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What is ID4me? ID4me is an internet service that enables its users to log in to many different internet services with one account. This is also known as "single sign on". Unlike existing global single sign on solutions like the ones from Google or Facebook, ID4me does not track and analyze the internet surfing habits of its users. ID4me will make sure that the surfing habits stay secret. Also, ID4me does not belong to an enterprise. It is an open standard that is maintained by a nonprofit organization.
Anyone who wants to can participate. This way the users can chose freely between different ID4me providers and can also change the provider anytime. Further information can be found here: The last section of the technical overview explains how to set up an ID4me account: or With millions of apps in the Play Store, searching for the best Android apps is daunting.
Whether you need a great weather app or a new tool to speed up your productivity, there are always dozens available. Here at AndroidPIT, we’ve spent hours curating the top Android apps for every purpose, and compiled only the best of them into one list. Here are the best Android apps of 2018. • • Never heard of it. Jump to section: • • • • • • • • • • • • Editor's Choice: our favorites of 2018 Over the year, some titles have been dropped from this list as they are overshadowed by new contenders, fall behind in updates or features.
Newer, better apps have taken their place. Still some apps hang on to the top spot tenaciously. To give a little more space to new blood, we asked around our editorial staff to see which new apps changed their lives in 2018, and here's what stood out: Google Trips Recommended by The Trips app has been around for a while but in 2018, Google rolled out a huge update that dramatically improved this app for me.
It pulls information from Maps, Flights, Hotels and Gmail - there are times when the all-seeing, all-knowing Google data gathering machine is useful - to give your tailored holidays plans. The app will even save old trips for taking a trip down memory lane! / © AndroidPIT What I love about the app is how well collated all of the information is. You really can manage your whole trip from one place, including getting an overview of your reservations and providing lists of things to do as well as information about getting around your destination.
You can also download your desinations so that you can access all features offline. Period Tracker Flo, Pregnancy & Ovulation Calendar Recommended by This period tracking app is really easy to use. Simple and clear. It only offers the essential information and it is not bothering you with messages. You register your period and if you want -and for a better analysis of your symptoms- share with the app information about how you feel (mood, sexual activity, exercise, sleep...) It offers you related articles about some useful topics you should learn more about in order to improve living with your period and clarifies some menstruation myths.
Flo helps both with periods, fertility and general wellness. / © AndroidPIT (screenshot) When you open the app it says in which phase you are in (ovulation and so on) and also offers you info about how likely you are to get pregnant. So aside from your period, it is also a good app if you are trying for a baby, informing you about your most fertile days Speak freely with these messenger apps for Android Smartphones are used for messaging even more than for calls, so there are a lot of messaging apps to meet this demand.
Here are two of our favorites. WhatsApp WhatsApp, the ubiquitous chat app, has been installed on over one billion smartphones. And it's always improving user experience, adding new features and becoming more secure. What makes it number one? Everyone uses it, simple as that. If you already use WhatsApp, then you should check out our favorite .
Telegram No messaging app comes close to the number of users WhatsApp has, but there are out there. Telegram is one of them. The free app has end-to-end encryption, does group chats and is a pioneer of chatbots. Unlike some other messengers, you can use it on multiple devices.
Read our full . • Telegram: a powerful communication tool. / © AndroidPIT Transform your typing with new keyboard apps Typing on mobile can be frustrating or awkward for many of us, and that's a shame because most users don't think about installing a different keyboard from the default. A new keyboard can really change your life when it comes to how comfortable you are using your phone. Fleksy This keyboard is one of the best for fast, accurate typing.
Once you use it for a couple of hours, you realize how useful some of the smaller details are. Be sure check out some of the extensions like invisible keyboard too — it works surprisingly well. Download it from the Play Store for free now. Fleksy is primed for use with two thumbs on bigger phones, if that's your thing. / © AndroidPIT SwiftKey Whoever is looking for a very special virtual keyboard for Android will find one here. SwiftKey works wonderfully with tablets, and if you simply want a good Android keyboard, it offers intuitive operation, very good spell check and word recognition.
