Featured: Top 10 Android Apps For Cat Lovers - Oct 2015

Everyone loves cats, right? Well, if you do then you are in luck as the Play Store is full of Android apps that all come with a cat theme of some sort. If you are looking for a cat based game, then there are plenty to choose from, if you are looking for some new cat based wallpapers, then there are plenty to choose from, if you are looking for an app which can play you cat sounds, then there is also plenty to choose from. In fact, there are so many cat apps on the Play Store now that it can be hard to sort through them. Well, to save you some time, here are ten Android apps for cat lovers that are worth checking out.

Cat Sounds

Starting today's list is a app for you and your app. Cat Sounds provides a wealth of pre-recorded cat sounds for you to choose from and listen to. If you are away from home and need to quickly here a cat meowing then this will do the job. Likewise, if you want to play the sounds and keep your cat entertained, then this will do the job too.

Talking Tom Cat 2

Talking Tom Cat is a very popular cat app on the Play Store and this is the follow up, Talking Tom Cat 2 and a great way to kill some spare time. You can play with Tom and you can even get him to repeat everything you say. Not to mention, you can record Tom and send him to your friends via various social media outlets all from within the app.

Cat Breeds

Now, there needs to be a disclaimer with this one as it does not seem to receive that many updates. As such, the interface is not the best or most attractive. However, if you are looking for an app which can help you better get to know different breeds then this will be a good option to try out.

Nom Cat

If you're looking for a really crazy cat game then look no further than Nom Cat. Taking what seems to be a clear influence from Nyan Cat and Grumpy Cat, this game lets you feed cats in some crazy environments. While the game is quite repetitive, it is also quite addictive and is one of those never ending options. So you have been warned.

Cat Simulator

Looking for a more sensible cat game where you can be the cat and stroll around the garden before going back into the house and tearing the place to pieces? Then Cat Simulator is the one to go for. In spite of this being a game, this one does come with some really great and life-like graphics and gameplay.

Cat Wallpapers!

Every app list needs a wallpaper app and every smartphone needs a cat wallpaper in the background. If that way of thinking matches yours, then Cat Wallpapers offers a large variety of cat themed wallpapers for you to choose from. Find the one that matches your phone the most and you are good to go.

Stalker Cat Live Wallpaper Lt

However, if you are looking for a more unique wallpaper app then Stalker Cat Live Wallpaper is certainly one to check out. This is a great live wallpaper app where the cat will randomly pop up on your screen when you are least expecting it. Really nice dark themed live wallpaper.

Mimitos cat - Virtual Pet

If you were someone who was big into the tamagotchi scene, then Mimitos Cat is kinda like a tamagotchi for your phone. As such, you can expect hours of taking care of your new Mimitos Meow Meow, feeding them, petting them and just showering them with attention.

Lets Draw Cats and Dogs

This is another great cat app (although it has dogs too). The object of Lets Draw Cats and Dogs is to better help the user to learn how to draw the cute and cuddly animals. You can choose from a wide range of breeds and then go through the step-by-step process until you have mastered the complete drawing.

Spot The Cat

Clocking out today's list is an app which bridges both cat game apps and cat picture apps. This one is designed to be a 'find me' type app where the main point is to try and locate the cat in the picture. There are plenty of images to go though and it is harder than you might expect.

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