Best Android Apps
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And today we will show you Best Android Apps All Time 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 All Time
1. Volume Slider
The First app called volume slider you can change the volume just by sliding your finger up or down on the edges of your screen.
It even allows you to control the brightness in the settings of the app you can make any site. Become a trigger and divide the right or left sides into even more triggers. You can even decide what each edge does and you don’t need root or 80b to get this working.
2. Hiedu Scientific Calculator
If you’re looking for a solid calculator app. I have two recommendations the first one is called high edu scientific calculator.
The design isn’t that great but it sure is powerful not only can it do any advanced calculations you draw at it but it also has templates for families equations to solve them quickly.
It comes with different calculator modes including ones for programmers so I can easily convert a decimal value to binary hex or octal.
I can graph things do conversions with any unit measurement and it has all the math physics and chemistry formulas just in case you want to look one up.
3. A Power Mirror
Once in a while I get annoyed about having to check my phone while I’m doing some work on my computer. I have to switch back and forth between both devices that’s why I like to mirror the screen of my android to my desktop.
I use a power mirror to do this the after making connection wirelessly or wired I prefer to go wirelessly. Because the response time is still less than a second and it’s less of a hassle to get it working on top of that.
I can also control my desktop with my phone this is perfect for a laptop or a small screen size monitor. It’s not very efficient for someone with a 49 inch monitor such as me but give it a shot it works perfectly on both Android and iOS.
4. F- Droid DNS66
Last year I you stopped at to block intrusive ads on my phone but the company. Has recently decided that they will just continue their service.
So I had to find another alternative for non ridet users the best one that I can find is called DNS 66 and of course. It’s not in the Play Store but it’s on F troy’d which is an alternative Android Market.
I’ll drop a link down below to download it DNS six-six allows the blocking of host names via DNS. So it can be used for ad blocking and like I said before it doesn’t require root on like a Dawei for those technical users.
It basically establishes a VPN interface and redirects DNS server traffic to it that traffic is filtered by the VPN connection and only allows queries for hosts that are not blacklisted.
So here’s how to get it working when you open the app go to the hosts tab and you’ll see a list of domains from there. You’ll be able to enable host files that you would like to use by tapping the shield next to them.
Tthe first one already includes all the other hosts file names so by enabling that you’re good to go. But you can allow more if you want from there you’re going to want to tap on the Refresh icon so the app downloads and updates the hosts files.
And finally on the main page you’re going to tap on the start icon and if your phone asked to allow you VPN connection tap on OK. Now you shouldn’t see any more ads within most of your apps or games.
However Google Chrome YouTube Spotify or any other apps that use their own advertisement service still display ads there’s not much you can do about that.
Socratic is a bit more straightforward you just take a picture of the math equation on your worksheet and then.
It will look up the solution online it’ll provide multiple sources so you can verify if the answer is correct.
And then I’ll show you the step-by-step instructions as well it’s completely free with no in-app purchases it’s just not as powerful as Wolfram Alpha.
So don’t expect this to work out well with really complicated calculus problems or engineering problems for that matter.
That’s it guys these were the 10 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.