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Top Apps Of 2014

I love my phone and I think maybe I spend too much time on it! One reason for this is all the amazing stuff you can do with it. I take loads of pictures and I’m always texting and emailing, and when I’m not doing that I’m looking up recipes or using the maps to try and find out how I got lost... But mostly I like to try out apps, whether they’re games or puzzles or something completely new. It’s a good idea to try and stay off your phone for a while every day, but these aren’t helping!
 Candy Crush Saga. If you love puzzles like I do and you’ve got a sweet tooth, you’ve probably played this already. It’s soooo addictive and the graphics are great – when you start playing it’s easy to learn, and it feels like I’ve been playing it for years. It’s free to play, but you have the option to pay for some stuff (like extra lives) so watch out for that!
When I’m not playing Candy Crush I sometimes like to pretend I’m in Las Vegas and have a go on the slot machines. There’s a great choice of themes and you can play or free or even for real money, and they have some amazing bonuses for new players.







For music lovers, try Pandora Radio. Put in your favourite band or a song you love, and the app creates a radio station personalized for you! Unbelieveably, it’s free as well. I’ve found loads of new artists - and old ones I’d never heard before, and I’ve only been using it a few days. You can also use it to listen to comedy, or classical music – pretty much anything that’s been recorded! 
 
When farming games first came out, I thought – that is so weird, who’d want to do that? Now I can’t stop playing Hay Day. It’s all about caring for your chickens and pigs, and there’s something very relaxing about it. It’s free (with paid add-ons again) and it works really nicely on my phone.





 OK – so I never read the book, but I liked the first movie, and The Hobbit: Kingdoms Of Middle-Earth is a lot of fun. I’m pretty terrible at it – you can play against thousands of people around the world, and most of them seem to be better than me. But it’s really atmospheric and I love the live chat function!











(Images courtesy of onehitpixel.com, casinoadvisor.com, timpmedia.com, supercell.net, heavy.com)

Comments

  1. I've played all of them, except Pandora, I've already leave it aside for the rest of the games...hehehe!!! As I always play for few days then forget about it already....

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  2. I never played a single one before.. only pictures one word...

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