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What’s On My Android – December 2015

Android is continuing to see booming success in the mobile industry! With the recent release of Android 6.0.x Marshmallow alongside the Nexus 6P (easily the greatest phone on the market right now, IMHO) and the Nexus 5X, and even more recently, the Pixel C tablet, consumers have many great options to choose from!

My smartphone (Nexus 6) and tablet (NVIDIA Shield) tend to parallel each other, so here’s a rundown of what’s on my Android devices! You can read more about them on the Google Play Store or drop me a comment below.

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  • Launcher / Home
    • Beautiful Widgets
    • Event Flow Widget
    • Nova Launcher Prime
    • Omne –聽Icon Pack
    • SwiftKey Neural聽Alpha
  • Photography
    • Google Camera
    • Manual Camera
    • Piktures Gallery
    • PicSay Pro
  • Games
    • Clash of Clans
    • Ingress
    • Riptide GP2
  • Entertainment
    • Pandora
    • Poweramp
    • Shazam
  • Medical
    • Diagnosaurus DDx
    • Epocrates
    • Figure 1
    • Medscape
  • Google Applications
    • Analytics
    • Android Wear
    • Android Pay
    • Chrome
    • Chromecast
    • Drive
    • Fit
    • Google+
    • Hangouts
    • Keep
    • Maps
    • Photos
    • Play Music
    • Rewards
    • Voice
    • YouTube
  • Social Media
    • Facebook
    • Falcon Pro
    • Feedly
    • GroupMe
    • Instagram
    • LinkedIn
    • Snapchat
    • WhatsApp
    • WordPress
  • Utilities
    • AppSales
    • Cabinet
    • CloudMagic
    • Flashify
    • Pujie Black
    • Pushbullet
    • Robinhood
    • Timely
    • Zedge

The overwhelming majority of these applications are free, so give them a shot! 馃檪

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