10 Best Android Apps
It seems like almost everyday there are new apps being introduced, curated to make our use more convenient and easier. Smartphones are used for every task and aspect of our life now which means that there is an app for almost everything out there. If you are an Android user, and are confused amongst all these hundreds of apps, then look below to choose which apps to install.
1. Pocket (free)
Pocket is a browser extension and mobile app which lets you save any web page that you want to check out later. It lets you read the page once you’ve added it to the app later on even if you do not have any internet connection.
2. Waze (free)
Google Maps is our best friend when it comes to navigation but Waze is what you need if you are going on road trips or travelling to a crowded metropolis. It collects data from locals and lets you know of speed traps, traffic jams, closures etc.
3. Mint (free)
Everyone needs a way to keep track of their expenses. Mint lets you track not only your spendings, but you can also sync your bank accounts or credit cards to keep automatic track of all your finances in one place.
4. VSCO (free)
We all need good camera apps that we can use to edit our pictures to perfection. VSCO not only has amazing fine-tuning tools, it also has a “Journal” section where you can see the best images documented and take note of which tools they used to edit.
5. Nova Launcher (free)
Nova Launcher helps you get the most customized and curated experience using your smartphone. It lest you use and navigate your smartphone the way you want to and to customize it the way you like.
6. Evernote (free)
People who like to always note things down will really benefit from Evernote. It connects with all your devices so when you note down something it will automatically be on each of your devices. You can also share your notebooks with people to work in groups. This way, you can document every thought or experience.
7. Avast! (Buy)
Limitless surfing on the internet means that you are also vulnerable to threats and attacks from malwares or viruses. In order to keep your data private and secure, you should invest Avast! that not only provides firewall features but also screens and blocks calls, locks apps etc.
8. Google Authenticator (free)
Using your log in credentials for any website on any third-party device can be dangerous. You risk exposing your sensitive data when you use a third-party device which is why you need a layer of protection. Google Authenticator makes sure your data remains secure by using codes and keys so only you can have access to that particular information.
9. Adobe Scan (free)
With the world progressing at an increasingly fast pace every day, papers are being used less and less. Since every thing has gone digital now, Adobe Scan is the perfect addition to your phone. You can scan documents and other papers to keep them in digital forms in your phone to access later.
10. CustomCalc (free)
For people that need a more advanced calculator than the basic one already present in our phones, you can add CustomCalc. It lets you do conversions, and solve tough mathematic and arithmetic problems.Disclaimer:We do not allow users to post content which is copyright and We take strict actions against the users who post infringement content on our website.Although we do not host any content, users post embed videos from youtube, facebook, Dailymotion and Vimeo and are moderated before posting but we still take strict action against the copyright videos posted.If you are an official representative of any company whose videos are posted illegally on our website or you think some video infringe the copyright then you can simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org