Mar 09 AT 3:53 PM Steve Raycraft 2 Comments

Top 5 most popular Android apps from last week: PhotoMath, Source


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. When Monday rolls around, we look back to see which apps were the most appealing to our audience. Read on for the five most popular Android apps from last week. These apps are ones that are most likely new and haven’t appeared in the top five list more than three times.

1. Google PDF Viewer

Google PDF Viewer

App info:  PDF Viewing is now available directly in Google Drive. For environments where this cannot be deployed, Google PDF Viewer offers the same capabilities in a standalone app.


2. PhotoMath


App info: PhotoMath is the world’s smartest camera calculator! Just point your camera to a Math problem, and PhotoMath will instantly display the answer.


3. Keyboard for Excel

Keyboard for Excel

App info: Keyboard for Excel, a Microsoft Garage project, provides a keyboard optimized for numbers. It delivers speed and efficiency to Excel users entering data.


4. Source


App info: Source pulls articles from different services such as Feedly, Twitter lists, Inoreader, RSS, and The Old Reader to give you all of the most up to date news that you are looking for.


5. Techie Smart Store

Techie Smart Store

App info: The Techie Smart Store app is the ultimate price and feature comparison shopping engine to help buyers look for the best deals, on the latest gadgets and technologies.


Note:  To ensure that all apps receive a fair chance to make the list, we will retire any app that has made the list for three consecutive weeks.

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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