Options include popular services such as Weather Underground, AccuWeather and Dark Sky. You can also set alerts to let you know when it is going to rain or if you'd just like a daily update in the morning. Today Weather can pull data for multiple cities and has a lot of detail. / © AndroidPIT Weather Underground Weather Underground is an app specialized in tracking hyper-local weather and temperatures in your area. It uses its own network of around 180,000 private weather stations to achieve this.
Predictions have a good record of accuracy and warn you of rain in the surrounding area. • Weather Underground even has advice for your hobbies and activities.
/ © AndroidPIT Weather Underground is free of charge, but displays ads. This can be deactivated for one year through a $1.99 in-app purchase. Shoot and edit like a pro with these photo apps for Android PhotoDirector PhotoDirector is the whole package. It has everything you could possibly need to edit your photos. The tools range from simple text bubbles and filters, to more complex things such as HSL and curves, and they're all heavily adjustable, helping you get the best out of your photos.
PhotoDirector's array of features is impressive, to say the least. / © AndroidPIT Snapseed Snapseed is Google's own photo editing app and basically comes with everything, for free. It offers all sorts of filters and optimization tools. Whether trimming, applying filters or correcting colors, Snapseed offers a powerful picture editor for your needs.
• Snapseed saves your pictures in a separate folder, that way you don't need to modify the original image. Apps like Dropbox or Google Photos can also be synchronized with Snapseed. Snapseed screenshots. / © AndroidPIT Find and play your jam with these great apps for music Downloading free music Google Play Music is our favorite app for downloading free music right now.
It provides a totally legit, ever-changing list of free tracks from major artists to download. Spotify has an excellent paid subscription service, and SoundCloud has a multitude of tracks readily available to stream, but for actually downloading tracks to your phone, Google Play Music is as good as you can get.
• Best music player While the default music apps on your Android device probably do a fine job, if you want to crank up the bass or other aspects of your music, you'll need something more. We recommend Poweramp. It’s a great way to enjoy your favorite music, with a ton of options and support for almost any type of file.
You can’t go wrong with Poweramp. • With themes galore, Poweramp can be whatever you want it to be. Just grab a new skin ASAP. / © AndroidPIT Chill with our favorite apps for movies and TV Netflix You cannot compile a list of the best apps for movies and TV without mentioning Netflix. The service is a social and cultural phenomenon, and the Netflix app is really rather decent. The selection is enormous, and the streaming quality is excellent.
The biggest advantage of this over its rivals though is the ever-increasing selection of exclusive content and Netflix Originals movies and TV shows. You'll need a paid account to watch though, of course. Hulu Hulu is an excellent app for watching movies and TV shows for free on Android.
It's a free service that relies on ads, but there are some great shows available. You need to pay a subscription fee to access all of the content, but there is a range of excellent shows available without subscription, including classic comedies such as Family Guy, Seinfeld and South Park. Crackle Crackle is a hugely popular free app, which is updated monthly with new TV shows and movies.
Created by Grouper but later bought by Sony, the app features ads which run at regular intervals throughout the content, the trade-off for which is that you get an excellent selection of media and a well-maintained app. Crackle, like Netflix or Amazon, has picked up some original content that's getting more popular. • Make your phone a fortress with security and antivirus apps Sophos Free Antivirus and Security Sophos consistently ranks high on watchdogs .
In addition to perfect protection, it offers a varied feature set. The highlight: the app is totally free, even from ads (Sophos makes its money from business customers). Malware protection is based on an online database that also checks the reputation of individual apps and recommends alternatives. • • Sophos offers a range of features but doesn't overload your device.
/ © AndroidPIT The app also includes theft protection. It allows you to remotely control your smartphone by SMS from other phone numbers you specify. Child protection filters, call blockers and device encryption complete the package. Of all the antivirus apps out there, Sophos stands out as the best deal for most users. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Malwarebytes is a free app that does one job really well - protecting your phone from malware - and it does so with a bloat-free, minimalist interface and well-chosen options.
As well as offering malware detection, there's also a handy privacy audit feature that scans all the apps on your phone and breaks them down into different categories. This allows you to get a simple and quick overview of all the apps on your phone. Malwarebytes focuses on doing one job well. / © AndroidPIT Personalize your Android Action Launcher Launchers offer a simple way to customize the look and feel of your Android phone. They often combine new icons, a new app drawer layout, a new homescreen and new wallpaper to make your device fit a certain style or theme.
