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Top Ten Android Apps For 2014


Are you looking for the best android apps for 2014? Well look no further, My Gadget Angel has scoured the digital world sourcing the best android apps on the market.
Younger brother to Apple’s App Store maybe, but Google Play is coming up strong with android smartphones like the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4 showcasing the best of the Google mobile platform.
Take a look at our 2014 top ten android apps list.

contactive

CONTACTIVE

Almost everyone gets nuisance phone calls, if you don’t you can count yourself lucky. This clever app searches the web and provides you with any information on incoming calls by number matching and identifying the person or company behind the call. That’s pretty impressive right? So impressive and useful that Google built a something program into its latest Android 4.4 update.
Where from? Google Play
How much? Free

fifa

FIFA

With the World Cup in Brazil looming on the horizon this is definitely one of the must have apps for 2014. The official FIFA app combines all the football essentials, including news, player profiles and information on teams. The design is great and visually pleasing and the way this app looks was obviously a main concern of the developers. The FIFA app is jam packed with menus and clever little touches and is a load of fun to use. This app is top of its game and will keep you more than covered during the biggest football tournament this year.
Where from? Google Play
How much? Free

cliffhanger

CLIFFHANGER

With so many amazing TV shows on the box it can be hard work keeping up. So if you have trouble remembering what’s on and when, you might want to download the Cliffhanger app. This clever app will remember for you. How does that work? You simply input the programmes you want to watch and it will search the net letting you know when the programmes are on next. A neat diary function allows you to tick off the stuff you have watched as you go. Apart from it watching the TV for you what more could you ask for?
Where from? Google Play
How much? Free

jotter-pad

JOTTER PAD X

The Jotter Pad X is an app that offers a simple way to create documents. It has a sleek design and provides a quick method for knocking up notes on your Android device. The docs created in Jotter Pad X can also be easily synced with Dropbox, making for easy access. One of the best features is ‘Versions’, which keeps a record of any editing to documents, allowing you to go back to previous versions if you need to.
Where from? Google Play
How much? Free

repix

REPIX

There is no shortage of photo editing apps on the Google Play Store, and it’s unlikely that we will see the end of picture editing apps anytime soon, but why would we? Messing with pictures is fun! Repix aims to offer something slightly different to your average photo editing app, giving you more creative control over your snaps than rival apps and with over 28 brushes and 15 filters you will be spoilt for choice.
Where from? Google Play
How much? Free

ruffl

RUFFL

Anyone who has wasted a load of hard earned cash at a bad restaurant will like this app. With so many eateries to choose from it can be hard work working out which places to try out, add to that the type of food you fancy and you could spend half the night hungry. The Ruffl app is designed to help you out by suggesting nearby restaurants and cafes. Once you’ve chosen a place, this app can even tell you how to get there. A really useful app!
Where from? Google Play
How much? Free

TRX-force

TRX FORCE

Most people promise themselves they will get fit or at least a bit fitter. It usually happens around the start of the year. You make a plan to eat healthier, get more active, but it’s sticking to the plan that’s the hard part. The TRX Force app uses the same Tactical Conditioning Program as the US Military but don’t let that put you off, they use it for a reason, it produces results. Over the course of a 12-week fitness programme this app will push you to perform. With constants updates designed for extra motivation you might actually achieve your fitness goals.
Where from? Google Play
How much? Free

peeem

PeeeM

Peem is the instant massaging app exclusive to Android. But this app is one step ahead of rival instant messaging apps as it has the capability to share all file types. Locating friends is simple and you can do this either by scanning your Facebook, using the PMiD system or sending an email. Peem uses a proprietary encoded protocol to ensure users safety and privacy.
Where from? Google Play
How much? Free

duolingo

DUOLINGO

You might have heard of Duolingo as it has gained a lot of attention both critically and commercially, and for good reason too, it’s a great app. Duolingo is a free app designed as a learning tool to help users learn new languages, as well as improving language skills. It’s so good we can’t believe it’s free! Duolingo is also regularly updated so there is no shortage of challenges and additions.
Where from? Google Play
How much? Free

nooz

NOOZ

Nooz is an innovative app that brings you a news feed tailored specifically around your interests. It works by scanning your activity on social networks and then creates a feed of the latest news based on relevance to your interests. It’s a great way of cutting out all the things you would usually sift through. Stories are sourced from various news outlets and there are options for commenting and sharing articles. With the Nooz app you won’t need to scour for news that it is important to you, it will be made available in an easy to read personalised feed. The Nooz is a great app with the potential to save you a shed load of reading time.
Where from? Google Play
How much? Free