Are you looking for new apps to download for your Android device? Here's a list of our favorite Android apps of November 2013.
1. TuneIn Radio
TuneIn Radio for Android makes it easy to stream radio while you're on the on the go. Enjoy listening to over 70,000 live radio stations ranging from music, sports, news, talk, and comedy streaming. Recommend stations, listen to podcasts, and record radio content to playback later on. You can download TuneIn Radio Android app from the Google Play Store here.
Path is a social networking app developed by Path, Inc. Path lets users share the moments they care about the most. Capture photos with family, share music with your friends, and post Path moments to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Foursquare. You can download Path Android app from the Google Play Store here.
3. How About We
Are you looking to meet new people? How About We offers users the ability to post statuses such as, “How About We...hook up tonight!” Message other How About We users by upgrading to one of How About We’s messaging packages. By doing this, you will be able to read messages from other users, ask users “out,” and respond when someone is intrigued. Although its subscription based, How About We let’s you be in charge by choosing the type of date you want to go on. You can download How About We Android app from the Google Play Store here.
4. Pulse News
Pulse News app will take the latest from news sources you add and will present them in a easy-to-ready mobile format. Pulse News is similar to Flipboard, and lets users browse stories by source or subject. It can be customized to your liking, and there’s a search function which allows you to search for your favorite sites. This app makes reading news on the go simple and easy. If you find a story that really caught your attention you can save it by hitting the star in the top right hand corner. You can also share articles through LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, email and SMS. You can download Pulse News Android app from the Google Play Store here.
With the WatchESPN app for Android, users can watch sports anytime, anywhere. Watch live games, studio shows, and on-demand clips of the latest news. You can download WatchESPN Android app from the Google Play Store here.
6. Swype Keyboard
Swype is a keyboard app developed by Nuance Communications, Inc. Quickly enter text and backup your personal dictionary on all of your Android devices. Swype comes with voice recognition, three unique tablet keyboards, and adapts to your typing patterns for a personalized keyboard experience. You can download Swype Android app from the Google Play Store here.
With Springpad for Android, users can create as many notebooks as they want. Pick notebooks like Projects Around the House to Articles I Want to Save. Add voice reminders, alarms, recipes, products, barcodes and more. Users can also invite collaborators to join notebooks. Springpad will help you be more organized and productive. You can download Springpad Android app from the Google Play Store here.
With Etsy for Android, users can shop while on the go. Users can explore unique hand-made crafted items, manage orders, and see account history. Etsy is easy to use and the checkout process is simple. You can download Etsy Android app from the Google Play Store here.
Westbound is a city builder game developed by Kiwi, Inc. Explore the canyon and build your own western town. Mine the hidden canyon, discover lost treasures, and watch out for the outlaws on the loose. You can download Westbound Android app from the Google Play Store here.
10. Tank Battles
Tank Battles is an action game developed by Gameloft. Customize your tank and destroy your opponents in epic battles. Use over 22 powerful items, and become the master on the leaderboards. Tank Battles is exciting and extremely addictive. You can download Tank Battles Android app from the Google Play Store here.