There is an extreme amount of apps on Google Play market, and it can be quite overwhelming. Lately, we’ve been posting about the best “free” apps. In this post we’ll switch it up and let you know which apps are worth paying for.
1. Call of Duty: Strike Team
Call of Duty: Strike Team is an action game developed by Activision Publishing, Inc. Customize your squad with weapons lead them into combat. Fight off waves of enemies and make your way to the top of the leaderboard. You can download Call of Duty: Strike Team from the Google Play Store here.
2. Swiftkey Keyboard
Developed by TouchType Ltd., Swiftkey is able to understand not just patterns in your typing, but also how words work together. Swiftkey can continue to learn from SMS, your email and even social media accounts (if enabled), so it gets better at making predictions as you type. You can purchase Swiftkey from the Google Play Store here.
3. Drift Mania: Street Outlaws
Drift Mania: Street Outlaws is a racing game developed by Ratrod Studio Inc. Customize your vehicle and drift around some of the most hazardous roads. Compete against different opponents and brag about your results on Facebook. You can download Drift Mania: Street Outlaws from the Google Play Store here.
4. PicSay Pro
With PicSay Android app, users can get creative by adding word bubbles, clip-art graphics and word art titles. Apply photo-editing basics like contrast, color temperature, and add cool effects. When you’re done editing your photos, share your them with friends on social networking sites. You can purchase PicSay Pro Photo Editor from the Google Play Store here.
5. The Walking Dead: Assault
The Walking Dead: Assault is a strategy game based on Robert Kirkman’s Eisner award winning comic series “The Walking Dead.” Players control Rick Grimes as he awakens in the hospital where he recovered from his coma. As you walk around the hospital, gather up as many supplies as you can and destroy the walker hordes. Additional booster items will give you more ammo and health. Complete bonus challenges and unlock special content including new artwork and wallpapers for your Android device. You can purchase The Walking Dead: Assault from the Google Play Store here.
Nova Launcher Prime is a home screen replacement app for Android developed by TeslaCoil Software. Use swiping gestures to start Nova Actions and clean up the clutter by hiding apps you never use. Unread counts show in dock, desktop, drawer and folders. Get more use out of your dock by taking advantage of the swipe-actions. You can purchase Nova Launcher Pro from the Google Play Store here.
7. Bloon TD 5
Bloons TD 5 is a tower defense strategy game created by Ninja Kiwi. Players can select game modes from easy, medium and hard. Players will test their skills on a new jungle track. Although this game doesn’t have any soldiers or towers, an army of monkeys will need to pop balloons. Each balloon you pop gives you more cash so you can upgrade. Players have the ability to record and share videos with friends and family on social networks. Compete with your friends and share high scores via Game Center social network. You can download Bloon TD 5 from the Google Play Store here.
8. Pocket Casts
Pocket Casts is a podcast manager developed by shiftyjelly. You can add your favorite podcasts, and stream new episodes once they become available. Sync and back up your subscriptions, podcasts, and playlists. Easily convert video podcasts to audio and share your favorite episodes You can download Pocket Casts from the Google Play Store here.
9. Plants Vs. Zombies
In Plants vs. Zombies, Zombies are slowly making their way to your home and you must have a defence line and use your gardening skills to stop them. Planting sunflowers will help generate sunshine, and will kill the zombies. When you advance, you’ll be able to unlock new weapons, new zombies, and new different parts of the yard. Plants vs. Zombies is a fun zombie game.You can purchase Plants vs. Zombies from the Google Play Store here.
10. Root Explorer
Root Explorer is a file manager developed by Speed Software. With Root Explorer, root users can access android’s file system. Users can easily create zip files, extract archives, and send files via email. You can download Root Explorer from the Google Play Store here.