Top 10 Best Android Apps 2019 | For the month of March, I have selected 10 Best Android Apps from different categories that might be useful to improve your overall Android experience and all of these are Free Android Apps.
Excited? So, let’s get started.
Kicking off the list with ActionDash which is a new release from the developer of Action Launcher, and it’s basically a wellbeing app with a few extra features. With this app you can track the usage of your smartphone and what are the apps that you are using frequently.
Like I tend to use YouTube a lot. So, this app will provide me the exact stats of my usage on daily, monthly and weekly basis.
The app is free to download from the play store, but if you like some extra added features then you’ll have to pay to unlock some of them. This is one of the Best Android App that I use on daily basis.
Next up we have Emoally which is a quite interesting app and I recently find this one, it is basically a platform where you can do lots of stuff like you can share your posts, Browse, find and meet new people and also you can earn money.
So first you have to go the with the initial setup, where you have to fill in some basic information’s like your name, age, gender etc. Rather the that you can also tell about your expertise by filling the rest of the details.
Now how this app work is, you Look for profiles, check the availability of the users by sending them the request. If they accepted the request you have to pay as per the profile and scheduled hours. Using this app, you can meet with professionals to learn or share your experience.
Next up we have this amazing live wallpaper known as ShaderPaper which is hands down the best Android live wallpaper app that I have used in a while. There are more than 40 Shader wallpaper to choose from and each live wallpaper is entirely different from the previous one.
If you are someone who is little worried about their smartphone battery, then you also have an option to tweak the movement of shaders according to your liking.
Best of all, you get all of this free of charge. So, if you’re looking for a versatile live wallpaper with an almost endless assortment of options, ShaderPaper is the obvious choice.
Bottom Quick Settings
If you are someone who tends to use the quick setting panel a lot, and don’t like stretching your thumb at the top of your smartphone, then this next app is definitely for you.
Bottom Quick Settings works similarly to the iOS settings drawer. It allows you to drag a quick setting panel up from the bottom of the screen. You’ll find toggles like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and airplane mode, and you can even customize what is listed there, so all of your favourite toggles are only a swipe away.
Wi-Fi ARCore is an Augmented reality app that visualizes your Wi-Fi strength and it’s a very handy app. After giving all the required permissions you will be able to see the signal meters in your surrounds, which looks really cool. This way you’ll know exactly what direction to move towards if you ever need a stronger signal.
Adobe Spark Post
If you are a newbie and don’t know much about graphic designing then the next app is for you.
Adobe Spark Post makes it easy to design graphics from your phone or tablet, and no actual design skill is required.
There are hundreds of pre-made templates available in this app which is sorted in different categories like Featured, Collage, Seasonal, Lifestyle etc.
In this app everything is self-explanatory. So, you don’t have to tinker with different settings in order to understand the workflow. Simply select your favourite template and start editing by importing your photos and changing the texts. This is one of the Best Android App for creating amazing graphics for free, so you should definetly give it a try.
The Google Trips app has been favourite app for a while, but with the recent update this just got a lot better.
If you are someone who loves to travel, look no further. This app automatically pulls your information from Maps, Flights, Hotels, Gmail and present them in a very simplistic from in a single app. So, you don’t have to download tons of apps for different tasks.
One of the best thing about this app is that you really can manage your whole trip from one place – getting an overview of your reservations, providing lists of things to do, as well as information about getting around your destination.
Fluid Navigation Gestures
Navigation Gestures are all the rage these days, but not all smartphone have them, if your smartphone is also one of them, then this nifty little app will help you to get the navigation gesture on your smartphone without even doing any advance level stuff like rooting or flashing zip files.
You just have to install the app and give the required permissions and you are good to go. It’s smooth, it worked during our testing, and the pro version is a very reasonable $1.99. You can’t go wrong if you want gesture controls.
220.127.116.11.: Faster and Safer
The last app on our list will let you reroute your entire network traffic on your phone through 18.104.22.168., instead of the usual default DNS server.
Now what that means is this app will help you in getting your mobile internet safer and faster by using your phone’s built-in VPN service.
This app is designed by Cloudflare, which is the leading provider of DDOS protection and DNS services comes the perfect DNS application for your phone. It eliminating the need to configure it at a router level and making it easy to skip difficult setup altogether.
So this is our list of Best Android Apps for the month of March 2019, Which of the above app you liked the most? Do you know of any other app that I should have added? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.