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Friday, November 3, 2017

Useful Apps

Hi, friends,  
We are accept New Era of Smartphones. We very well know the usecase of apps The number of apps in the Google Play Store has grown to around 3 million. Meanwhile, there are multiple apps with the same functionalities.
So, instead of trying all of them, we have saved you some time by compiling this list of best free and paid Android apps of all time. These are also some of the essential Android apps that you should have on your Android device.
Alarmy :

If you have a habit of skipping your morning alarm, this is one of the must have Android apps for your device. Alarmy has a unique way to break your morning laziness by laying out puzzles and challenges before you can snooze that annoying music. Even more, you can set the difficulty level of these challenges as per your preference.
The useful app also features a photo mode where you can turn off the alarm by clicking a snapshot of a registered place. Dubbed as “the most annoying app,” the alarm app should be part of your set of cool Android apps.

Dropbox
Dropbox lets you access your files from anywhere.Dropbox
Dropbox remains the best app for seamlessly syncing files to and from your portable devices. It works across the web, Windows, macOS, iOS, and of course Android, which means you need never find yourself without access to an important file. You can use Dropbox to automatically back up your photos and videos to the cloud, keep that important set of PDFs with you, or take notes that sync back to your laptop.
On the negative side, the free Dropbox plan only offers a miserly 2GB of storage. However, if you need more space, premium plans start at $10 per month for 1TB of storage.
Dropbox for Android, free or $10 to $20 per month for premium plans

Reverse Dictionary
We all struggle with new words we come across and for that we have dictionaries. However, what if you are unable to remember the word, but you know what it means. Reverse dictionary is a simple app which not only knows the word, but can also find it if you by simply typing in the definition.

Plex
Plex streams your media files to your device.
Plex makes it easy to stream music, movies, TV shows, photos, and more from your computer to your Android device. You need to set up the app on your Windows or macOS computer first, and then you can beam any content stored on the hard drive to your phone—no matter where you happen to be.
That said, there are a couple of caveats. Although you can stream files to other computers for free, to send them to your Android phone—while avoiding limits on your file sizes—you'll need a $5 per month Plex Pass subscription. Also, you must have all your content downloaded to the computer disk, because Plex can't work with protected videos purchased from Google, Apple, or Amazon. Finally, you'll rely on a pretty fast connection to avoid too-long buffering times.

Plex for Android, free or $5 per month for a Plex Pass

Comixology
Comics are equally important part of our culture and if you are looking for an app to read them, here is a good one. Comixology is a free app which offers more than 40000 titles from multiple publishers. It is the biggest comic book reader app out there.

Nova 
Launcher 

Nova Launcher is one of the best Android launchers residing on the Play Store for many years. The launcher is smooth, fast, lightweight, and comes with tons of customization. Also, there are numerous icon packs available in the Google Play Store to change its looks.Nova Launcher supports app-drawer customization, has a scroll-able dock, notification badges, folder and icon customization, and packs around a dozen gestures for easy navigation. The launcher app is free to download, but its prime version unlocks a lot of other features including some locked gestures. Do you see the black navigation bar at the bottom, which has the home, back and multitasking button? Well, that doesn't need to be bland anymore. You can change the background on the navigation bar in simple steps with the Navbar app. You can even use a custom image for the same.

Hermit
Apps are best part of any smartphone, but what if you have less space on your phone, or don’t want to install a particular app for any reason? Well, you can still use those app services as long as they have a web page. The Hermit app, makes web apps versions of normal apps. So, if you don’t want to install facebook and use a lighter web app version only, you can make one via Hermit.

SwiftKey :

SwiftKey keyboard is trusted by over 250 million users worldwide. It uses artificial intelligence that enables it to learn and satisfactorily predict what the user intends to type.Swiftkey features autocorrect and gesture typing for faster input. Moreover, there is an inbuilt GIF search engine, a wide range of themes, and is an excellent keyboard for bilingual folks.Swiftkey does not store information from password fields and sensitive information such as credit card numbers. Overall, Swiftkey will enhance your typing experience and is a must have app on your Android device.

Soundcloud
If you are into music and want to listen to new artists from anywhere in the world, then Souncloud is a really good app to download. The app has no ads and no subscription fees. So, just discover music and stream it from the cloud.

Snapseed
Everything you need from an image editor.
You'll find many Android apps for photo editing, but we're big fans of Snapseed. It gives you access to just about every image-tweaking tool you can think of, helping you do everything from adjusting colors to removing objects. You can do intensive work tweaking the effects on a very fine level, or just slap on some filters in seconds. Despite the wealth of features, Snapseed and its tools remain straightforward to use. Once you're done, you can easily share and export the results.




Fluenty
Have you noticed the auto-reply suggestion on your Gmail? Well, these AI based replies can easily be integrated in your phone itself using Fluenty. The app works with SMS, Whatsapp, Hangouts, Facebook and Messenger. It even works with Android wear smartwatches

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WhatsApp :
WhatsApp is a free, instant messaging application where users can communicate with one another using the phone’s internet service. It is one of the top Android apps in India.
It provides you the ability to send text messages and voice messages, share links, images, and location, make video calls, etc. to any other user worldwide. It is one of the secure Android messaging apps and is also accessible from a desktop environment.

