Now that the fall season is about to be in full swing, it's time to download some productivity apps for keeping track of schoolwork and schedules and to get ready for back-to-school season. It also means that Android users are on the lookout for new music to be part of their fall soundtrack, as well as new movies and TV series to stream during free time.
While Drake's "One Dance," The Angry Birds Movie and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child all dominated the Google Play Store charts in August, Google is getting ready to release all-new titles across the various media categories throughout the entire month.
Android users couldn't get enough of the photo app Prisma and sports app ESPN Fantasy Football, but they will now be able to download a new "radio by the people" app, Anchor.FM. Mobile games like Pac-Man Pop and Oz: Broken Kingdom will finally launch for Android, but those who prefer to flip pages on their mobile devices can read Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run or Harlan Corben's Home.
When it comes to music, movies and TV series, there are countless downloadable titles coming to the Play Store, such as Jason Aldean and M.I.A.'s latest albums. Make sure to download movies like Captain America: Civil War, Warcraft and Ghostbusters, and catch up on new episodes of South Park and Gotham.
Here's the complete list of new apps, games, music, movies, TV shows and books available to download on the Google Play Store in September.
Pac-Man Pop by Bandai Namco (currently available for pre-registrations)
Fairway Solitaire by Big Fish (currently available for pre-registrations)
Oz: Broken Kingdom by Nexon M (currently available for pre-registrations)
Jason Aldean – They Don't Know
Bastille – Wild World
M.I.A. – Aim
Shawn Mendes – Illuminate
Bon Iver – 22, A Million
Captain America: Civil War
South Park, season 20
Big Bang Theory, season 10
Gotham, season 3
Empire, season 2
The Blacklist, season 4
Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer
Apprentice in Death by J.D. Robb
Home by Harlan Coben
The Kept Woman by Karin Slaughter
Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen