Best 10 New Android Apps for October 2014

If you are looking for best new android apps for the month then you can consider the following, which are some cool new android apps released in the month of October, 2014.

Note: some are free while some and paid android apps, including best new android apps and games

1. Camera51 [Free]

Camera51 is a new android app that automatically detects and analyses faces, scenes, objects and lines and guides you to the perfect frame in every click. It uses photography principles used by professional photographers and artists and applies this vast and amazing knowledge in a fun and simple interface.


• Auto framing / auto composition technology: Identifies and automatically selects the main objects and lines of the photo to determine real time framing guidance.
• Perfect selfie: snap the ultimate selfie whether by yourself or in a group with the front-facing camera.
• Manual object selection: Users have the option to manually select an object by just tapping the screen, to determine framing guidance, focus, and exposure.
• Multi object selection: Allows users to select up to three different objects of interest per photo.
• Peripheral object alert: Enables the app to notify you of prominent objects that may interfere with your frame boundaries.


 2. Djay 2 [$2.99]

Ready to rock your next party? Introducing djay 2 – the next generation of the world’s best-selling DJ app is now available on Android.

djay transforms your Android device into a full–featured DJ system. Seamlessly integrated with Spotify and all the music on your device, djay gives you direct access to mix your favorite songs and playlists instantly. You can perform live, record mixes on–the–go, or enable Automix mode to let djay create a seamless mix for you automatically. Whether you are a professional DJ or a beginner who just loves to play with music, djay offers you the most intuitive yet powerful DJ experience on an Android device.



3. Dragon Quest II [$3.99]

As part of our best new android apps of the month, square Enix has been borderline ferocious when it comes to re-releasing their old library on Android. One such example is Dragon Quest II which was released this last month. It’s a jRPG originally released by Enix back before they merged with Squaresoft. It has charming retro graphics and one of the more reasonable price tags for a Square Enix title on Android. If you’re a fan of old school jRPGs then you’ll definitely want to check out Dragon Quest II and possibly even their other Dragon Quest re-releases.




4. ES Chromecast Plugin [Free]

ES Chromecast Plugin is a free plugin in the Google Play Store that grants Chromecast support to the venerable ES File Explorer. It’s a very simple process. You just download and install the plugin through the Google Play Store and you’ll magically have Chromecast support in the regular ES File Explorer app. If you use ES and you have a Chromecast, you should also have this app installed.



5. Inbox by Gmail [Free]

Inbox by Gmail requires an invite. Email [email protected] to request one.

Your email inbox should help you live and work better, but instead it often buries the important stuff and creates more stress than it relieves. Inbox, built by the Gmail team, keeps things organized and helps you get back to what matters.

• BUNDLES – Similar messages are bundled together so you can deal with them all at once. And get rid of them with one tap.
• HIGHLIGHTS – Get the most important information without even opening the message. Check-in for flights, see shipping information for purchases, and view photos from friends right up front.
• REMINDERS: More than mail, you can add Reminders so your inbox contains all the things you need to get back to.
• SNOOZE: Snooze emails and Reminders to come back when you are ready to deal with them: next week, when you get home, or whenever you choose.
• SEARCH: Inbox helps you find exactly what you’re looking for— from your upcoming flight to a friend’s address— without having to dig through messages.
• WORKS WITH GMAIL: Inbox is built by the Gmail team, so all your messages from Gmail are here, along with the reliability and spam protection of Gmail. All of your messages are still in Gmail and always will be.



6. Journey & Notes [Free]

Journey & Notes is one of two applications released by Microsoft. This one is a social media application that’s kind of like Foursquare but focuses on the journey instead of the destination. Like if you were going from the store to the post office, you could check in that you’re making that trip with your preferred mode of transportation. Then other people who take that trip can see any tips or comments you made. It’s not all that much yet but it looks like it could be a lot of fun someday and it’s free so it doesn’t hurt to check it out.



7. Material Wallpapers (Android L) [Free]

Material Walls contains over 70 High Quality Handcrafted Wallpapers dressed in the famous Material Design / Quantum paper design introduced recently and will debut on the upcoming Android Lollipop (Android 5.0) by Google. All the wallpapers are available in the perfect resolution for almost every device out there as almost all resolutions are supported.

Featured on Android Authority :

Please note : This app isn’t optimised for tablets.



8. Next Lock Screen [Free]

Next Lock Screen, a Microsoft Garage project, saves you time with quick app launch and access to the information you need. It’s a time saver lock screen built for busy professionals. See your calendar, missed calls and text messages all at a glance. Connect to a conference call in a single tap without unlocking your phone. Next Lock Screen even surfaces the apps you use most based on your location.Key Features:
– Calendar: quick glance at your day and scroll through upcoming meetings and their location to plan your day at a glance.
– One swipe to dial: Next Lock Screen dials you in a conference call, enters the PIN and gets you talking without effort.
– Quick app launch: Whether on the go, at home or at work, Next Lock Screen shows your most used apps based on your location and your apps are right there for quick access.
– Make it yours: Make your lock screen background dynamic throughout the day by having the background change depending of your location.Microsoft Garage turns fresh ideas into real projects. Learn more at



9. NHL 2K [Price: $7.99]

NHL 2K was released by 2K Games this last month and it’s probably the most complete hockey game available right now. It’s a little expensive and there are in app purchases but hockey fans really don’t have any other solid options when it comes to a hockey experience on Android. There are several game modes including a couple of fast play arcade modes and a career mode. It also features updated rosters which is always a good thing for a sports game.



10. NotiWidget – Notifications[$1.26]

NotiWidget is a widget that let’s you interact with your notifications on your lock screen, home screen, and DayDream screen saver.

Main features:
The notifications look exactly like the original ones. No custom, ugly appearance. Everything just looks as it should.
Full control of all actions and media players. If the notification has a reply action or a play/pause action, you can use it directly with this app.
Customisation: you can choose different clock sizes, colors, background colors, filter notifications, and more!
Create as many widgets as you want. One on your home screen, one on your lock screen, use it on DayDream. All can have different options.


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