New and fresh Android apps October 2012

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It’s a hectic week down here at Android Authority, and we bet we’re not the only ones bustling about making the world a bit better, byte by byte. In fact, Android app developers are working 24/7 around the world to provide us with new and fresh Android apps.In this second week of October, we handpicked some from this week’s batch of new and fresh Android apps on the Google Play Store. We found these apps useful, interesting, or entertaining, and we hope you feel the same way. In this post, get to know about an app for

polishing your English grammar;
making you laugh and smile through memes and funny photos;
viewing 3D photos of microscopic objects;
working out your phrasal verb muscle;
baking and getting nearly everything you need to know about baking;
taking photos of your notes and organizing them;
managing a to-do list;
staying up to date with recent custom ROM releases from the Android Open Kang Project (AOKP);
keeping track of your luggage and suitcases when you travel;
keeping track of rain and storms in the Philippines and avoid flood-prone areas;
organizing your tasks in every school subject;
automatically turning on Speaker mode when receiving calls;
remembering and never forgetting;
capturing videos secretly; and
reading your SMS messages out loud.
It’s a hectic week down here at Android Authority, and we bet we’re not the only ones bustling about making the world a bit better, byte by byte. In fact, Android app developers are working 24/7 around the world to provide us with new and fresh Android apps.

In this second week of October, we handpicked some from this week’s batch of new and fresh Android apps on the Google Play Store. We found these apps useful, interesting, or entertaining, and we hope you feel the same way. In this post, get to know about an app for

polishing your English grammar;
making you laugh and smile through memes and funny photos;
viewing 3D photos of microscopic objects;
working out your phrasal verb muscle;
baking and getting nearly everything you need to know about baking;
taking photos of your notes and organizing them;
managing a to-do list;
staying up to date with recent custom ROM releases from the Android Open Kang Project (AOKP);
keeping track of your luggage and suitcases when you travel;
keeping track of rain and storms in the Philippines and avoid flood-prone areas;
organizing your tasks in every school subject;
automatically turning on Speaker mode when receiving calls;
remembering and never forgetting;
capturing videos secretly; and
reading your SMS messages out loud.
End your week by checking out these apps, and then let us know what you think of them.

If you want to teach your kids proper English grammar without boring them, try Grammar App by Tap To Learn. Developed by TapToLearn, this app will help your kids learn the different parts of speech, proper use of punctuations, basic grammar, and writing rules. The app also has a Video tab that allows you to watch video grammar tutorial. This tab will need an Internet connection because you will be directed to the app’s YouTube app. Aside from teaching grammar, the app also allows you to take tests and measure your grammar skills.

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