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

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week Android Apps Weekly Welcome to the 313th edition of Android Apps Weekly! Here are the big headlines from the last week:

Xiaomi had a weird disclosure on the box of its Mi 10 Pro. It claims to have access to the Google apps people use most. That’s an unusual thing to print on a box and it inspired a lot of conversation. Many believe it’s a swipe at Huawei since Huawei can’t use Google products right now. However, Xiaomi says it’s an old guideline it chose to abide by. It’s most likely the Huawei thing, though. Hit the link to learn more.
Disney Plus hit a monumental milestone this week. The service now has over 50 million subscribers. The meteoric rise took place in the span of only about six months since its November 2019 release. There are some possible explanations, including its excellent bundle with Hulu and ESPN+ along with the COVID-19 quarantines. Plus, Disney Plus launched in many European countries in the near recent past. In any case, the service is already among the biggest in the industry.
Netflix made the news a couple of times this week. The streaming giant plans to release a COVID-19 series about how to cope with quarantine, how to stay safe, and other information. Additionally, Netflix launched a new set of parental controls. You can now PIN protect accounts to prevent kids from using the wrong ones and you can even block specific titles now. Hit the links to learn more about each.5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week Android Apps

Zoom continues to make headlines with its security issues and potential fixes. The video conferencing service has a lawsuit coming for its security issues. It’s still trying to right the wrongs, though, with some additional security updates this last week. Finally, Google banned the use of the app from its employees right as they released a second security patch. Zoom is in a tough spot and its stocks aren’t doing so hot. In response, competitors like Skype are adding Zoom-like features to try to collect some of the people flocking away from the service. It’s a giant mess. You can also delete your Zoom account if you want to.
Google Stadia launched its free service this last week. It’s not the most mesmerizing thing we’ve ever seen. You sign up for the service, buy games, and play the games with lower resolutions than the premium users. There are some free games on the service such as Destiny 2 so you can still at least try it without buying a bunch of games first. In response, Microsoft’s Project Cloud launched in 11 more countries this last week.
Disorder
Price: Free to play

The disorder is a free to play third-person shooter from NetEase, developers of LifeAfter and Onmyoji. The game features excellent graphics, fun gameplay, and some decent customization options. Players are dropped into a dystopian future where everybody fights everybody with some sort of cool special abilities. It seems predominately online multiplayer so those who like solo games may want to skip this one. Otherwise, the game has a lot of potentials is NetEase can keep it up, fix the issues, and continue to add more content.5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week Android Apps

t and its stocks aren’t doing so hot. In response, competitors like Skype are adding Zoom-like features to try to collect some of the people flocking away from the service. It’s a giant mess. You can also delete your Zoom account if you want to.
Google Stadia launched its free service this last week. It’s not the most mesmerizing thing we’ve ever seen. You sign up for the service, buy games, and play the games with lower resolutions than the premium users. There are some free games

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