Best new Android apps for the week ending June 10
A weird puzzle game that finishes all too soon.
Since Google's policies don't allow direct video downloads, don't expect the app to be clean as a whistle. It does want your account details in the beginning, which you should skip, and installs a few adware shortcuts, which you should get rid of. It also promises perks for positive reviews, like any borderline murky app does, but as for YouTube downloads - they are smooth sailing, and appear in your Gallery.
The app gives you all the available quality options for download, up to HD videos, gets them in popular format like MP4, and can also download just the sound as MP3.
We fancy the concept for creating Android macros Excel-style, but don't like the fact that we have to log in with a Facebook account - more login options are promised for later, though.
With over a hundred missions on three different planets with 12 upgradeable weapons, hours of fun are guaranteed.
All while maneuvering amongst crashable small objects on what seems to be a giant notepad splashed with paint and doodles. Score.
Besides pretty frames, it has other handsome functions, for example creating a label with your kid's name and attaching it to each pic with them, for a nice little album regardless of the image source.
Now Aqua Story makes a debut on the world stage, and invites you to raise fish under various conditions, watch them evolve and share your achievements with the game's network, to the extent that your friends can come and clean your aquarium while away.
You can set your home country's flag in the middle, and enjoy directing the ball on the homescreens by tilting the phone in various directions. It's a hefty download and drains battery more than it should, of course.