• You have to try them out to appreciate how fun they can be and the one we recommend right now is Action Launcher. This is a free and excellent introduction to launchers because it provides clear and intuitive interface changes without adding so many that it becomes off-putting. The latest edition brings many of the best features of the Google Pixel launcher and Android Pie to any compatible (Android 5+) smartphone. Nova Launcher Nova is a great alternative launcher thatlets you customize the entire look and feel of your operating system, from changes to font size, to the number of apps that can appear on the lock screen, to the way in which your app drawer scrolls.
• If you wish you could make a few simple changes to your current interface, then give the free version of Nova a try. Nova even lets you adopt the look of any other phone - Galaxy, Xperia, HTC, LG, even iOS if that's your thing.
Let your phone help you find that special someone Online dating has come a long way from the easy punchline it used to be, and nowadays it's pretty common to meet that special someone on a dating app. However long your connection might last, you need a good app to get started in the dating game. Here our favorites. Tinder for sheer number of potential matches For those who wish to jump straight into the larger dating pool, Tinder is a massive app with tons of potential matches available.
It's claimed that 26 million matches happen through Tinder every day. • Tinder is mostly free but if you want to get some premium features you will need to pay. But it is entirely possible to use Tinder without these and have a great dating experience for free. Tinder shows you local singles using a large database. / © AndroidPIT Bumble: from female friendly dating to all-round networking Bumble burst onto the scene with an interesting take on the dating app format.
Women make the first move. The app has since expanded to become a hub for professional networking and platonic friendship, so if you want to meet new people in all aspects of your life, it's a nice one-stop shop. But the main use is still its dating format. For women who are frustrated with tons of messages by men who barely look at their profiles, or men who get stuck on trying to craft that perfect opening line, this can be a great way to make dating less stressful (of course, for women seeking women, it's basically online dating as usual, and men seeking men are still best served with Grindr).
• Get (and stay) fit with health and fitness apps Of course, you might want tone up a little for all that dating you're going to do with the above apps. Or maybe you just need a little help with motivation or organisation when it comes to keeping in shape. Fitness apps are great because you can keep your device close to you while you're on the move. Let's take a look at the best. RunKeeper for a comprehensive experience RunKeeper has a good reputation, not just for the number of features in its own app but also the number of third-party services it plugs into (it works with both Google Fit and Apple Health).
If you're a keen runner, there aren't many better options than this one. You can plot your runs on a map via GPS tracking, monitor distance covered and calories burned, set personal goals, integrate your indoor activities and more.
Despite the name, this app can handle bike rides and gym workouts as well as running, so it's a comprehensive monitoring app. Don't underestimate the power of community.
There are social aspects to the app as well. You can share achievements with your friends, join and create running groups and use the chat feature to keep each other motivated.
The app is free, but also has ads and optional in-app purchases. RunKeeper offers maps and statistics. / © AndroidPIT Google Fit for simplicity Google's own health and fitness app is tightly integrated with Android and Android Wear and full of features.
Weight, heart rate, steps and activity time can all be logged automatically and you can set simple daily goals as well and get an alert when you've reached them. • In addition to real-time stats, Google Fit will also give you personalized recommendations and coaching to help you reach your goals.
Google Fit: Android's default fitness app. / © AndroidPIT Never forget with the most useful note-taking apps Taking notes with your smartphone is one of the most simple functions, but it is also one of the most useful. Whether you need to make a quick shopping list, have just been told about a movie you don't want to forget the names, or if you've seen a product that you want to look up later, a good note-taker is an essential app for every Android user.
Evernote for ultimate cross-platform note-taking Evernote is a legendary note-taking app. It’s easy to use and comes with some really cool features including voice commands. You can also take a note and view it on your lock screen or smartwatch. Evernotes are also available across multiple devices, including on desktop. You can also find notes based on your location if you are near to where you took the note in the first place.
There is a Plus version available for $2.99 a month and a Premium version for $5.99, but the free version is great as well. • Google Keep for simplicity that works Keep is Google’s pre-installed app-taking app, and it’s one of our favorites. You can take notes in a variety of ways, by either typing on your keyboard, writing with your finger, taking a quick photo or by recording a voice message.
