The 3 best Android apps on the Play Store from week 3 – 2021

New apps are constantly being added to the Play Store. Most, however, are not worth a try. In this weekly overview we therefore collect the best Android apps, updates and games for you.

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The 3 best Android apps of the past week

The Play Store works overtime every week. New apps, updates for existing programs and games are being added all the time. You probably won’t notice this, because most of it is not worth downloading. Android Planet therefore separates the wheat from the chaff every Sunday. These are the best Android apps, updates and games this week.

1. Dadish 2

Cult game Dadish has gotten a sequel. In part two you are once again a radish looking for its children. However, that is easier said than done, because the game is pretty tough. All elements are designed to block your mission.

Dadish 2 is a retro design platform game. So you are busy jumping, scrambling, avoiding attacks and making smart use of the environment. For example, it is possible to drive vehicles and every now and then you have to beat spicy bosses. The game is free to play, but you can buy the ads for a small amount of money.

Dadish 2

2. Springbox AI

Do you spend a lot of time investing and do you want to know exactly which share you should (not) buy? Then the new Springbox AI app might be worth a look. Using artificial intelligence, this app tries to predict how stocks will behave in the future.

In their own words, thanks to this technology, for example, the development of the Apple and Nike share has been predicted much better than the market. Springbox was created by a team of financial experts with histories at Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and BNP Paribas. However, the app is certainly not cheap. A monthly subscription costs 50 euros, but you can try Springbox AI for free for seven days.

Springbox AI

Springbox AI

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3. Figment

Figment is an interesting and beautifully designed puzzle game reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland. The strange and surreal world of Figment is full of brain teasers. You can take this quite literally, because the game takes place in the human brain.

These brains are flooded with nightmares and you are meant to silence these scary thoughts. You do that by solving puzzles. You can try the first level for free, but to continue playing you have to draw the wallet. Figment is very rewarding. If you don’t play it because of the puzzles, or because of the fantastic world.



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