There are nearly 1.5 million applications currently on Google Play and with so many choices, finding new worthwhile apps can be a hassle. As we have the last several months now, today we’ll be showing you another 5 Android apps that you should definitely give a shot…
My go-to app for podcasts on Android for years has been Pocket Casts, but recently I found a surprisingly pleasant alternative that doesn’t bring a price tag along with it. Podcast Go is a simple, material designed application that has an easy to use UI that makes sense for sorting multiple podcasts.
You can easily access a chronological list of podcasts that you’ve subscribed to, and also download those episodes for offline usage. The app doesn’t have any cloud sync options, nor can you remove the ads, but it’s a clean and useful app that is a great free alternative to PocketCasts.
Listen to your favourite podcasts in your phone! Podcast Go is the most elegant podcast player for Android phones and it is free. Podcast Go allows you to find, download, and listen to podcasts offline any place and any time. You can subscribe your favourite artists so you will be always up to date.
As in last month’s best apps list, we’ve got another simple launcher to show off. This time, it’s “Peek Launcher.” This dead simple launcher is designed to make it as easy as possible to access the app you’re looking for. The launcher still has support for things like icon packs and wallpapers, but it keeps the homescreen as clean as possible by having a 4×2 grid that includes apps you’ve pinned and your most frequently used apps. Below that is a T9 keyboard for searching your apps.
A swipe up reveals your app drawer, and a swipe down pulls up a Google search. One of the nice little touches I noticed as well was support for app shortcuts, which makes a lot of sense on a launcher like this. I also liked that the launcher pulls its theme colors from your…