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Google Play apps of the week (19/4): PushBullet, MapMyFitness, Puk, Mathway and MeteoEarth

Take a look at the five apps we highly recommend you download this week. Let us know your thoughts on the likes of MeteoEarth and Puk.

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PushBullet (Free)

This app provides an instant way of pushing your files from your computer to your phone. After downloading the app and connecting your device to a computer, any file you then push across will be instantly available to use from within your notifications bar.

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MapMyFitness (Free)

Track you run and see the calories you’re burning in MapMyFitness. The app locks on to your device’s GPS to record your timings, route and pace to provide you with a great way to record data when you exercise.

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Puk (£0.69/$0.99)

Despite being a gorgeous looking game, Puk is also a deceptively tricky little puzzler. You need to ping your ‘Puk’ against target to rack up points as quick as possible. Seems easy enough, but it soons get difficult. Definitely worth a download if gameplay and graphics are important to you.

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Mathway (Free)

If maths isn’t your strong point, then the Mathway app will be perfect for you. No matter how complicated the equation, Mathway provides an instant answer to your problem. Upgrade to the premium version to see a step-by-step guide on how Mathway solved the problem.

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MeteoEarth (£2.99/$3.99)

There are plenty of weather apps on the Google Play store, but none of them compare to how detailed and thorough MeteoEarth. Track realtime weather updates and follow satellites to see individual weather reports for where you live.

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