It is a tough effort to keep a track on the new apps lauched in the mobile world. There are multiple platforms and hundreds of applications are released every week.
This week we found an app that will help you keep up with the olympics as well as another that will help you better keep up with your friends over different social networks.
The guys behind one of the most popular mobile games on the planet also put out a new title this week that is bound to challenge you for hours.
So, lets look at the 5 handpicked mobile applications which you can download this weekend to spend your time playing with them :
1. Google+ for iOS
Google updated its Google+ app for iOS this week, adding support for the iPad for the first time. The newest version of the app offers the ability to participate in hangouts on your iPhone and iPad, as well as support for the new Google+ Events.
2. Next Issue
Next Issue Media, a joint venture backed by five major U.S. publishers -- Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp. and Time Inc. -- is launching an all-you-can-read magazine subscription app for the iPad Tuesday.
For a flat monthly fee of $10 or $15, users can get access to the digital versions of 39 magazines from those publishers, including back issues.
3. Amazing Alex
Rovio, the creator of the popular Angry Birds series, launched its newest game this week: Amazing Alex. Available for iOS and Android, the physics-based game has you do things such as launch baseballs at complex contraptions, causing chain reactions.
The game is essentially a rebranded version of Casey's Contraptions, which was released last year for iPad and was well-reviewed then.
4. NBC Olympics Live Extra
If you can't make it to London this summer to check out the Olympics, NBC is making it a little easier for you to stay on top of the action with an app called NBC Olympics Live Extra. The app will provide streaming coverage of every competition in every sport — more than 3,500 hours of live video and 302 medal competitions.
Brewster is a new app that helps streamline your contacts over a number of different services. Incorporating contacts from Facebook, Twitter, and email platforms, Brewster creates a profile for each person you know displaying all contact information in the same place.
The app offers quick access to the people you talk to most, and allows you to search through your contacts by name as well as city or interests –- such as sports teams.