Top 5 Android apps for 4th week of August 2015


Android Apps offer a wide variety of possibilities to be accomplished by your smartphone. Android Apps are the go to solution while using your phone be it for entertainment or finding things nearby. An Android App is always there to help you out to get over the bridge. The end of the month has brought some of the fiercest contention for the top apps but we only feature the best of the best.Here are the ones that made the list of Android apps for 4th week of August 2015

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Top 5 Android apps for 4th week of August 2015

1.Google Maps
Google Maps is likely already on your phone, but since it’s the best free mapping app around it’s well worth highlighting.
Transit routes, live traffic condition updates, voice-guided Global Positioning System navigation, googles famous Street View and many more options are all included, making the most feature-packed app than even most paid options. It’s really important that a mapping software to be accurate and detailed and Google Maps offers exactly that, so you’ll never get lost again.
Listed for app of the year at the TechRadar Phone Awards.

2.Citymapper – Bus, Tube, Rail
Travelling to a brand new city is always exciting but it can also be very little daunting, especially if you need public transportation to get around. Citymapper – Bus, Tube, Rail is a great app that brings you real-time information on public transport for cities around the world.You can easily plan your route using your preferred mode of transport and you can be kept current with any disruptions or cancellations that may occur. This is an essential app for any city-bound traveller.Listed for app of the year at the TechRadar Phone Awards.

This is a free app but has a premium version that will set you back $4.99. CloudPlayer, as the name suggests, lets you stream music you have stored in the cloud. You might argue that Google Play Music has been successfully doing for years which is true, but with CloudPlayer you can link up all your cloud services accounts like OneDrive, Dropbox and Google Drive and access all of them in one place.It also supports both Chromecast and AirPlay which lets you stream files in lossless quality, to top it all, it’s got all the basics you’d expect from a music player, like an equalizer, shuffle and playlists. Most of features are free but others require a one-time payment which only costs $4.99to upgrade to premium.

4.Pocket Casts £2.49/$3.99/AU$4.99
Pocket Class easily stands out as one of the very best pod-cast apps available for Google. With a slick interface that is full of color, it sets itself apart from the drab designs of its many competitors and it’s feature packed, while at the same time having Chromecast support, auto downloads and many more features.There are even tools to improve the audio experience of podcasts which at times can be frustrating, such as the capability to remove silent parts which speeds them up or hide video podcasts and listen to its audio only. All these come at a price of $3.99, but who wants free or cheaper when you can get quality.

5.VLC for Android
Just like its desktop counterpart, VLC for Android is an incredibly versatile media player that can handle pretty much any file that you can throw at it, be it MP4, MP3, flv, VOB or any other format available. So if you have that media file that you just can’t open with any other app, then make sure this is installed because chances are that it will work.
It’s recently got updated which brings bug fixes and new features, such as support for DVD menus from ISO files.