Help with spelling, smart navigation or play with your friends. There are again a lot of apps that have been updated recently or are simply worth it. We walk you through it in this edition of this week’s best Android apps and games.
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Have you ever written letters in English, but is your Dutch accent noticed when writing? Then try Grammarly. You may have seen the app pass by, but it helps with crafting sentences and correcting spelling errors.
You can set the app as a keyboard on your smartphone and Grammarly does the rest. When you write a sentence that is incorrect or could be worded differently, the app will indicate that. So you don’t need to worry about your English. You’re welcome!
2. 1 2 3 4 player games
On the robot planetEditors love games. It’s always possible to play a game of table tennis or Mario Kart during a break, but what if you don’t have a Nintendo Switch or a table tennis table? Then grab your smartphone and check out 1 2 3 4 Player Games.
As the name suggests, this game consists of games for one, two, three or four players. The games are offline and only one of your friends downloads the app. Together you play simple mini-games often drawn from popular games or sports. Think pool, golf, or Snake.io. You can also play alone against the computer at different levels!
1 2 3 4 Player Games – Offline
Do you like clever techniques and tricks? Then check out MacroDroid. With this app, you can automate all kinds of actions on your smartphone. Think of automatically rotating your screen when you open YouTube, or turning on speakerphone when you take your head off your phone during a call. You can’t think of it that crazy.
App users also share the automation – which is helpful. For example, you can automatically skip YouTube ads or your smartphone will automatically take a photo if you enter the wrong PIN. Handy functions and good protection for your smart phone!
4. Chain production pole
It may not sound very attractive, but maintaining a production chain is a great hobby. From raw materials to final production, you manage the entire supply chain with the goal of becoming the best CEO.
The game handles ads skillfully and the game is introduced step by step. The design is split, giving the app a modern yet retro look. Find out if you have what it takes to become a CEO and start with Product Chain Tycoon.
5. Sygic GPS Navigation
Sygic has been around for a while, but its makers have added a lot of functionality to it. The app has recently been updated. Sygic has features like mixed reality navigation mode, offline 3D maps, and Android Auto support.
You can now also see current fuel prices for each gas station, along with history information. Incident reports are also displayed visually on the map. Looking for a comprehensive alternative to TomTom or Google Maps? Then check out Sygic.
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