Five Android and iPhone apps for November

Share article:

Five Android and iPhone apps for November

With every other passing day there has been an abundant of apps that is been uploaded to the Google Play Store and the App store..

There are of course many of us, who wishes to try newer apps on an every day basis and shuffling through all the apps coming up everyday might be quite of a daunting task. But if your an app lover, here are the five Android and iPhone apps to look out for this November.

  1. HomeUX Beta:

HomeUX is a free launcher which puts all of your apps out on the home screen for easier access. The home screen could also store a few shortcuts to your most used apps. You could also use a few customisable folders to help you sort and find your apps easier. It’s a pretty cool, light, and fresh take on a launcher made for smartphones that are app-filled to the brim.

  1. Apple Music:

Not too long ago Apple launched its music streaming service to Android (beta only), but now its music service is available to all. What’s nice about it, is that you can get a 3-month free trial to see what all the fuss is about right now!

  1. YouTube Music:

Youtube too launched it’s music app a week before, and is available for both Android and iOS devices. The service is a mixture between the Play Music radio and YouTube itself – you will get custom-tailored playlists of music videos in accordance with your tastes. The app allows you to listen to audio only, if you wish to save on data, and will continue to play music even when the screen is off, unlike the “regular” YouTube.

  1. Relight:

Another app that was launched this month was Relight. It’s a photo enhancement and correction app, which focuses around HDR and the different effects you can achieve with the effect. Take a picture or more in HDR mode and get to editing them right-away.

  1. Micro Machines:

If you grew up playing this classic in the mid-90s computer game, you are most likely jump at the launch.Whether you’re a casual gamer or you want something with a beat more meat on its bones, there’s usually a game coming out to suit everyone’s taste.

Android requirement is Android 4.0.3 and above.

Whether an app or simply mobile games, playing games are always fun. There are a good ranges of online bingo and poker games coming along these days. Although the bingo industry is not yet escalated till having Android apps, they have decent mobile browsers.  Log in to www.gamevillage.com, they have excellent range of 75-ball and 90-ball bingo games. It’s totally worth it!

Share article:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *