Are you looking for new apps to download for your Android device? Here’s a list of our favorite Android apps for June 2013.
1. EasilyDo Smart Assistant
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EasilyDo is a personal assistant app created by EasilyDo Inc. Straight from the EasilyDo application, it allows users to connect to Facebook, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, LinkedIn, Twitter and more. Monitor important emails, receive birthday notification reminders, and the app will warn you when bad weather is on its way. EasilyDo is a must-have app if you’re looking for a personal assistant. You can download EasilyDo Smart Assistant from the Google Play Store here.
2. DialMyCalls Voice Broadcasting
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Created by OnTimeTelecom Inc., DialMyCalls is an app that allows users to record and send voice messages. DialMyCalls comes with premium services like Send Call Blast, Send SMS Blast and Send Free Call Blast. Lists can contain up to 25 people, and messages are 30 seconds long. Once a broadcast is sent out, users will receive a detailed report of what happened on each phone call or text message that was sent. You can download DialMyCalls Voice Broadcasting from the Google Play Store here.
3.Duolingo: Learn Languages Free
Want to learn a new language, but not sure what app to download? Try out Duolingo for Android. Users can learn Spanish, German, French, Italian or Portuguese. Users will be given a select word and will need to match it with an image that best describes the word. Once you guess correctly, you will be asked to translate the text to English. If you answer incorrectly you will lose hearts; advance by completing various lessons. You can download Duolingo from the Google Play Store here.
Telly is a social video platform developed by Telly Inc. Browse through popular videos from across the web posted by your friends or favorite celebrities. Feeling creative? Users can upload existing videos or create new videos for the world to see. Telly will connect to the Telly camera or use the external camera on your Android device. Select the editing tool and add filters such as Mono, Negative, Sepia, Aqua and more. You can download Telly from the Google Play Store here.
5. DoubleTwist With Magic Radio
DoubleTwist launched a new music-streaming subscription service add-on called MagicRadio. Similar to Spotify, MagicRadio offers a seven-day trial period. Once it expires, users will need to pay $3.99 through their Google Wallet accounts; this gives users access to a library filled with over 13 million tracks. After you scan your existing library, stations are created to suit your musical taste. If you want to listen to something new, create a new station and the tracks you want to listen to. The service is ad-free and allows users to sync to iTunes. You can download DoubleTwist With Magic Radio from the Google Play Store here.
6. BBC Weather
The BBC Weather application has arrived on Android, and it's become one of the best weather apps for those who are living in or visiting the United Kingdom. Although it targets the UK, it can also work with international locations. Scroll sideways to see hourly weather conditions. The app also predicts wind speed and covers a five-day forecast. View sunrise and sunset times along with information on pollen and pollution information for the UK. BBC Weather app has a simple and clear design and is detailed with up-to-date information. You can download BBC Weather from the Google Play Store here.
Android users can finally take advantage of Vine for Android! With Vine, users can shoot six-second videos and embed them on Twitter. In order to take a video using Vine, all you have to do is hold your finger to the screen while the app is recording. Once you remove your thumb, recording will stop. You can start recording again by putting your thumb back on the screen. This will allow Vine users to record more than one short clip at a time, and they will be threaded together. With Vine for Android, users will need to use the back camera, as the front-facing camera is not available at this time. To make up for it, users can use the new zoom feature. You can download Vine from the Google Play Store here.
Yahoo! Mail for Android is very similar to the desktop version. It's easy to use with a simple interface. Users will receive notifications when new mail arrives. Read, reply, and add emoticons, attachments and photos to your emails. Manage your contacts by adding, editing or synchronizing contacts from Yahoo! and your phone address book. Manage accounts and add additional accounts, so you can check all your Yahoo! emails from one single app. You can download Yahoo! Mail from the Google Play Store here.
9. Gmail (UPDATE)
Google released a new update for the Gmail app on Android smartphones. Version 2.3.5 has a ton of new features and performances improvements. The new update will help users manage and organize their inbox with “tabs.” Gmail’s new tab system will have five different categories including Primary, Social, Promotions, Updates and Forums. Users will also receive notifications when new mail arrives, read and respond to conversations, and manage multiple email accounts. You can download Gmail from the Google Play Store here.
10. Google Keyboard
Google has added its own keyboard to Google Play. Google Keyboard comes with plenty of features like gesture typing, voice typing, word recognition, next-word suggestion and current-word completion. Type faster and more accurately on your Android device with Google Keyboard. You can download Google Keyboard from the Google Play Store here.