Top 10 Best Android Apps that I think you’ll want to download and try out so let’s do this.
One of the best byproducts that come as a result of each new smartphone release is the collection of new wallpapers that gets released at the same time. If you’re looking to gain access to each of these new wallpapers then Wallp might just be the app to download and check out.
So within the app, we have the most recent iPhone 10S and 10S Max wallpapers available. The application is regularly updated with all of the newest wallpapers from all of the popular smartphone devices and it’s also really easy to navigate. It’s a super extensive wallpaper application that fits nicely into its own niche so definitely want to add to the wallpaper Arsenal.
Stories have become such a staple feature of Instagram that it’s worth considering putting them together with a little more meaning, to make them stand out and Unfold is an app that helps in doing exactly that.
So within the app, you start by naming your new story and from there you’re able to select from a wide range of layouts and designs to start crafting a sequence of Instagram stories and use different layouts to start assembling the different pages that will go into your completed story.
After you’ve completed one page you can then add another and once you are done, Tap the Download Button and you’re able to either save the entire story to your gallery or the individual pages. This app is definitely worth trying out at some point in the future.
Note-taking applications that are unique and that stand out can be hard to come by. So rather than your standard self-contained note-taking app, Idea-Note enables you to take notes with just a swipe,
Doing so opens up a window overlaid on your home screen that contains the series of floating pills which you can then tap on and start composing your notes with. Once you’ve finished with a note you can simply swipe it away which archives at keeping the floating window clean and full of only the notes you want to keep on display.
So this app has the potential to greatly increase the efficiency of your note-taking. There are also a series of tags to help organize your notes but aside from all of that if you’re a note taker then this app is definitely for you.
Inshot, So as the name and app icon might suggest the app really revolves around creating and editing video content so that it’s Instagram ready but despite that, it features a whole slew of functions that makes it great for really any application and purpose.
So you have your basic trim cut and split features to make your video the perfect length but then on top of that, you also have the ability to add filters and effects as well as prop the video to suit wherever you’re posting it on social media.
It’s a genuinely powerful all-in-one video editor so if you’re interested in creating some high-quality video content on your phone then this app is well worth trying out.
Unbalance, So the game pretty much revolves around geometry and balance. All you have to do is try and make a little red circle shape fall and touch the black square shape below to do so you drop a series of weighted balls which is limited depending on the level and doing
so will offset the balance of the largest shape which will then allow gravity to move the red circle. More often than not though you’ll find that you’ve either overshot it or way undershot it,
so it takes real finessing to actually get that shape to hit the right spot. The difficulty is what makes the game addictive though and on top of that, the overall design is really minimalistic. Definitely a game worth trying out.
Nox-Player is an android emulator that lets you run Android apps on your computer device of choice. So once installed on your Mac or PC the app will open up an android emulator window and it’s based on Android KitKat 4.2.2 which I know seems fairly old at this point.
But the idea of an emulator isn’t to run an Android operating system but rather to run applications and games which it does so very well. So it once opens you have your standard navigation buttons on the bottom left and the emulator really does run exactly how you’d expect an Android device to run.
This means I can play any Android games such as Altos Odyssey, Temple Run 2 or run any application like Reddit and pretty much anything else.
7# PURE ICON PACK
So the Pure Icon Pack contains a massive range of icons over 1,800 to be more specific which means you’ll have great coverage for a large majority of your installed applications which is a good indication of a solid icon pack from the get-go,
Each of the icons have that familiar yet visually pleasing circular shape and then within the circles we have an accent of color based on the applications base color and they’re really small app icon within that what this results in is a really clean and modern design and an overall minimal and uniform look which would suit just about any home screen setup perfectly.
8# WEATHER LIVE WALLPAPER
Live wallpapers were all the trends when the pixel 2 and 2 XL devices were released last year but since then their popularity has somewhat died off,
The Weather Live Wallpaper app is a super unique take on live wallpapers. So whilst the name is an epically indication of what the app does, the design surpassed what I was expecting in that we get this really clean and material design looping
animation and the overall look and theme changes depending on the time of day and the weather as well. it’s a really unique take on both the weather and wallpaper applications so definitely want to keep in the back pocket for a rainy day.
9# STELLIO PLAYER
If you’re looking to maximize your audio listening experience on your smartphone device then Stellio player has been designed to achieve just that, all whilst doing so in a super clean package so in its most basic form Stelio is really a glorified music player application.
It plays any audio stored locally on your device at the same time is a really visually impressive app the designer is modern and clean the animations are smooth and pleasing and overall it just feels like a very polished music player application.
It includes sleep timer feature where you can set the app up to close after a certain amount of tracks or minutes perfect for those of us who’d love to fall asleep to music as well as an extensive equalizer to really hone in a specific sound for your audio, definitely worth checking out.
10# YOUR HOUR
Your Hour, So when you install and launch the app that will then start tracking your device screen on time concluding how many times you unlock your phone as well as a play-by-play of what apps you’ve opened and at what time.
You can also then see how long each individual app has been open for since the start of the day as well as how long they’ve been open for throughout the entire week.
From there you can also set time limits and goals for how long you want to use each application for and how many unlocks you want to limit yourself to each day the app will send you reminders each time you surpass yourself inflicted limitations.
Let me know which of the apps in today’s list you’ll be trying out on your own device.