From time to time, the guys at Google pick the best apps and games from the past few months in a collection they have dubbed Android Excellence.
Google chooses the best applications in Android Excellence
It is a tradition that from time to time Google publishes in an article which are the best Android applications of the moment. They are not usually new applications, but they are applications that lately are doing great. This time the list is varied, where three applications stand out above the others.
Beelinguapp is a quite peculiar audiobook application. The objective of this application is that we can learn languages while enjoying history. We will only have to select our language and the language we want to learn. Once selected, the text will appear in both languages, while it only sounds in one of them. Ideal to improve your level with reading.
Fortune City is an application whose function is to help us keep track of our expenses. In the application we will have to write down our expenses, and we will be able to see if we are doing it right or wrong in a kind of simulation, a curious game.
Finally, ShareTheMeal is an application in which we can donate money to feed people in need. It is not the first time that it has been highlighted by Google, and it is for solidarity.
On a personal level, I can recommend Pocket Casts, one of the best apps to listen to Podcast on Android. I also often use Trello, which is a corkboard-like task manager full of Post-its lifelong.
List of Android Excellence applications
The best Android Excellence games
The list of games is a little more limited than that of applications, and it's not that the catalog is full of news. Google has highlighted Animal Crossing and Shadowgun Legends, high-level games that need no introduction. The third game that Google highlights is Cash, Inc, a style game clicker which consists of tapping on the screen to get money and improve your empire.
Remarkable War Heroes, a military version of the Clash Royale and Shadow Fight 3.