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 CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and Verge.