Along with the hot sun rays of the summer came some cool new apps for Android running devices and Playbooks. We have made a list with the most popular tablet applications of the month of July, according to the number of comments and downloads from online app stores.
We’re talking games, reading, music and events, people are keen on having them all and here is the list of the most sought for apps of the month:
Amazing Alex – the new Android game created by Angry Birds developers, Rovio. Physics lovers will find it quite interesting as it’s based on this area to solve puzzles. Casey’s Contraptions is the basis and the action happens in the chaotic house of a young boy, with each level presenting a cleaning challenge: toppling books, popping balloons or dumping balls in a bin. With the objects released from all the mess, users are able to solve the puzzles, earning bonuses for every three collected stars.
Amazon Kindle – this app available for both Android and Playbook is still up and running although it is hardly new. Up until this moment and on, the Amazon ecosystem has run the show when it comes to reading and buying books and this at a very user-friendly cost. Great for procuring newspapers and magazines, it’s considered more feasible than its iOS version because users can purchase content directly from Amazon to their devices.
Google Voice – this app works on Playbook, even though Blackberry App World is quite poor in official Google apps. Luckily, this one works and is great for users who need to utilize the microphone via the Android emulator. Chatting with friends and family has become possible and easy through this app for Playbook.
Ninja Fishing – Fruit Ninja lovers will be happy to hear that this app for Android combines several popular games and by taking elements from them, creates a complete-package game. The idea is to catch fish but avoid them catching your line, and once you get all the fish in the pond, to start slicing them into delicious sushi dishes.
BBC Olympics – last but definitely not least, this app created by BBC works on Android and Playbook but only for users in the UK. Seeing as the summer games are not two weeks away, this app comes in handy to get all the news and updates from the Olympics. Videos, news feed and a promise of complete coverage for tablets come form BBC, who created a highly interesting app for those who are into the Olympic Games.
This is the top 5 of the most popular tablet apps of the summer of 2012. Don’t know them all? Get them as soon as possible and see what the fuss is all about; and of course, enjoy!