days of its release, which is incredible to say the least. As the other “talking apps,” its animal hero will repeat the words you speak back to you. This app is very popular with kids and adults alike.

Additionally, this year's Guinness World Records book has come up with its own augmented reality companion app developed by efficient Android app developers which brings different types of interesting sharks, slam-dunking parrots, unique set of spiders, the longest snakes and world's shortest men with spectacular effects.

Subscription music service eMusic has its Android counterpart which was launched in early 2012. One can listen to their listing of songs and even ask for recommendations from others. In its paid service, one can download music from the service too.

The International Cricket Council has released its own Android app which focuses on the latest cricketing news and action, team information, along with comprehensive text commentary during live matches. One can view live matches too.

Bloomberg is one of the most active broadcasters and has fantastic apps developed by different Android apps developers for multiple platforms. The latest app brings its radio station to smartphones with live audio of the radio. Shows are also available on demand.

The Triggertrap is an Android app which is designed to work with an SLR camera and includes features such as time-lapse, long-exposure and Star Trail. A dongle is required to make the connection between the Android device and the SLR camera.

Geotracks is a GPS-based app which is also a location-sharing app with the ability to share location with friends in real-time. It is using the Geoloqi's API and functions as a standalone app.

Distress Signal is known as a mobile emergency solution app which can help people to contact local emergency services if they are far away from home. Emergency text is sent in the local language to the emergency services. It is working in few countries as of now.

Former athlete Michael Johnson is back with a fitness app Motiv8 in Android which tracks the runs while playing music. The vocal encouragement along the way will be from Michael Johnson himself.

Insomniac's official Android app is finally done with. This app provides comprehensive information and content of the events it is hosting along with relevant photos, videos and a radio station.

MyShelf is a new app which helps its users to store notes, pictures and links and is similar to Evernote. It can exchange data across devices with the help of Wi-Fi or USB.


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