This week we have seen a slew of new Google Apps get released and many news apps. All of the apps can be downloaded for free from the Good e-Reader App Store. Simply click on the title and download them all with 1 click, no registration required.
AOL: News, Mail & Video – Browse the latest news stories and top videos along with quick access to your AOL Mail inbox. Stay up-to-date with everything that matters most to you.
Yahoo Screen – Stream your favorite Saturday Night Live skits, Comedy Central clips, Yahoo original content and more.
Spy Wars for Android – Government secrets have been leaked, creating an international diplomatic crisis, shattering peace and inciting a global spy war. The race to retrieve these secrets has begun and great power awaits those who succeed!
Google Sheets – Create, edit & collaborate with others on spreadsheets from your Android phone or tablet with the free Google Sheets app.
Lingua.ly – collect new words – Lingua.ly turns any mobile device into a language learning experience.
Chaos Control – GTD To-Do List – Chaos Control is a GTD-based task manager and goal-driven to do list created specifically for entrepreneurs, startup owners, creatives and for busy people who have a lot on their plates.
Little League WeatherBug – Receive important information to assist with the decision of canceling practice or calling the game by using real-time weather data and better forecasts. Be better protected with faster weather alerts!
Redbox Instant by Verizon – Redbox Instant is convenient, easy and affordable. Not only are DVD credits included when you subscribe, your FIRST MONTH IS TOTALLY FREE!* Check us out!
Travel Guides by Stay.com – Meet your new favorite travel guide app! 150 cities packed with great places to visit and beautiful travel guides by local experts. GPS is free with super-fast offline maps!
Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past ten years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and the New York Times.