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 track down the poll data for this year's election, An siri alternative which looks quite promising, spotify for android and some other interesting ones.
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. Spotify For Android
Spotify for Android was updated this week to include radio streaming. The feature, which is available only to Premium subscribers, lets users listen to an unlimited number of stations and songs. Spotify users who aren't Premium subscribers can try the feature by signing up for 30-day free trial.
If you often take photos while you're with your friends, then you'll want to check out Flock. Using iOS's photo detection API, the app cross-references your geographic area with Facebook friends to figure out who was present in the photo you just took. The app then creates an album, uploads all your pics, and when you and your friends leave the area, it notifies everyone in the album that the photos are available to view. Photos can be commented on, downloaded, or emailed from directly within the app, as well as pushed to Facebook.
Could Saga be the next Siri? The app observes your real-world activity and then makes recommendations for you based on what you've done in the past. For instance, the app might suggest you visit a location based on where you typically like to frequent.
Saga also gamifies your life. The app translates the things you do in real life into experience points (XP), allowing you to rack up XP each time you do something cool.
4. Poll Tracker
If you want to keep up to date on the latest polling data for this year's election, then PollTracker is the app for you. The app collects information from a variety of different sources – such as Gallup and Rasmussen – and displays them as an average. The app also offers in-depth breakdowns such as demographic info like age and gender of voters.
Digg revamped its mobile app this week. Delivering some of the most interesting and talked-about stories on the Internet right now, the app lets you read those stories and then share them with friends instantly on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.