The best mobile apps of the week (VII)
AppDisco (Android): a great tool to find applications in the Google Play Store that best suit our tastes and needs. Depending on the different criteria we select will generate a list in which the results appear most suited and our needs. Free
Hill Climb Racing (Android): a simple but addictive game. Its operation is extremely simple, but not so much to do it. At the hands of our Jeep we scroll through the various scenarios that are only available brake and accelerator to move along all slopes that we find. We will reach our destination as long as we do not run without gasoline or suffer any accident. Free.
GTA Vice City (iOS): again one of the big names when it relates to video games makes an appearance in the AppStore. This time we move away from Liberty City to enter fully into Vice City a corrupt world adorned with outlandish Hawaiian shirts and bell-bottom pants. This new version has improved the game system that came in Grand Theft Auto 3. It also allows the option to change the controls adapted to the way we play. Price $4.99.
Stop the Music (Windows Phone): an application that can be very useful to control our music player. A simple idea that we will greatly facilitate the use of our phone. With Stop the Music we can schedule when to turn off the player and we have a music control on a tile. It also has voice guidance to further facilitate its use. Price $0.99.
TuneIn (Windows Phone): one of the best applications available to listen to the radio on your terminal. TuneIn has a large variety of stations (a total of 70,000) we can listen via streaming. The stations are classified according to their subject, so we can find sports stations, music, current affairs and news. Free.
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