All of your notes are synced with your Gmail account so you can access them across several Google services. The search function is especially cool, as it can find words that you have written freehand as well as typed.
Google Keep is not as feature-rich as Evernote, but it is simple to use and works well. / © AndroidPIT Enhance your life with even more great apps This has been our pick of the cream of the crop when it comes to the best Android apps of 2018, but if you didn't quite find what you're looking for, or if you're still hungry for more, check out one the links below: The latest and greatest Updated every month with new recommendations, these are the apps and games that have impressed us lately.
Get ahead of the curve! • • Alternatives to the mainstream You don't wanna be a sheep, maaaan. Check out these alternatives to the normie tech giants. • • • • Let's play! The clue's in the name: Google's Play Store is full of games, but only some of them are really great.
We've heroically played through a huge amount of mobile games so we can recommend only the finest: • • • • • • What are your favorite Android apps?
Any that you think are better than our selection here? Let us know in the comments! I am a simple man. I see McAfee on a "best apps" list and I cringe. Avast is good, probably the best aside from Kaspersky; good for those who believe politicians enough to distrust Kaspersky.
I'd also highly recommend Malwarebytes to everyone, as a secondary protection. There are other underwhelming picks that I'd love to argue, but seriously, McAfee? "Best Apps"? Eww. Kustom Live Wallpaper, or KLWP might be the single most amazing app for customizing your phone ever created. There is a learning curve but if you like to theme your phone there is no question this is the way to go.
It's like uccw and Zooper combined, on steroids with next to no battery drain. It has absolutely endless possibilities, it's updated constantly and has an amazing community on G+ as well as tons of videos on YouTube showing how to use it. You can also download professional and amazing looking themes from the Play Store to load onto it if you don't want to make your own.
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Proper planning makes all the difference between a rushed, stressful trip and a restful, worry-free vacation, whether you're traveling during the height of the year-end holiday season or just making a quick weekend getaway. Luckily, mobile apps are here to help. From trip planners and itinerary generators to online marketplaces for flights and hotels, there's no shortage of apps designed to help the tech-savvy traveler. Here are a selection of apps that can help make sure your next trip goes off without a hitch.
( Image Credit: Porpor Ling/Shutterstock) Google Trips (, ) turns your smartphone into an all-in-one travel assistant, consolidating travel itineraries and reservations from your emails into automatically sorted trips. Google automatically collates your flight details, hotel and car reservations, tour itineraries and other information available in your emails, while also providing recommendations, suggested day plans, and related local sights and attractions based on your tastes, interests and local travel tips.
Users can save their trip details locally to their smartphone, allowing for offline use away from local Wi-Fi or pricey roaming rates.
Hipmunk (, ) presents a fast, all-in-one travel planning and booking solution, with a powerful flight and hotel search engine. In addition to the usual flight search criteria such as price, Hipmunk also includes an agony index for flight duration, number of stops and other factors. Users can also take advantage of last minute hotel deals, view reviews from TripAdvisor and other sources, and check out heat maps that show hotel proximity to shopping, dining and entertainment venues.
If you're traveling light and looking to save a few bucks, check out Skiplagged (, ), a neat app that can keep your travel costs down by taking advantage of "hidden city flights", where flyers get off at a layover, instead of at the final destination. Users enter their origin and target destination, and Skiplagged will show you the cost of a direct flight, as well as any cheaper "hidden city" flights that have your intended destination as a layover. The caveat? Stick to carry-on luggage, as any checked-in bags will go all the way to the flight's final destination.
Skiplagged also allows you to book hotels, including last-minute deals and special offers. Not every flight makes it on time, and missed connections and flight cancellations can deep-six even the most well-planned trips. AirHelp (, ) is at hand to help you file compensation claims for delayed or canceled flights. Simply fill in your details and scan your boarding pass or flight details through the app to make the claim. If it's valid, AirHelp will help you process it, handling the necessary paper work and legal action if required.
