Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fighting and a massive update to Stardew Valley. Here are the best Android apps and games for this week.
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1. TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge
Can you still sing along to the opening melody of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Then Shredder’s Revenge is the game for you. Play as Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, Michelangelo or any other familiar character and thwart Krang and Shredder’s evil plans.
TMNT Shredder’s Revenge plays great, has a cool ’80s design, and was actually released for PC this past summer. So it is impressive that the team has succeeded in bringing the full gaming experience to the smartphone. You have one Netflix subscription need to play.
2. Stardew Valley
Stardew Valley, in our opinion one of the best Android games in recent years, has just received a huge update. Version 1.5, previously released on PC and consoles, adds many innovations, including a brand new game area: Ginger Island. This part of the Fern Islands is full of new challenges.
The number of innovations is huge, but think of new map options for your farm, new playable characters, different enemies, and more farm animals. On the Stardew Valley website You will find a list of all plugins. The game still costs 4.89 euros and is well worth the money.
Thanks to apps like Spotify, everyone can listen to their favorite music, but in the past, charts consisted mainly of artists played on radio and TV. The new Rewind app takes you on a musical journey through the past. What would it be like if you opened Spotify in 1991? Or 1965?
Rewind lets you hear (and see) the biggest hits of the time. On the basis of short clips, you will get to know the most popular songs of the time and see which artists were on the rise at that time. So you can use Rewind as a way to discover new music (for you) and break out of the algorithm of apps like Spotify.
4. Reading mode
Reading Mode is an accessibility app from Google. The program is designed for visually impaired, blind and dyslexic people (and with them) and helps make texts more readable. Reading Mode does this by allowing users to adjust the contrast, font, and text size of articles. There is also a text-to-speech function in the app.
After downloading, Reading Mode will be in the Quick Settings taskbar. From there you can quickly launch the app and read an article. Currently, Leesmode cannot handle Dutch, but English, French, Italian and Spanish languages are supported.
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