There have been quite a few applications dropped so far this month that are certainly worth taking a look at, whether you play games, love to exercise, run a small business, love music, or all of the above, we've rounded up a list of apps that fit into all of these categories in one way or another. Apps are something most people with smartphones tend to use on a daily basis, so it's always nice to see what's new and fresh that could make our user experience with smartphones better. Here is our list of ten of the top Android apps for November.
DoubleClick For Publishers
If you're someone who runs a small business that has to do with online publishing, you may already use Google's DoubleClick service. if that's the case, then you'll want to download and install their new app tailored for this service. You can view important details at a glance from the dashboard and access a range of other options.
If you're tired of the gym and all the busy chaos and high prices for memberships that sometimes comes along with it, you should check out Runtastic Results Training. The app is aimed at getting you into shape using bodyweight training techniques to see results in as soon as 12 weeks. It does cost $50 for the full 12-week program experience, but that's much less than you'll pay for three months worth of gym memberships at most gyms, plus you can workout from the comfort of your own home with this app.
Star Wars Battlefront Companion App
If you're going to be playing Star Wars Battlefront on any platform, installing the companion app is a good idea as it can help enhance the experience as well as you give information and stats on your characters when not actually in the game. It also has a built-in mini-game called Base Command which can earn you items that are usable in the full Battlefront game.
This is really only useful to those who have HTC devices, and if you fit into that category then you can now get the HTC camera app from the HTC One A9. The one caveat is that you need Android 6.0 marshmallow to run it, and currently this list is very limited. It features things like Pro camera mode that has support for RAW photos, so if you have an HTC device and can install it, it might be worth checking out.
If you or someone in your family owns the all-new Samsung Galaxy View tablet, this app is just for you. It's basically a bulletin board for sharing the best and most memorable photos on the giant Galaxy View screen. Users can be added to the "family square" and then push photos to the bulletin board to keep family connected with all the moments that are captured from multiple devices.
This particular app is tailored towards those who own drones, specifically one of three different drones from DJI that are currently the only supported models. It provides you with a collective of mapping information for you to use during Drone Flight so you can more easily navigate your flights, thanks to things like alerts for upcoming obstructions and no-fly zones.
This is another companion app and is geared towards those who are playing the new game from Bethesda that released this week, Fallout 4. While it was highly advertised as a great addition to anyone who grabbed the life-size wearable Pip-Boy replica, it can be used without as well and provides you on-screen stats of your character on the go and while playing, and has a built-in mini-game to keep you occupied when not playing Fallout 4. Definitely a must-have for the Fallout fans.
Similar to the way YouTube now has a separate app for gaming related videos and game streaming, they als now have the YouTube Music app for just music. With it you have access to a vast selection of music videos for listening or viewing, including features like background playback, scalable variety so the app knows whether to give you more songs like what you're listening to or to broaden things a little bit, plus a whole lot more.
This is a third party home launcher and one takes a different approach to this aspect of Android customization than most. It's aimed at keeping your homescreen organized. It organizes your apps as well as your widgets into folders you create, features a full material design style UI and gives you easy access to stuff with its unique panel design.
Love it or hate, Apple Music is one of the best apps to launch this month on Android. It's still in beta format so expect some changes and improvements to come in future updates, but it's now out of closed beta and open to anyone who wants to give it a shot. You can tell the app what you like to listen to down to the type of music and the artist during setup, which helps it to give you personalized playlists and stations to listen to based on your likes. You also get access to all the latest music that is newly released including single songs and full albums, and it comes with a 90-day free trial.