This week saw a lot of iOS favorites finally coming to Android users. Even better, Android users got something an iPhone may never see: the no-longer-mysterious Facebook Home.
Burner: You may already be familiar with the iPhone version of this disposable phone number app, but Burner has just opened up its brave, new, anonymous world to Android—use it wisely. Free to download, plans vary
Facebook Home: Not technically an app, Home changes the entire way you interface with your phone. As soon as you turn on your phone (or wake it), you'll see your "Coverfeed"-a super-condensed version of your News Feed that takes up the entire display, and completely replaces both the lockscreen and homescreen. Free
Rando: Another app that originally appeared for iOS only, Rando sends you an anonymous image from around the world and lets you send your own anonymous images to some unsuspecting stranger. The whole thing is random, as you may have guessed, and there's no likes, no comments, no direct communication of any kind. Just pics. Free
Valet: Most people can barely remember what they had for lunch, much less where they parked their car however many hours ago. Valet's here to do all that dirty memory work for you, it'll even send you a reminder when the meter time is running low. So you can focus on the important things like... oh, you'll think of something. $1