This week on the Google Play Store, an interesting list of apps and paid games is available for free. We have tried and selected the best of the group so you do not have to install everything. Our choices today include four free apps and paid games and an icon pack.
Hexanet White – Icon Pack
Most of the icons packs that start out as fee-based icons packs and are then offered for free on sale, we're going to be honest, are not that beautiful, or at least fancy. Hexanet White is an icon pack that fully deserves its $ 0.99 price tag. It presents beautiful transparent white icons with a hexagon shaped honeycomb back plate. This is not just a new idea for white icons, but it also looks great and with the right launchers, you could create some really nice setups. There are over 5000 icons in the pack and it also provides backgrounds for non-thematic app icons. The application also contains 36 backgrounds to accompany the pack of icons. So take this paid icon pack while it's free, and it's free for 6 days.
2. Touch Block Pro
With the side edges of ridiculously smaller smartphones and larger screens, the use of one hand is a big problem. Manufacturers are obsessed with the reduction of the glasses and generally, it is the side glasses that suffer the blow. The situation gets even worse with curved screens going down to the sides. Some OEMs like Samsung have been doing this for many years. As a result, Samsung phones usually have a better rejection of the palm. Some others are new to this field, like Huawei or OnePlus. If you used a OnePlus 7 Pro without a case, you know that curved edges are a big problem.
Touch Block Pro only exists to prevent unintentional contact on devices with frameless displays. It places filters on both sides of the screen to block all touch responses. It may not be something you want. Ideally, you would like your "smart" phone to understand the difference between your finger and your palm, at least, if not accidental contact and real touch. But this is not an ideal situation and for now, the solution is not ideal either. Whatever it is, this paid Android app is free for the next 5 days, after which it will cost $ 2.99.
3. Quick reminders
Since persistent notifications existed on Android, developers have found clever ways to use it for all kinds of purposes. Quick reminders is another of these applications and, as you can guess, it uses the notification to remind you of things. The application allows you to add notes and reminders to a persistent notification on your device.
Some note-taking features are also built-in, such as pinned notes and favorite notes. Likewise, there are basic reminder features such as reminders repeated every minute, hours, days, weeks or months. Most features are related to persistent notification, for example, you can make it collapsible, set a highlight color, give it a high or low priority, and so on. For the next two days, this paid app will be free and after that it will cost you $ 0.99.
4. Physical Fire Shooting Challenge – Game
If you have played and remember the classic PC title, Thief, this game will seem a little familiar. To be clear, it's not at all as good, it's a totally different game. But the mechanics of Theif's arc shot are very similar to what you get here. Archery Physics Shooting Challenge requires you to hit your targets but nothing presses. You can take your time to aim and land the perfect shot.
Keep in mind that an arrow is not a bullet and the movement of the projectile is much more pronounced. There are about 70 levels, an action-based camera with slow motion effects, simple one-button control, and beautiful maps and environments. The graphics of the game are pretty good, but not so breathtaking in 2020. But hey, if you catch it in the next 6 days, you will get it basically for free, so no complaints. Then it will cost you $ 0.99.
5. Project Archery: Shoot Apples With Physics – Game
If you could not already tell from the screenshots, Project Archery is another title of KM technology, the developers of Physical Shooting Shooting Challenge. It's pretty much the same game, except that this time you can shoot more than just apples, despite what the title says. You can also draw watermelons and glasses and watch them break into pieces in a fun way.
There are two modes in the game, one of which forces you to shoot objects and reach a required score. The other, called Destruction Mode, requires you to break objects by shooting at them while taking into account the direction of the strong wind. During the next 6 days, this paid game is available for free, which would cost you otherwise $ 0.99.
Try these apps and paid games now and you'll find them interesting.
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