Top 4 Android Apps and Games of the Week (No. 28 2023)

Top 4 Android Apps and Games of the Week (No. 28 2023)

Simplify complex government rhetoric and play an all-new PlayStation 5 game on your smartphone. This and more in this week’s edition of the best Android apps and games.

Read on after the announcement.

1. Simple reading

Messages from the government, insurance company, or other authorities often contain complex language that cannot be understood by everyone. With the Lees Simpel app, artificial intelligence is used to simplify those texts, so that you understand exactly what is expected of you. You scan the letter, after which you are told point by point in clear language what the letter is.

Decision makers say AI can make mistakes, but most summaries are correct. The app does not collect data and the creators cannot see your message. There is also no revenue model attached to the app. “We just want to make life a little easier for people.”

Simple reading

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2. Oxenfree II: Missing Signals

The original Oxenfree is a unique game, with an emphasis on story, strong characters, atmosphere, and the choices you make as a player. A group of friends discover an island where a paranormal twist turns things upside down. The sequel to Oxenfree 2: The Lost Signals is out now. This happens after five years.

What’s special is that this is just a full game that will be released on PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch, among others. But since the studio behind the game has been acquired by Netflix, you can also now play Oxenfree II right on your Android device. With a Netflix subscription, you don’t even have to pay more.

OXENFREE II: The Missing Signals |  Official trailer for the game |  Netflix

OXENFREE II: The Missing Signals

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3. Winamp

In the days before Spotify and Apple Music, people had Winamp on their computers. With Winamp you can play all your mp3 files. With skins, I’ve given the program a completely different look. Now Winamp is back, on Android.

This isn’t the first time that Winamp has appeared on the Play Store, but the old version has long been discontinued. There is no longer a market for playing MP3 files. Winamp now tries again to merge the stream with the local files.

Brand new is Fanzone, which allows fans to support young artists with a subscription. They will then receive exclusive content in return. The app is only available in a closed beta, with a limited number of places.

4. Google Docs

Google has made a small but very nice tweak to Google Docs. Previously, you opened a document and first had to click the edit button to get started.

With the latest version of the application, you can go directly to editing mode. This means you can start writing right away. In this way, the smartphone version of Google Docs works in the same way as the desktop version.

Google docs update

Google docs

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