Google has a great selection of apps and games for you. At the end of each year, both Apple and Google award the best apps and games on their respective app stores. (If you have an iPhone, you should check out our list of Apple’s best.) And if you don’t have time to try out the new Android apps this year, our quick list will help you find something interesting. Will help If you want to see the whole list, this is the best page of 2021 Google Play.


Meditation App Balance is the winner of the best Android app of 2021. The feature of the app is that it can develop your meditation based on your experiences. When you start using the app, it will ask you some questions about your history with meditation and then offer meditation guidance plans accordingly. During each plan, it offers meditation based on your relaxation with different techniques, which makes it a good personal program for you.


Meditation is known to be one of the most effective techniques against stress, anxiety, and even depression, and makes balancing easier. Balance is free to download and has a limited time offer that allows you to get the first year for free, so go ahead and give it a try.

Pokémon Unite:

If you are looking for an exciting competitive multiplayer game on your Android phone, then Pokemon United is a really good option for you. It pitches two teams of five players against each other, giving the multiplayer an addictive experience. Google called it the best Android game of the year, which is another reason to try it.

And while Pokemon United will clearly appeal to Pokemon fans, it’s worth playing even if you’re not in the franchise. You can have fun with it even if you don’t know anything about any of your characters. Although there are some matchmaking issues in this game, where you can sometimes pair up with very strong players, and this can sometimes lead to server issues.

Bird Alone:

Best Android Apps

If you dislike fast-paced competitive multiplayer games, you should check out Bird Alone. It’s an amazing single-player experience where you strike a friendship with a bird. This bird has normal questions at first, but eventually, the discussions drift towards existential topics including death. It doesn’t stay that dark for long, however, as you do fun things such as write poems together. The whole point of Bird Alone is to check in on your companion every day and ensure that it is not, in fact, alone.


Moonbeam is a great app for discovering podcasts. Over the last few years, we’ve been moving towards shorter format content as we see on TickTalk and Instagram releases, so basically longer format podcasts sometimes suffer because of comfortable listeners. They can be stopped because of their length. Some of the best podcasts run over 40 minutes per episode, and that’s where Moon Beam steps in.


If you want to learn digital marketing or product management, FWD is a good starting point. The app breaks down complex topics into bite-sized cards, which make it easier to learn these subjects. It also has quizzes to check if you’re able to grasp these subjects. FWD makes learning easy (and its nice design deserves plaudits, too).


Speechify is a screen reader app that converts text to speech. If you find it hard to read text, you can ask Speechify to read it out to you. The app has lots of different voices to choose from and supports 20 languages. It allows you to speed up audio playback, if you’d like.

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The best feature is Speechify’s ability to scan text and read it out loud for you. If you have a long article in a printed magazine, for example, you could scan it using Speechify and have it read it.

My Friend Pedro: Ripe for Revenge:

If you want a platformer to kill time, My Friend Pedro: Ripe for Revenge is an excellent choice. The game combines platforming elements with some great action, which is designed to keep you entertained for hours. The challenges stay fresh for a long time, which keeps the game from becoming repetitive or boring.

Sleep Cycle:

Although most of the love was for Android phone apps and games, Google made special mention of Android Wear apps. The best of these is the sleep cycle. It helps you stay awake, wakes you up with a soft alarm sound, and works well even when you don’t have a smartwatch. If you have a smartwatch, the watch moves slowly to wake you up. If not, your phone alarm will wake you up.


Google also didn’t forget apps designed for Android tablets, even though those devices are nowhere near as popular as phones. Concepts is one of those apps. It lets you sketch your ideas and create fully editable diagrams. You can easily select objects, duplicate them, or move them around if needed. The app is pretty powerful for sketching, and it works well with a touchscreen.


Canva is the app people use if they find Photoshop too complicated. It makes it easy to design posters, logos, and banners, and it has lots of free templates for you to get started, including a variety of text effects that you can create using the app. Canva works really well on Android–particularly so on tablets.