New Best Android Apps August 2023

New Best Android Apps August 2023

Google Play Store features new Android apps every month, but it’s a tough task for an average user to find those new best apps on the Play Store on their own. That’s why we plan to write a list of the best free new Android apps every month to keep you updated with the latest apps for Android. In this post, you will know about the top 7 best new Android apps to download in August 2023.

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1. Radio time

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The first app is an easy-to-use ad-free music app that allows you to listen to over 35,000 radio stations from around the world for absolutely free. The UI is very easy to navigate and the app is fast, which makes it stand out from other radio apps. You can manually choose the country to get all the radio stations of that country and also manually search for radio stations of any category by their name worldwide.

Be it music, news or sports etcetera. In addition, you can bookmark your favorite radio stations for quick access. The only feature I felt missing is the radio stations grouped by categories. It’s a nice one anyway.

2. Statista Daily Data

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The popular statistics agency Statista has released a miny app version of its website that features the statistics it evaluated over the years. It’s a kind of news app, but it doesn’t bore you with misleading headlines and long paragraphs. Instead, it only focuses on numbers. You can see different stats daily with colorful infographics and text. The app neatly features a category section for different statistics of different fields with subcategories for better insights. In addition, you can save the cards you like and share them with your friends. It’s an informative free app overall with no ads.


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Generally, anyone can answer incoming calls on their phone even though their phone is locked. If you want to restrict others from answering the incoming calls on your phone, then get this app, to lock your incoming calls with 2 types of locks, so they won’t be able to answer the calls without unlocking it first. You can also set the calls to be disconnected after 3 failed unlocking attempts and also set the lock schedule, so the app works only during that time period.

The app also allows you to set any of your photos as the call lock screen’s background. It’s working all right and is very easy to use. So get it if it’s something you could use.

4. Launcher widget 

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Next app lets you launch any of your apps quickly in just two taps, without having to open the app drawer. It’s basically a widget that shows all your installed apps as small icons on your screen and shows you a zoom window when you touch any one of them, so you can launch the app you want easily. The widget saves the positions of icons and updates the list of apps by installation time or alphabet like an app drawer. It saves your time – because it’s easy to find icons when all icons are on one screen.

In addition, you can customize the layout completely, from the number of rows and columns to the size of the widget. So, try the free version for 3 days, and buy it if you like it.

5. Screen protector 

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Did you know that a few malicious apps or hackers can screenshot or screen record your mobile activities without being noticed? Although it’s not that easy, it is still possible. If you don’t want that to happen to you, give this app a try. It protects your screen from being recorded by malicious apps or hackers by making your screen go black.

You just need to enable this option to make the resulting screen record concealed with a black screen. That’s all you get in the free version. The pro version offers a few more options that let you block screen recording app-wise, and white list trusted apps along a quick toggle widget. So try it out.


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Charge meter is a simple yet useful app that you can use to find out the speed of your charging cable. The app helps you to find the fastest charging cable for your phone, by measuring the charging current—the higher the current, the faster the charging cable. In addition, you get to see a lot of information about your battery, such as how much the battery is discharging per hour, estimated backup time, battery temperature, battery health, and other details. It’s simple and useful.

7. Image chat

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This incredible AI app describes your surroundings through your camera and images. You can upload any image to it and the Ai describes it for you. It not only describes the images and your surroundings but also allows you to interact with the images and ask questions regarding them. For example, you can ask it to recognize a random recipe pic you see online, and then you can also ask the AI for the detailed cooking process. Likewise, you can ask the app about pretty much anything without limits. The app is user-friendly and it’s working fine. So, give it a shot.

Wrapping up

Well, these were the best Android apps to try in August 2023. We really hope you found the post informative and give some of these a try if not all. Meanwhile, if you think we missed any app, leave it in the comment section, and we will try it and feature it if it’s good enough. That’s it for this month, see you soon, Thanks for reading!

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