Top Ten Most useful Android Mobile Apps

We all know the use of smartphones. Here I am going to guide you the top ten most useful mobile apps for android users.

1. WhatsApp Messenger

WhatsApp Messenger a wildly popular mobile messaging app. Users can send text, photos, voice and short video messages to their WhatsApp contacts, and the app has continuously added new features to its toolkit, such as emoji , and most recently, fully encrypted messaging between WhatsApp users .Now user can do video call ,audio call and can post stories using WhatsApp.  The main thing is that user doesn’t need to pay anything for WhatsApp use. Data connection is just require for  WhatsApp.

2. Uber

Uber is a car booking app, Uber has been a powerfully disruptive force in the public transportation field. Users can easily set up a user account and quickly book anything ranging from a cab or a rideshare service. It automatically calculate the amount of ride and user can pay the amount by cash , by credit card and by PayPal.

3. Evernote

Evernote is the premier cross-platform note-taking service. With this Android app, users take and upload notes, pictures, audio and video snippets and organize them into cloud notebooks that can be synced across multiple devices. Loaded with powerful organization, formatting and sharing options, Evernote is still king even with the rise of competitors such as OneNote and Google Keep. The free version lets users upload 60MB worth of content monthly, with paid accounts allowing more options and advanced features.

4. VLC for Android

If you’re looking for a versatile, all-in-one media player that’ll play just about any file format that you can throw at it, then give VLC for Android a spin. A mobile build for the popular desktop media player, VLC is designed to play just about any file format out of the box, from ubiquitous MP3 and MP4 files to more unusual formats such as MKV and FLAC. In addition to playing local files, VLC for Android also supports network streaming and media library organization.

5. Greenify

Greenify puts an app in a state of hibernation, unable to access system resources, bandwidth or run background processes. However, Greenify allows you to run an app normally in the foreground when explicitly called on by the user without any extra fuss. If you’ve got memory or battery hogs that keep draining resources in the background, don’t bother with a task-killer when you can just Greenify it. Just don’t do that to your alarm clock, messenger, email app or anything with important notifications unless you want them to stop working.

6. Facebook and Facebook Messenger

Share photos from your Android gallery, post updates on your wall, comment on the posts of your Facebook friends, share links and other media, and much more with the free app. The app is under constant tweaking, with additions such as editing posts and comments continuously being added. The experience wouldn’t be complete without the Facebook Messenger app, though the decision to spin off instant messaging to a separate app has irked some users.

7. Contacts+

Contacts+ is an address book replacement that helps organize your contacts and integrates with your social media accounts and communications. The app automatically imports information from linked social networks such as Facebook, Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn contacts, allowing you to access them all in one place. Cover pictures can automatically be filled in from Facebook or Google+, and you can view your recent communications from each contact. This means you can keep conversation histories for your friends, family and colleagues.

8. Avast! Mobile Security

Avast is a great choice for those who looking to protect their Android device from malware and viruses. Avast also provides such extras as app management and network metering. If you ever take the next step and root your device, you’ll be able to access the Avast Mobile Security’s Firewall, a great extra feature.

9. Google drive

Google drive is used to syncing and storing your files, Google Drive includes a powerful mobile office suite, so you can create and edit files from your phone. Drive can even store your files locally, for offline viewing and editing. It might not replace your desktop office utilities, but it comes surprisingly close.

10. Nova Launcher

One of Android’s hallmarks is its highly configurable interface, which allows you to set your home screen and UI to your liking. Among the best of Android’s custom launcher apps is Nova Launcher, which balances extensive appearance and utility customizations with a minimal performance impact. There are a lot of options to work through, from color themes to icon packs, scrollable docks to app drawer customizations, folder settings and infinite scrolling. Whether you’re looking to optimize your home screen or just want to spice things up, Nova Launcher is one of the best launchers out there.

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