Five best new Android apps from April 2017!

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Five best new Android apps from April 2017!

We welcome you to the roundup session of the best exclusive android applications that went live  or were marked by us in the last month or so.

So, here we are with our list of brand new applications on the play store, let’s get started:

Libby:

Libby by Overdrive Labs is an ebook and audiobook platform which basically works by using your library card in order to let you borrow content for nothing or free. All you need to do is sign up with your library card and the whole platform is open to you. This App features thousands of ebooks and audiobooks and the users can easily choose what they are exactly looking for. Not only this, but the users can also download books for offline reading, rate books and more. The app is free and has no in-app purchases.

GlassWire:

This application helps the users keep track of their data. It shows a real time graph that keeps the users informed about how much data they have exactly used. This application is very useful for the users that want to keep track of how much data they have used or have limited data packs. The application is absolutely free to download with no in-app purchases.   

Podcast Go:

This simple application features colourful and modern design and is very easy to use. Across a variety of genres, the application boasts a collection of 300,000 podcasts and the users can subscribe to them, download episodes and even listen offline. In short, it’s a good, simple and free app with no in-app purchases but few ads though, with a clean interface for the casual podcast fans.

Runtasty:

Runtasty from Runtastic is a brand new cooking application for all the cooking-lovers. The application provides healthy meal recipes without limitations. The application features over forty 40 recipes which include choices for gluten-free, vegans, vegetarians and so many other dietary limitations. All the filters have been included into the application for users convenience for instance, how long a recipe takes to be cooked, how many calories it will have and so many other filters. The app is free to download currently.

WalletHub:

WalletHub – Free Credit Score is a financial app. This application allows the users to check their credit scores anytime. Not only daily credit scores details but the users will also get credit monitoring tips, credit improving tips and many more. The best part about this app is, it shows you saving alerts for financial products. The design and interface of the app is pretty good and is useful for virtually anybody. The application is free to use with no in-app purchases offers.

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