Even if we had been imagined to carry you the Easiest Android Apps of the Week column on Monday, the MWC 2014 tech honest and the Galaxy S5 announcement tousled with our plans. Alternatively it’s higher late then by no means, so listed here are the perfect Android apps that received severe updates or made it into Google Play Retailer over the last week.
DSub four.5.2 – $ three.ninety nine
In case you are a subscriber of the Subsonic track streaming provider you might be most likely privy to the existence of the DSub Android song app. DSub used to be already one of the most nicest song apps in Play Retailer, however now it cot even higher.
In DSub four.5.2 the oldsters at Floss have built-in Chromecast strengthen (works with Android 2.three+ gadgets best), distinctive obtain notifications, extra environment friendly history threading structure, and different optimizations and enhancements.
DSub has a cost of $ three.ninety nine, however belief me, it’s value each penny. You could obtain it from Google Play Retailer via clicking this link.
Auto Finder – Free
Remember that Seinfeld episode when Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer couldn’t find Kramer’s car in the multi-level parking garage of a shopping mall in New Jersey because no one could remember where the car was parked? Well, that episode would never happened if any of them had Auto Finder installed on their smartphone. Or if they even had a smartphone. Oh, they didn’t even had a mobile phone back then.
Auto Finder helps you know where you left your car. But why is it better than other apps that already do that? It’s called Auto Finder not only because it finds your auto, but because it finds your auto automatically. Because it’s always running in the background it can automatically determine when you get out of the car, then it marks the spot on the map.
Auto Finder can be downloaded free of charge from Google Play Store. Here’s the download link.
Stitcher Radio 3.2 – Free
If you used Stitcher Radio in the past, you probably know that it’s an app that allows you to listen to your favorite radio shows. Now Stitcher Radio just got updated to version 3.2. What’s new? I’m glad you’ve asked. One of the new features added in v3.2 is called Listen Later and it does exactly that. You can add a certain episode to the Listen Later playlist and you don’t have to search for it again when you want to listen to it.
The other cool feature integrated in Stitcher Radio 3.2 is called “Unlimited Past Episodes” and you can use it to browse and listen to every episode of your favorite podcasts.
Stitcher Radio can be found in Google Play Store here.
Well, it’s not actually an Android app, but it works great with an Android app. You know that Pushbullet allows you to send stuff from Chrome to your Android device and vice versa. The folks at Pushbullet brought things even further with the release of Pusbullet Beta App for Windows.
Once you install it on your Windows PC (you can download it from here) Pushbullet will appear in Windows’ right-click contextual menu and it will allow you to sent files from your PC to your Android device. If you want to know more about Pushbullet Beta for Windows you can read this article.
BitTorrent 2.0 – Free
The folks at BitTorrent updated their Android app to version 2.0. The new version brings a completely updated design and better file management, allowing you to choose where to download the files, select what files to download within a torrent, or to choose to delete torrents only, or torrents and files.
BitTorrent 2.0 is free and you can download it from Google Play Store at this link.
Glove – A Network That Fits – Free
If you ever wondered what’s the best carrier for you, maybe you should try Glove. This new app will track your habits and promises to tell you which is the best network for you after just tree days of analysis. Glove uses GPS to tell where you use your smartphone more frequently then tells you what carrier to choose based on network signal.
For the time being, Glove only works in San Francisco, New York, and Israel. Here’s the Google Play Store download link for Glove.
AlarmPad Beta – Free
Waking up in the morning is one of the most annoying things I can think of and AlarmPad won’t change it. The new app aims to make waking up a bit more, let’s say informative.
AlarmPad syncs with your calendar appointments and shows them to you in the morning, also displaying the weather forecast. It has a couple of stylish widgets and it can be integrated in Dashclock. For more info on AlarmPad, feel free to check our article here.
AlarmPad is currently in beta, and it can be downloaded from Google Play, for free, at this link. If you want to support the developer and get some extra features, you can purchase AlarmPad Pro for $ 0.99.