8 Interesting Android apps you might not know about
As per the recent statistics, there are 1.6 millions Android mobile applications in the Play Store. Android mobile application development has absolutely taken a step forward in luring the customers to download. Some applications are used worldwide because they are popular, some are not because they don’t come into lime light for some reasons. Be it Android or iOS, there are many applications that are user-friendly, free to download, interesting and appealing but somehow doesn’t get to attract the expected users to use it.
1] Khan Academy
A higher educational dimensional portal, Khan Academy, stands among the best mobile applications if you are solely interested in learning about science, maths or physics. Since the app is completely free, updated regularly and fresh-faced, it puts more than 10,000 videos at your fingertips. Not only does it covers all learning processes in the most convenient way but it gives the relevant sources and references. There are also courses on economics, philosophy, arts, history, etc.
2] Dragon Anywhere
They say ‘Some things come at a price’. Yes, Dragon Anywhere is not cheap though as it costs $15/month. But apart from it, it is a simple to use, razor-sharp accurate and multi functional application. It works in a similar way to the desktop software by recording accurate dictation and turning it into text documents.
PhotoDirector has everything you need to edit your photos. Simple text bubbles, complex things such as HSL and curves, etc helps you get the best out of your photos. An app developed by CyberLink, PhotoDirector, is recommended for novices.
4] Caustic 3
Caustic 3 is a deep and complex app, so be prepared to put some time into. Don’t worry. The results will be great. Using it, you can use one of 14 different synthesizers, vocoders and drum machines to create that perfect sound on the move.
Do you find yourself docking your head and composing silent melodies? You would definitely sound dynamic if only you would record it in Caustic 3.
Ask Me Anything, by Reddit AMA, is a an app that has no competition since it is designed for a niche market. It will let you know about the popular starts, celebrities and information about the trending people. You can also vote, comment and ask questions to those famous faces of the world. Fascinating, isn’t it?
6] HERE Maps
Yes, we know that you use Google Maps. But, come on. Jump out of the wall. Try HERE Maps. It use maps offline while still providing totally offline turn-by-turn navigation. Similar to Google Maps, it lets you various places, nearby regions, restaurants. ATMs, etc. It’s totally free. Go on.
LastPass is a password manager application. Since we log into everything on our mobile devices now, LastPass can save passwords and keep them save all while auto-filling passwords for sites and apps that you use regularly.
Worth checking out because this app also have a password generator that generates hard-to-hack passwords just for you.
The reason it is used is because of the myriad of features. The subtle animations are great, and it rarely bothers you with notifications. This is a wallpapers, ringtones, notification tones, and alarm tones app that gives you an unbelievable number of options to customize the most basic parts of your device.
Zedge also promotes various items during holiday seasons making it easy to theme your phone up for Christmas, Halloween, and other holidays.