21 Best Android Apps from November 2014


Android Wear Apps



Back when the Moto 360 was announced there was an awesome concept for how notifications would appear. Someone took that concept and made it into a working app called Circa. You don’t get all the options you normally see with Android wear notifications, but they look beautiful.



Mural puts amazing photos from 500px onto your watch face. The faces can also show time, weather,and battery stats.

Wear FaceLift


If you’re like me and you love watch faces you probably have too many on your Android Wear device. Wear FaceLift helps solve the problem of which one to use by automatically cycling through watch faces. Simply choose the faces you like, how often they should switch, and you’re good to go.

ZenWatch Apps

zenwatch manager

ASUS has released three apps to go with the newly available ZenWatch.

ZenWatch Manager is a companion app that provides advanced smartphone integration and extended functionality, enabling you to get the most out of your watch.
Wellness serves as a personal wellness manager that tracks a variety of wellness statistics, such as heart rate, step counts, and relaxation levels to help users keep their lives in balance and achieve personal fitness goals.
Remote Camera is a companion app for your ZenWatch or other Android wearable that turns it into a remote control for the camera on your smartphone or tablet.


What a delicious month it has been! November app releases gave us a lot to be thankful for, but we’re even more excited about November. What apps are you most thankful for?

Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. Mirror Beta!! Hopefully it works , I been looking for a Mirror app

  2. I didn’t see a Flashlight app here, as this is a must for the winter season with these long nights in the northern hemisphere.
    So here is one that I’ve found, and it is quite useful. You basically start the LED just like a hardware flashlight – pressing the hardware power / lock button of your Android phone 3 times. It is fast, works even when the screen is off, and you don’t need the touchscreen. Take a look, I am really happy that I found it:

    1. But why does a flashlight app need full network access? Thanks, but no thanks.

    2. Don’t need one with lollipop.

    3. Lollipop

  3. Textra! Everyone should download Textra!

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