1. If you have a Samsung Galaxy device, you can now stream music
Samsung is getting into the music streaming business with Milk Music. The app, available in the Google Play store, streams music for free in the United States, and even without those pesky ads. Oh, and it's available on just about every Galaxy device.
2. Also in the Google Play store – Malware
New malware that can take over the camera and audio recording functions on an Android device has just invaded the Google Play store. The malicious program is disguised as an app called Parental Control and you should be on the lookout.
Read more: Malware designed to take over cameras and record audio enters Google Play(ArsTechnica)
3. Read a novel in 90 minutes with this app
That's right, a whole novel. Spritz, a Boston-based software company, has just developed a new application that allows you to read an entire novel in 90 minutes or less.
How does it work? The app's “Optimal Recognition Point” technology manipulates the presentation of the text so that the words rapidly replace themselves within a fixed spot on the page. Basically, your eyes don't move as you read, allowing you to process the words more quickly.
Read more: This insane new app will allow you to read novels in under 90 minutes(EliteDaily)
4. Never be late again with Spot On Time
Navigation apps like Google Maps or Yahoo Maps may help you find your destination, but what about parking? Spot On Time, a subscription-based service, not only helps you find your way from point A to point B, but also helps you get there on time and find the closest parking spot.
Read more: Spot On Time's new app helps drivers arrive on time, find parking too(TechCrunch)
5. Oh, and you might need this app to find your car after you've parked it
After you've parked and run errands, Auto Finder for Android will help you find your car. How does it work? The app automatically marks your parking spot on a map, and then gives you directions back to it. It's free too.
Read more: Auto Finder for Android: A simple way to remember where you parked your car(TheNextWeb)