Run from Zombies and type faster with out best Android apps of the week
This fitness app turned zombie horror game has pegged it to Google Play from iOS – if you were looking for more reasons to keep jogging, what better than zombie groans, scary heavy breathing and direct orders coming through your running earbuds?
Want a Samsung Galaxy S3 but can’t afford the best smartphone in the world right now? You can supercharge your existing Android phone with apps like ISeeYou which mimics the S3′s handy SmartStay feature by keeping the display lit whenever your eyes are gazing down at it via the front facing camera. It’s buggy for now but give it time.
SwiftKey 3 Keyboard
Just out of beta, this mind-reading keyboard app adds an intelligent autocorrect feature that does away with the need to hit the space bar and saves you precious seconds when emailing, texting or composing that novella on-the-fly. SwiftKey 3 also has two new themes – Cobalt and Holo – plus support for more languages.
Yes, there’s only a handful of free songs and you have to pay to unlock more but freemium model aside, Magic Piano is a treat for any music novices. Touch the beams of light to hit keys and control the rhythm and tempo of classics like The Final Countdown.
Live to putt? Golf GameBook is a simple scorecard app with live leaderboards, extra stats like straightest drive or closest to the pin and an in-app camera for essential bragging evidence. Get some inspiration from our best golf movies.