Best Android Apps
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And today we will show you the 5 best new Android apps 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
Rise is an application all about sleeping better it’s a combination of meditation exercises muscle relaxation tutorials and a sleep diary for you to keep track.
How you’re doing and it’s all presented in this honestly beautiful interface I do think some parts of the app are a little gimmicky and you do need to pay to get a lot of its features.
But I have spent some time with the meditations themselves and I was really impressed I nearly fell asleep during the middle of the day.
2. Battery Notch
Ever since the birth of the notch people have been fighting this battle to make it as little of an eyesore as possible.
We’ve got an app battery notch and it kind of helps by making it at least more useful it turns your punch hole or your notch into a battery indicator and there’s a massive amount of customization.
I can’t think of a single phone’s cut out that this thing wouldn’t cover and if you did get the pro version you can start fiddling with colours and animation settings.
There’s something about the way scribble animates your photos that really makes them pop all you do is you pull up a photo in the app.
Then you draw on top of it and it’s quite generous I’m not a brilliant artist but it makes me look quite good you then click next and the app creates this looping animation of your drawing.
I think it’ll make quite a cool Instagram story especially if you were going to post that plain image anyway.
We’ve then got afterglow which is a new is icon pack based on pastel colours and high vibrancy each icon has a really subtle glow.
I think it’s an amazing balance of sticking to what works in terms of material design but then also pushing the boat out just enough to feel fresh.
The Best application on our list is Verticons and I compact but probably unlike one you’ve seen before the idea here is that.
This is built from the ground up to suit the increasingly tall displays of smartphones. That are coming out there are about 2,000 icons here.
Which is not a huge amount but it is being updated and what it allows you to do is to create a really tight grid size and fit many icons together in one page.
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.