Best Android Apps 2013: Free and paid apps for Android
Activision has marked the 30th anniversary of the Atari 2600 classic by giving the game a reboot for smartphones and tablets with 3D graphics, Temple Run-style gameplay and a frantically switching camera angles that makes the modern makeover worthy once again of its exclamation mark.
Price: Free | Download Pitfall! Android app
Flipboard: Your News Magazine
The news-reading app which turns all your feeds into a glossy digital magazine has only recently landed on Google Play and the latest update brings support for the Daydream Android 4.2 feature which means when you dock your device, you can see the latest stories floating around your screen as it charges up.
Price: Free | Download Flipboard Android app
It’s taken a while but having been an exclusive for iPhone users and Android customers on 02, the running tracking app is now available to download for everyone (well, almost). If you have a compatible device you can use your phone’s GPS and accelerometer to record run data and with the UI given a much needed refresh also see runs in greater detail with intergration for Nike’s Fuel Points system.
Price: Free | Download Nike+ Running Android app
Letting you make calls from your smartphone at landline prices, BT customers can register up to 5 smartphones to benefit from dialling 0800 numbers or making calls abroad to the UK over Wi-Fi, 3G and 4G and not getting a crippling phone bill in return.
Price: Free | Download BT SmartTalk Android app
Rapidly growing as one of the most popular ways to make getting fit more of a game, Fitocracy has now come to Android which means you can workout and discover new exercises all while levelling up like real-life video game character.
Price: Free | Download Fitocracy Android app