Top new apps: what to download this week

Here’s a round-up of the best mobile apps we tested on Softonic this week. Check them out now!

UEFA Euro 2012 official app

Europe’s biggest soccer tournament doesn’t kick off until June, but already the official app of the championships is available. The application brings you all the latest news in the build-up to Euro 2012, as well as team profiles, stats and schedule details. You’ll be able to follow matches live during the tournament itself. Note that the Euro 2012 app is only available in Europe at the moment.

iOS, Android, BlackBerry


Ice Age Village

Fans of frosty family film, Ice Age will love this new game tie-in from Gameloft. Ice Age Village sees you build your own town inhabited by your favorite characters from the movies. The idea is to level up to earn acorns, which you use to add new animals and other items within the game. This can take a lot of patience – or you can just choose to buy acorns through in-app payments.

iOS, Android


Flickr

Flickr has long been one of the most popular photo sharing sites. Now you can access the service through this slick Windows Phone version, which lets you upload the pictures you take on your phone and add titles and descriptions. Others can search and comment on your photos, and the app also supports geo-tagging so people can know where a photo was taken.

Windows Phone


Music Download Paradise

Want some music to listen to on your phone? Don’t want to pay for it? Then go grab Music Download Paradise, a sound search engine that lets you download songs, ringtones and sound effects for free. The app is simple to use, consisting of just a search function and a library where you can store all the music that you download.

Android

Assassin’s Creed II

Symbian gamers rejoice! The second part of the awesome action adventure game Assassin’s Creed is now available on the mobile platform. This two-dimensional version of the console classic plays very well, allowing you to jump and climb, as well as sword fight and counter attack enemies. With a surprisingly comfortable control systems, Assassin’s Creed II is not to be missed for fans of this genre.

Symbian

Posted

If you order a lot of packages online, Posted can help you keep track of the delivery status of all of your orders. Posted is simple to use and works using the tracking numbers from the companies that’s delivering the order. The app will also sync your deliveries across your iOS devices, so you get the same up-to-date list on each device. Posted includes push notifications for any status update on a delivery.

iOS

Drag Racing: Bike Edition

The original Drag Racing game was one of the most simplistic driving games for Android, and yet it was so hard to put down. Now a motorcycle version of the game has screeched into the Google Play store. The idea of Drag Racing: Bike Edition is to customize and tune your bike to compete in a one-on-one race against another bike. By winning races you earn money to spend on your bikes.

Android

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