5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Android Apps Weekly

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Android Apps Weekly


Welcome to the 436th edition of Android Apps Weekly. Here are the big headlines from the last week:

  • We asked our readers if they still store music on their phones locally. As it turns out, nearly 70% of our readership does, in fact, still listen to music without streaming it. A few of our readers told their stories about losing their huge collections and just giving up or streaming being cheaper than buying. However, some folks also talk about their rare collection of stuff you can’t easily find anymore.
  • File transfers on Android are much better than they used to be, but they can still be a pretty irritating experience. Our writer, Dhruv Bhutani, talked about how he gets around Android’s file system limitations with the use of know-how and applications. Hit the link to learn more.
  • We did another reader poll this week asking people how they watch new TV shows. Most of our readers watch TV in all sorts of ways, but others still try to watch TV shows as they air or wait until the season is over to binge-watch the whole thing. You can hit the link to check it out.
  • Google launched Android 13 beta 3 this last week. It’s the first beta released to reach the Platform Stability milestone. Betas should have minor changes until the final release. Platform Stability is where Google stops adding new things, so app developers have time to update their apps for the official Android 13 launch. You should see app developers release updates to support Android 13 from here on out officially.
  • Netflix is rumored to be in talks to buy Roku. This would be a huge deal since Roku is one of the big three set-top box operating systems. Both companies are currently struggling, though, and a merger may help out both of them. This is just in the rumor stages, though, so we’ll keep an eye on it and let you know if anything changes.

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