In the earlier stages of development (with many more features promised) but a promising to-do list app nonetheless. It gives you reminders based on your location. Especially notable for its lovely design and subtle animations, including the cool...
A great new music app - this brings you a large catalogue of free chiptune music. The interface is very nicely designed, with great use of smooth animation for switching between Playlists, Popular etc.
The stunning calendar app from the makers of Any.do brings subtle text fades, smooth sliding and pop out animations when adding events and much more. Some of the most impressive use of animations on Android are on display here. It even has a...
A clean looking app with some fun, bouncy animations and brilliant functionality that cleverly utilises the phone's accelerometer. It automatically tracks your activity (walking, running cycling etc) in the background, providing you with well...
An alarm clock with some truly amazing animations. Subtle background movements, the smooth expansion of numbers as you choose an alarm time and the flipping of the Timer to turn it in to a Stopwatch, along with a ton of other great animations, make...
A terrific reddit app. In pre-beta but very stable and full of options (e.g. themes). Animations are perfectly smooth, and the clean bounce back and sliding animations give the app a very fun, animated feel.
A hold styled conversion app with an extensive selection of conversion units. Animations are clean and not too prominent. Entering numbers involves a clever animation, where numbers slide in to replace options.
A great app for collecting, organising and sharing interests, with an original interface. Every aspect of the app is well animated, from the natural physics of dragging around interests to the way you bin them.
A local dating app where you anonymously "like" others in the hope they'll "like" you back. A fun interface where you can freely slide around photos. The cube animation when you move to Matches is cool too.
This launcher is well...erm... different. It takes the idea of the "Home" screen literally and puts your content in a 3D living room, complete with Microsoft Surface and a TV. Slide up to see a blip fly across the sky, carrying an advert.
Create your own animation! Draw a frame, and on the next frame, a "ghost" of the last frame shows up to enable you to easily progress your animation. Very accessible. A fun tool for creative people with plenty of time.
A homescreen replacement that looks similar to Google Now. It "intelligently" changes throughout the day. As you slide around animations are simple and perfectly smooth, with some nice fading effects. Bugs to be expected as it's in alpha.
A simple, holo-styled app for keeping track of the receipts. There are various types of animation throughout the app, from the multitasking-like animation for creating a new list to the way delete options slide in from the side.
Similar to Clear on iOS. Swiping deletes, pulling makes more options appear at the top of the panel, pinch to switch, long press top rearrange... all done with slick animations on a very colourful interface. A to-do app set apart by its animations.