New Android apps worth downloading: Flint, My Alphabook, Massteroid

Oct 17, 2013
Tech

Our first fresh app today is for merchants and business owners out to sell things even when away from their stores – it’s Flint, an app that lets your Android device scan credit cards and complete transactions without the need of a secondary device. For parents, we have My Alphabook, an app based on helping kids make associations that will help them learn letters and numbers. Finally, for casual gamers comes Massteroid, a game in which you direct an asteroid around the screen, sucking up as much space junk as possible so that when it finally collides with Earth, it can inflict maximum destruction (and gain maximum points).

Super Mega Worm and Tilt Arena.

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