A new month calls for some new apps on your device. Yet again, we dived into the playstore and handpicked the 10 best Android apps you should definitely check out this month.
Want to share large video/audio files via your Android device? Well then, Infinit is the app for you. And the best part is that this app doesn’t compromise file quality by compressing it. Also, you can receive files via Infinit desktop app.
RunKeeper has now been overhauled, and the result is pretty smooth. It’s easier on the eyes and, of course, to use as well. The interface is clutter-free and displays your relevant info front-and-centre. It’s simply more workable now.
3. Google Authenticator
Google Authenticator is an account-guarding app to protect almost all your online accounts. The two-step authentication, whenever you need to log into a service like Dropbox, LastPass, or PayPal, lets you enter a time-sensitive code by GA to login.
A lot of interesting stuff gets lost when we don’t have time to read it on the go. Pocket app provides a complete solution to this. Using the app you can save articles, videos and view them across any of your devices. It’s probably the best bookmarking app right now.
Some things are best read/watched on a PC rather than on a mobile phone. Pushbullet lets you push almost everything you come across on your phone- photos, screenshots, web links, and even notifications via a browser plugin. Also, you can even reply to text messages without needing to use your phone.
Don’t want to pay to learn a new language? Well, download Duolingo then! The app uses gamification techniques to help you learn new languages. Spanish, German, French, Italian and five other European languages are supported by the app. As you move ahead, the learning gets fun and tougher. Stick to it for a while and you will be surprised!
7. Clean Master
Clean Master is an Android cleanup app that lets you wipe clean junk, unwanted cache and residual files, thus, freeing up space on the device. It also has a feature that makes your device run better, stay cooler, and boost the available RAM.
Lost your phone? Well, if you have Prey on your phone, then it’s not really lost. Prey is a tracking app that uses the device’s GPS to provide a precise location. It can also deactivate the phone via a text message, and notify you if the SIM card has been replaced. There’s a camouflage mode as well which protects the phone against hackers. Additional features include remote alarm set-offs.
9. Anatomy 4D
A really out-of-the-box app, Anatomy 4D is an augmented reality app that gives you an amazing 4D tour of your body. You can zoom in, get info on certain body parts and discover and get to know as much as possible.
10. Fit Brain Trainer
A brain training app, Fit brain trainer packs in over 360 games and training sessions designed to sharpen memory, concentration and other mental faculties.