This article is all about bringing you the best free apps for your Android device. I’m sure some will not agree with my choices, but there’s a good reason why these apps are among the most popular free download apps for mobile devices using Android. Tackling different needs, these free apps should be present on any Android-based mobile device. That being said, let’s get down to business!
Skype is one of the most popular communications services around. It provides you with free instant messaging, voice and video calls. It’s estimated that there are more than 250 million people currently using it. You can also transfer files and make video conferences, so pretty much everything you need is included in Skype, an app that is entirely free to use. There is nothing amazing about Skype by today’s standards, it’s just one solid app and the interface is pretty slick and easy to use as well.
2. Double Twist
There are plenty of apps that you can use for your daily musical needs but this one seems to be the most well-rounded out there. It’s not just any old music player, you can also sync it to iTunes and have podcast and radio support. Double Twist is for today’s mobile devices what Winamp used to be for PCs, back in the day.
3. Clean Master
Currently the world’s most downloaded Android optimizer. Clean Master also comes with Antivirus and Security suite, as well as memory and speed booster. Everything you need to make your device better in one app, with an intuitive interface that also makes it easy to use.
Possibly the best photo editing app out there (at least among the freely downloadable ones), Snapseed offers you a quick and simple way to edit your pictures. Image Tuning, Selective Adjustments, Image Borders, Filters, you name it, this app has is all. Plus, you can also share your photos on any social media platform you like.
A must have for anyone having trouble managing their finances, Mint is a free download app that serves as a financial aid and budget-planner. The app gives you up-to-date information on your accounts and keeps track of your budget all the time. You don’t have to be an expert to use it, you just need to perform some data entry and then make a couple of settings and you’re ready to go. Keep in mind that this is like a financial adviser, but all the decisions concerning your money spending are still up to you.
Don’t feel like reading, but in the mood for a good novel? Give audio books a try. Audible helps you download and manage all you audio books. If at any moment you feel the need for some good old British literature or just want to catch up with what present day authors are writing, you can do just that with Audible.
Sure, you can listen to music on other apps but SoundCloud sets itself apart by its user generated music. Remember those underground bands you like but can’t find anywhere? Chances are you’ll find them here. If not, you can always listen to the latest remixes or mash-ups and from what I hear, many of the world’s best DJs do their mixing here as well.
Yep, an app that’s focused on bringing you the latest on science and technology straight on your Android device. If you like to keep track with the latest news and footage from NASA, then this is the app for you.
In case you’re a very busy person and need help keeping track of your schedule and appointments, this app could make everything easier. Any.do features Cloud Syncing, Voice Recognition, Alerts, Missed Calls, Auto-Complete and more. Give it a try.
Sometimes you just get the feeling that someone might be listening in on your calls. If that idea bothers you, then be sure to download RedPhone as this app keeps your conversations secured at all times. Encrypted calls only work between RedPhone users though.
What free apps do you usually use on your Android phone or tablet, and why? Make sure to leave your thoughts in the comment section bellow!