+101 - Vote for the best Android Applications

101 Best Android Apps is an Android Apps gallery for the best Android phone applications


Topics
All
Books
Family
Fun
Games
Maps
Money
Music
News
Photos
Shopping
Social
Sports
Travel
Video
Weather

2 Entries for syborg

  • rss feed
  • Follow us on Twitter
  • Join us on Facebook
Memory Master

Test your memory skills with this classic educational memory game. Two different levels, easy for younger children and tough for those wanting more of a challenge.  Match pairs of images and see if you can beat the best score.

Memory Master

  • Memory Master - photo 2
  • Memory Master - photo 3

Link to Memory Master

Categories:
[Education]
[Entertainment]
Topics:
[Family]
[Fun]

Rating: 3.07/5 (27 votes)

more info

Have a favourite Android App? Are you an Android Developer?

Submit your Android application to 101 Best Android Apps, we have thousands of new visitors every day looking for a new application to add to their Android phone...

Submit your app now

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

Other stuff

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

New from the blog

  • Samsung Pay: Everything you need to know

    Almost every phone offers mobile payments these days, but Samsung Pay is the most flexible and universally accepted form.

    Paying with your phone is still a relatively new prospect, but it’s become a ubiquitous feature on just about every NFC-capable phone over the last few years. The concept is simple; just hold your phone up to a compatible payment terminal to complete a transaction — secured with end-to-end encryption and authorized by your biometrics. Whether you forgot your wallet at home or simply have too many credit cards to manage, mobile payments can be a huge convenience.

    There are plenty of different payment solutions, ranging from Google Pay to Apple Pay, but they all fall victim to the same problem: not every payment terminal supports NFC. Luckily for Samsung users, that’s not necessarily a problem. Samsung makes use of a technology called Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST), which emulates the magnetic strip on a physical card to ensure that Samsung Pay work…

  • Every kitchen should have one of these $56 Instant Pot Duo Mini

    Get one, for real.

    Amazon currently has the 3-quart Instant Pot Duo Mini down to just $55.99 as one of its Gold Box deals of the day. This means that the price that is here now will be gone tomorrow, or sooner if it sells out. We’ve seen deals on Instant Pots disappear pretty quickly, so if you have missed out in the past just click the buy button now.

    The Instant Pot combines a bunch of kitchen appliances into one and allows you to do anything from pressure cooking to rice cooking, sauteing to steaming, and even making some yogurt. If it intimidates you a bit, don’t worry. Grab this popular Instant Pot cook book for tons of recipes and ideas of how to perfect your cooking with it.

    Need a larger version? The 6-quart option is on sale for $130 and the 8-quart version is priced at $160. That’s $20 off each of them.

    See at Amazon

  • Facebook now allows users to appeal certain removed posts

    The removal of Facebook posts that violate some of the social network’s policies can now be appealed. Content flagged for certain violations will be made private, and the poster presented the option to begin an appeals process to restore the post.

    Po…

  • New Google Tasks is made official with standalone Android and iOS app

    It’s been apparent for some time that Google was working on a new Tasks app, and further confirmation of this came with the leaked Gmail redesign. Now it’s official. Google Tasks has been completely overhauled and is now unrecognizable from the hardly…

  • How to change Fitbit Versa watch bands

    Get ready for some potential headaches 😬

    As functional as smartwatches are, they also serve as a great extension of your outfit/style. A leather band can help dress up a watch when at a formal gathering, but a silicone one is much better-suited when hitting the gym.

    The Fitbit Versa comes with a standard silicone band that can be worn just about anywhere, and while it looks and feels just fine, there are a number of first and third-party bands to choose from to help dress up the watch to your exact liking.

    Fitbit opted for a proprietary band system with the Versa, and it’s different from the other one introduced on the Ionic. The new setup can be a pain to deal with, so if you need a helping hand, you’re in the right place.

    Step 1 – Push in on the lever of your existing band

    With your Fitbit Versa turned upside down, find the quick-release lever (it’s the small metal pin near the Versa’s body).

    Once you’ve located it, use your finger to push it in towards the mi…

  • The new Gmail is here with a modern interface, snooze, confidential email, and more

    After several leaks, the updated Gmail interface and functionality is launching officially today for both consumers and enterprise G Suite users. There’s a lot to unpack, so without further ado, here are all the new features you can expect to see.

    For consumers

    The new web Gmail experience is launching today on the web. You can opt in to try it out by going to the Settings icon on the top right of your inbox and choosing “Try the new Gmail.” It’s not live for me yet, but it should roll out soon during the day.

    Read More

    The new Gmail is here with a modern interface, snooze, confidential email, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The new Gmail is here with a modern interface, snooze, confidential email, and more

    After several leaks, the updated Gmail interface and functionality is launching officially today for both consumers and enterprise G Suite users. There’s a lot to unpack, so without further ado, here are all the new features you can expect to see.

    For consumers

    The new web Gmail experience is launching today on the web. You can opt in to try it out by going to the Settings icon on the top right of your inbox and choosing “Try the new Gmail.” It’s not live for me yet, but it should roll out soon during the day.

    Read More

    The new Gmail is here with a modern interface, snooze, confidential email, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • OnePlus 6 launches May 16th at London event

    By this point, we’re able to piece together a pretty good picture of the upcoming OnePlus 6. It’s going to have a notch. Unless you don’t want it to have a notch. Unsurprisingly, it’s going to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip with up to 8GB of RAM …

  • Moto G6, G6 Play, and G6 Plus: Everything you need to know!

    It has six Gs. Count ’em.

    Motorola’s new Moto G6 series isn’t a reinvention of the product line exactly, but it moves the brand further in that luxury budget category so many companies, from Honor to Xiaomi, are vying to win.

    There are three new phones in the series — the Moto G6, G6 Plus and G6 Play — and they’re all intriguing in their own ways. Let’s take a look at what you need to know.

    Read (and watch) our preview!

    Interested in jumping right into the action? We’ve got a full hands-on preview for you to look at right… now.

    Moto G6 series hands-on: Hello photo

    There are three to choose from

    The Moto G6 isn’t a single phone, but three (so far), each aimed at a different segment of the budget market.

    The Moto G6 Play is the cheapest, and forgoes some of the camera fanciness for a $199 price point. It’s also made of shiny plastic instead of shiny glass. Its 720p display isn’t great, but it’s good enough in its 5.7-inch, 2:1 aspect ratio. Its rear fingerpr…

  • Xiaomi Mi 6X offers upgraded cameras and Snapdragon 660 for just $250

    The Mi 6X is the phone that sets the foundation for Xiaomi’s upcoming Android One device.

    Xiaomi is once again doing what it’s good at — launching products that offer incredible value for money. The manufacturer unveiled the Mi 6X at a media event in China, with the phone likely to make its way to global markets as the Mi A2, the successor to the Android One-based Mi A1.

    Just as the Redmi Note 5 Pro was the first device to introduce the Snapdragon 636 to the $200 segment, the Mi 6X is the first phone for under $300 to feature the Snapdragon 660. The rest of the specs aren’t all that bad either: you get a 5.99-inch FHD+ panel, up to 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB of storage, microSD slot, IR blaster, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.0, and a 3010mAh battery.

    On the software side of things, the Mi 6X runs the latest version of MIUI 9 atop Android 8.1 Oreo. Another welcome change is the addition of USB-C, as well as the inclusion of Quick Charge 3.0.

    On the camera side of things, the Mi …

View our blog archives »

Recent Comments