30+ Best Android Apps [June 2017]


A lot of apps are released in the span of one month. It can be near impossible to keep track of them all. In order to help you find only the best apps that have been released in the last month, we have assembled this list. Below you will find the best apps (and biggest updates) from the last month. Check it out and see what apps you missed!

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Amazon FreeTime

Amazon FreeTime is an app for parents that offers access to thousands of kid-friendly books, movies, and TV shows. It includes Disney, PBS, Nick, and Amazon originals. With a $2.99 subscription, you’ll get everything your kid could need for entertainment.

AMOLED mnml Wallpapers

One of the best things about AMOLED displays is the pure black color. AMOLED mnml is an open source cloud-based wallpaper app with lots of minimalistic wallpapers designed for AMOLED Displays. The app is ad-free and features a material design.


Astro is a modern email app that works with Gmail and Office 365 subscribers. One of the main features is a chatbot that helps you declutter your inbox and focus on important messages. Some of the other features include Snooze, Unsubscribe, Send Later, Priority Inbox, Mute, and more.


DirectChat allows you to create ChatHeads for any app or messenger. It manages all your conversation in one place to help you to have a convenient conversation without interrupting your current activity. You can read and reply to all messages without ever opening the apps.

Fenix 2

Fenix 2 is a new version of the popular 3rd-party Twitter app. It’s currently in an early preview. Fenix has a fully customizable main screen where your lists and saved searches can be just a swipe away. You also get support for multiple accounts and much more.

Fortune City

Fortune City is a finance app that tries to make saving money and recording your expenses into a game. The more you track your finances, the bigger your city becomes. Besides being a fun game, it also offers powerful tracking features and tools.


Jamboard is a creative collaboration experience that helps bring your team’s ideas to life. For tablet users, there’s a suite of rich editing tools to dive right into the jam. For smartphone users, the app acts as a controller for your physical Jamboard.

Journal it!

Creating a journal is the best way to document your life. Journal it! makes journaling on mobile never easier by securing your data, keeping everything organized, and providing the easiest way to start a new entry.


Keybase is a messaging platform where you can write securely to any Twitter, Reddit, Facebook, or Github user. You don’t need to know someone’s phone number or email address to message them. All messages are secure and end-to-end encrypted.

Mixer Create

Mixer is Microsoft’s Twitch competitor that allows gamers to stream gameplay over the internet. The Create app is a way for broadcasters to go live right from their smartphone. The app is currently in open beta. You can go live and view other streams.


NOISE is a powerful modular music app that lets you make music in minutes, whether you’re a beginner or a pro musician. Using simple, easy-to-learn gestures, you can create beats, melodies and songs with a huge library of sounds.

Panna Recipes & Cooking

Watch, cook and learn with Panna and see the difference cooking with video makes. Stream over 400+ video recipes and cook alongside award-winning master chefs. Learn insider recipes, tips, hacks, and how to’s for cooking, baking, and crafting cocktails.

Path Guide

Path Guide is a navigation app for when you’re inside big buildings. It exploits the ubiquitous geomagnetism and natural walking patterns to guide users to destinations along a path collected by an earlier traveler.


SideReel is an app for organizing your favorite TV shows and discovering new shows. SideReel is the best way to organize your television experience, both on the web and on your phone. It includes all the major TV networks and streaming platforms.


Socratic is an app that aims to help you with your homework. Instead of typing in a question to Google, take a photo of your homework question or math equation and get explanations, videos, and step-by-step help right away.


SoundAssistant is essentially an equalizer app for Samsung’s 2017 flagship phones, including the Samsung Galaxy S8. It will allow you to control the media volume instead of ringtone when pressing the volume keys and support individual application volume.


SpotAngels is an app for people that have to park their car on the street every day. The app sends you reminders before street cleaning, alternate side parking, tow away or any other parking restriction in NYC, SF and 20+ other cities.

Stash for Reddit

Stash for Reddit syncs posts whilst your phone is on WiFi, so you can browse on the go without using any mobile data. Imagine videos, gifs and images that load instantaneously. The app syncs automatically while you sleep or while you’re at work.


Taskzy is an app that opens other apps for you or reminds you to open, based on your context. The context can be a combination of weather, headphone state, time,location and user activity. It’s a lot like IFTTT, but more for local events on your phone.


There aren’t a lot of great editing apps for video and audio on Android. Timbre is an app for editing audio and video files. It allows you to edit, cut, join and convert your media files. It is completely free and has no ads.


WeDo is a simple to-do list app that makes it easy to work on what you need to get done, in your own life and with other people. Use personally, or create a Group and create grocery lists with your significant other, or a to-do lists for your big trip, or use it for work related tasks.

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Best of the Best

The Google Play Store has hundreds of thousands of apps to choose from. This list only scratches the surface. We’ve published numerous “Best Apps” lists for everything from dating to education. Check out the lists below to explore even more!

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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