Top Apps Of The Week

By on May 12, 2015

Here we are again with a new list of newly released apps and games that you probably want to try on your Android phone or tablet. Some of these apps are free, some are paid while some have IAPs for additional features. Let’s talk about them one by one.

Google Handwriting Input

The name of this app is self explanatory as it is a keyboard like app but with no keyboard. Google Handwriting Input is developed by Google as the name suggests and the developing team has done their best to keep things simple and straight forward. Google Handwriting Input is an ideal input choice for people who use stylus based devices like Samsung Galaxy Note 4. You can download Google Handwriting Input from Google Play Store for free. As this is the first version of this app, expect some bugs.

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Office Remote for Android

There are hundreds of other apps available on Google Play Store that do the same thing but Office Remote for Android is designed exclusively for controlling Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint on your computer via your Android device. You can connect your computer with Android device via Bluetooth and hopefully the company will add support for Wi-Fi network in near future. Office Remote for Android is available for free on Google Play Store and it does support a wide range of devices.

Phonograph Music Player

Phonograph Music Player is a newly released Android app that is a perfect replacement for native Android music player that is quite boring for some people. Phonograph Music Player has material design that is a huge advantage it has over other similar music players while it has a function that automatically pulls artists’ pictures and other information from the internet.

Joe Danger

Joe Danger has been available for iOS devices for quite some people and now Android users have the same opportunity to enjoy this game. Joe Danger is an arcade action game that allows player to think like a stuntman and do amazing things without smacking their heads. Obviously the Android version of Joe Danger is not as smooth as the iOS version but hopefully they will release an update in near future. You can download Joe Danger from Google Play Store for $2.99 and there are IAPs too.


Handpick is a platform that allows Android users to browse foods all over the globe from Instagram, Blogger and other platforms. Amazingly you can not only browse your favorite foods and dishes but you can also see the ingredients suggestions from other food lovers.

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Martin Scholes

Martin is an IT professional with passion of discovering new apps on iOS and Android platform. His primary objective is to provide in-depth analysis of different apps and their features as well as keep the readers update with the relevant news.

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  • Michaela

    Handpick is an amazing app, especially for food lovers :) variety of options and ingredients, way too good :)

  • Nora

    Which one takes more time – typing or handwriting? Though, Google Handwriting Input seems like pretty good app.. When it comes to Phonograph Music Player, I don’t think if they should’ve inserted the option for automatically download of artists’ pictures. I guess I can download only the ones I want to?

  • DNK

    I have played Joe Danger before, and I’m not really impressed with the game. I mean, it’s not really my kind of game, after all it’s a matter of individuals’ perception :)

  • HoneyBunny

    Office Remote for Android sounds like a helpful app, especially these days when I use word and excel frequently.

  • Joe

    Honestly, I’m not really keen on this type of apps.. There are far better, but it’s a matter of a personal choice :)

  • Bella

    I’m sorry but I don’t agree with you Joe. I think they are great and have high performance.

  • Alicia

    Joe Danger was not working at first and it was really frustrating. However, things are well now and I’m glad I can play it.

  • Bern

    I enjoy high-quality food, and my instagram is overflooded with various cuisine specialties. Handpick is my favorite app, it has helped me a lot!

  • Jeff

    I wish many more apps that deal with food are released! I’m so into them!

  • Juan N.

    I started using Handpick and I’m really satisfied with it. It’s great for people who are into food and various specialties. :)

  • Penelope

    I played Joe and I got used to it, I even started recommending it to all my friends. Def a must try :)