Five apps and games for you to try out over the weekend

Every day we can meet and try new things for our smartphone. Of course not all options will fit your use, so we decided to make this list weekly with our suggestions for apps and games you should know and try on your Android.


WeDo is an interesting option for those looking for a task and appointment manager. The app's interface is one of the most interesting I've tested lately, as it follows the concept of cards, meaning all its planning and pending will be seen as a more modern and colorful Google Now.

There are few functions, which is great for countless situations where all we want to record an activity or schedule an appointment quickly. WeDo has no limitations or ads, it is still under development in the Play Store, but it didn't present any problems during the tests I did.

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WeDo / AndroidPIT (screenshot)

Download WeDo Here Directly from the Play Store


I found the proposal of Cooking very interesting and practical for those who like to take risks in the kitchen. It is a community where users can register and share recipes with others. All recipes follow a very interesting pattern, with step by step, many images and even videos. Apparently, users who use Cooking are very dedicated.

In addition to internal search, the app has a section that makes it easier to find specific menus and recipes. There are recipes from other channels out there, like Everything's Hot.

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Cooking / AndroidPIT (screenshot)

Download here Cooking directly from the Play Store


Frame is an application to download wallpapers that has a modern and well organized interface. There are no advertisements that disrupt the usage experience. The developer apparently prioritized the look of the app as quite interesting, quite unlike more popular options like Zedge. The images are in high resolution and well selected.

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Frame / AndroidPIT (screenshot)

Frame – Wallpapers
Install on Google Play

Fat bunny

How about helping a chubby rabbit eat its carrots? This is the only goal of Fat Bunny, but it is a mistake to think that this is an easy task. This is because our dear main character cannot climb during the course, meaning you need to prevent him from taking a climb or incline along the way. I confess I did not understand the purpose at first because the tutorial was not clear, but now that you know what to do, go ahead and waste a few hours playing Fat Bunny.

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Fat Bunny / AndroidPIT (screenshot)

Download Fat Bunny right here from the Play Store


It's been a while since I've been indicating icon packs here on the site, so I thought this list should bring a very interesting option for you who like to customize your Android. Siru is a bundle of various icons that follow Android's visual concept, Material Design, even simpler. Some apps have two icon options, and there is also a wallpaper tab that can be a hand on the wheel.

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Siru – Icon Pack
Install on Google Play

And which option do you like the most and will try on your Android? 😉

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