Google playstore is getting bigger and better, thanks to thousands of new apps being added regularly. But the biggest problem remains the dilemma over which ones to pick. Here are top 10 apps for the month of March.
iAnnotate enables the users to read, mark up and share PDF documents. With the updated version, you can now mark files using the iAnnotate pen, highlighter, typewriter, shapes, pop-up note, underline and strikeout tools. All the edits made are converted to PDF and can be viewed or edited with external PDF readers.
2. Gallery Doctor
There's always a pile of blur photos on our phone that we want to get rid of. Gallery Doctor deletes all such blurry shots, duplicates and poor quality photos in a single click. It automatically identifies such photos and trashes them.
3. HERE for Android
Nokia's HERE maps are now better than ever, thanks to the removal of the Beat version and a bunch of new improvements. New inclusions are - 3-D venue maps for both indoor and outdoor places, rotate and pinpoint, and switch between floors for indoors.
Can't solve a math problem? Get this app right away! This camera math-problem-solver app supports basic arithmetic, fractions, decimal numbers, linear equations and logarithms. Just point the camera on the problem and it will take care of the rest.
OneMinute is an exciting and one of a kind photo app. The app prompts you to take a photo only once a day within one minute. If you don't take the picture upon prompting you will have to wait until next day to get another prompt. When does it prompt you? Well, that's a surprise as well.
ScreenPop lets you send image-based messages right on the recipient's lock screen. The recipient can then see the image without unlocking their phone.
Alt-C lets you copy text and links back and forth between your Android phone and Windows PC. Just install the app on both the devices (without having to make an account) and link your two devices using the code displayed on your device's screen. In order to copy text from your computer to your phone, highlight and press your hot key combo - alt+c by default. The text will then appear on your Android device.
'Connect' if rightly termed, is one of the best apps ever. It actually collects all your friends from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Foursquare, Gmail and LinkedIn and marks them all into one real-time map. You can then know who lives where, and can chat and call them from the app itself.
A social dating app, iCrushiFlush is a great app if you wish to meet new people. The best part is the conceal identity feature and a super fast messenger unlike the one on Tinder.
Citymaps is a social map-creating app that lets you join various map networks and add them in your favorite spots. You can create lists of your favorite places, build personal maps and even invite friends to add their favourite places.