The first order of business when you get a new mobile phone is to install your apps. Android makes it easy to grab all the apps from the Google Store. There are more than 1 million apps in the Play Store, but most of them aren’t worth your time. That’s not the case with these ten applications, though. These apps fill in some fundamental feature gaps in Android and make for a much more exciting experience. They’re also free and easy to use. So you really don’t have any excuse not to give them a shot. Let’s have a look at these top 10 must have apps for android.
1. Chrome Remote Desktop:
Chrome Remote Desktop gives you freedom to securely access your computers from your Android device. It’s is a free remote desktop program from Google that runs as an extension that’s paired with the Chrome web browser. This app can provide quick spontaneous support or unattended access to your own computer. An obvious limitation with Chrome Remote Desktop is the fact that it’s simply a screen sharing application and not a full-blown remote access program.
AirDroid allows you to access and manage your Android phone or tablet from Windows, Mac or the Web, wirelessly, for free. To use AirDroid, your two devices must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network. AirDroid lets you choose how to complete the connection between the two devices, and provides all the guidance you need along the way.
MacroDroid is a powerful task automation and configuration app that focuses heavily on usability with a simple UI and logical step by step process. With MacroDroid, you can set up a number of triggers in order to make your device perform particular actions. For example, you can set it to turn on / off WiFi when you launch a particular app, or auto respond to a specific incoming SMS, etc.
Having an app that allows you to scan documents and convert them into PDFs is always handy. It is far better than taking pictures using your phone and sending them across, especially if you want to send documents for official purposes. Camscanner uses the phone’s camera to take pictures of your document, crop, edit, create a PDF, and then easily share it.
5. AZ screen recorder:
AZ Screen Recorder is the best app to record the screen of your Mobile Phone. It does not require root access, no time limit, no watermark, ad free and very easy to use with one action to start and stop recording.
This screen recording app will let you make beautiful screencast videos by providing every feature that you need in a simple and elegant user experience design.
KineMaster is the only full-featured professional video editor for Android, supporting multiple layers of video*, images, and text, as well as precise cutting and trimming, multi-track audio, precise volume envelope control, color LUT filters, 3D transitions, and much more.
7. Google Translate:
Google Translate is a fantastic mobile translation tool that can help you read or communicate in up to 90 languages. The app goes beyond a simple phrase book with an SMS translator, text-recognition features and even audio recordings of translated words and sentences. It’s a great travel tool for when you venture somewhere you don’t speak the language. Especially now that more features are available offline.
Truecaller is the only dialer you’ll ever need with the ability to identify unknown callers and block unwanted calls.
See names and photos of people who call, even if they aren’t saved in your phonebook. And know when friends are free to talk, making your calling experience smarter and more delightful.
9. Smart Tools:
Smart Tools is an android app that turns your phone into a Swiss Army Knife comprising ruler and protractor, tape measure, compass, flashlight and noise measure. As such it is probably best described as a collection of apps. And indeed, the composite parts are available as independent tools.
SHAREit is an application developed by SHAREit Technologies Co. Ltd to provide users with a fast way of sharing photos, music, and videos with other devices.