Android is one of the most widely used operative systems for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. As such, there is constant demand for some kind of new and improved app that will take the user experience to the next level.

A stable Internet connection seems to be one of the major concerns for most Android smartphone users. Many of them prefer to spend the limited data plans at their disposal on a hand or two at NetBet UKs platform, while others could even find themselves without any reception, let alone a Wi-Fi signal. With the exact purpose of providing users in such situations with some form of entertainment, the Google Play Store has decided to offer a selection of offline apps and games that, once downloaded, can run perfectly without any form of online connection.


NBA Jam achieved great popularity since its initial release, as is evident from the number of downloads and positive reviews. It has a simple two-on-two players gameplay, with each team trying to score more than the other before the match ends. It is bound to keep you busy until a proper online connection comes by, in which case you can enjoy the online multiplayer feature that is also available.


A compressed form of the original computer version, Minecraft still manages to provide hours of offline fun to Android users willing to build entire worlds, fight and kill their enemies and basically mine stuff. It is available on the Google Play Store for an initial price of $6.99, although in-app purchases are also available for those who want a greater selection of skins.

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions

Action lovers will definitely get their money’s worth with this offline Android game. It is available for a one-time payment of $9.99, which will get you over a 100 levels of action-packed gameplay set in 2D and 3D battle arenas. The goal of the game is to kill, or more precisely, blow up as many enemies as you can, at your chosen pace. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions is a multifunctional game that meets the needs of occasional players and dedicated action addicts, as player modes range from easy to super hard.


As the text title suggests, this Android game can be played completely offline. It is a typical quiz-based game available on the Play Store for free download, or a paid pro version. The distinction between the two is evident in the larger question fund, as well as some extra perks and options. But even if you choose to get it free of charge, you still have over 6,000 questions across several player modes. There’s even an in-question feature that lets you seek hints to the correct answers.


For a single cost of $3.99, this game’s simple graphics allows you to perfect your trimming skills, as you need to make the plant grow towards the sun across 48 different levels. It’s as simple and clear-cut as it gets, which makes it a great way to relax without an Internet connection