Top Paid Android Apps

The scope for Android apps continues to grow in strength with the development of latest Android smartphones and tablets. In fact, there are some finest offerings on apps for Android and we have listed a few top performing paid apps in this post.

Epoch: Costing £0.69, this is one Android game you definitely want to download. It is powered by the Unreal Engine 3 and takes you to a post apocalyptic world. Here, the only survivors of a human civilization are the robots and will engage you in a great gun fighting at a frenetic pace. Epoch offers great touch screen controls.

 Paid Android Apps

Theory Test UK 2013 DTS: Learner drivers of UK owning Android will love this app. Theory Test UK 2013 DTS is the Driving Test Success app’s latest version. The Driving Test Success app has already been used by over 4 million people for revising their tests. This Android app costs £0.69 and it is based on the 2013 driving theory test providing mock tests, questions, performance-tracking and feedback to help you get ready for the test.

Carmageddon: Published by Stainless Games, Carmageddon is a product of a famously-controversial franchise. The cost of this Android app is £1.49 and it brings back the late 1990s’ race’n’wreck ’em up. Users need to race 28 opponents using the car as a weapon against police, rivals and innocent pedestrians.

Punch Quest: It was a marvelous fun on iOS and equally good in Android. Punch Quest costs £0.63 and it is first of its genre listing its ability to “punch an egg that turns you into a magical gnome” as one of its key features. This creative action game has a stripped-down control system, which works perfectly on touch screens.

Magic Belles: Magic Music: This is a children’s app for Android smartphones and tablets, designed for kids of 3-6 years. The price of Magic Belles: Magic Music is £1.49 and it is already available on iOS. The Android port too has a similar mixture of six colorful fairies and each of them has their own music mini-game allowing kids to create sound.

Fraggle Friends Forever: Thanks to The Jim Henson Company and Cupcake Digital, the classical Fraggle Rock is back. This app for Android costs £2.57 and it is the debut of Fraggles on Android with a story about Boober where he comes “face to face with a very big, very hungry, very ticklish Slurp”. It has interactive activities such as coloring and mini-games.

Undead Soccer: Want to play football with shambling zombies? Undead Soccer is one of the latest game apps for Android smartphones and tablets that allow you just the same. The price of this game app is £1.68 and user plays with other players turned into zombies. The fans and officials are also zombies (yes a lot of them). All you need to do is grab a football as well a dustbin-lid to give the zombies a good shoeing.

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