If you are getting bored with the apps you have in your phone or tablet, or if you want to try out new apps, then read on here are five of our highly recommended apps that you could try:
If you have not had your fill with Superbowl 2013, then download NFL Quarterback 13. In this game, you will be in charge as the quarterback. You will be flinging passes to wide receivers that you choose, while also avoiding being intercepted or tackled. This game really has great and precise controls.
If you have little kids who like to play with your phone, why not get them something education like Wombi Treasures. It allows them to get to know the world by looking for buried treasure. What’s more, it teaches young children how to read maps!
If you like drawing and you want your tablet art to look like a real painting, then get Sketch O Paint. This would make your tablet or smartphone become a blank canvas for your mobile works of art. You can create beautiful line art, using a variety of different brushes. You can even control the pressure of the strokes. Try it for free.
There are a lot of social and location apps available on Google Play. Scoopt, however, takes both and combines it with recommendations to make it worth your while. It also has Instagram integration as well as Facebook connect, allowing you to do more while making it easy for your to discover a new restaurant.
There are a lot of reasons why you would want to lock individual apps on your smartphone or tablet. You might have some apps that you enjoy but you would not want to have your five-year-old kid tinker with. Or you might want to limit usage of a certain app. Or, you might want to make sure that you add another layer of security for apps like PayPal and Google Wallet. Whatever the reason, AppLock makes it easy for you to lock individual apps so that they could not be opened without a password.
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