Most times, our phones could just be an empty box. You soon get bored and feel like dumping it in a trash can, but here is a list of best Android apps to re-kindle the love for your smartphone and keep your day going.
Android phones are exciting; there are alot of apps that can really make your phone a monster device. We will would love to see you try out these 5 Android apps and see if are worth a place in your device.
1. Secret (Free)
For us, this is a must have app on every Android smartphone. Secrete is a confessional app were users share secretes about their personal lives.
The app will allow users share secretes anonymously with friends, co-workers and people nearby. You get to know about people’s secrete as well. Though, you can’t know for sure whose secrete has been exposed, since the app handles everyone’s secretes anonymously.
A secrete could travel round the world, if it is loved by friends. The app is really exciting; the new version has been built for speed and battery life improvements.
So, you are in currently in one of those dull moments and you really want to keep your spirits high, why not get the secrete?
2. A.I.type Keyboard ($4.67)
Everyone hates an autocorrect that’s annoying at best. The A.I. type keyboard takes a different approach, it features a context-based next-word prediction engine and warns you before and after it corrects your text.
The app comes with several skins and layouts including Windows 7 layouts and iPhone 4s. A.I.type Keyboard is a smart app that would also learn your typing habits so its prediction engine works optimally.
3. Aviate Launcher (Free)
Aviate is an Andriod environment that would replace your traditional Android homescreen once installed. The Android environment has three organized homescreens, two of which looks distinctly different from the standard Android homescreen.
On the main screen, you will be greeted with a large image, with five app icons carefully arranged at the bottom of the screen. Swiping to the right reveals a collection of your apps, also neatly organized in collection – Productivity, Social, Music etc. Continuous usage of Aviate will make the app understand a user’s pattern and can then begin to recommend apps for download.
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The app also comes with smart feature which can be accessed by swiping from the left of your screen. Based on what you are up to, Aviate collects all your important information from your original apps and places them in one location, so you don’t have to tap every time to access them.
4. Mailbox (free)
iOS users have got the most out of Mailbox already, but Android users are not left out.
Mailbox Android app is now available and it’s obviously a great alternative to Gmail email client. The User Interface is pretty cute and offers a better intuitive impression, in comparison to Gmail email client.
One drawback, however. The app uses Dropbox server to check your email, and I’m sure at the point, you’d probably raise an eyebrow. If you are not comfortable with the app using Dropbox server, you might want to look elsewhere. If you don’t care about that, then getting Mailbox would definitely be a great addition of apps to your app drawer.
5. Dolphin Browser HD (Free | $4.99)
We gradually become lovers of Chrome browser, our favourite was Maxthon cloud browser. However,
Dolphin Browser HD is a smart browser that loads your pages quickly and render webpage’s in perfect form.
Dolphin Browser HD is unique and has a good number of bragging rights. Its unique touch system generally improves your browsing experience. The bookmark system is completely incredible and sophisticated; it also comes with a plug-in system that adds tons of functionality.
It comes in two forms; freemium and premium. The former comes with ads while the latter is ad-free.
These five Android apps add incredible value to your smartphone, but they are not the only good apps in the Android Market. What are your must-have apps for Android?