8 Awesome android apps and games January 2015
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Best android apps 2015: We’re closing the end of the first month of 2015 and a lot has happened. CES 2015 showed us some new tech and everyone’s looking forward to the next few months as new phones and products are announced and launched. There were also some great apps and games released. Here are the best Android apps and games from January 2015.
Best Must Have Android Apps and Games 2015
Asana is a task management platform aimed at teams of people who need to get work done. Technically, this app has existed for a while but it essentially a wrapper for the mobile site and it was pitifully awful. It’s now a native Android app with Material Design and it’s way better. There are still some issues here and there but this is a big step forward and an app to keep an eye on.
Facebook at Work
Facebook at Work allows businesses to create a local social network for only their employees. A Facebook at Work account is not connected to your own personal Facebook account. You can stay up-to-date with a News Feed that shows what’s new and relevant at your company, create and join groups to collaborate with co-workers, and send messages to chat with one person or small groups of co-workers.
Adobe Lightroom Mobile
First up this month is Adobe Lightroom Mobile. This is a mobile version of the popular Lightroom app that lets you edit, organize, and otherwise manage your photos and other images. There have been some issues including compatibility issues with newer smartphones and space issues. However, if you can get passed that, this is a powerful photo editor that can be used in tandem with the desktop version assuming you use and pay for a Creative Cloud subscription.
If you fee like you’re spending too much time on your phone or tablet you need this app. QualityTime is a fun, visually engaging and easy-to-use app that allows you to monitor and get real-time reports on how much time you spend on your mobile device and specific apps. You can set your own time restrictions to help you manage and control your usage.
Crossy Road was about as big a hit as any app could be on the Amazon App store and eventually saw its release on Google Play. It’s kind of like Frogger in that you’re a chicken who must cross many, many roads. The graphics aren’t great but the game play is surprisingly fun. There is no story or anything ridiculous but it’s a solid and difficult time waster that costs nothing to download.
Dragon Quest V
Square Enix continues to re-release their old collection of games here in 2015 and first up this year is Dragon Quest 5. Much like others in the series, the game is played entirely in portrait mode which is unique. It also features full camera control, monster catching, AI battles for easier level grinding, and more. It’s a tad expensive at $14.99 but at least there are no in app purchases.
Lego Bionicle is a hack and slash style game where you must pick your Lego hero and kill a bunch of bad guys. The graphics and controls are actually pretty good even if the story line is a tad shallow. It is totally free to play with no in app purchases which is a rarity and thanks to its mild nature, it’s a great game for kids.
The Witcher Battle Arena
The Witcher franchise has entered the MOBA arena with this addictive mobile battler. The Witcher Battle Arena employs the use of three vs. three battles for party ownership of pillars. You’ll get to make good use of melee focused warriors, magic using wizards and ranged fighters. There’s a great amount of familiar characters from The Witcher series to grow enamored with and make even stronger.