OUR WEEKLY ANDROID APPS PICKS
It’s Appday for us and that means we are back with more of our favorites to share with you. Every week we try to bring a handful of great android apps to the table before you and share them with everyone on web. Sometimes these are new apps, sometimes old standards, but every time they are the apps for android we love to use.
Give these a look now and then take a minute to tell us all about the apps you are using and love so we can give them a try that will good for us. We all find some of our favorites right in the comments on these posts now!
1. JARED DIPANE — RUNKEEPER :-
New Year’s resolutions are kind of foolish, but what ever I decided this year to set a goal to be more active with you. Specifically, my goal for this year is to log 200 miles of running, outside. I have used Runkeeper in the past to log my runs and bike rides, and now I am back with it now.What it gives? Runkeeper allows me to quickly and easily set my goal, and track my progress when i want.
Anyone else interested in joining me with 200 miles of running this year? I’m starting with 1 mile runs in January, then will up it in February. Let’s do this!
2. RUSSELL HOLLY — WORMS 4 :-
I honestly never remember a time when I was not a fan of the Worms franchise. It was also one of those games by younger brothers and I would play against one another invariably, and in college it was the perfect time-waster between classes too. I have played them all togather, and now that Worms 4 is out on Android and I have an all new cause to fill whatever room I’m in with the tiny bursts and foreign insults that seem to always bring a smile to my face too.
Download: Worms 4 ($2.49)
3. JEN KARNER — WALLY+ :-
I have never been great at keeping a balanced budget for me. I always mean well, but I have managed to nearly dig myself into a hole many times to count. I have played around with plenty of the budget apps on Google Play many times, but my favorite is Wally+. It is still in beta version right now, so I am hoping for more features in it for me and for avery lover of it, but already it works really well. It is easy to use, and lets you take a glance at your current finances with a peek. One of the best features by far is the power to ta each expense with a location, so you can easily see where it is you are spending your money for. Wally+ helps me to see how much I am saving and what my daily budget is, so that I have money when I need it to buye some.
These were the android apps of this week selected for you.