Watch Netflix anytime, anywhere, survive as a frog in a chaotic world and an interesting alternative to WhatsApp. You can check that and more in this weekly overview of the best Android apps, games and updates.
Netflix didn’t release a huge update last week, but it did release a nice update. From now on you can ‘just’ watch movies and series offline, even if they have not been downloaded completely. The idea behind this is that when you’re in a rush, you don’t have to wait for your Netflix downloads to finish.
Even if you’ve only downloaded a few minutes of a movie or series, you can start watching. If you have a good internet connection again at a later time, the download (or downloads) will automatically resume.
Also read: Netflix download not ready yet? You can watch from now on
2. Froglike: The Frog Roguelike
How long can you survive? That question is central to Froglike: The Frog Roguelike. You take on the role of a frog who must try to survive as long as possible. You do this by avoiding enemies and making tactical use of your environment. For example, jump from one lily pad to another to outsmart them.
If you have to describe Froglike in one word, you quickly end up with “chaotic”. The game world is constantly changing, attacks come from all possible angles and you are always under time pressure. Fortunately, you can score all kinds of upgrades that make playing (slightly) more comfortable.
3. Railroad Ink Challenge
Railroad Ink Challenge is the game for people who have always wanted to work in the railways. In the game you are at the head of a railway company and you have to make as many connections as possible between separate railways. Be careful though, because you get penalty points for ‘open endings’.
You can also earn bonus points. You get an extra high score by expanding the rail network as much as possible with tracks, highways and stations. At the beginning of each round you have to roll a digital die and you are presented with some ‘cards’. These cards show what options you have to keep the rail network on the right track.
Telegram released a very nice update last week. You can now make video calls with 29 others. It is also possible to invite more people to the group, but they can then ‘only’ make audio calls. In WhatsApp you can of course also make video calls with a group, but there the limit is 8.
Also great: you can now share your screen while video calling. This allows the others to see what is happening on your screen. Telegram now has hundreds of millions of users and with this update is taking an important next step to become the chat app.
Source: Android Planet by www.androidplanet.nl.
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