Except for a few, all apps have a shelf life. Sooner or later, they tend to get boring. So if you want some new and jazzy ones on your phone, here are top 10 Android apps which you should totally check out.
Over is a simple app that lets you add stylized text and illustrations to your pictures and then post them on Instagram. The app is actually quite well made and the fonts are really up-to-date and look great. The effects look almost professional. The app isn’t free, but for 99 cents, it’s not a bad price.
2) Ask Me Anything
Reddit has finally released an official app of its most popular and mainstream subreddits called Ask Me Anything. Using the app, you can beautifully browse through and participate in AMAs, get notifications, check out what’s the participation like, answer questions, and get notified when popular AMAs are trending.
3) Chrome APK Packager
The process to run Android apps on Chrome browser is pretty lengthy. But the APK Packager will spare you all that hassle. Just install this app on your phone, select an app you want to run on your chrome browser and it will be packaged for you to install in Chrome. That’s it!
Somewhat of an Instagram rip-off, Shots is quickly gaining popularity. Just like Instagram, shots app lets you share pictures and follow friends. It also includes a reply feature wherein you have to reply to a selfie or a private message. The app has already been installed 15,000 times, and has been featured on iOS since 2013.
Automate is simply amazing. This one single app can perform a plethora of tasks. From taking pictures of the person trying to break past your password, creating flowcharts, toggle settings like Wi-Fi or perform actions like sending e-mail, based on your location to reminding you the time of day or any other event, the app does almost everything! Automate even support plug-in apps made for Tasker and Locale.
There are many weather apps but none of them like Cloakroom. This alternate weather app is specifically designed for just one thing—to tell you what to wear when you leave house according to the weather. Yes, it does tell you the current weather conditions, probable changes in weather patterns and other things related to weather.
Tired of unexpected traffic jams? Well, in that case, you should use Commute. This app monitors the road and traffic conditions along your route and alerts you to travel times and incidents so you know what to expect on your way to and from work. It’s a good substitute to Google Now.
Shooting videos in portrait is simply hideous. Not only the majority of the scene in the frame gets cut, but also the video cannot be flipped. 99 per cent of video players are in landscape mode, which is simply terrible. Horizon app, on the other hand, lets you record horizontal videos irrespective of how you hold your device. It’s magic!
Here’s a cool messaging app to play around with. So here is how it works: when you send a “Sup” to someone, they have 5 minutes to respond. If they decide to accept the incoming ‘sup’, their camera will automatically open so you get a live view of whatever they’re doing. It’s quite fun!
If you are of the “know it all” of music, this app will add a lot to your knowledge. WhoSampled answers questions like – “where was this song sampled?” “Who covered my favorite artists?” “What remixes were made for this track?” etc. There is hardly anything that WhoSampled cannot answer.