Best Android Apps
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And today we will show you Best Android Apps 2019 you should try out. We have selected in this Blog are on the basis of their usage functionality and how unique these apps are and most importantly.
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5 Best Android Apps 2019
1. Call App
Call app is the first app of this month as the name suggests. It’s a great alternative to your default phone app with way more features and enhancements for starters.
It has your basic features such as allowing you to see all of your contacts send and receive phone calls block numbers dial numbers etc. However it also has a very powerful caller ID so you always know the caller behind the phone by connecting your social media accounts.
Such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google you’ll obtain social media information about the person who is trying to reach you, And it also has caller ID for your messaging apps just in case you receive a random text from an unknown number.
If you want to know who that is on top of that you can also automatically record your incoming and outgoing calls. It has a theme store to customize the crap out of the interface including the incoming call screen.
Just keep in mind that a lot of these themes aren’t free and they automatically block scamming unknown numbers that may come from a sales company or a telemarketer.
Those are most of the main features it’s also a really feature packed application. Which I enjoy you can also quickly set up a Google event with one of your contacts. Set reminders to cost someone turn on incognito mode for one of your context.
So when they try to reach you the number will always be shown as unknown within one of your contacts page. You get way more information. Such as the last text you had with them connect them via other communication services such as whatsapp or Google duo and much more.
So if you’re looking for a great alternative to your default phone app try out all app moving on. I’m the type of person to install dozens of apps within a single week.
I know I’m addicted to apps but one of the main pains that come with installing all these Apks is that I sometimes forget to uninstall the apps.
That I barely even used skit is a great solution it’s an app manager allowing you to uninstall apps easily. The premium version allows me to uninstall them in batches.
Which is even better I can also extract the Apk file from any application even system ones and every app. I tap on provides me with a ton of information including the package information. The types of permissions and needs activities services and the certificate.
If I want to know the number of apps that I have on my phone it lets me know in the analytics section and in the statistics tab. I can see what OS each app is trying to target as well as the minimum OS each app requires for it to run love the interface. It looks gorgeous and it’s very straightforward.
Now when it comes to photo editing I don’t usually use any crazy photo editing apps aside from VSCO four basic filters. I just don’t have the time to add in random animations effects or stickers.
I’ll take you my photos simple and I want to edit them quickly however I just came across a cub. Which allows me to include two different filters within the same photo for example let’s say I’m in the picture and behind me is a beautiful background with AI cut.
I can separate myself from the background and apply a unique filter just on my body then. I can add in another filter just for the background surprisingly two filters within the same photo.
Really take it to the next level the only problem is that you can’t zoom into the picture for a more precise selection and without that simple feature.
It gets really tough to completely select the main object you’re trying to separate but besides that AI coat works to spine and provides me with pictures that are very unique.
If you have multiple apps that take up too much space and you can use hermit to turn them into a web-based Lite app. Perfect for apps like Facebook, Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn AccuWeather, Google Translate, or any other popular apps.
That has a website with hermit you can choose from the already made light apps or create your own by typing the URL of an app’s. Website obviously this won’t work for every app or game but you’d be surprised.
How many web-based apps there are and how much space you’ll be saving on your phone plus you can create a quick shortcut to your favourite websites.
Such as Andrew police my favourite thing about permit is that. It adds a slide-out menu to each app to quickly switch. Between the categories of a website and on top of that Herman allows you to customize each light up to the extreme.
For example you can block all the ads or pop-ups of an app force the page into a dark mode there’s an option called reader. Which only shows the text and images for a page?
So you can quickly read through it perfect for online articles or news reports. You can run your own custom extension scripts and they already provide a few to try out.
You can also increase or decrease the text size turn on notifications for your web-based app and more give it a shot especially. If you’re running out of storage space on your phone.
5. Purchased Apps
How many apps have you purchased in your lifetime. If you’re like me that number is impossible to come up with since every week.
I purchase a new one and I don’t even remember half of the apps. That I paid for sure the Play Store does provide me with an order history but it kind of sucks.
I can’t filter the apps with purchased apps I can now see a list of all my paid apps. Which I can filter in alphabetical order filtered by the purchase date or by the price.
And below each app it shows me the date. That I bought it and the best part is I can switch accounts since. I’ve used multiple Google accounts in the past to purchase apps.
That’s it guys these were the 5 best Android apps app which we have featured today or if you have any suggestions then let us know by leaving a comment down below. So that’s all for now if you like this Artcile then please subscribing to our Blog QuickStartApps.