Best Android apps to try this month

Best Android apps

The Google Play store is home to hundreds of thousands of apps with new releases continually hitting the scene – it can be hard to keep up! Whether you’ve got a Samsung or HTC, LG or Sony, we’ve pulled together the best Android apps to try this month.


Price: Free

WallR app

We check our phones a lot every day, so why not change things up a bit with WallR? With over 100,000 HD images available, you can choose to automatically change your phone’s wallpaper with this handy app. Otherwise, take your pick from over ten categories to find a wallpaper you love and customise to your screen. Never tire of your background again!


Price: Free

Hurry app

Countdown to upcoming events in your calendar with Hurry. Whether you’re looking forward to a concert or a holiday, a party or a wedding, whittle away the days with a variety of widgets to suit your home screen. You can even opt to count down the seconds, as your event gets ever closer. What’s more, you can share events with your friends and family, so they can share the excitement!

Amazing Weather HD

Price: £1.99

Amazing Weather HD app

Change your wallpaper like the weather with Amazing Weather HD. With vivid animations that provide a realistic picture of the weather outside, keep up with the ever-changing skies like never before. Add multiple locations in the app to see the weather around the world and watch as your wallpaper changes from day to night, too. You can also check the temperature, humidity and more, at your fingertips.


Price: Free

Gratus app

It can be easy to get bogged down with the stresses that come with life and forget what makes it worthwhile – Gratus wants to change that. Start by keeping a note of what you’re grateful for each day and watch as your list builds up. Then, when you’re feeling down, scroll through the app to remind yourself of the good things in life. It’s a simple, but effective concept that’ll brighten your day.


Price: Free

Loopsie app

Create incredible cinemagraphs with Loopsie. Unlike GIFs, cinemagraphs are a combination of pictures and moving videos, where only a certain part of the image keeps moving. Loopsie features a stabilisation algorithm that ensures your videos aren’t shaky, as well as removing blurs to create stunning HD videos. Unleash your imagination and see what you can create!