17 Very Useful Android Apps

There are around 2.8 million android apps in the Google Play Store. So, how do we figure out which apps we should install and which ones we should not? Normally, majority of people have some basic apps, which are more common to everyone, and then some people have apps according to their requirements. Everyone knows about their interests and choices but still we miss some apps due to lack of knowledge or the laziness to look for them. I will list some interesting android apps in this articles which may be very useful.

  1. Quora

Quora provides you the platform where you can find answers to questions on almost all the topics and you can bring the writer out of you and also write answers to the questions asked. You can choose which type of topics you want to follow and accordingly receive the content. A great app to good readers and good writers.

  1. Credit Karma

Credit Karma lets you know your credit scores and reports for free of cost. Credit score is determined on the basis of your financial behavior. This app lets you check it for free.

  1. Feedly

Read news, follow blogs, follow youtube channels, manage keyword alerts and subscribe all types of feeds you want, everything just in one app.

  1. WhatsApp

WhatsApp has replaced the chargeable short messaging service (SMS), with almost free text and media messages and added audio & video calling features. There are many other apps which serve the same purpose but WhatsApp is most efficient and best among them.

  1. Sky View

Do you see the starts? Aren’t they beautiful to watch? Want to know their names and exact locations in the sky in the real time? Try Sky View. It uses your GPS and Mobile Camera to tell you the location and details of all the celestial objects you see in the sky.

  1. True Caller

Getting so many calls every day? Well, not all of them are important and sometimes you are confused whether to take a call or not? And sometimes many unimportant calls disturb you while doing something important. Try true caller. It tells you the name and details about the caller and you can also block the calls from unwanted numbers?

  1. Settle Up

Settle Up is a simple and very efficient expenses management app. It is very useful when transactions are done by a group. You are on a trip with your friends, where everyone is making payments for different items, you can use Settle Up. Just enter all your transactions and it will tell you who owes home much to whom and total expenditure per person as well.

  1. Shareit

Tired of transferring data from mobile to mobile or mobile to computers, using the lazy Bluetooth? Try Shareit. It uses your phone’s/computer’s wifi connection and transfers the data with blazing speeds in seconds.

  1. TubeMate

TubeMate is not listed as an official app at Google Play Store but it is useful if you are a video freak and download a lot of videos. It lets you download videos from YouTube and other same category websites.

  1. SoundCloud

Soundcloud is an ocean of music. You can freely listen to music from various artists around the world. You can also upload your music creation. A must have app in your mobile.

  1. Wiki Surfer for WikiVoyage.Com

Are you a frequent traveler? Then this is the app you need the most. It lets you browse through the detailed information of all the destinations throughout the world. you can get all required information and plan your trip.

  1. Skiplagged

Skiplagged is an flight booking app. It searches the lowest prices available for flights. It brings you the lowest flight prices which are not available anywhere else. Its algorithm to find lowest fares is like that, that United Airlines sued skiplagged for it.

  1. Facebook

Facebook doesn’t need much introduction. A great way to connect with friends. Facebook currently has around 1.94 billion active users.

  1. Prisma

Prisma is a photo editing application. Prisma converts your photos and videos into works of art using the styles of famous artists. So bring the photographer out of you and enjoy.

  1. Twitter

Twitter is a social network where users connect and interact with each other by using messages restricted to 140 characters, also called as ‘tweets’. Majority of the celebrities from all fields are on twitter and have a huge number of followers as well.

  1. Amazon Kindle

Amazon Kindle is a book / magazine / newspaper reading app, which makes your reading experience amazing.

  1. ES File Explorer

ES File Manager is a free application to manage your files efficiently and easily. ES File Manager has over 500 million users worldwide.

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