Jun 30th, 2015

best apps june

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The first month of summer is already coming to a close. Can you believe it? In the past month there was tons of Android news, but also new Android apps. If you’re busy enjoying the summer weather you may have missed a few of the best apps that launched this month. We have compiled a list of the biggest and best apps to launch in June. Grab a lemonade and check it out. You might find a few new apps to try.

Adobe Photoshop Mix

adobe ps mix

Adobe launched a slew of new apps for Android this month. Photoshop Mix is a slimmed down version of Photoshop for mobile devices. It’s basically just another photo editor app with filters and cool effects, but a little more hardcore. [Download]

Adobe Brush CC

adobe brush

Adobe Brush CC allows you to create brushes that can be used in Photoshop or Illustrator. You can create brushes from scratch, or by taking photos of objects. The brushes automatically sync to the Creative Cloud. [Download]

Adobe Color CC

adobe color

Adobe Color CC is a color picker app that allows you to get colors from photos and sync them back to the Creative Cloud. If there is a color in the real world that you love you can easily bring it into the digital world. [Download]

Adobe Shape CC

adobe shape

Adobe Shape CC lets you create vector drawings from the photos stored on your phone. The vector graphics can then be used in Photoshop and Illustrator. [Download]

Amazon Cloud Drive

amazon cloud

It took a while, but Amazon finally brought a dedicated Cloud Drive app to Android. With this app you can easily access all of the photos, videos, and files you have stored in your Amazon account. It also comes with a free 3-month trial. [Download]

CloudPlayer by doubleTwist

cloudplayer

Everyone has some sort of cloud storage account these days, and a lot of us also have some sort of streaming music subscription. What if you could combine the two? CloudPlayer allows you to play music from your Dropbox, OneDrive, or Google Drive accounts. It has offline playback, Chromecast support, and lossless audio. [Download]

Colbr

colbr

In a few months, Stephen Colbert will finally take over The Late Show on CBS. They’ve already started ramping up the promotion for the show, which includes the new Colbr app. You can use the app to watch videos and listen to podcasts. [Download]

Facebook Moments

moments

Don’t you hate it when someone else used their phone to take photos and then never shares them with you? The Facebook Moments app is the solution (unless you already just upload all your photos to Facebook like a normal person). The app groups photos by event and person so you can quickly share them. [Download]

Fanly

fanly

If you’re a die-hard sports fan you’re always on the look-out for more news about your teams. With Fanly you can read all the news in one place. Stories from over 2,000 sources are aggregated into the Fanly app. There’s also social feeds and video highlights [Download]

Google Clock

google clock app

Google’s never-ending quest to bring stock apps into the Play Store continues with the Clock. This is the same Clock app you can find on Nexus devices, but now Google can easily update it. It includes alarms, timers, stopwatch, and a world clock. [Download]

HeadsOff

headsoff

In Android Lollipop, Google made a major change by introducing “Heads-Up” notifications. Many Android fans were upset by this change. HeadsOff is an app that disables the new Heads-Up notifications and restores the old ticker text in the status bar. [Download]

Inputting+

inputting

Touchscreen input has come a long way, but there is still a lot more to be improved. Inputting+ aims to fix that by adding shortcuts for undo, redo, and find & replace on touchscreen keyboards. When you’re typing a bubble will pop up with the shortcuts. [Download]

Kitchen Stories

kitchen stories

Kitchen Stories offers aspiring and seasoned chefs alike the opportunity to hone their cooking skills and discover delicious new recipes and cooking inspiration. The recipes are easy to make and come with beautiful pictures, step-by-step photo instructions, and how-to videos. [Download]

Kodi Media Center

Kodi

Kodi (formerly XBMC) is a popular open-source media player that works on nearly every platform, now including Android. The app is a hub for your local media and streaming media from many services. It’s highly customizable and easy to use on TVs. [Download]

Medium

Medium

Medium is an up-and-coming publishing platform. The app offers a simple editor to write your own stories, and a modern and clean interface for reading other stories. If you’re looking for a nice place to host your own blog, Medium is a good option. [Download]

Portal

portal pushbullet

Portal, from the makers of Pushbullet, isn’t super exciting or some new concept, but it is simple, and it is fast. It works by transferring files over your local WiFi network, so you don’t have to deal with shoddy connection and server speeds. [Download]

Pounce

pounce

Pounce is a shopping app that lets you snap a photo of any item and then instantly identify it, find it at a favorite store, and buy it. It’s a lot like the “Firefly” feature on the Amazone Fire Phone, but you don’t have to buy a crappy phone to use it. [Download]

Redub

redub

Editing videos on mobile is still something that not many apps have perfected. Redub attempts to fix the problem by keeping it simple, but removing the limits that other “simple” video editors impose. You can edit your own videos with filters and effects, or remix publicly available videos. [Download]

Shoot

shoot

Shoot makes it easy to send a big batch of photos or a large video directly from your Android device to your friends. It doesn’t matter what device they use or which network they are on as long as they can scan a QR code. Just select all that you want to send and a QR code is generated for you to share. [Download]

Siz

siz

Sometimes you just don’t have time to watch a full video. You just want the best part, and in a GIF. Siz creates a strip of GIFs made with the highlights of videos. No more wasted time looking randomly for the interesting parts of the video. [Download]

Ticklr

ticklr

Ticklr is a lot like the aforementioned HeadsOff app. It disables the new Heads-Up notifications and restores the old ticker text for notifications. It adds custom colors and settings for individual apps. [Download]

Tindog

tindog

You know what dogs really need? Tindr. You never thought about that? Well, someone else did. Tindog is like Tindr, but for dogs to make new friends. You can chat with other dog owners and set up play dates. It’s a little bit insane, but also kinda cool. [Download]

Touchless Chat

Touchless Chat will allow you to send hands-free messages in many messaging apps including SMS, Hangouts, Whatsapp, Facebook Messager and more. It extends the functionality of the built-in Google Now voice actions. [Download]

Vessel

vessel

Vessel is a subscription service that aims to compete with YouTube. For $3 a month you get access to the entire library of content, which includes many YouTubers and celebrities. You can watch the content before it appears on YouTube. [Download]


What was your favorite app from June? Did we miss any great apps from the last 30 days? Let us know in the comments below!

 

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