There are so many free android apps out there that it’s hard to find the best one. We have compiled a list of Top 10 Must Have Free Android Apps that you’ll definitely want to know about if you don’t have them already!
This app basically allows you to clone apps on your phone and then run separate instances of them.
What this means is if you have an app that for example only allows you to log into one account once you can clone that app and have separate instances of it one logged into one account and a second with another account then you can just watch each one individually.
It’s not perfect though sometimes the clone app just won’t work so either crash or not let you log in or some other issue but those problems typically get fixed after update.
SnapSeed is probably one of the best if not the best photo editing app. Its actually made by google themselves.
It has all the basic photo adjustments like brightness, contrast, saturation, white balance, sharpness and everything else you’d expect.
Also, it has some really cool advanced tools as well for example it has curves adjustment so you can finally tuned the brightness and contrast of the image and possibly the coolest tool is the perspective tool.
Authy is an excellent app for two-factor authentication code.
How it usually works is on that site that supports it you enable two-factor authentication so anytime you want to login from a new computer or in even any time you login you not only need to type in a password but also type in one of the rolling code from a code generator app like Authy.
There are several of them out there but I especially like Authy because it allows you to backup all your code tokens encrypted so if you lose your phone or you get a new one you don’t have to set up everything all over again.
This app is more or less a glorified barcode scanner but it can definitely be useful in certain situations.
Basically, what you do is you point the camera at a bar code for some product and it will look up what the thing is then show you the price on amazon.
You can scan things back-to-back one after the other and it makes the list of the things you just scanned.
Google Opinion Rewards
It’s an app by Google where they occasionally ask you some survey questions and then give you google play store credit and exchange.
The surveys are typically very short and easy for example you might just answer two multiple choice questions and then get fifty cents of credit.
So it’s not like you’re going to make a lot from it but it can add up over time.
This is a great app for identifying and blocking potential scam or spam phone call.
It has a bunch of different things and settings that allow you to filter phone calls from numbers that are either known scam suspected scans or even just all unknown hidden callers.
What’s more useful i think is that if you get a call from a number you don’t know you can look at it and see reports about that number from other users of the app.
For example you can look up a number and see everyone reporting that it’s a credit card offer or they just didn’t leave a voicemail or something like that or maybe they called about some other scam and if you really want to lock things down you can just have it blocked any calls from numbers that aren’t in your contact at all but that would be kind of an extreme case.
Feedly is a news reader app and it basically just give you all the news stories and articles from any news sources you choose to be in your feed.
In addition of the app you can also use the website as well feedly.com.
The interface is nice as well it shows you a little header image that goes along with the article so you don’t have to just read the headline.
So, it’s a great way to quickly get all the news you care about and want without having to check every single website individually.
This app is a relatively new one for google and no surprise it’s meant to help you plan trips to places you are visiting.
So what you do is type in what city you’re going to be in and it will give you a list of things to do places to eat transportation options and a bunch of other info you might need.
It also ties in with your google account so if you have any hotel reservations it will see that in your email and automatically show you some suggestions based on that.
If you want to know where to eat you can look up one of the top spots the ratings of those spots different types of food to look for that sort of thing.
This one may actually already have been preloaded on your phone when you bought it but if you’re not using it I’m telling you you’re missing out.
Google keep is a very powerful note-taking tool to say the least.
Of course, you can just type in text notes to write something down but you can also add images checkbox list and audio recordings to your notes and you can set up reminder times so it will give you a notification for the note whenever you want.
But probably the best thing about it is that it syncs everything to the cloud through your google account so you can access all your notes through any device that you’re logged into and even on the computer through keep.google.com.
So say you’re on your phone or your computer and you want to copy a bunch of texts or something between the devices you can just paste it into a keep note and it will sync to everything you don’t have to email yourself anything.
This is also useful if you want to type up a really long note you can just type it out more easily on your computer keyboard then copy it to your phone instead of having to type it out all on your phone’s keyboard.
Cam Scanner is very useful app for when you need to scan or take a picture of a document but you don’t have to go through that hassle of scanning it on your computer.
With this app, you just take a picture of the document through the app and it will automatically resize crop and fix the perspective of the picture so it looks pretty similar to as if you actually use a real scanner and on black and white images it will actually remove the background too so it makes you look pretty good.