Jan 27 AT 4:34 PM Steve Raycraft 6 Comments

Top 10 most popular Android apps from last week: Beats Music, Udemy


Every week we cover new Android apps with Fresh Meat on Wednesday, followed by Android Gaming on Thursday and Top 10 app updates on Friday. On Mondays we look back to see which ones were the most crowd-pleasing among our audience. Read on for the 10 most popular Android apps among your peers from last week.

1. Falcon Pro*

Falcon Pro

App info: Falcon Pro is a very popular Twitter client with many customization options.


2. Beats Music

beats Music

App info: This nerw streaming service offers access to 20 million songs and brings a unique feature dubbed The Sentence. The sentence lets you select music based on location, activity and mood


3. Timeshift burst

Timeshift burst

App info: Timeshift burst is a great app to catch action shots on your smartphone camera. The app captures 61 frames in 2 seconds allowing you select the best shot to share with friends and family.


4. Table Top Racing

Table Top Racing

App info: Here is a new combat racing game from the co-creator of the WipEout franchise. Table Top Racing includes 17 upgradeable cars and 8 unique race tracks.


5. MovieTube HD: Watch Movies


App info: MovieTube HD searches YouTube for movies that have been uploaded by YouTube users and includes support for multiple languages.


6. The Cleaner

The Cleaner

App info: The Cleaner helps you speed up your device by removing redundant files, freeing up RAM and opening up additional storage space.


7. Udemy


App info: Udemy is a great way to take an online course. There are over 2,000,000 people that haven taken a Udemy course.


8. Level Money


App info: Level is a great app to help you within your budget for the month. Level calculates what money is left over after bills and details what ‘Spendable’ cash you have for the month.


9. Overlays*


App info: Overlays requires root access, but it provides you widget access from anywhere.


10. Motorola Gallery

Motorola Gallery

App info: Gallery lets you view and share your photos and videos in an immersive, full-screen experience. Easily personalise your photos with frames, filters and more in just a few taps.


Note:  To ensure apps receive a fair chance to make the list, we will retire any app that has made the list for 3 consecutive weeks and will place it in our Android and Me App Hall of Fame. We will post this Hall of Fame list in a dedicated series.

Any app with * next to the title indicates it will now be added to our Hall of Fame list and will no longer be listed in this article.

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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  • naah adamah

    Good job. This articles make my phone my companion.

  • naah adamah

    Keeps me up to date.

  • Derek R-C

    Honest question. I haven’t used the Beats app yet but it looks very similar to 8track. What are the advantages of beats over 8track?

  • azswift

    FYI, the Sony and Motorola apps require devices from those vendors to use. I can’t use either one on Galaxy S3.

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