10 Latest Free Android Application in 2013

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Android is the most growing OS in today’s world here we collect 10 Latest Free Android Application in 2013.

10 Latest Free Android Application in 2013

Google Keep

The Evernote rival offers a similarly sleek and clean interface to write down your shopping list but also transcribes voice notes automatically, turns notes into checklists and can save all your content

Layar

Layar has recently gone commercial, adding an online shop that allows users to buy AR content

WordPress for Android

WordPress for Android started out as independent creation wpToGo, before WordPress decided it liked it so much it bought it up

GoComics

Comic-strip lovers can enjoy over 20 years of back issues from Charlie Brown to Garfield and even tuck into the best from Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonists.

Winamp

Winamp from a decade ago. It’s had an Android app for some time, with recent updates adding support for iTunes, Mac syncing, plenty of music streaming options, new release lists and Shoutcast integration for radio support. It’s a fine, free media player.

RAC Traffic

An official production of the motoring organisation, RAC Traffic is dead simple – it guesstimates your location via the mobile signal, then pops up the current traffic alerts for your area

Rosetta Course

Helping you master a foreign language from your mobile, Rosetta Stone members can use speech recognition to master pronunciation with progress synced across devices.

MATERIAL (BETA)

There are plenty of apps out there that claim to provide you with the news you’re interested in. MATERIAL does the very same thing, except it automatically picks up on your interests from your Facebook and Twitter activity, and then instead of bringing you news from the biggest sites

7X7

The slick puzzler which is all about matching more than five coloured squares to clear them from the board, makes life more difficult by throwing on random squares after each unsuccessful move to make the task more difficult

Xbox SmartGlass

Microsoft’s second screen experience turns your Android smartphone (or tablet) into an slick remote to navigate around the Xbox 360 dashboard and interact with movie, TV and the new Xbox Music app

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