CamScanner
Digitize your documents with CamScanner.
Several apps let you use your phone's camera to digitize paper documents, but few are as slick and powerful as CamScanner. It can crop and enhance images in seconds, leaving you with a digital document that's aligned and easy to read—even if your phone's camera isn't the best. You can join documents together, add your own annotations on top, and then share the result as a PDF or JPG.
On top of this basic version, you can sign up for a premium account for $5 per month. With this version, CamScanner will turn images into digital text that you can search through on your phone or via the app's web interface.
CamScanner for Android, free or $5 per month for a premium account.

Xender
:Xender is one of the essential Android apps you should have on your device. It saves you from the hassle of carrying your USB data cable around to exchange files with PC as no PC side software is required to transmit or receive files.
Moreover, it is a hundred times faster than Bluetooth for transferring files between any device, thanks to it being cross-platform. SHAREit is also a very useful app when it comes to sharing files between smartphones.

Twitch.tv
Twitch.tv is simply the best app to watch matches of your favorite eSport games on. You can even catch high profile gamers playing live. You can learn their moves or just enjoy the prolific gaming session.

Google Podcasts
Google Podcasts is a simple yet powerful podcasting app.David Nield
Google's recent foray into podcasting apps hits a nice balance between functionality and simplicity. On top of playing your favorite shows, it also syncs your listening across devices—and supported devices include Google Home speakers. The interface is clean and clutter-free, so searching for and discovering new podcasts is simple. Once you subscribe to a show, new episodes download and join your queue automatically.
Google Podcasts for Android, free




Runtastic
If you are new to running or have made plans to lose weight this year, Runtastic is an app you should download right away. It is simple yet good app which keeps tracks of your run, gives you stats like distance covered, calories burned, etc. It is supported by all major smartwatch makers and easily integrates with other fitness apps.




MX Player:

Speaking of the best apps for Android, this video player for supports almost all the primary video and audio file formats. It packs a lot of features including editing of subtitle timeframes, fast forwarding and volume control gestures, gestures for zooming in and out of a video, on-screen kid lock and many more.
MX Player is available for free with ads. Moreover, it comes with additional plugins for extra functionalities. It’s still belongs among the must have apps for those who like to keep loads of videos on their Android device.


Memrise
Learning languages is a tedious task and can be made easier if the process become natural. Memrise is just such an app via which you can learn various languages in a more natural conversational way. It also won the best app award this year.

Air-Droid :
Air Droid is one of the best screen mirroring app that is available on the Android platform. Once the app is installed on the Android device as well as on your PC, you can easily share files and mirror your Android screen on your PC
Not only that, you can see any new notifications, reply to messages, missed calls, and much more. The software also has a web client that you can use on your internet browser.
AirDroid surely is a must have Android app if you are looking to use your Android device on your Windows PC.




IFTTT
IFTTT lets multiple accounts connect with each other.David Nield
IFTTT, or If This Then That, ties together different apps: When a trigger happens in one service ("if this"), then an action results in another ("then that"). You can integrate a whole bunch of programs, including social media, web apps, hardware devices, online services, smart home platforms, and more.
The app works particularly well with an Android device: You can use it to change your phone's wallpaper every day, back up your SMS messages to email, post to multiple social networks at the same time, or switch off your Wi-Fi when you leave the house. This is just an idea of what's possible—IFTTT has many more abilities for you to explore.
IFTTT for Android, free



LastPass
LastPass is a feature-rich password manager and secure private vault that can lock down your passwords and personal information. It has the ability to autofill logins in browsers and apps and can generate new and secure passwords instantly.
You can log in with one password instead of remembering a dozen. Moreover, you can also sync your passwords and data across all of your devices. It is intuitive and fast across numerous platforms.

Headspace
Headspace is a meditation app which takes you through guided lessons to calm your mind and can improve your concentration. You can set goals like focus, creativity, health and more. The app requires a subscription, but you can try the first lesson for free.

Google Map:
The app covers accurate maps of more than 200 countries and territories. With the help of the Google map services, you can navigate an unknown place with ease. It is certainly a deserving candidate when calling out the must have apps for Android. Because, at times, it can literally save your life when you’re stranded in the middle of nowhere.
In case you encounter problems with Maps like slow app speed or interface difficulty, you can check out Android Auto, another Google navigation app that automatically optimizes your whole device to cut out distractions while driving.

Crownit
You go to restaurant, eat, pay our bill and upload the image of that bill to Crownit. You will get reward points and discounts on your bill, it is that simple. You can also try playing the in-built games for more rewards point.


ES File Explorer:
ES File Explorer is one of the popular Android file manager apps with all the necessary features. It comes with a Space Analyzer to help you free up space on your device.
Sharing media with other ES File Explorer users over WiFi is easy. ES File Manager also comes with an App Manager where you can uninstall/backup apps. You can even uninstall system apps with root privileges. It’s “Root Explorer” feature unlocks a lot of functionalities for rooted devices.
However, the app shows a lot of intrusive ads and is aimed at power users. I have recently discovered that Files Go from Google is also a very cool Android app for managing storage.

