Android users who have been getting into the newly ported Vine app will want to grab the update that leads today's Apps Worth Downloading list, which adds new sharing capabilities and hashtags. We've also got Clean Master, an app that can help you delete data and apps from your devices. Finally, there's Nat Geo QuizUp, a trivia game about wildlife in which you can challenge other players from around the world.
Vine update (Free)
What’s it about? Twitter's video-recording app, Vine, has added new features that make searching for videos and haring them even easier.
What’s cool? Vine takes a Twitter approach to video. The app s built for shooting and sharing super-short clips with your Android device -- only six seconds total. You can create your vines from various clips or make one continuous shot, and when you share it through social networks such as Twitter, the video plays in a continuous loop. The new update to Vine lets users share their videos to Facebook, and you can also now add searchable hashtags to them.
Who’s it for? If you like sharing images, try Vine's short videos as a means of capturing cool things.
Clean Master update (Free)
What’s it about? Keep your privacy protected by efficiently removing histories, files and apps from your android device with Clean Master.
What’s cool? Mobile devices are somewhat notorious for holding data that users aren't aware of, and there are some serious security concerns with Android devices that can stem from saved personal data that apps can access without your knowledge. Clean Master is great for helping you eliminate data, browsing histories, and all kinds of other data from your device - including g fully removing apps. With Clean Master's new update, users can be sure to clear cached data saved by Instagram's new video features, and now has a browser to show you what files you're removing before you trash them.
Who’s it for? If you could use some help speeding up your device and clearing out apps, check out Clean Master.
NatGeo Wild QuizUp (Free)
What’s it about? Test your knowledge of the natural world with NatGeo Wild QuizUp's huge number of trivia questions.
What’s cool? NatGeo Wild QuizUp takes a trivia game about wildlife and makes it highly social. The game includes more than 500 questions about animals from all over the world, challenging players' knowledge in a variety of different categories. You'll also take on picture-based questions as well as text ones, and you'll be able to see how you stack up against players from around the world with online leaderboards, both for your country and for the entire world. You will also be able to challenge friends and see how you stack up against them when it comes to your wildlife quiz skills.
Who’s it for? If you like your gameplay intelligent, deep and tactical, you should try Frozen Synapse.
What’s it like? For another interesting and informative app on wildlife, try Nat Geo Explorer for Schools.