The Best App in Android
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And today we will show you The Best App in Android 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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10 The Best App in Android
1. Asphalt 9 Legends
Game loft is back with a massive graphic intensive game this time. It’s a follow-up to their asphalt series called asphalt 9 legends currently is the best racing game on the Play Store.
Plenty of amazing tracks events and race cars to unlock. It’s the perfect game to keep on playing in the long run. The only thing I find annoying and this goes for almost every newly released game off game is that a tape a 2-1 game.
So you can only race a few tracks before you have to stop and wait for your field to regenerate. And I imagine as you get further into the levels upgrades and vehicles are going to be really hard to lock.
And you’ll be playing for hours on end. But if you don’t really care and are you gamers’ and this is a great option.
2. Tricky Test 2
Tricky test – is a fun IQ game that makes you think outside the box. Each level is unique and creative and there are over 111 questions to answer.
If you answer all the questions in fewer than 120 minutes the game will pronounce you a genius. So give it a shot if you think this game won’t be able to outsmart you.
3. Odd Man
Odd men it’s from the same developer who created daddy longlegs. I’m pretty sure you’ve never played a game like this before an odd man.
You’re a yellow blob who has to push every pink opponent off the island sounds easy but this dude is so sensitive.
That you can also be quickly thrown into the water or off the map and then just came over. It’s very fun any perfect pick for casual game play every level and enemy is unique so it keeps it interesting.
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The wallpaper for this month is by Matthew Eckhart sorry if I said that wrong. It’s a picture of a cabin in the woods with a big mountain Sun and lake in the background.
I love the simplicity material design and cartoonish look the top and bottom. You can make room for my at a glance widget and dock and I found this wallpaper on a Google+ collection called wall rod.
There’s plenty of amazing wallpaper similar to this one on this page so I recommend checking it out if your wallpaper freak like me.
5. Minity Icon Pro
I’m also a freak for icon packs and a lot of people have been asking me. Which one I’m rocking on my home screen. So I thought I’d included in this video it’s called minty icons.
This is hands down one of the best icon packs. I’ve ever used each icon is well detailed vivid and bold to make each one pop plus. It makes each icon in my app drawer look modern and material.
There’s over a thousand choose from the calendar icon is dynamic to display the date and the developer updates a weekly. The free version gets eight new icons in each update while the pro version gets 52 or more.
6. Instagram Lite
The next step on this list is a two-for-one special with a lot of popular apps having light version Instagram. Decide it was time for them to also release a tiny version of their main app for those.
Who don’t have a fast performing phone or have slow internet Instagram light looks like its mobile web app. You can see your timeline explore post upload your own search and view slash publish stories.
However you can’t upload videos tagged people or direct message people. Instagram says that some of these will be coming in the future.
7. Spotify Litre
Spotify Lite also looks like its main app. But it does have some crucial missing features. There’s no offline playback you can’t see the song.
So you’ve saved in your library and most importantly you can’t select specific songs to play. Even if you’re a premium subscriber a little too harsh for my taste. But if you’re not a premium user then you probably won’t mind both.
8. Adobe Spark Post
Adobe spark post the next app on this list this is a great and easy way to create stunning graphics to upload to Instagram Facebook. Create YouTube thumbnails and more just open the app. tap on the blue plus icon in the bottom left corner.
Choose a picture to edit select the size depending on where you want to post this picture. Now you can add in your effects you can add in text.
Which you can also edit to the extreme choose a filter added another picture to create a collage. And if you can’t decide on a specific look and you can choose design to use a professionally designed templates.
Once you’re done you can share it or download it in the top right corner try it out if you have no design skills but still want to spark up your pictures.
We’ve all been there where we want to share a link. But it’s extremely long and looks spammy. You could use a third party link shortened but then the receiver won’t have a clue.
Where that link will take them so it’s also pretty sketch well. If you use clean chair you can automatically remove those hundreds of additional characters that are used for tracking.
So the URL will be shorter and the receiver will know where the link will take them. I know first world problems but it’s effortless to use and only takes an extra tap or two.
10. Kiwi Browser
I’m sure the majority of you are using Google Chrome as your main browser. And I wouldn’t blame you that browser is awesome but what if I told you there’s another browser on the Play Store.
That’s very similar to Chrome and has a few extra features that the regular chrome app doesn’t have well Kiwi browser is that browser.
It has all the latest features found in Google’s latest Chrome Canary builds. Including the new split toolbar Chrome duplex feature. It’s a bit faster than Chrome has a built-in dark-themed ad blocker.
It can move the address bar to the bottom by going into the settings accessibility. And toggling bottom toolbar and more not a bad alternative if you ask me.
That’s it guys these were the 10 The Best App in Android which we have featured today or if you have any suggestions then let us know by leaving a comment down below. Best Android Apps of November. So that’s all for now if you like this Article then please subscribing to our Blog QuickStartApps.