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15 really useful Android apps

Discussion in 'Android Phones' started by Jeanh, Apr 15, 2016.

  1. 15 really useful Android apps




    Please or Register to view linksA few years ago 50 billion apps had been downloaded from the Android Google Play store. It’s a bewilderingly high number and one that illustrates just how popular, and useful, apps have become. But finding the apps that you find practical can be quite an exercise. That’s why we’ve listed 15 of the most useful Android apps you can use from cloud storage to password storage and offline maps.


    LastPass
    Trying to remember your passwords can be a headache. So it’s easier to use the same password for different accounts, right? It is, but it’s very dangerous. If a hacker ©râcks one of your accounts, they’ve gotten access to all of them. But since we log into everything on our mobile devices now, having a password manager like Please or Register to view links is a good idea. It can save passwords and keep them safe while auto-filling passwords for sites and apps that you use regularly. It also includes a password generator that generates hard-to-hack passwords.

    Google Now
    Please or Register to view links is powerful personal assistant software. It tells you about the weather, gives you news articles about your relevant interests, manage things like plane flight information, and give you access to quick information via voice searching. It’s also being constantly updated by Google to give you more information even faster than before.

    Groupon
    If you’re looking for a deal whether its business, a restaurant or events in your area why not check Please or Register to view links? Groupon is popular coupon site that helps you find good deals in your area and is already well known. The mobile Android version allows you to use coupons immediately or store them for later use. It’s well-designed and easy to use but you’ll need to check that it’s supported in your area.

    BullGuard Mobile Security
    With mobile computing now an everyday thing and hackers increasingly targeting Android mobile devices, having good security is essential. Please or Register to view links provides complete protection for your device with antitheft controls and fast and immediate antivirus scanning to keep the nasties out. You can also block unwanted calls and the plague of SMS spam while customisable parental controls also allow you to keep an eye on the kids when they are doing their mobile thing too.

    Pocket
    Please or Register to view links lets you take a webpage you’re viewing and store it for later. It’s really useful when you’re browsing the news or you find funny stories or interesting stories that you want to read later. It’s easy to use and works with news apps like Please or Register to view links and social media apps like Facebook. You can share from Pocket to other apps as well. It’s free to use and there are even browser extensions so you can use it on a computer as well.

    HERE Maps
    Google Maps is a great tool and enormously practical but if you want a map app that will work offline, for instance, if you can’t get a connection for your mobile device, then Please or Register to view links is worth a download. It lets you use maps offline and while not as in-depth as Google Maps still lets you check out restaurants and various places in your area while of course being a great tool for orientating yourself when you’re in a new area.

    Circle of 6
    Ever been in a ‘delicate’ situation and need to make a quick exit but also need an excuse? Oy you just need some help? Well Please or Register to view links could be just for you. Two quick taps sends one of three pre-written text messages to as many as six of your contacts. One message sends your GPS location and a request to be picked up, while another asks your friends to quickly get in touch with you. It is billed as an app that protects against violence, and of course it could be used in that sense, but it also has other uses, perhaps most importantly helping to stay close to close friends when the need arises.

    Signal Private Messenger
    If you’d like to keep your text messages safe from prying eyes consider Please or Register to view links Messages sent to other Signal Private Messenger users are encrypted over the air, but the app will also encrypt all of your text messages when they’re at rest on your phone to keep them away from prying eyes. It allows you to create encrypted groups so you can have private conversations with all your friends at once. Not only are the messages encrypted, but the Signal server never has access to any group metadata such as the membership list, group title, or group icon. You can also make phone calls with no long-distance charges.

    Twitter Periscope
    Apps like Please or Register to view links and Please or Register to view links enable live video strêâmïng from a mobile device and let you share video and chat with other users with ease. Supported by Please or Register to view links it can be useful as a Please or Register to view links recently revealed. Periscope was used to live stream people navigating a large puddle in the North Eastern city and it became a bit of an internet sensation – for a short time anyway. Though clearly it can be put to other uses too.

