10 Android Apps You Should Have


Here is the collection of apps which you should have if you are an Android user. These apps will keep you organised and they are the best in their genres. Look through the list and let us know which you will find really helpful. For us Chrome Remote Desktop did wonders and it’s brilliant.

10. Google Keep


The best note-taking app? Definitely, yes. It allows user to create notes with images, texts and checklists. The app also allows you to take audio notes. User can add location and time to the reminders. All the notes are backed up online and are listed in reverse chronological order.

Google Keep is a note taking application developed by Google. Announced on March 20, 2013, Google Keep is available as a mobile app for the Android operating system and as a web application.

9. Pocket


When you find an article that you would want to read later, make use of Pocket to save it. You can read the article later on Pocket without any ads and it works even when you don’t have access to Internet.

Pocket, previously known as Read It Later, is an application and service for managing a reading list of articles from the Internet. It is available for OS X, Windows, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Kobo eReaders, and web browsers. The application was originally intended only for desktop computers.

8. Yelp


This is the leading app if you are looking for a place nearby to dine in. The business page loads up with recommendation from users along with tips and essential details.

Yelp is a multinational corporation headquartered in San Francisco, California. It develops, hosts and markets Yelp.com and the Yelp mobile app, which publish crowd-sourced reviews about local businesses. Yelp also trains small businesses to respond to reviews responsibly; hosts social events for reviewers; and provides basic data about businesses, such as hours of operation.

7. Chrome Remote Desktop


If you are a Chrome user, this app is perfect for you. You have to simply set up the pin after the installation. With this, you can control your desktop from any Android OS. This approach can be used for checking the download status or to access that attachment you forgot to send.

Chrome Remote Desktop is a remote desktop software tool developed by Google that allows a user to remotely control another computer using a Chromoting protocol developed by Google. It transmits the keyboard and mouse events from one computer to another, relaying the graphical screen updates back in the other direction, over a network.

6. Songza


Songza is a music streaming app that plays music based on the user’s mood. The user simply has to select the mood and that’s it!

Stating that its playlists are made by music experts, the service recommends various playlists based on time of day and mood or activity. Songza offers playlists for activities such as waking up, working out, commuting, concentrating, unwinding, entertaining, and sleeping. Users can vote songs up or down, and the service will adapt to the user’s personal music preferences. Users can find playlists not just based on artists, songs, or genres, but also based on themes, interests, and eras, such as “90s One-Hit Wonders”, or “Music of Fashion Week”.

5. Waze


Waze is the map application to use if you are in a crowded city or going on a road trip. The app takes help from its own community to provide information about traffic jam, speed trap and closures.

Waze is a GPS-based geographical navigation application program for smartphones with GPS support and display screens which provides turn-by-turn information and user-submitted travel times and route details, downloading location-dependent information over the mobile telephone network. It was developed by the Israeli start-up Waze Mobile, which was acquired by Google in 2013.

4. Equalizer


Feel like tinkering with music and listen to a particular song with high bass? Install Equalizer and you will have control over 5 frequency bands along with a bass booster and an amplifier.

3. AirDroid


You can use AirDroid to create a wireless connection between your phone and PC. It lets you transfer photos, music, video and ringtones. You can also reply to text messages from your computer.

2. Feedly


Feedly will allow you to read news in a simplistic manner thus making it cluster free. The app has a myriad of sharing options. You can follow the sites you want to and check them out easily.

Feedly is a news aggregator application for various web browsers and mobile devices running iOS and Android, also available as a cloud-based service. It compiles news feeds from a variety of online sources for the user to customize and share with others. Feedly was first released by DevHD in 2008.

1. CamScanner


This app uses your phone’s camera to scan images and automatically adjusts the angles and lighting to give the look as if the document was actually scanned.

Honorable Mention:  Wunderlist


Wunderlist takes care of your to-do list and comes with some really powerful options. The user can set a due date, reminders, attach notes and even create subtasks. The best part is that you can share and assign tasks to other users as well.

Wunderlist is an app for cloud-based task- project-management. It allows users to manage their tasks from a smartphone, tablet and computer. Wunderlist was created in 2011 by startup 6Wunderkinder, based inBerlin, Germany.

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