5 Android apps not to be missed this week

AAW Desta screenshot

Welcome to the 452nd edition of Android Apps Weekly. Here are the big headlines from the past week:

  • We wished Firefox a happy birthday this week. The famous browser turned 20 on September 23. Click the link to see what we had to say about it.
  • We’ve also rounded up the best new Android apps and games of the past month. Loyal subscribers and readers already know all of this since we’ve covered them, but feel free to click on the links to check them out as well.
  • Google Search is adding a new Forums and Discussions feature in the near future. The new feature will search sites like Reddit or official product forums for answers to questions you’re looking for. Google announced the change after learning that many people are simply pinning the word “Reddit” to Google Search to avoid websites and go straight to forums instead.
  • Intel is working on a new app for Android and Windows PCs. The app would work similarly to Microsoft’s Your Phone app, which allows you to connect your Android and Windows devices together. It is expected to launch in 2023 with the 12th Gen Intel systems.
  • Google quietly expanded the Game Dashboard to more devices this week. It’s only for a few additional Pixel devices, but it’s a step forward. We think the Game Dashboard will come to non-Google devices at some point in the future, but for now it’s nice to see it rolling out to more phones.
  • Google Wallet threw up some errors last week. The app was telling people that their phone was running uncertified software. That’s usually the nomenclature when an app thinks your phone is rooted. It’s almost certainly Google’s security systems that are overreacting and the issue should be fixed soon if it hasn’t already.

Buy Heroes Legends

Price: Play for free

Shop Heroes Legends bills itself as an idle simulation tycoon RPG. It’s quite a mouthful, and it’s not quite as exciting as it sounds, either. The main game loop is a classic idle game where you build up resources over time even when you’re not playing. You then decide how to spend the resources. The game features over 500 blueprints for you to craft, different workers you can hire to make things go faster, and skills to make things even better. The game isn’t bad for an idle game when it works. Unfortunately, the developer shipped it with some bugs that prevent some game features. Of course, we expect the developers to fix it over time, so keep this on your radar if you like idle games.

Railway screenshot 2022

Railway is a new crypto wallet that uses the Railgun privacy protocol. It allows you to perform defi activities on the Ethereum blockchain while hiding it from Etherscan and other similar tools. Privacy features aside; The app behaves like a normal crypto wallet. You can send and receive tokens, use apps within the main app, and more. To be honest, I don’t have Ethereum, so I couldn’t test all the features. In any case, it’s free, open source, and definitely a nice idea.

Bubble shooter kingdom

Price: Play for free

Bubble Shooter Kingdom Screenshot 2022

Bubble Shooter Kingdom is a new bubble shooter. It uses the same old mechanics where you shoot bubbles and try to match colors to remove them from the board. As you advance, you unlock different things that you use to decorate your home in the game, which is a castle. The game also features pets, multiple areas to decorate, special events, and is played offline. It plays pretty well for a bubble shooter, and there aren’t too many in-app purchases or ads to get in the way of things. It’s a pretty chilled experience overall.

Official NBA App

Price: Free / $99.99 to $129.99 per year

NBA Screenshot 2022

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The NBA has re-released its official app, bringing a brand new experience. The interface takes a social media-style approach, where you view things in an infinite scrollbar, similar to Instagram. It still has the usual things like highlights, results, stats, news, recaps, and tables. It’s really just the appearance in the app that has changed. It’s also still home to NBA TV, the annual subscription service that lets you watch live basketball games. We think it’s more optimized than the outbound app, and should perform better overall once it’s had some time to mature.

Desta: The memories between and Ochsenfrei

Price: Play for free

Desta: The Memories Between (linked to the button below) and Oxenfree (Google Play) both launched as part of the Netflix Games platform this week. We don’t normally cover releases like this, but these are actually two excellent games. Desta: The Memories Between is a roguelike that combines sports with combat and a storyline set in a dream world. Oxenfree is a thriller game about exploring a haunted island looking for clues to its origins. Both games are usually premium titles, but you can play them for free with a Netflix subscription. Netflix subscribers should actually check these out. You are pretty good.


If we’ve missed any big news or releases about Android apps or games, let us know in the comments.
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Chris Barrese

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