3 New Android Apps of Early 2014

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It has been a very busy start this year as we come across several great Gadgets early 2014. Though people focus on smartphones and tablets more than anything else, yet these 3 new Android apps should not be overlooked at all. These are the things that make your phone or tablet worth-using on the go. After being rushed over by new techs, it’s time to take a bird’s eye view of the latest worth-seen apps.

Lumos – Icon Pack ($1.99)

Lumos Icons

Are you feeling limited on phone?

Dive into the sea of unlimited icons. This is an ideal application for those who love colorful and soft icons. With a huge collection of over 1480 vibrant icons, the app lets you access your dreamland. Here you can see a heap of shapes that are very catchy to eyes. Unlike free apps, this will not land on your device unless you dare to spend $1.99.

Groopic (Free)

Groopic

A point of attraction for those who always search for free stuff. With ability to enrich photographs, the Groopic is the fantastic third party camera application. It allows to make snaps look as you want them to. You must often feel isolated when all friends or family members are there in the photograph and you are capturing them all in cam. This app lets you make room for yourself after the snap has been taken. So get yourself in the right place, no matter the shoot is over.

Stack Exchange (Free)

stack exchange

Have lots of questions in mind?

Here is the solution to your queries. People often have many enquiries and they want to know about different things, places, matters etc.

The Stack Exchange is as informative as you expect an application to be. Get simple and detailed answers of your questions and never stay unreturned. I would say that it’s not much different from Yahoo! Answers. So it is not going to be strange if you have ever experienced that famous web portal’s services.

These were 3 new android apps of the first quarter and we will be coming up with more in the coming weeks.

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Linda Martel is an android researcher and she is working as an app adviser in Android community. She is MCS, Android app Developer sharing wonder tricks for android users.

 

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