It’s Sunday, the time of the week when Cult of Android brings you its report on some of the very best apps we have been using throughout the past week.
This week we have been trying out a very useful to-do list, a mouth-watering food app, a festive live wallpaper and a handy battery widget.
Any.do To-do List & Task List:
Up first this week, we have Any.do which is a very futuristic and user-friendly to-do list application that syncs seamlessly with the cloud, so you can stay up to date with just about anything you choose across all of your devices. The app recently received a very large update, which brings several new features including; alerts, speech recognition, Google Task Sync, sub tasks, re-designed widgets, as well as gesture support. This means that Any.do is by far the most functional task listing service on the Play Store to date.
In addition to storing personal lists, users will also have the ability to share their lists with friends, family and colleagues, giving them the tools to accomplish much more as a team. For example, they can use the app to share a grocery list with their partner, or to plan a day out with their friends.
Any.do To-Do List & Task List is free to download on Google Play and you can grab it by clicking here.
Secondly, we have Evernote Food which is one of the most useful apps any “foodie” could possibly have. It helps users to remember the food they love, and enables them to discover great recipes and find restaurants around them wherever they are in the world. The app is made up of four sections: Explore Recipes, My Cookbook, Restaurants and My Meals. By clicking on these headings, users will be able to research the best recipes from across the web and save them to their personal cookbook to try later. In addition, they’ll also have the facility to document their food experiences through photos, notes and locations.
Evernote Food also has a corresponding Web Clipper app, which give users the means to save recipes they find on the internet, and since Food is part of Evernote, recipes they clip on their desktop will also appear in the My Cookbook section of the Android app. Users will then be able to use tags to organize these based on ingredients and calories.
Evernote Food is free to download on Google Play and you can grab it by clicking here.
Snowflake 3D Live Wallpaper:
Christmas is approaching very quickly, and to get us in the festive mood up next we have a very fitting live wallpaper. Snowflake 3D is a simple, smooth, and very soothing background. Once installed on a user’s device, the wallpaper will change to a blank red canvas, and snowflakes slowly float in from all directions.
Unfortunately, much like all of Wasabi’s other masterpieces, there are adverts included, but thankfully they are only housed in the wallpaper’s settings.
Snowflake 3D live wallpaper is free to download on Google Play and you can grab it by clicking here.
We here at Cult of Android love a good battery indicator, and that’s why we are featuring Battery Widget as our last “App of The Week.” Battery Widget is an extremely simple and clean battery widget for any Android smartphone or tablet running Android 1.5 and above. The widget provides users with an accurate reading of their current battery power and temperature enabling them to constantly monitor the level and condition of the battery.
Battery Widget is free to download on Google Play and you can grab it by clicking here.