5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week

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Welcome to the 465th Android Apps Weekly and the last edition in 2022. Happy birthday and here are the big headlines from last week:

  • We asked our readers how successful Google was this year. you all told us That you think Google has been pretty successful this year, both in terms of hardware and software. Regarding statistics, 48% of you said Google had a good year, while only about 5% of you thought the year was a complete failure. You can click the link to see more detailed statistics.
  • We also asked our readers when was the last time they installed an app on Android. More than 40% of our readers They sideloaded an app last month and only about 15% have never sideloaded an app. We found this interesting as the common narrative is that sideloading is rare. Apparently, we have some rare readers.
  • Our very own Adam Birney tried use Google Translate while traveling with some mixed results. For example, some of the traveler-friendly features do not work offline. Adam has summarized his experience with various features that work or not, and you can read it at the link above.
  • Google is worried about Search. The number and growing popularity of AI tools is making the company a little nervous. Reportedly, the status is a code red at Google. The concern is that AI responses are so precise that people will no longer click on ad links, causing Google to lose a lot of money. Click the link to continue reading, we’ll keep watching to see what happens.
  • By the norm, we rounded best new android apps, best new android gamesand most controversial apps and games You can click on any link to review our selections from last year. Overall, there are ten controversial apps and games, as well as 50 apps and games to scroll through. It’s been a pretty exciting year with some interesting launches.

Alliance Alive HD Remastered

Price: $11.99

Alliance Alive HD Remastered is a remaster of the Nintendo 3DS game of the same name. It’s also available on Steam, Nintendo Switch, and iOS. The game is an RPG set in a fantasy world. Players eventually end up with nine characters whose stories intertwine with each other. Combat is turn-based and quite indicative of the JRPGs of its era. The game includes the whole story from the original along with updated graphics, new features and of course mobile controls. It’s a little pricey at $11.99, but there are no ads or in-app purchases to tarnish the experience after that.

Just Launcher

Price: Free

Mere Launcher screenshot 2022

Mere Launcher is a minimalist launcher with larger icons. The home screen shows your favorite apps with a simple shortcut to the app drawer where you can find everything. The app includes dark and light themes, a background tint function for enhanced contrast, and you can even manipulate the launcher landscape if needed. There aren’t tons of extra features, but that’s normal for a minimalist app. It’s not half bad and worked well in our tests.

frozen city

Price: free to play

Frozen City is a city building simulator. It takes place in a world surrounded by snow and ice, and this affects the survival aspects of the game. You slowly build your city, recruit newcomers to the survivors, explore the wilderness and survive the cold. Pretty simple gameplay without many twists and turns to piss off the player. There are microtransactions, but they’re not terrible. Except for some early game bugs, everything works pretty well.

My Connection Manager

Price: Free

My Connection Manager screenshot 2022

My Link Manager is an application for organizing and managing your web browser bookmarks. This is an especially great app if you’re using a web browser that doesn’t support bookmarks or let you sync them to a new device. Overall it’s a pretty simple app. You put your links there, edit them, and retrieve them when needed. There is an import and export function so you can back them up. It also does not require Internet access, making it a completely offline app. There’s really not much wrong with that and it worked well in our tests.

no legion

Price: free to play

Ever Legion screenshot 2022

Ever Legion is an idle RPG. The game takes the player on an adventure to save his family from turning into undead monsters. You collect heroes, let them fight to level up, and you progress through the game. As the genre suggests, the game plays itself in the background so you can grind while you sleep. Graphics are good. We liked the world design more than the character design, but it’s a very Diablo-like experience with dark color palettes. It competes with games like AFK Arena, and as long as the developer doesn’t make mistakes, it can really do it.

If we missed any major Android app or game news or release, tell us about it in the comments.
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