Six Interesting Android Apps

Here is a collection of six best Android apps that are fresh and interesting. May be you could feel that they are not the best apps of all time, but once you start using them you will be addicted. Check the list and find out your favorite one. 

Vevo

Vevo

Vevo, free app is completely dedicated to music videos and live performances. The app is available for free download at Google Play Store. This app is ad-supported, so occasional it plays commercials before your video. You can also get Vevo app for iOS devices.

Kingdom Rush

Kingdom Rush

Kingdom Rush has finally made its way to the Android platform. In this game, you have to fight off waves of soldiers, orcs, trolls, and other medieval fantasy monsters by plopping a variety of towers down along their path. This app is also available for iOS platform.

Auralux

Auralux

Auralux is free game on Android. Though at first it feels like a dead-simple concept, eventually it becomes interesting. The iOS version of the Auralux is also available.

Feedly

Feedly

Google Reader now officially gone, and Feedly is the best alternative app. It lets you access your RSS feeds while on the go. The app looks great and works well, and it is exceptionally visual. The app also offers magazine-style layouts, a List view and a Title-only view.

Songza

Songza

Songza is a free app streaming-music app that offers a different take on radio. It tries to match the perfect playlist with your mood or your current activity. You can select from different activities such as working out, doing housework, or taking the day off.

Showyou

Showyou

Showyou offers a unique take on streaming video. It offers content from a variety of sources around the Web, and serves up videos that you otherwise might have missed. The app has connections with multiple social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr, and Vimeo accounts. Showyou app is also available for iOS.

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