Featured: Top 10 Astrology Apps For Android

With 2016 now finally here, you may be wondering what the year has in store for you. Or maybe you are more interested in just getting weekly or daily updates on what lies ahead. However, you prefer to receive astrology-based predictions, there are a number of Android apps which are designed to assist. In fact, there are quite a number of them now available on the Play Store and all come with different and unique aspects. To help you narrow down the list, below are ten astrology apps for Android that are worth checking out.

Complete Astrology & Zodiac

Starting off today's list is Complete Astrology & Zodiac. For those looking for an all in one type of app then this is one worth checking out. As well as your daily horoscope, you can also learn about your birthstone, ruling planet and other birth-related aspects.

Daily Horoscope

If the previous app sounds a bit too much compared to what you are looking for and would much rather just a straightforward horoscope app, then Daily Horoscope is probably more appropriate. This is an app which very quickly lets you check in on a daily basis and see what your current day's predictions are.

Yodha My Astrology & Horoscope

The Yodha My Astrology & Horoscope app looks to offer a much more comprehensive level of self-learning and as such, with this app you can make use of your own personal astrologer who is on hand to answer any questions that you might have.

Zodiac & Astrology

For those looking for an extremely feature-rich astrology app, then you won't find many more featured than Zodiac & Astrology. As well as your daily, weekly, monthly and even yearly horoscopes, this app also offers face readings (by taking a picture), as well as palm readings and even tarot readings.

Planetary Times: Astrology

The next app on the list today is Planetary Times: Astrology and this app is designed to keep you better informed on the alignment of your planets. As such, this app will let you know your planetary current time as well relevant sunrises and sunsets.

Aquarius2Go Astrology

Another lunar-based app on today's list is the Aquarius2Go Astrology app and this one looks to offer more chart-based information on your planets and signs. With this app, you can keep track of your lunar calendar, astrological clock and just generally keep up to date with the planets.

Astrology & Horoscope

Moving on and Astrology & Horoscope looks to provide horoscopes based on Vedic, Indian and Hindu astrology. Therefore if you are looking for information on Avakahra Chakra and Ghat Chakra or all of the Shodash Varga charts, then this app will be worth checking out.

My Horoscope

My Horoscope is quite simply one of the most popular astrology and horoscope apps available on the Play Store and has already accumulated a significant number of downloads. Therefore, if you are looking for a more tried, tested and approved app, then this could be one with checking out. Daily horoscopes are on offer, as our 7-day horoscopes.

Love Horoscopes

For those looking to be more lucky in love, then Love Horoscopes is an app which looks to provide you with greater insight on your love direction going forward. That said, this is more than just a love horoscope app and will also help to offer daily predictions on your emotions in general, as well as providing daily lucky numbers.

2016 Astrology & Horoscope Lt

Closing out the list today is 2016 Astrology & Horoscope Lt. First and foremost, this is a Lite version of the premium app, although it is a great way to check out if this is the sort of astrology app you are looking for before purchasing. The app itself is one which looks to offer a richer UI experience and will provide much of the predictions on offer with the rest of the apps on the list, as well as a few hidden extras.

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