Android apps tablets and phones are technological marvels that entertain, let you work from any location, and keep you connected with friends, family, and coworkers. With the right app, you can transform your humble cell or slate into a mobile movie theater, work station, art canvas, recipe manager, and so much more. Unfortunately, finding the best Android apps is a bit of a challenge.

There’s a titanic quantity of apps to download from the Google Play Store, but which ones are worth their salt? We’ve assembled this list to help you discover worthwhile apps, so read on: You may find something you didn’t even know you needed.

Following are 5 Android apps


Price: Free to playResortopia screenshot

Resortopia is a simulation game. You start with a giant resort building and must build a bunch of entertaining rooms. People come and visit your resort giving you the funds to continue building the resort. The core gameplay loop includes upgrading your resort, decorating everything, and engaging with the characters. You then rinse and repeat over and over again. There are ads, but they aren’t too bad. Otherwise, the game is free to play. Android apps


Price: FreeRebateKey screenshot 2021

RebateKey is a shopping app for deals. Basically, it shows you a bunch of items with active rebates. You buy the item, follow the procedure, and RebateKey sends you back the rebate money. It actually does pay out and you can Google the company and see for yourself. The app seems to be pretty basic. It shows you the various deals and you can check out the rebates. This one is brand new, but as long as they pay out, it should work well for most.

Sprite Fantasia

Price: Free to play

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Sprite Fantasia is the sequel to Grand Fantasia Online and it is an MMORPG. As such, it plays like most MMORPGs on mobile. You get a big world to explore, enemies to beat, and quests to do. The game includes a sprite character that follows you around and helps you fight bad guys. The game definitely doesn’t take itself too seriously and also contains mini-games to pass the time. The story is decent, if a little fast-paced and everything is put together well.


Price: Free

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Funetix is a literacy app for children. The app contains a tutoring experience that includes 40 modules with fully narrated and animated tutoring. It’s built to help teach kids how to read without the adult always having to be there. There are a variety of activities along with things like pronunciation guides, cute characters, and more. It’s also entirely free so it can’t hurt to try.

NBA Now 22

Price: Free to play

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NBA Now 22 is the latest sports game from Com2uS (developers of Golf Star, MLB 9 Innings, and Ace Fishing). It’s an arcade basketball game with simulation elements. The game actually lets you play basketball, although the controls are a little basic. You can also collect players through card packs. The game features the official NBA schedule for this season, an accurate roster, and you can even collect retired players as well. It’s a decent overall experience, although I do wish the controls were better.