5 Can't-Miss Apps: 'Angry Birds Epic' and More

  • 1password


    1Password completely revamped its Android app this week. Previously, the Android version of 1Password had very limited features; users would have to log in via the service’s desktop version of its iOS app to fully manage their accounts. Now, the Android app enables users to generate and store strong unique passwords, sync their account to to Dropbox, create favorites and folders, and use a master password for all their account information. 1Password is available for iOS and Android.
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    'Angry Birds Epic'

    Rovio’s latest game in the Angry Birds series once again pits birds versus pigs; but this time, users are tasked with duking it out in epic battles on an island. Like those before it, Angry Birds Epic is, to some extent, a strategy game: Users must figure out their opponents' weaknesses, as they earn upgrades for their weapons and armor. The free game is available for iOS and Android.
  • Lex


    Lex is a new word game that achieves the perfect balance between being super simple, yet maddeningly addictive. Each round begins with a group of letter tiles, each of which is assigned a point value that corresponds to a timer. Common letters are low, while uncommon ones are high. Users must form as many words as they can with an ever-changing lineup of letters before time runs out. Unlike other word games, Lex depends on finding the most words in the fastest time -- not just the most complex. The $0.99 game is available for iOS.
  • Taptalk


    Taptalk is yet another Snapchat competitor that enables users to send disappearing photo messages to friends. Like Snapchat, the app allows users to write short messages on the images they send. But unlike Snapchat, Taptalk incorporates location information, so messages will display a map of where users were when they sent a message (as long as their location is turned on). Taptalk is free and available for iOS and Android.
  • Wine4me


    Wine4me is a personalized wine-recommendation engine that provides curated recommendations based on a user's tastes. Users begin by selecting the grapes, wineries and regions they like. The app then combines these preferences with a proprietary algorithm to provide users with an expansive list of wines to try. They can then sort and filter the recommendations by price, year, rating, region, grape and country to find the ones that are an ideal fit. The free app is available for iOS.
  • Between Facebook accidentally unveiling Slingshot, its Snapchat competitor, and Feedly's crippling cyberattacks, you may have overlooked some this week's best new apps.
    Luckily, Mashable creates a roundup each weekend of our favorite new and updated apps, so you won't miss out.

    This week's list includes Angry Birds Epic, 1Password's redesigned Android app and a wine-recommendation engine.
    Check out the gallery, above, to see all the apps that made our list of top picks. And if you're looking for more, check out last week's roundup of World Cup apps.

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