» 5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss of September
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We’ve put together some of the September more popular android apps, many people like the app, you can be a reference.
Nick Jr. – Shows & Games
The official Nick Jr app was released this last week to mixed reviews. It features the ability to watch a number of shows and videos, including many shows from Nick Jr’s programming lineup. You’ll find an easy-to-use interface that was designed for kids and there are even some games that you can play. To get full access, you’ll have to be a subscriber to the Nick Jr network. Unfortunately, the app has had some responsiveness problems and other release day bugs so you may want to wait for a couple of updates before trying it out.
Taskbar is a nifty little app that gives you an actual taskbar on your Android device. It operates much like the Start menu on Windows and you’ll be able to quickly browse your apps or add apps to the taskbar for quick launching. Those running Android Nougat have the bonus option of launching the apps in actual windows like on Microsoft Windows. A lot of the functionality is lost on phones so we recommend you try this one out on a tablet. It’s a completely free download for now.
Lifeline: Crisis Line
Lifeline: Crisis Line is the latest text-based adventure in the critically acclaimed franchise. In this one, you’ll be helping a detective figure out clues in a particularly unique murder scene. It uses a lot of the same mechanics from prior games and you’ll essentially be reading a bunch of text and making decisions for the character in the story. It’s not the most exciting game ever, but it should play on most devices and it’s a fun little game. It’s $2.99 and, for now, there are no in-app purchases.
Auralux: Constellations is an atmospheric RTS where you must take over all of the planets. It features colorful graphics along with slow, relaxing game play that can get rather challenging the longer you go. You’ll also get 160 levels, Android TV support, and online multiplayer support through Google Play Games services. There are also some additional features if you happen to own an Nvidia Shield devices, including 4k support. It’s a freemium game, but it’s actually a good one.
Particular is a platform runner where your goal is to break out of prison. Each level will have you running forward, jumping over crevasses and guards while avoiding all sorts of obstacles. There is also a decent little soundtrack and the minimal, Unity-based graphics run on most modern devices whether they’re low end or flagship. You earn three stars per level by beating the time limit and you’ll have power ups to help you along the way. It’s a freemium game which isn’t ideal, but it’s a fun little time killer.
These are some of our finishing September more popular android apps, have any suggestions, please let us know in the comments.