The month of June brought a wide variety of apps to both the Android and iPhone – so many apps, in fact, that it’s nearly impossible to choose which ones to download. To make it easy, here are the top 5 cell phone apps from June:
1. Buzz Launcher
Your home screen is your Android, from the background to the apps available. Buzz Launcher lets you customize your home screen in new and exciting ways. The best part? If you see someone else with a really cool, customized home screen, you can download it – or find one online. If you create an awesome home screen you can share it with your friends.
With the NSA pulling strings throughout the USA, more and more people are turning to apps that promote privacy. DuckDuckGo is a free app for Android that lets you search the Internet anonymously. It works fast, allowing you to find the results you need when you need them.
3. CPU Z
Those running with Android smartphones probably want to keep track of how everything is performing. The CPU Z app does just that – you can find out a variety of information about how your Android is operating, including information on how your processor is holding up and your Android’s memory and performance.
4. Plane Finder 3D
If you love planes or you’ve wanted to fly around the skies with no limits, Plane Finder 3D is for you. You can touch, pan, and zoom throughout the skies while having a 360 degree view of the surroundings. Plane Finder 3D also shows live air traffic, so you can see exactly what’s going on up in the skies above.
While there are several options for weather apps, the BBC Weather app combines the best features of all of them with the respectability of the BBC brand name. You’ll know whether you need an umbrella or not before you leave the house, so you won’t get caught out in the rain ever again.