Here’s a list of our favorite Android apps of April 2014.
Coursera, the popular online learning company, released its free Android app on Google Play. The company first released its iOS app just a few months ago. Coursera for Android is an app that connects students and professionals and offers free online courses from top universities. You can browse through 600 courses in more than 20 different subject areas, stream lectures online, and learn from top instructors. Coursera’s app makes it easy to you can learn on your own schedule. You can download Coursera from the Google Play Store here.
2. AVG Zen
AVG Technologies launched AVG Zen, a new free application that lets you protect all of your Android devices. AVG Zen lets you keep track of your Android smartphones and tablets, boost performance, and control your privacy. The app will help you keep your Android device running smoothly. You can download AVG Zen from the Google Play Store here.
If you’re looking to replace the wallpaper on your home screen, you might want to check out Facets, an app that features artwork from Australian artist Justin Maller. With Facets for Android, you can browse through over 365 pieces of art, varying form moods and concepts, which will look great on your Android device. While the app is not free, you can purchase it for a low cost price of $0.99. You can purchase Facets from the Google Play Store here.
4. Microsoft Office
With Microsoft Office app for Android, you can view and make quick edits to Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint documents while on the go. View documents attached email messages, view and add comments, and you can browse PowerPoint slides. You can download Microsoft Office from the Google Play Store here.
Fiverr recently released an Android app that lets you post listings for services starting at $5. The app features more than 3 million services, including categories like design, arts and crafts, programming and more. You can download Fiverr from the Google Play Store here.