August is here, and so are some amazing new Android apps. Just like every month we bring you the best picks, here are top 10 Android apps you should definitely check out in the month of August.
1) Audible For Android
Too tired to read a book? Well, how about listening to it then! Audio books have always been a treat to be savored. Audible for android is Amazon's very own audio book service that reads through almost any book available on Amazon. It's worth downloading if you travel very frequently and find yourself too tired to go through pages.
2) WiFi File Transfer
This app lets you download and upload files to or from your phone/computer/tablet over a wireless connection, without using any USB cable. Users can also upload or download multiple files at once, use shortcuts to videos, photos and music directories.
3) Buzz Launcher
Bored of your Android home screen looking the same? Then the buzz launcher app can peps things up for you. With customizable themes, dozens of widgets and menus this app can give your gadget an entire face-lift. Moreover the app has an extremely user friendly interface. For example – Swiping up from the bottom launches the app menu, and you can press and hold the screen any time to access settings.
4) StumbleUpon For Android
The best thing about StumbleUpon is that it collates the best stuff from all possible sources on the web and presents it in an organized manner. Just select your interests and it will show you the perfect mix of photos, videos, entertaining articles, quotes, images, memes, travel tips and much more from around the web.
There is hardly any song that you wouldn't find on SoundCloud. Its user-generated music makes it the most special music app available. Not only the international and national hits, SoundCloud has DJ mixes, remixes, cover versions, live recordings and recitals, snippets, sounds and even spoken words. It simply takes you beyond the likes of Spotify!
6) Vlc For Android Beta
VLC is known for its amazing capability to play any existing video and audio format in the world. And now, the same VLC can be downloaded on your Android phone. Plus, it is ad-free and works lag free.
Ever since its launch, DropBox has been a favorite cloud storage app. Sync photos, music and work documents on the go. Moreover, it syncs automatically whenever you log-in from a device connected to your DropBox account.
Vines are micro-movies that loop after every 4-6 seconds. Already a trend in the west, Vines are quickly catching up in India as well. So to get your fix of LOLs, Vine for Android is a must. Note - The quality of the Vine may vary according to the location of the shoot, but the way the app delivers them is beautifully quick and simple.
Flipboard converts your news feeds into a forever updating magazine. It sucks in content/updates from Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Instagram and puts them together in a beautiful grid-based design. Plus, you can even tell the app what all would you like to read from your feeds and the app will show only that content. To top off things –Samsung also used it to power its Magazine app
10) Bamboo Paper
This amazing app lets you do almost anything from taking quick notes to sketching diagrams all using your fingers, or a stylus (if your phone has one). Jot down notes, or sketch anything in a hurry, Bamboo paper has got your back!
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