It's time for our weekly roundup of the best new Android apps for 2013 Google-powered smart phones and tablets. There are slightly slim pickings this week, so it's a ten-app roundup.
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When talk turns to mobile app stores, Apple's iTunes App Store is often the focus of conversation—but that may be quickly changing. ABI Research reported that Google's Android Market overtook Apple's in Q2 2011, becoming the marketshare leader in mobile app downloads with a 44 percent share, versus Apple's 31 percent. If you're an Android smartphone owner, that should come as no surprise. Not only does the Android operating system power a wide array of handsets from HTC to Samsung (Apple, as always, has its OS tied exclusively to its own hardware), but there are many excellent apps that expand your cell phone's out-of-the-box functionality. And many of the best Android apps are free Android apps.
That's right, you don't have to spend a dime in order to soup up your Android phone. The free Android apps that you'll find in this 40-app deep roundup offer a mix of entertainment (Slacker), productivity (Evernote), and games (Angry Birds) software that will turn your smartphone into an all-in-one wonder device. The free apps that were selected were chosen because they are stable, useful, and add extra functionality.
Here is one of the android apps online games. The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the green pigs who stole the Birds' eggs. Use the unique powers of the Angry Birds to lay waste to the pigs' fortified castles. Angry Birds features hours of game play, challenging physics-based castle demolition, lots of replay value, and Twitter and Face book integration. Play more than 300 levels requiring logic, skill, and brute force to crush the enemy.
Your job is to help the Angry Birds seek vengeance against the pigs with the help of a finger-powered slingshot, a good dose of strategy, and a bit of luck. The goal of the game is to catapult each bird toward the pigs, who hide behind a variety of destructible materials. Use each bird's unique skills to break through crates, boards, stone, ice, snow, glass, boulders, and dynamite to vanquish the devious pigs. Finally, another US-focused app that aims to help people buy and sell tickets for sports events, with baseball, basketball and American football all covered. The idea is to directly connect fans who have tickets to sell / want to buy tickets, with ratings to (they hope) head off any scammers.
That's our choice, but what have you been using on your Android device? Make your recommendations or give feedback on the picks above by posting a comment.