The Play Store never stops. New apps are popping up all the time, but most of them aren’t worth downloading. The editors part every Sunday Android Planet therefore the chaff of the wheat. In our opinion, these are the best Android apps, updates, and games from last week.
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Are you one of the seventeen million national coaches in the Netherlands? In the new season of Football Manager you can put your coaching skills into practice. Unlike popular games such as Fifa, where you control a football team, Football Manager puts you in the shoes of the coach.
You are therefore responsible for the line-up, tactics and substitutions. Football Manager 2021 is incredibly layered: for example, you can specify incredibly detailed running patterns. There are more than 60 leagues from 24 countries in Football Manager 2021, so you can always get started somewhere. Our Eredivisie is also represented.
Football Manager 2021 Mobile
TikTok has a competitor: Snapchat. The app introduced Spotlight last week. In this separate section within Snapchat, users can share short videos with the whole world. TikTok has grown with this concept and Instagram is also trying to get a piece of the cake with Reels.
However, Snapchat has one big asset up its sleeve: money. The company pays out $ 1 million a day (at least) through the New Year to the most popular creators. Of course you can also use Snapchat as a way to send videos to friends and family: Spotlight is an addition.
3. Hocus 2
Hocus 2 is a minimalist puzzle game and the sequel to the first version from 2015. The game is all about perspective and shapes and the creator is clearly inspired by the work of Escher. The intention is to bring the red ball from A to B, but that is easier said than done.
You can rotate, move and move shapes. You also have to take into account the colors of certain patterns. All in all, Hocus 2 is a complete brain teaser. The game contains more than 60 levels and the melodic music ensures that you quickly enter a kind of trance.
Do you think the standard design of Android is boring? With a so-called launcher you can quickly and easily adjust the appearance of your phone. Olauncher is a new minimalist launcher. As soon as you install the ‘app’, your phone will have a completely different design.
Olauncher tries to distract you as little as possible. For example, the home screen consists of a list of your Android apps. The launcher therefore has no icons at all. Furthermore, Olauncher is open source: everyone can check the underlying operation of the program.
Olauncher | Minimal AF