5 super apps you have to try this week

 

Here at AndroidPIT, we’re constantly seeing new and exciting apps on the Play Store. We’ve tried several new and updated apps this week and picked our favorites. Here are the ones we think you absolutely must try.

Google Files GO

Files GO is a file manager created by Google, and it’s much more advanced than the Android default. It offers several interesting features, such as detection of unnecessary files to free up storage space, and is very easy to use. If you need to dig through your files often, this application is for you. It can be downloaded now, though it’s not yet published, so it might not be 100 percent stable.

Get it on the Play Store.

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Screenshop

Screenshop is an app dedicated to the art of clothes shopping, and Kim Kardashian herself is behind it. Users snap a picture of a star’s look, and the app will show them what is being worn, along with more info and where it can be bought. The interface is very pink, and it’s simple to use: You just take a picture with your camera or import one from your gallery, and press the new corresponding icon to get more information.

Get it from the Play Store.

androidpit screenshop Screenshop / © ANDROIDPIT

Unroll.me

New on Android, Unroll.Me aims to empower you to declutter your inbox by unsubscribing from unwanted emails and consolidating frequent but important emails into a daily digest. This Webby award-winning app is fantastic for anyone who keeps thinking “yeah, I should really clean up my email”, but never gets around to it (let’s face it, that’s most of us). 

Get it now from the Play Store.

BBC Good Food

The BBC’s recipe database is famously extensive, and the brand new BBC Good Food 2.0 app has thousands of recipes, with new dishes being added all the time. You can search for recipes, rate them, and even add your own creations, all within a neat, attractive and readable layout.

bbc goog food app CAPTION – REPLACE ME! / © AndroidPIT

Get it on the Play Store.

DVD Netflix

Though it comes a while after the iOS version, Netflix has finally released an Android app for managing your DVD queue directly from your phone. It does exactly what it says on the tin—you can manage your queue of DVDs, search and add new titles, and of course, filter movies by genre or mood to find exactly what you’re looking for.

Get it right on the Play Store

These are the apps that have really wowed us this week, how about you? Let us know your recommendations in the comments!

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