9 new and remarkable Android apps from the last three weeks, including Tracker Detect, DINA: Personalized Weather and Matrix Code – Live Wallpaper (21.12.12.)



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Welcome to our roundup of the best Android apps that went live on the Play Store or that we discovered in the last three weeks or so. Today I have an Apple tracker detection app, a chic personalized weather app and a matrix live wallpaper for fans of the film series. So without further ado, here are all of the new and notable Android apps that have been released on the Play Store in the past three weeks.


Tracker detection

Android police coverage: You can now track Apple AirTags with your Android phone, but there is a catch

Tracker Detect is the latest version of the app from Apple that is few and far between and the latest reviews for that version show exactly why. Tracker Detect is a barebone, cannot scan in the background and can only display all AirTags, not just unknowns that can clog the screen. You can’t even save the tags found. All in all, it’s a poor performance from Apple, but when you consider that many of its Android releases are doing the same, it’s hardly surprising.


Monetization: free / no ads / no IAPs

DINA: Personalized weather

Have you ever checked the weather on your mobile phone and wished your app would recommend the clothes you need for your trips? This is exactly what DINA offers: Personalized Weather. This app provides personalized weather reports with clothing recommendations that take into account local weather conditions, physical characteristics and personal habits. That way, you can instantly look at your phone and know if you need a jacket for your evening plans, which makes it easy to prepare well ahead of time. So if you’re looking for a personalized weather app, maybe you should give DINA a lap this week.

Monetization: free / no ads / no IAPs

Sleep.com: sleep cycle tracker, smart alarm

Sleep.com is an app from Mattress Firm, a company that has had a special interest in providing restful sleep since selling mattresses. Well this app is kind of a tracker and it doesn’t require any external devices, just an Android phone. The app is filled with insights and advice on how to recover easier, with personalized recommendations that ideally support your specific use case. Unfortunately for some reason you either need to log into Facebook or create a mattress company account, so mattress company is clearly striving for its own tracking. Best of all, there are in-app purchases that go as high as $ 49.99, which means the mattress company figured out how to use an app to further monetize their mattress sales.

Monetization: Free / No Ads / IAPs from $ 7.99 to $ 49.99

Manufacturer and connection apps

instax mini Evo

The instax mini Evo from Fuji is a connection app for your instax mini Evo camera. Not only is Fuji allergic to capitalization of proper names, but also has a penchant for creating apps to control its cameras, and the instax mini Evo app does just that. With this app, you can print pictures directly from the Record and broadcast remotely. So if you need an easy and intuitive way to control your instax mini Evo camera remotely, then the instax mini Evo camera app is for you.

Monetization: free / no ads / no IAPs


LEGO has clearly chosen to connect apps to its toy lines, and LEGO TECHNIC AR is the newest app. This special version can be connected to two TECHNIC models, the Formula E Porsche 99X Electric and the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. Augmented Reality is included so you can drive these two cars through AR using your Android phone or tablet. While I feel like LEGO is deliberately adding planned obsolescence to its products with these smart apps (will these apps even exist in ten years’ time), I have no doubt that kids love using their phones to play with physical toys .

Monetization: free / no ads / no IAPs

LG CLOi cloud station

Apparently the new fad offers ways to sell people on robots, so LG launched the CLOi Cloud Station, an app to control LG’s CLOi robot. As you can imagine, you can use this app to program the area of ​​application of your bot or simply control it remotely. You will also receive notifications, for example when the bot’s battery is low.

Monetization: free / no ads / no IAPs

Live wallpapers

Matrix code – live wallpaper

There used to be some Matrix live wallpapers available on Android, but when Live wallpapers and The Matrix went out of style, those apps came out too. Well, thanks to The Matrix Resurrections coming out in theaters, an enterprising developer has made a brand new Matrix live wallpaper and it looks great. This is a paid app that you can’t try before you buy, but when you go for a swanky app you can expect a full set of features, such as: B. Size, color and speed control settings. So, if you’re in the mood for the latest Matrix movie, you might want to upload Matrix Code to your homescreen to show your love for the franchise.

Monetization: $ 4.99 / no ads / no IAPs

Anniversary of the shadow galaxy

We’re blessed with three live wallpapers this week, and Shadow Galaxy Anniversary is sort of a comeback story as our second listing. This is a live wallpaper that has been moved to a new engine that supports 120Hz displays. Is correct; This is a live wallpaper that works with high frame rate devices which is pretty cool. It’s a paid app, and after purchasing it, there are a few options available to customize the look of your wallpaper, from the shadow color to the highlight color. For $ 2 you can’t go wrong, especially if you have a high frame rate device.

Monetization: $ 1.99 / no ads / no IAPs

A liquid cloud live wallpaper

We’re absolutely swimming in live wallpapers in our latest app recap this week. A Liquid Cloud Live Wallpaper is in fact the third live wallpaper in today’s roundup, and it’s a simple live wallpaper that features swirling colorful backgrounds and of course you can customize those backgrounds by color, speed, and zoom level. The great thing is that the app is free, so a quick look definitely can’t hurt.

Monetization: free / no ads / no IAPs

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