5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Android Apps Weekly

Welcome to the 468th edition of Android Apps Weekly. Here are the big headlines from the last week.

Sony is working on a monitoring app for its Android TVs. The monitor app works to prevent piracy. It would basically block sideloading of apps known to show pirated content. You can read more at the link, but here’s hoping it doesn’t interfere with normal sideloading.
YouTube is testing live TV with a small subset of its users. It lets you view live TV for free with advertising support. The service should compete with Tubi, Pluto TV, and Roku. All of those services also offer free live TV. We expect it to roll out later this year.
Google updated its official clock app this week. The new clock app makes it easier to create a custom alarm. It records a sound right from the app and gives you the tools to make it an alarm sound. It’s not a huge update, but it makes the app more useful.
Google Podcasts is not having a good time. Recently, it stopped showing up in Google Search results, and it’s being minimized in other areas. A Google spokesperson said these changes are normal. It doesn’t spell good news for Google Podcasts.
Google Stadia officially died this week. We wrote a eulogy for the service, so we won’t go into huge detail here. Google also launched a tool to convert a Stadia controller to a regular Bluetooth controller but warns that it removes Wi-Fi functionality. Hit the links to learn more. Goodbye, Google Stadia.

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