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The 10 best new Android apps for 2023


The 10 best new Android apps for 2023


Calendar Notification

Calendar Notification, Duolingo ABC, Glimesh, KMINT, Look to Speak, Microsoft Lists, MonkeyWerx, Music Pro, Remote for Roku TV, Super Notes,
Calendar Notification is a simple yet decent productivity app. It puts your calendar or diary right in your notifications, similar to the way weather apps put weather forecasts there. You have some display options. You can view an entire month, or just the day's agenda, or there are a few other options. It also includes some light customization features to set it the way you want it. We don't see many people wanting something like this, but if you're going to have a persistent notification, this could also be useful.

Duolingo ABC

Calendar Notification, Duolingo ABC, Glimesh, KMINT, Look to Speak, Microsoft Lists, MonkeyWerx, Music Pro, Remote for Roku TV, Super Notes,

Duolingo is one of the most successful language learning apps on Android. We expect Duolingo ABC to be the same educational app for kids. The goal is to teach children to read. Includes over 700 reading lessons. Most of them are interactive to keep kids engaged. The app is also ad-free, completely ad-free and works offline. I can read already so I can't say how effective it is. However, the drills are fun little games and seem like they might work well for younger kids .

Glimesh

Calendar Notification, Duolingo ABC, Glimesh, KMINT, Look to Speak, Microsoft Lists, MonkeyWerx, Music Pro, Remote for Roku TV, Super Notes,

Glimesh is a live streaming website similar to Twitch. Content creators can live stream on the platform and broadcast to their subscribers. Glimesh has some decent features and a bit of potential. You can stream games, arts, education, or just hang out and talk to your followers if you want to. It's not as feature-rich as Twitch, but developers are adding more and more to the service over time. It existed as a website before the mobile app, so it's not all that new. Perhaps that's why it seems more comprehensive than many of the other newer live streaming services.

KMINT

Calendar Notification, Duolingo ABC, Glimesh, KMINT, Look to Speak, Microsoft Lists, MonkeyWerx, Music Pro, Remote for Roku TV, Super Notes,

KMINT is a crypto wallet that works with the Etherium, Polygon, Binance, and Klaytn chains. It works well as a crypto wallet. You can view your assets, view NFTs, and more. It also has tools for currency trading, NFT buying, and other similar things. It's a little basic, but it ticks all the boxes. Those who use the previously listed channels can check them out and see if they are meant for them.

Look to Speak

Look to Speak is a new app from the Google Creative Lab. It is an accessibility app for people who cannot speak. The app uses eye and facial movements to define predefined phrases so that the person using the app can answer questions or otherwise communicate. There's also a snooze feature to turn it off, a video tutorial to teach you how it works, and you can edit your own phrasebook. It's not meant to be an everyday app, but more of a tech demo to show how the process works. However, a lot of people have already started using it and they seem to like it a lot.

Microsoft Lists

Calendar Notification, Duolingo ABC, Glimesh, KMINT, Look to Speak, Microsoft Lists, MonkeyWerx, Music Pro, Remote for Roku TV, Super Notes,

Microsoft Lists is a tool for existing Office 365 subscribers. The app also doesn't do what you think it does. It is not a to-do list app or a note-taking app. Instead, it is a project management tool with collaboration features. It lets you track things like news, workflow, and more. In terms of user interface, Lists works like a combination of Asana and OneNote. A lot of the early negative comments came from people who didn't really understand what the app was for. Those who used it for its intended purpose enjoyed it much more.

MonkeyWerx

Calendar Notification, Duolingo ABC, Glimesh, KMINT, Look to Speak, Microsoft Lists, MonkeyWerx, Music Pro, Remote for Roku TV, Super Notes,

MonkeyWerx is an online store where you can buy custom made Monkey Werx items. There are a lot of religious ones but there are some decent little trinkets that would look great anywhere. As a store it's ok and of course some people will like it and some won't. The best part of it is the experience. The app itself is easy to use and works great and clean. This is a great example of an independent artist creating a very usable app and we hope others will follow suit.

Music Pro

Calendar Notification, Duolingo ABC, Glimesh, KMINT, Look to Speak, Microsoft Lists, MonkeyWerx, Music Pro, Remote for Roku TV, Super Notes,


Music Pro is a new app from Sony specially designed for Sony phones. It does not play music as its name suggests. The app actually works like a small podcast. You can record music on a few different channels. There is a beautiful waveform animation and you can even monitor yourself while wearing wired headphones. It has some editing features, but they require the premium version of the app. We'd like to see this on other phones someday, but it probably won't.

Remote for Roku TV

Calendar Notification, Duolingo ABC, Glimesh, KMINT, Look to Speak, Microsoft Lists, MonkeyWerx, Music Pro, Remote for Roku TV, Super Notes,

Remote for Roku TV is a simple and straightforward app. Turns your phone into a remote control for your Roku TV. The basic remote control is easy to use. There is a directional panel for browsing the content along with the usual pause, play, skip and stop buttons. Additionally, you can use the app to browse channels directly and start playback on your Roku device. The bonus to this is that it is cleaner than many of its competitors. The only downside is that the free version contains a lot of ads.

Super Notes

Calendar Notification, Duolingo ABC, Glimesh, KMINT, Look to Speak, Microsoft Lists, MonkeyWerx, Music Pro, Remote for Roku TV, Super Notes,

Super Notes is a new note taking app. The main user interface looks a bit like Google Keep, but it works differently. Some of the features include rich text support, export as PDF or text files, night mode, and you can lock the app with your fingerprint. This last feature adds a bit of privacy to the mix. There's a cloud saving option in addition to the usual note-taking stuff like lists and photo support. There is an initial cost of $5.99, but there is no subscription and all features are included. It competes well with existing note-taking apps, but we wouldn't be shocked if people didn't ditch Google Keep for it.




















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