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These days Android Apps have become a part of our regular life. With Android Apps, not only we can easily find the location, but also know the information about the weather. There are a ton of wonderful Android Apps out there. Every month new Android Apps are releasing and many of them are of great use. Today we are going to talk about the top 15 best Android Apps that play an important role in our daily life.
Top Android Apps of 2015
1Weather is an essential app that differs from other Android apps. Its features are very simple yet helpful which shows you the present weather condition, the forecast for up to 12 weeks, predictions, radar, fun facts about meteorology, a sun & moon tracker and graphs. The best part of this app is its simple design that will help you to know the current weather easily. All of the features are available in this free version, but, you will have to pay $1.99 if you want to remove unnecessary ads.
2. Google Maps
Google Maps is the best navigation app out there. Google Maps will give you the information about traffic data, directions to different types of essential things such as gas station, shops, restaurants and other places. Google Maps gives you a real-time update of traffic all the time.
3. Google Assistant/Google Now/ Google search
This is a very powerful app that works on most of the Android devices. This app can work automatically without your hand, just only needs your voice. You can send email; go to Facebook, typing and more without using touching your phone. You don’t have to pay for downloading this app. You can search for anything using this app.
4. Google Play Music and YouTube
Price: Free/$9.99-$14.99 per month
Google Play Music can read both your local files and the music that you like online. You can upload unlimited songs for free. YouTube can help you to see many different videos like music, news, education videos, sports, funny videos and many more.
5. Google Drive Suite
Price: Free with in-app purchases
The Google Drive suites are a group of applications that are all directly integrated into Google drive. This app includes Google slides, Google photos, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Gmail, Google Keep and Google Calendar. You can use these apps for documents, slideshows, and spreadsheets. The best part is that they all are free unless you need more than 15GB of storage on Google Drive.
Price: Free (in-app purchases)
AppLock is a free Android app which has a lot of options. If you want to avoid advertising and get premium features, you must pay for it. This app will be very useful if you have children and roommates. You can keep your phone’s data, images, apps and other information secure using this app.
7. Blue Mail
8. LastPass Password Manager
Price: Free/$12 per year
LastPass Password Manager helps you to save your login credentials in a secure and safe way. The best part is that it can create unique passwords for your account which are impossible to guess. It has cross-platform support, so you can easily use it on your mobile devices, computer, laptop, tablets or whatever. It has also a great option like 1Password.
9. Nova Launcher
You can backup and restore your home screen and icon theming for all Android apps by using this app. It’s consistently updated, create a look like the Pixel Launcher and you can tack on gesture controls, icon swipe actions, and unread count badges if want to go premium. It also has tons of customization elements for the home screen and app drawer and much more.
10. Credit Karma
Credit Karma is a fun little financial app that checks your credit score once per year for free. This app will continuously notify you when major changes come to your credit score. This financial app offers you potential credit cards at which you may qualify for based on your credit score. It’s not 100% accurate but it can give you good ideas.
Feedly is one of the best news apps, fully free and very easy to use after installing this app on your phone. This app has an RSS reader which helps you to subscribe to tons of different websites and you may get news from all of them within just a few seconds. It can support YouTube channels, Podcasts and more. The best advantage for using this app is it can bring all of your interest into one spot and collect the latest news.
Gboard is Google’s official and simple keyboard app which doesn’t have so many frills. This keyboard app has light theming, emoji search, gesture typing (swiping), voice typing, GIF support and more. The most uncommon feature is the built-in Google search that gives you a way to search the web without leaving the keyboard that you are in. This 100% free app can sync between devices so you can save many words.
13. Google Opinion Rewards
Google Opinion Rewards is one of the best free Android apps available in the market. First of all, you have to download this app, install it, answer some questions through this app and you will get credit for use by doing this process. This credit will help you to buy apps or games in the Google Play store without spending real money.
14. Pulse SMS or Android Messages
Price: Free/Up to $10.99(Pulse)/ Free (Android Messages)
Pulse SMS and Android Messages are the two best SMS apps. The features of Pulse SMS are password protected conversations, theming, a blacklist for spammers, GIF support, dual-SIM support and more. These two apps let you send SMS and messages from your desktop. For that, it will charge you $10.99 per month for Pulse SMS where Android Messages is completely free.
Quik is a kind of video editor app by GoPro. The work procedure of this app is to take your captured video and then string it together in a sort of video collage. Using this app, you can cut, add, edit your videos and so on.