16 new and notable (and 2 WTF) Android apps from the last...

16 new and notable (and 2 WTF) Android apps from the last week (9/19/17 – 9/25/17)

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Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.

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LendingClub Invest
Android Police coverage: LendingClub, a peer-to-peer loans platform, just launched its Android app for investors
LendingClub Invest is a newly launched peer-to-peer loan system app. Just like the app’s parent website, you can log into your account, check your holdings, and transfer money between your LendingClub account and your bank. While more functionality would be a net positive for this new release, what is currently present at least shows a commitment to expanding the service on the platform.
Monetization: free / no ads / no IAPs

Access your LendingClub investor account through a convenient experience optimized for your mobile device. Don’t miss a thing – access your account whenever and wherever you want to. Now you can:
Log into your account with a touch of the finger (for Android 6.0 or above)
View and manage your account
Check your account holdings
See your net annualized return (NAR)
Invest in Notes
Use your saved filters to find the Notes you want
Set up and update automated investing
Transfer money between your LendingClub account and your bank

Price: Free

Twitter Lite
Android Police coverage: [Update: APK Download] Twitter Lite arrives in the Play Store, but only for the Philippines
Twitter Lite is currently only available as a testing release on the Philippines Play Store. While it is still unknown if it will come to any other market, you could always test it out for yourself no matter your location thanks to APKMirror. If you are unfamiliar with Twitter Lite, it’s essentially a less data-hungry app that gives you

Article originally published at: Android Police