Top 5 Android Apps for April 2012
April 2012 is one of those normal months for the Android Market where we just had a gigantic blockbuster App laying their foundations on the Android platform. Apart from that April is nothing significant although we did see some pretty cool releases and also got our hands dirty with some older apps that we might have overlooked in the last few months. So here it is guys, your top 5 Android Apps for the month of April.
This app is already a super hit on the Apple App Store and finally they released their Android version before the company was bought by Facebook. We have covered Instagram for Android review where you can get a detailed synopsis of all its features and functionalities. If you like taking pictures and sharing them with your Facebook and Twitter Friends then Instagram is the perfect App for you.
This is a light yet fun game where your objective is to steer the BMX rider and complete each and every level. Levels are pretty simple in the beginning but gets a lot complicated as you advance. There are two touch screen controls, the first one is to increase your speed and the second one is to jump and make various skills. Once you get the hang of it you will find yourself riding steep hills and making some spectacular jumps.
Completing each level is increasingly satisfying especially the last few ones where you need immense concentration and lots of combo to clear them. To add to your advantage there are various checkpoints in the game, so you never have to start a level from scratch. BMX boy is a fun and easy going game perfect to get yourself engaged when you feel bored and have nothing else to do. Give this free game a try.
IF you love steering things around obstacles then I think this game with provide you with lots of fun and adventure. Panic Flight has a comic type storyline which explains that you need to save your flight from Getting damaged and reach your destination safely. Divided into levels according to difficulty, the game does a brilliant job of engaging the gamer into its fast and responsive controls. The graphics are again cartoonish but that’s how the entire theme of Panic Flight is. There are lots of levels to enjoy and more levels are going to be added in future updates.
UNO by Gameloft
Gameloft is known for making some of the best games on the mobile platform and this time they are running hot on the market with their latest UNO Game. We all have played UNO in some point of time and now you can experience the same thrills of the popular card game on your mobile devices. The interface is pretty easy to grasp and you can enjoy both single player and multiplayer games.
Cut the Rope Experiments
Cut the Rope is probably one of the best mobile games out there. I got the initial free version on day 1 and now the series is back with their latest offering called Cut The Rope Experiments. The game comes in both free paid versions. If you are wondering whether you should get it or not, let me tell you that the game is worth every single penny. There is a bit of a storyline to it and levels are much more interesting with lots of new features.
The basic gameplay is still the same where you need to swipe your finger and cut ropes in order to feed the candy to that weird looking creature. I felt that graphics are a bit more polished although there is not much of a difference. There are loads of levels where the difficulty increases as you advance more and more. Cut the Rope Experiments does a great job and lives up to the expectations.