New Pokemon game and are you faster than Max Verstappen? This and much more in this weekly roundup of the best Android apps and games.
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1. Pokemon Unite
Last July, Pokémon Unite was released for the Nintendo Switch. As of this week, the game can also be played on Android (and iOS). In Pokémon Unite, you compete in teams of five. It is important to score as many points as possible. You do it by working well together, because teamwork is a key In this pokemon game.
For example, you can help each other by fighting against enemy Pokemon together. As real experts know, each type of Pokemon has its strengths and weaknesses, so the task of your team is to make it as difficult as possible for opponents. One of the obvious downsides to Pokémon Unite is the large number of in-app payments. By paying, you can get advantages over players who don’t pay (or less).
2. F1 Mobile Racing
Attention racing fans. Last week released the main season update (2021) for F1 Mobile Racing, the official game of Formula 1. In this game you play with one of the official racing teams and the goal of course is to win as many races as possible.
It’s easier said than done, as you’re up against veterans like Verstappen, Hamilton and Alonso. When you finish racing against the computers, you can also compete against “real” players via the multiplayer mode. F1 Mobile Racing is a free game, but you will encounter in-app purchases.
Kahut! He speaks Dutch since last week. When you set your phone to Dutch, the app automatically takes over. Kahut! It is very popular in education, as teachers use the service to easily organize quizzes. But, you can do Kahoot! Of course you can also use it to play with your friends.
It simply works. Quiz manager creates a quiz and invites participants. They can then fill in the answers to the questions on their smartphone. But it’s not just about the correct answer. It is also important to react quickly, because the best and fastest player wins the test. Have fun and good luck)!
Society is slowly but surely getting back on track. Are you going to a concert (seated) soon? Then Jigit! Maybe something for you. This Dutch app describes itself as IMDB, but for concert lovers.
For example, you can keep track of the concerts you’ve been to, or read (and post) reviews about your favorite artists. As with Gigit! It is possible to post unforgettable moments from your favorite show for other fans to enjoy.
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