If the claim is successful, then you get the money deposited straight into your account, minus fees. Getting a ride in a new city used to be a challenge, but apps like Uber (, ) have been a disruptive, on-demand transit revolution. Operating in dozens of countries and more than 600 cities, Uber makes hailing a ride simplicity itself, so long as you can get a mobile or Wi-Fi connection. Set up an account, link a credit card, and then simply type in your destination to request your ride; Uber will do the hard work of connecting you to a vetted driver, complete with an upfront pricing.
While , Uber remains a valuable resource for casual and business travelers in cities worldwide. Nothing takes the fun out of a vacation like getting stuck in traffic. But loading Waze (, ) on your phone before you hit the road can spare you some frustration. The navigation app feeds your smartphone real-time traffic information, based on reports from other Waze users. That data includes accidents, speed traps and other hazards that might keep you from getting to your destination in a timely fashion.
Other features sure to impress travelers include automatic rerouting, cheap gas alerts and the ability to send your ETA to anyone waiting at your final stop. Another app bringing big data and predictive algorithms to the world of air travel is Hopper (, ), whose key selling point is the use of a massive database of airline prices and historical trends to predict when prices to a destination are likely to be lowest, when they're likely to change, and the best time to buy a ticket for a particular date and destination.
Users can watch flights on specific dates or destinations, and the app will advise you whether it's worth it to buy now or to wait, tell you the dates when it's likely cheapest to fly, estimate changes in price, and notify you of price drops or rises. Users can save their payment details within the app for quick booking.
The number of apps in Google Play Store has grown to around 3.3 million by March 2018. 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 free and best Android apps.
These are also some of the essential Android apps that you should have on your device in 2018. Note: We have made this list considering user ratings, app features, and popularity.
You are free to choose any other alternative app that suits your need. 25 Best Android Apps You Should Use In 2018 1. Launcher App: Nova Launcher is one of the that has been on Play Store for many years. The launcher is smooth and lightweight with tons of customizations. Numerous icon packs are available in the Play Store to change its looks. Nova Launcher supports customization of app-drawer, has a scrollable dock, notification badges, folder and icon customization, and packs around a dozen gestures for ease of use.
It is free to download, but its prime version unlocks a lot of other features including some locked gestures. 2. Assistant App: Google Assistant is an artificial personal assistant developed by Google that allows users to navigate, communicate, and get a lot of things done. You can use the Google assistant on your Android or iOS devices to trigger apps, ask any questions, play games, make plans, etc. including these . It is available for all kind of Android smartphones that run Android marshmallow, Nougat, or Oreo and even on smartwatches.
3. Keyboard App: SwiftKey keyboard is trusted by over 250 million users worldwide. It uses artificial intelligence that enables it to learn and can 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. We have featured it among the . 4. Video Calling App: Google Duo is one of the with a simple interface. It’s quite easy to log in and verify your number, and you can make fast video calls just like making a standard phone call.
Its unique “Knock Knock” feature lets you have a live preview of the caller before you receive the call. It is available for both Android and iOS users. 5. Note Taking App: Evernote is a cross-platform utility to take notes in a variety of formats, including text, photos, audio, video, sketches and more. 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.
It is one of the essential Android apps for every user. 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 . is also one of bests in the line of . As a result, it stands in our best android app list.
The lightweight PDF app allows you to view, annotate and protect PDF files on Android device. And you can directly share your edited documents to social networks like Facebook, Twitter etc. With Connected PDF, you can share your PDF file with a file link, share comments and discussions on PDF documents and even track who read or edit your PDF file. 7. Best news app for android Google News app is known for delivering most relevant news in the news feed by using A.I techniques.
No wonder, it is one of the that one should use in 2018. Google News app offers a “for you” tab which shows personalized news and tapping on “full coverage” showcase same news story reported by different publishers, highlighting all the perspectives. 8. File Manager App: 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. For users who are not rooted and do not require advanced features, our list of will surely be helpful.
9. Cloud Storage App: Google Drive is a massive cloud storage service that gives you free space to store and access your files in the cloud platform. You can browse through all the files and folders you saved in your Drive and share, move, download, rename or print any files from the application. It also encompasses Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, where you can edit documents, spreadsheets, forms, presentations, etc.
and save them in the Drive. Users can have access to 15 GB of free space across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos. This essential Android app helps you to keep your valuable files backed up on the cloud for free.
