Instagram is hands-down the top Android app of the week, with one million downloads in its first 24 hours after hitting Google Play. The popular photo-sharing app was one of the most highly anticipated Android launches in recent months, and with an early sign-up option released last week, hundreds of thousands of Android users were ready for Instagram’s launch. A couple of digital reader apps also launched this past week, including Flud and Zite, while Google released the Authenticator app to better secure your personal data.
Rite Aid (Free)
Rite Aid may be late to the Google Play Store, but its new Android app helps you manage your prescriptions and save on in-store purchases. With a store locator and access to weekly circulars, you can find the nearest store for your specific needs, like a drive-thru pharmacy or in-store clinics, as well as current discounts and an optional shopping list directly in the app. You can also use the Rite Add app to refill your prescriptions by scanning your medicine bottle, access refill history and sign-up for their reminder service (which will text, email or call you when your refill is ready for pickup). Link your wellness+ card to the Rite Aid Android app to track your rewards, and pull up coupons through your smartphone to use at checkout.