Here at Android Headlines we come across a bunch of new apps almost daily. Some of them aren’t so good, while others are amazing. So every week we put together a small list of good quality apps that are both old and new. The list is hand picked by our staff with you, our readers in mind. As always, our comments are open for suggestions so feel free to throw your favorite apps in the comments down below.
Do you have a Nexus device, or a newer Motorola device with software keys? Want to change how they look without having to flash a ROM or flash a zip yourself? Well as long as you’re rooted, you can use Softkeyz. It has many different software keys for you to choose from. It’s also crazy easy to use. It is $1.99 though.
This is a new game available in the Play Store, it’s $4.99 to buy and is pretty much worth it. Weird Worlds big thing is “return to infinite space” which is definitely interesting. If you’re into games with great graphics, and are a bit different from normal popular games, then you’ll want to check this one out.
Not up on the latest “slang”? Well Urban Dictionary is here to help. Many of you have probably used their website before, but now they have an Android app and it works. It does look a little outdated, so hopefully the folks over at Urban Dictionary can switch it over to Holo soon. But it is free, and a bit faster than just going to their site from your browser.
Neatly for Twitter
Looking for a new Twitter client? Neatly might be your next choice. Neatly is an interesting Twitter client. It does follow the Holo guidelines, which is always a big plus for us, but it also has a few features you’ve probably never seen in a Twitter client before. Like the common interests meter on users profile pages.
Here’s a new widget for your home screen. It’s a play off of Google Now and the cards UI. It’s a nice 4×1 widget that can show the weather, toggles or clock and battery life. It’s a very nice and elegant looking widget and I have it on my Nexus 4 and it looks great. It’s completely free, so there’s no reason not to check it out.