    Flava
    The concept of privacy may seem a little old fashioned in the internet age but there are still people out there that believe not everything is for sharing such as personal thoughts and photos. The Please or Register to view links journal app allows you to store your personal stuff safely and a unique tagging system makes it easy to find entries based on note type, your mood, or even the weather. Think of it as a digital scrap book.

    Pocket Casts
    Podcast are a great way of catching up with things or simply learning about a new topic. Please or Register to view links allows you to download or stream various podcasts for your enjoyment while on the move. It features both audio-only and video podcast support so you can catch up on just about anything. There is also a light and dark theme, a sign-in feature so you can sync your podcasts across devices.

    ES File Explorer
    ES File Explorer is a free, full-featured resource manager. It functions a file manager, application manager, task killer, cloud storage client, Please or Register to view links and more. It’s compatible with Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Box.net, Sugarsync, Yandex, Amazon S3, Ubuntu One and more. It provides access to pictures, music, video, documents, and other files on both your Android devices and your computers, and you can share over 3G, 4G, EDGE, or Wi-Fi.

    SwiftKey Keyboard
    Please or Register to view links is one of the most powerful and customizable third-party keyboards available. It’s a free download and you can purchase themes for it if you want to. Other features include a dedicated number row, SwiftKey Flow which allows for gesture typing, multiple language support, cross-device syncing of your library and much more. It’s probably one of the best third-party keyboard apps available for Android.

    Audify Notification Reader
    Please or Register to view links helps you to be informed about your notifications without any effort. It speaks out your notifications through your phone speaker or headset or via any connected Bluetooth device and intelligently ignores the notifications that might annoy you. It starts to work automatically as soon as you connect a wired or wireless headset/speaker and stops itself as soon as you disconnect your headset/speaker. It also has a speaker so you can be informed out loud about your notifications.

    Google Drive
    Please or Register to view links is a cloud storage app where all new users get 15GB for free permanently when they sign up. A suite of applications are attached to it including Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Photos, and Google Keep. Between the office apps, the Photos app (which allows unlimited photo and video backup), and Keep for note taking, you have apps for practically anything you need to do in terms of productivity. Some of the features of these apps include live collaboration, deep sharing features, and compatibility with Microsoft Office documents.
     
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  2. wala ako kahit isang app sa nabangit...sad life :(
    isa lang app ko sa cp COC lang
     
  3. masaya ka naman sa coc..okey na yun bossing (y)
     
  4. hehehe basta COC lang ng COC heheheh
     
  5. kahit FB no offence sa iba ha...
    ill find it corny unlike before na konti lng meron nun simula nung dumami na ayaw ko na sya totally corny
    buti pa dito sa PHC the bomb
     
  6. nandito kase ako..kaya masaya :D :p
     
  7. hahaha..ako din masaya dito..di ba halata :hilarious::hilarious:
     
  8. alright.... sige..
    hmmmm.. yap masaya naman talaga dito
    almost 1 month nga ako di nakapasok dito kasi na block yung PC ko sa work ng mga stupid na mga kasama ko dito
    ang tagal bago nagawa
     
  9. may android app na ang phc bossing (y)
     
  10. yap meron me nun sa tablet kaya lang ayaw ko mag browse ang liit malabo mata ko hehehe
     
  11. welcome po

    magpagawa kana ng reading eye glass..para na din di agad lumabo mata mo (y)
     
  12. heheh may salamin na din ako matagal na
     
  13. mag pa upgrade kana boss(y)
     
  14. heheheh yoko nga magsuot ng salamin eh pag asa office lang at pag masakit na ulo ko hehehehe..
    head bang lang katapat nyan
     
  15. mas sasakit ulo mo pag wala ka salamat..may tendency na magka vertigo ka..and sad part..mas tataas grado ng mata mo
     
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