Oct 09 AT 2:50 PM Steve Raycraft 17 Comments

Fresh Meat: 10 new Android apps worth checking out


New apps need lovin’ too, right? Every day there are thousands of new entries on the Google Play store, but many go unnoticed and never receive the attention they deserve. We’ve shown in the past that this community can discover great apps and launch them to new heights. Our weekly column Fresh Meat highlights new apps with less than 100k installs. Browse our new Android app picks below and let us know which ones you enjoy.

Dashnotifier for DashClock


Description: Using the Notification service introduced in Android 4.3, add notifications for up to seven applications in DashClock widget. This extension allows you to configure almost everything that is possible with the current version of DashClock. You can change extension titles, content, icons and click behavior.


Autodance 2014


Description: Whether you want to show off your best moves or simply have fun with friends, Autodance 2014 by Just Dance lets you capture your favorite moments then remix the playback and add your favorite soundtrack!




Description: Watch full episodes of your favorite CBS shows with the free CBS app for Android! Enjoy primetime, daytime and late night episodes from America’s most watched network.




Description: The MixBit app lets you record, edit and publish videos as short as one second or as long as an hour – right from your mobile device.


Readmill – ebook reader


Description: Readmill is a beautiful ebook reader that lets you read and share books. Try it and discover how great reading books on your phone can be. The best ebook reader is already in your pocket.


Circa News

Circa News

Description: News articles and small screens just don’t play well together. Circa solves that problem by condensing the news and making it much easier to read while on-the-go. Tediously reading long articles just to stay up to date is a thing of the past with Circa’s factual and comprehensive, but to-the-point news coverage.


Ringtones Roulette

Ringtones Roulette

Description:  Tired of manually changing ringtones? More than one ringtone you like and you can’t chose one? Ringtones Roulette is the answer! Create a list of ringtones and we will change your ringtone for you.


Hacker News (YC)

Hacker News

Description: Read Hacker News (http://news.ycombinator.com) articles and comments with this clean, simple, modern looking and fast performing universal app.


DigiCal Calendar & Widgets


Description: DigiCal is a stylish and user friendly calendar app that syncs all your appointments with Google Calendar, Outlook and Exchange. Six powerful and stylish calendar views. Choose from the day, week, agenda, month, text month and list view in portrait and landscape mode.


Google Shopping Express

Google Shopping Express

Description:  Available in San Francisco and SF Peninsula only. Imagine having everything you need delivered from local stores to your doorstep. Tackling your to-do list in minutes–not hours. And saving your weekends for the things you actually want to do. It’s all possible with Google Shopping Express.


I was first introduced to Android with the Samsung Fascinate and I've been hooked ever since. I love the customization that Android offers the user to personalize their phone. I enjoy writing and have been blessed with the opportunity to share this passion for Android with others.

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  • Gill Android

    Readmill seems decent

    • mkstvns

      Does look good. I’ve been using Moon+ pretty religiously, but I might give Readmill a go, methinks.

      • mkstvns

        Alrighty, I’ve just had a go with Readmill.

        Incredibly bare bones, but it does the basics fine. It does however need an option to adjust margins and line/paragraph spacing. Moon+ offers a bucketload of options for tweaking the appearance and functions of its app, but I’m sure most folks find them unnecessary anyway.

        It’s also a shame that you have to register with the Readmill service before you can even try the app out. Registration options are Facebook or email – yet another Android app with social media registration that doesn’t include Google.

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  • thekaz

    DigiCal has been out for quite some time. Has between 500k – 1M installs.

    That being said, I love it and highly recommend it.

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  • Ryan

    Great Post!!! I love all of these 10 android apps. And Google Shopping Express is my favorite these days.

  • smeghead68

    Will have to give DigiCal a go. I just use the google calendar but looking for something a bit different.

  • Pravas

    Hacker news interests me..Gotta try now

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