12 new and notable Android apps and live wallpapers from the last...

12 new and notable Android apps and live wallpapers from the last week (12/12/17 – 12/18/17)

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

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Featured App
Lockfeed Lock Screen for Instagram Pinterest &more
Today’s roundup is presented by Lockfeed Lock Screen for Instagram Pinterest &more, from Krots. First and foremost Lockfeed is a replacement for your stock Android lock screen. But what is so ingenious about this lock screen replacement is that it offers plenty of publisher channels ranging from news to sports, to social media, which can be set up as a live feed of customized information viewable right from Lockfeed. Functionally users can expect parity when compared to their stock lock screen as they can swipe up, as usual, to unlock their device to the home screen, but they also have the added benefit of swiping left to right to unlock and follow the action related to the content displayed such as opening up an Instagram post or a Pinterest pin in the relevant app.

This lock screen replacement serves live content from select publishers. New content is displayed on the lock screen every time the device is unlocked and put to sleep. Swipe right to unlock as usual, or swipe left to engage with the content on display. Currently, the following publishers are supported:
Huffington Post

Price: Free+

Android Police coverage: Google launches two new gimmicky photography apps on Android
Storyboard is an interesting video-focused application from Google that can quickly turn your videos into a comic book-like layout. By utilizing individual still shots from within any video, the app will create a stylized design that resembles

Article originally published at: Android Police