10. Instant Messaging App: WhatsApp is a free, instant messaging application where users can communicate with one another using the phone’s internet service. 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 among and is also accessible from a desktop environment. 11. Browser App: Google Chrome is a cross-platform browser application. It has free and necessary features like unlimited tabs, HTML5 support, desktop syncing, quick links to favorite sites, built-in Google search and Google translate, etc.
The app is convenient, fast and provides secure browsing experience with a lot of customizable options. Google Chrome is one of the available. 12. File Sharing App: 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. 13. Video Player App: This 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. 14. Google Maps is a web mapping service for real-time GPS navigation, traffic, transit, and details about millions of people. It offers street maps, satellite imagery, real-time traffic info, short-cut route planning, etc.
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 one of the essential Android apps. In case you encounter problems with Maps like slow app speed or interface difficulty, you can check out , another Google navigation app which automatically optimizes your whole device to cut out on distractions while driving.
15. Photo Editor App: With over 100million downloads, PicsArt is one of the favorite . 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. 16. Remote Control App: Unified Remote is one of the go-to apps for .
It uses Bluetooth or Wifi to remotely control your PC and comes preloaded 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 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 , try shifting to Unified Remote for a change 17. RSS Reader App: 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. 18. Password Manager App: LastPass is a feature-rich 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. 19. Music Discovery App: Shazam is a that can instantly identify music that’s playing in your surrounding and is used by a lot of music lovers.
All you need is to hold your Android device close to the source of the song, and after a few seconds, the app will accurately detect the song.
Besides, you can also play songs and add them to Spotify playlists, buy songs in Google Play Music with one tap, connect your Facebook account, etc. If you are a musicophile, this Android app is a must-have for you. 20. Task Automation App: Automate allows you to automate various tasks using simple flowcharts. You can automate system Settings to perform tasks like changing volume, Bluetooth, GPS, etc. It even allows you to trigger tasks based on location, time of the day, battery level and many other events.
With this awesome app, you can automate almost anything on your Android device. It even supports plug-in for the popular automation app Tasker. It is definitely one of the best apps for Android. 21. Scanner App: Tiny Scanner is a scanner application that can scan every type of document and save them as image files or as PDFs. You can name and organize the scanned files and share them by email, store in DropBox, Google Drive, etc. It comes with many scanner features such as color, grayscale and black&white scans, page edge removal, adjusting page sizes, sorting scans by date and time, etc.
The app is optimized to run fast, and you can also protect your documents with a passcode. 22. Navigation Gesture Apps: Did you know? If you don’t have , you can still get iPhone X-like gesture navigation with the help of Navigation Gestures. One of the that hide your stock navigation bar entirely.
The gesture app primarily adds iPhone X navigation pill at the bottom and lets you place different gestures on your phone. You can even change the appearance of the navigation button. Since Android 9.0 supports only presently, this top Android app certainly should be in your device.
23. Alarm Clock App: If you have a habit of skipping your morning alarm, this is a must-have Android app 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. 24. Habit Tracking Apps: A habit tracker app combined with a top Alarm app might be the perfect combination to start with the long-pending goal.
Habit Tracker is an all-in-one where you set customized goals like today will be a successful day when I eat apples, (at least/exactly/not more than) two times a day. Apart from that, the app features detailed reports in the form of graphs and even presents motivation quotes to refuel when you are feeling blue.
You can also participate in the in-app forums to interact with people having similar goals. Believe it or not, this is the best Google app that you should add in your fitness regime. 25. Wallpaper App: Walli is not just a wallpaper app, it’s a whole creative space for artist and designer from all over the world. The wallpapers are curated every day by the Walli team. Moreover, few chosen artist also get a small of earnings of the app.
As one expects from a wallpaper app, the app is easy to use, with all the wallpapers appropriately structured in each category. Additionally, signing up on the application also syncs all the wallpapers over different devices. Of course, there are millions of wallpapers but this one is definitely the best Android app for wallpapers. Did you find this list of 25 free and best Android apps to be helpful? Share your reviews in the comments. Also read:
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