Sep 18 AT 1:45 PM Steve Raycraft 10 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.

Dynamic Keyboard

Dynamic Keyboard

Description: Using machine learning technologies and artificial intelligence algorithms, I have been able to create a database of intelligence that helps modify the keys’ visibility and size depending upon the likelihood of that letter.


Autodesk FormIt

Autodesk FormIt

Description: Autodesk® FormIt helps you capture building design concepts digitally anytime, anywhere ideas strike. Use real-world site information to help create forms in context and support early design decisions with real building data.


Wickr Self-Destruct Messaging


Description: Send self-destructing messages for free to other Wickr users anywhere in the world while leaving no trace. Send and receive text, photos, videos and voice messages that are:
- CONTROLLED – Sender decides who sees what, where and for how long.
- SECURE – Military-grade encryption (AES256,ECDH521,RSA4096 TLS), we do not have the keys.
- PRIVATE – Not shared with strangers; deletes metadata (location, time, identification and edits).




Description: FlashFox is the free mobile web browser that puts the power of the open and complete web in your hands. Enjoy Flash videos, live sports, news and play tons of interactive Flash games and content just like being on a desktop browser!




Description: NetLive allows you to monitor your internet data transfer rate while also showing the app that is using the most data at the current moment. It runs both in the notification drawer or as a widget, so you always have access to your transfer rate information.




Description: Learnist for Android smartphones and tablets makes learning from experts fast and easy by remixing anything on the web like videos, ebooks, maps, blogs, podcasts, surveys and more into simple and elegant learning resources on any topic.


My Calc


Description:  Powerful and easy-to-use calculator capable of solving your operations quickly and easily. This app includes: scientific calculator, standard calculator, tip calculator and percent calculator, which can be accessed from the menu.


LG G2 Emulator

LG G2 Emulator

Description: With LG G2 Emulator application, you can experience the highly excellent LG G2 functions like on the real LG G2. In addition, you can participate in the event when you get the 6 coupons by completing the 6 features of LG G2. You can win prizes such as LG G2 through a lucky draw.




Description: Today is a minimal, transparent agenda widget for Android. Today syncs with your Google Calendar to show your upcoming events in a beautiful list, on both your home screen and your lock screen.




Description:  Launch apps in Tasker dynamically with AutoLaunch. Also, query your apps and act on them! You can use Tasker variables to do this, so this makes it possible to launch apps by voice commands.


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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    • SGB101

      Not much of an achievement when the post was live for two hours!

  • Ben

    I tried Wickr and Netlive. You can only communicate with other people that have installed Wickr so I uninstalled it. Netlive has no way that I could see to run an app. and at the same time use Netlive to monitor data transfer so uninstalled it too.

  • ALive Wall

    Worth checking out this Android Live Wallpaper – ALive Wall at:

  • Jon

    I have been wondering for a while now whether Google Play Music All Access parses significantly more data for music that is not “On device” (since it requires a network connection for playback). I installed the above mentioned NetLive app, and it answered my question just like that.

  • josh

    (in re: to your FlashFox app, which i’ll now be downloading)

  • Amit Kumar Dwivedi

    Yes, It is absolutely true that every day there are thousands of new entries on the Google Play store, but many go unnoticed and never receive the attention they deserve.
    I browsed your new Android app picks and I want to tell you “My Calc” is the apps that i really like. Because it is more worthy for me specially for transaction related.

    One more android application I want to suggest you please consider “[email protected]”, This facilitates for better user experience during traveling abroad without cell phone.


  • donger

    That new meat.

  • Mayur

    Dynamic Keyboard & Wicker really seem awesome. You have listed apps that are really worth checking out. But as Amit said, thousands of new apps are added daily to App stores but many of them go un noticed.
    Even I am developing an app, but I won’t like to go un noticed like others. For making app more user friendly, I would like your help, in knowing certain key things regarding usage & pricing. Can u please spare some time and answer few questions? It won’t take more than 2 minutes. Link is given below:
    or shortened link: