5 Android Apps You Shouldn’t Miss This Week

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Welcome to 465 Android Apps Weekly and the final release in 2022. Happy New Year and here are the big headlines from last week:

  • We asked our readers how good Google was this year. You all told us You think Google is pretty good this year, both in terms of hardware and software. When it comes to statistics, 48% of you think Google had a good year, while only about 5% think it was a complete failure. You can visit the link to see more detailed statistics.
  • We also asked our readers when was the last time they downloaded an app on Android. More than 40% of our readers have sideloaded an app in the past month, and only about 15% have never sideloaded an app. We found it interesting because the general story is that sideloading is rare. It seems we have rare readers.
  • Our Adam Birney tried use Google Translate when traveling with some mixed results. For example, some traveler-friendly features don’t work offline. Adam described his experience with various features working or not, and you can read it at the link above.
  • Concerned about Google Search. The number of AI tools and their growing popularity leaves the company a little out of place. According to the report, the situation is a code red on Google. The worry is that the AI ​​answers are so harsh that people won’t click on the ad links anymore, which will cost Google a lot of money. Click the link to continue reading and we’ll continue monitoring to see what happens.
  • In accordance with the norm, we rounded up best new android apps, best new android gamesand the most controversial apps and games from last year. You can access any link to familiarize yourself with our options. In total, there are 50 apps and games to go through, along with ten more controversial apps and games. It’s been quite an exciting year with some exciting 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 is also available on Steam, Nintendo Switch and iOS. The game is an RPG game that takes place in a fantasy world. Players eventually encounter nine characters, each with a story that intertwines with the others. Combat is turn-based and fairly indicative of JRPGs of its era. The game includes the entire story from the original, updated graphics, new features and of course mobile controls. It’s a bit pricey at $11.99, but then there are no ads or in-app purchases to mar the experience.

Just a Launcher

Price: Free

Mere Launcher screenshot 2022

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

Frozen City

Price: It was free to play

Frozen City is a city building simulator. It is set in a world surrounded by snow and ice, which affects the survival aspects of the game. You gradually build your city, assigning new survivors to complete missions, explore the wilderness and survive the cold. It is a simple enough game without too many twists and turns to annoy the player. There are microtransactions, but they’re not terrible. Aside from some early game bugs, everything works pretty well.

My Link Manager

Price: Free

My Link Manager screenshot 2022

My Link Manager is a program to organize and manage your web browser bookmarks. This is especially great if you’re using a web browser that doesn’t support bookmarks or sync them to a new device. Overall, it’s a pretty simple program. You put your links in there, organize them, and take them back 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 program. There really isn’t much wrong with it and it worked well in our tests.

Always Legion

Price: It was 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 being turned into undead monsters. You collect heroes, let them go to battle to level up and advance in the game. As the genre suggests, the game plays itself in the background so you can grind while you sleep. The graphics are decent. We liked the world design better than the character design, but it’s a very Diablo-like experience with a dark color palette. It competes with games like AFK Arena, and as long as the developer doesn’t interfere, it could really succeed.

Let us know in the comments if we’ve missed any great Android apps or games news or releases.
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