The 5 Best Android Apps and Games of the Week (#22 2023)

Designing a flyer, livestreaming from your smartphone and defeating enemies are all covered in this edition of the best Android apps and games of the week.

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1. Canva

Making a flyer, editing a photo or cutting a video: you may sometimes do this on your smartphone. There are tons of separate apps for videos, collages, and photo editing, but Canva puts them together into one app.

IN Android Video 2022

Canva’s basic package is free to use. In it you get various free videos, stickers and templates that help you design your poster, photo or other creative statement. The software is clear and works very intuitively.

Canva: design, photo and video


2. World of Goo Remastered

Do you remember World of Goo? The 2008 game where you progress through levels with slimy balls that form towers and garlands? The game now has one remaster got for Android smartphones and is still exactly as we remember.

World of Goo Remastered | Official Game Trailer | Netflix

Note: the game is only available for people with a Netflix account. You can download the game from the Play Store, but it cannot be played without Netflix. Also make sure that you do not share a Netflix account, because that will cost you money.

World of Goo Remastered

Netflix, Inc.

3. XRecorder

Almost all new Android smartphones come with the built-in screen recording function. For example, you can capture your favorite moment from a video game, or explain to your mother how she activates mobile data on her smartphone. You can also do this with XRecorder, but you can also edit and live stream videos.

Best Screen Recorder & Video Recorder - XRecorder

Another advantage of XRecorder is that you can take screenshots of streaming services such as Netflix and HBO Max. These apps usually don’t allow this, but with XRecorder they do. Want to know why it’s not possible? Then read our explanation article about taking screenshots with streaming services.

Screen Recorder – XRecorder

InShot Inc.

4. Peglin

With Peglin you go out to defeat opponents. The puzzle-like ball game is packed power-ups and special balls to collect points and attack enemies. Play tactically and imagine your way through the different levels.

Peglin Early Access Release Trailer

Peglin will be available in the Google Play Store from April 2023 and will be updated frequently. Good to know: with the free game you get a third access to the game. Do you like it? Then you pay 7.99 for the entire game. Have fun!

Peglin – A Pachinko Roguelike

Red Nexus Games

5. Hallo

With Hello you learn language with the help of artificial intelligence. Unlike Duolingo, for example, at Hallo you learn with personal teachers. These are AI bots with whom you will work to brush up on your desired language.

Hallo - Learn languages anytime, anywhere

The lessons are categorized into different themes, topics and difficulties and you will learn how to write, listen and speak. After completing a lesson, you will receive feedback on how you performed. Good luck with your studies!

Hello – AI Language Learning


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