This week’s best Android apps will have your phone running like never before. We’ve got games, parental controls, a sweet music player and more.
Play Safe: Your child might be operating your smartphone like a pro, but that doesn’t mean he should be able to use the thing however he pleases. Play Safe lets you decide which apps your kid can access, block access to Google Play, and impose any other restrictions you like so you don’t have to worry about giving your phone to the little tyke. Free.[clear]
Kicksend: It’s easy to use your phone to share just one photo or video to a friend, but what about an entire set? Kicksend lets you send large batches of photos and videos to your friends in one fell swoop. It’s been on iOS for a while, but it just launched on Android this week. Free.[clear]
JetAudio Basic: This is the music player for audiophiles. It supports all types of audio files, it has a 10-band equaliser so you can tweak the audio output to your liking, plus reverb, x-bass, crossfading, playback speed control and more. You might be tempted to make JetAudio your default player. Free.[clear]
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2012: Practise your swing this week, because Tiger Woods has come to Android. Customise your player, compete with a friend or another pro or take the Tiger challenge, and brush up on your duff, all from your phone or tablet. $5.16.[clear]