Google Translate
Simply translate between more than 70 languages. It is a very helpful app if your going abroad.. The other good thing it can do is that you can point it at foreign text and it will translate it directly.

PicsArt
With over 100 million downloads, PicsArt is one of the favorite photo editing apps for Android. You will be overwhelmed by the number of options you have for customizing your photos.
It has a social network for sharing photos within the app. Its features include collage, drawing on photos, frames, stickers, free cropping, clone tool, tilt-shift, perspective changer tool and a lot more. The app is available for free with some in-app purchases and display ads.

Google Inbox
Google Inbox is for the hardcore gmail users out there. It is a different take by google on how you should get your mail. The interface is clean and intuitive, yet easier to organised.

Unified Remote:
Unified Remote is one of the go-to apps for controlling your PC from an Android device. It uses Bluetooth or Wifi to remotely control your PC and comes pre-loaded with support for more than 90 popular programs. It supports Windows, Linux, and Mac, and requires a server program to be installed.
Using Unified Remote, you can remotely wake up your computer from sleep using its “Wake on LAN” feature. All the necessary features of this top app of 2019 like screen mirroring, keyboard and mouse, media player controls, etc. are available within this app. You can even use it to control a Raspberry Pi or Arduino Yun. Its paid versions unlock a multitude of useful features, including custom remotes and functions for Android wear.
In case you own the notorious Peel Remote app, try shifting to Unified Remote for a change:

Feedly
Feedly is one of the best Android apps. It neatly organizes all the information and news for you in a single place. Online magazines, blogs, Youtube channels, and more than 40 million feeds are available within this free RSS reader app.
Many professionals use it to stay ahead of the market as it is helpful in analyzing competitors and trends. Feedly is powered by RSS and offers integrations with Facebook, Twitter, Evernote Pinterest, LinkedIn, etc. so that you to easily share stories with networks and teammates.

Sleep As Android:
Sleep As Android tracks the quality of your shut-eye.Sleep As Android
You don't have to fasten a fitness tracker to your wrist to track your sleeping patterns—use your phone and the Sleep As Android app instead. When you place your phone on your mattress, the app can monitor movement and noise to work out how well you're sleeping and how much shut-eye you bank.The basics come free, but pay the one-time upgrade free, and you can access a ton of useful extras. These include a smart alarm that wakes you up based on your sleep cycles, and an ad-free experience in the app.

OfficeSuite + PDF editor
If you are power user and need to edit docs and PDFs on the go, this is a must have app. That is why it is one of the most downloaded apps of the Google Play store. It is a full featured office and Adobe reader alternative combined in one.WPS is a free Office Suite application with all-in-one features. It is fully compatible with Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and integrates PDF, presentations, spreadsheets, memo, Google docs, etc.
The app also comes with a free PDF converter, reader, editor, along with file-sharing abilities, supports multi-window mode, data encryption, etc. It is intuitive and easy to use, and you can also connect to the Cloud Drive to automatically save your documents to the cloud platform. Overall, it is one of the best Android office apps.



Evernote
It is debatable whether smartphones have made us forgetful or not. However, if you are looking for an app which combines, reminders, to-do lists, voice memos, and can be synced across devices, give Evernote a try. Evernote is a cross-platform note-taking utility for 2019 to take notes in a variety of formats, including text, photos, audio, video, sketches and more. A common name among the most useful apps, it is one tool you need to keep yourself organized in today’s hectic life.

It syncs across all your devices to facilitate workflow. Evernote also has home-screen widgets for quick access to your notes. I’d say that it is one of the essential Android apps for every user.Although Google Keep is also a good Android app, Evernote’s aesthetically pleasing interface and overly amount of functions make it a very unique productivity app.


wikiHow
wikiHow is a simple app which connects you to the vast database of DIY articles made by wiki. So, whether you want to know how to boot into Windows or change your car’s tyre, seek wikiHow.

VLC Player
VLC Player can cope with audio, videos, and images.VLC Player
Android devices can play movies and music right out of the box, but it's still worth supplementing your default apps with VLC Player. Think of it as an all-in-one app you can rely on for any media playback job.


VLC Player can handle just about every file format out there. Besides simple playback, it packs in tons of other features: You can play web streams, apply subtitles, tweak sound settings via the built-in equalizer, watch videos in pop-up windows on top of other apps, stream content from computers on your local Wi-Fi network, and more.




Magnify
Instagram is a very popular photo sharing cum social media app. On the platform you can add a good picture, but tagging it correctly is equally important. Magnify is a app which can not only assist you in choosing the right tags for your insta image, but can also analyse the image and suggest tags accordingly.




Drupe
Drupe is a new take on the dialer. The app combines caller ID, track, block, theme gallery and a built-in recorder in a single app. In addition, the app is good looking and easy to use.




Universal Copy
There are times when you need to copy some text in some app and you can’t. To solve that, you can download universal copy, which lets you copy text from anywhere on your phone.



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