Here it is folks, some of the best apps for your Android. Apps that people can’t or need for their life. If you are looking for some good apps for your Android Device then without a delay here are the apps that should be in your Android Device.
LastPass is a password manager that has always seemed like a step above the others. A recent update has made mobile use entirely free with a premium subscription service charged for syncing from mobile to desktop and back. Since we log into everything on our mobile devices now, having LastPass is a good idea. It can save passwords and keep them save all while auto-filling passwords for sites and apps that you use regularly. There is also a password generator that generates hard-to-hack passwords just for you. It’s worth checking out for sure. It was recently purchased by LogMeIn which has brought its share of ups and downs. However, it remains one of the best Android apps out there.
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Nova Launcher seems to be extend beyond what normal launchers are. It’s been around for years, it’s been consistently updated, and thus it’s never not been a great option for a launcher replacement. It comes with a host of features, including the ability to backup and restore your home screen set ups, icon theming for all of your Android apps, tons of customization elements for the home screen and app drawer, and more. If you go premium, you can tack on gesture controls, unread count badges for apps, and icon swipe actions. There’s not much else to say. It’s just that good.
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Google Drive is a cloud storage solution available on Android where all new users get 15GB for free permanently upon signing up. You can, of course, buy more if needed. What makes Google Drive so special are the suite of Android apps that are attached to it. They include Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Photos, and Google Keep. Between the office apps, the Photos app (which allows unlimited photo and video backup), and Keep for note taking, you have apps for practically anything you need to do in terms of productivity. Some of the features of these apps include live collaboration, deep sharing features, and compatibility with Microsoft Office documents.
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SwiftKey Keyboard is one of the most powerful and customizable third-party keyboards available. It hit the market several years ago with a predictive engine unlike anything any other keyboard had and the app has grown a lot of over the years. It’s a free download and you can purchase themes for it if you want to. Other features include a dedicated number row, SwiftKey Flow which allows for gesture typing, multiple language support, cross-device syncing of your library and much more. It’s about as good as it gets in the keyboard space. It’s true that Microsoft now owns SwiftKey, but so far they have managed not to mess it up.
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ES File Manager has pretty much everything you need to manage your files on your Android phone or tablet, and even adds more by including a media browser, several viewers for different file types, and even management of cloud storage, network files, and network playback. With all this functionality available, it’s a wonder that the software remains free, but it does anyway. Root users get a bonus, too, with the ability to manage system files and set permissions right from within ES File Manager
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Gmail is one of the most solid email apps out there. Even better, the app comes pre-installed on most Android devices so you won’t blow any additional space if you choose to use it. It connects directly to your Google account which makes signing in wicked easy and you can use it along with other Google services. It also supports multiple email addresses (from multiple providers), a unified inbox, and more. It’s clean, draped in Material Design, and it’s also easy to use. In short, it’s pretty fantastic.
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Mobile Security & Antivirus keeps you safe from malware threats with its excellent virus detection software, which can search through your browser history, microSD card, and internal storage space. What’s more, it employs anti-theft features such as location tracking and remote data wipe, which work even if your device is not currently in your possession.
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Google Play Music is a special case. Sure there are music apps out there that let you play local content and there are streaming apps out there that let you stream content. Do you know how many apps combine these two concepts? Not many, and the best by far is Google Play Music. The service lets you upload up to 50,000 of your own (non-DRM) songs to Google’s cloud for streaming wherever you are. That functionality is totally free.
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Camera360 Ultimate made its way onto our best Android camera apps list because it offers so many features, including more than 200 filters, NFC photo sharing and tons of one-touch fixing tools. These adjustment options are both powerful and easy to use, making Camera360 Ultimate a great choice for new and experienced photographers. It’s a comprehensive free app that ensures you get the best out of your Android camera.
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MXPlayer lets you play movies and video clips with ease, while supporting a huge array of file types. It features multi-core and hardware decoding, which has better performance and battery usage than software decoding, while playback features like subtitle scroll and zooming ensure that your viewing experience is perfectly suited to your needs. With continuously updated codecs complete with modern H.265 support and multi-channel audio downmixing, pretty much any video file can be played through MXPlayer. The relatively barebones file manager interface could use a little work, but the playback interface is topnotch, with easy brightness and volume adjustment, swipe-based subtitle scrolling, and quick zoom.
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