Top 5 Android Apps (May 2016)

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There are numerous apps coming out each week but there are some that stand out above the rest. So which are the top 5 Android apps for May 2016?

Airtime is a great app and it reminds you of the good old days of the MSN or Yahoo chat rooms. This time around it is all about a meeting place for friends and it comes with plenty of new features. It features the typical photo and video support along with a signal that tells you when friends are in the same area as you.

Random Flix is a great app for those who like to watch Netflix and who are too lazy to scroll through to find something to watch. Just open up the app and you can choose a random show to watch, you can think of it as like a shuffle button for TV shows.

The Rock Clock is an alarm clock for all the fans of The Rock, aka Dwanye Johnson. This is a clock that has a focus on goals and it doesn’t come with a snooze alarm. It offers motivational messages from the actor wrestler and it syncs with the personal alarm of The Rock.

Finch for Twitter is an Android client that allows users to use more than one account and the app is free. It comes with plenty of features and its fast. You can have multiple Twitter accounts along with font sizes, photo uploads, direct messaging and more.

Tomahawk Player Beta is a music player that is open source and it lets you find music. You give it a search term and it then finds the song from free and paid services. Of course as the app is in beta at the moment be prepared for crashes and bugs.

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