One of the things that most Android power users or even just users are asked on a regular basis by new Android users, is what apps they should install and Google has provided an App focus called the – Apps Starter Kit.
The App focus shows Apps, which I feel highlight the more versatile nature of Android – Keyboard Replacements, File Explorers, Widgets and Launchers.
It’s actually a good place for new users to start with and if you haven’t at least checked out all the apps in there I recommend you at least give it a go.
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Free Apps of the Day
FlipPix Art – Simple Pleasures
An old Japanese logic puzzle takes on a new look with FlipPix Art. Use logic to determine which tiles should be filled to reveal a hidden picture. Touch tiles to paint them or break them to form colorful components of a painting. Includes 7 paintings containing 81 different puzzles in 3 sizes.
$0.00 – was $1.99
My Data Manager
Take control of your mobile data and save money on your mobile phone bill!
Note: App Is normally free, no added value today.
If your mobile operator is not supported – this is an excellent opportunity to start our cooperation!
$1.59 – was $2.59
Color & Draw for kids
Color & Draw is a complete artistic solution for kids. As always, NO banner ads. Google Play Editor’s Choice and Featured in Google Play 2011.
$1.07 – was $1.99
Trial: Osmos HD Free Trial
The long-awaited hit game comes to Android! Enter the Darwinian world of a galactic mote. To survive, absorb smaller organisms and grow—but beware of larger predators! Winner of multiple “Game of the Year” awards, Osmos features unique physics-based play, stellar graphics, and a hypnotic soundtrack of ambient electronica. Ready to evolve?
$1.06 – was $2.99