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Its the end of another month, which means its time for our monthly roundup of the best apps and games released on the Play Store. July was a particularly slow month in terms of unique apps and games landing on the Play Store.

Nevertheless, we have managed to find out quite a few new apps and games that you should definitely check out.


April saw a bunch of quality apps land on the Play Store, including a couple directly from Google. The list includes a new email client from Dropbox, a new Twitter client with the potential to become Tweetbot for Android, an extremely popular automation app and more.

So, what are you waiting for? Read below to find out the best apps that were released on the Play Store in April.

Android App Revenue

According to a new report from IDC and App Annie, Android managed to quadruple revenue generated from games in Q4 2013, while iOS doubled its numbers from the same period in 2012. Google Play games reportedly made as much as handheld consoles such as the Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Vita etc.

Dead Trigger 2

Czech Republic-based Madfinger Games just released a huge update for Dead Trigger 2 on the iTunes App Store and Google Play, just two months after its initial release.

The first person zombie shooter already has over 10 million downloads, and this massive Christmas update, with its new additions and added zombie-killing gadgets, will nearly double the game content for all.

In addition, the Madfinger team has updated the original Dead Trigger with support for new devices so even more folks can join in on the fun.


Dead Trigger 2, the sequel to heavily-downloaded hit zombie game, Dead Trigger, burst onto Google Play and the App Store late Wednesday night, bringing next-level graphics and gameplay to devices in your very pocket.

This first-person shooter has an all new touch control scheme that was created, says the developer, Madfinger Games, specifically for casual gamers. You’ll be able to use the virtual joystick, of course, and Android players can use supported game controllers. What’s interesting, however, is the new casual-gamer-style touch control scheme.

You’ll immerse yourself into a world where the humans are fighting the zombies, like you do. The game itself, however, is played out in real time on a global scale.

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