The 4 best Android apps on the Play Store from week 7 – 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 4 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 separate the wheat from the chaff every Sunday. These are the best Android apps, updates and games this week.

1. Don’t eat Pete

Don’t eat Pete might be a cult classic in the making. The game has a distinctly Minecraft-inspired design and is all about fighting zombies. For example, you can try to steer the mindless mob in a different direction by distracting them or placing a tactical trap.

The ultimate goal of Don’t eat Pete is, as you might expect, not to be eaten. You do this by protecting your home base and defeating all zombies. You can also go out into the wide world to search for survivors, but that is of course not without risk. The game is currently in beta so you may run into issues while playing.

Don't eat Pete - Zombie survival

Don’t eat Pete – Zombie survival

Idle Game Studios

2. Doodle Dash

As colorful as Don’t eat Pete is, Doodle Dash looks as simple as that. This game is completely drawn by hand. In the adventure game you complete a route and the aim is to get as far as possible. However, this is not easy, because you will encounter all kinds of obstacles along the way.

For example, sometimes the road is broken open and you have to jump and other times an object bounces in your direction. The strong point of Doodle Dash is its unpredictability: every trip you take is slightly different. Sometimes you end up after a tunnel in the desert, for example, while the other time you end up on a jet ski and have to avoid sharks.

Doodle Dash

Doodle Dash

Ghostfall Studios

3. Alternatives to LastPass

Bad news for free LastPass users last week. The password manager will soon only work on one type of device: computers or phones. If you want to use LastPass on both your computer and phone, you have to draw the wallet (at more than 30 euros per year).

Lastpass alternatives

That is why we have listed some interesting alternatives to LastPass last week. Apps like Bitwarden are not inferior in functionality to LastPass, but they are free. Moreover, you can easily import all your existing passwords into these apps. Read all about it in the article below.

Read more: The best alternatives to password app LastPass

Bitwarden Password Manager

Bitwarden Password Manager

Bitwarden Inc.

4. Custom Volume Panel

One of the great advantages of Android phones is the ability to customize the appearance of your device. With this app you can, for example, adjust the design of the standard volume bar. You will see this when you change the volume.

You can choose from different designs. You can also choose whether you want to see the volume bar on the left or right side of your phone when you press the buttons. The app is free to use, but some designs require you to draw your wallet.

Custom Volume Panel - Styles for volume sliders

Custom Volume Panel – Styles for volume sliders

Paul Octavian Nitu

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