There are countless number of apps in the Play Store that range from addictive games to essential productivity tools to great ways to customize your phone.
There are also apps that will completely change how you use Android. Some enhance the user interface, others automate common tasks, and some take popular features in the operating system and make them even better.
Let us have a look at some of the most amazing apps for Android:
The Stargon browser is a lightweight web browser, but has 30 built-in features. Swipe gestures will allow you to go backwards and forwards as fast as turning pages in a book. It is also a secure web browser that blocks safe browsing and discoverable hidden tracking tools.
The Stargon browser has many built-in add-ons. QR Code includes all necessary functions such as scanner, gallery, image file search, image editing, premium file upload, PC mode, download file and much more.
Letterboxd is the official app from the website by the same name. This app gives you access to all the information related to the world of cinema: from the latest releases to the greatest classics, from the most renowned to the least known actors.
One of the best features of Letterboxd, besides its excellent interface and design, is that you can rate all the movies, write reviews and even create lists and share them with the rest of the users. It lets you easily access tons of movie lists that include all kinds of films: ‘30s classics,’ ‘must-watch horror films,’ etc.
Using Letterboxd is very easy because it is practically identical to the webpage, which mean that you can quickly jump from one tag to another while you are checking out a particular movie. In less than a minute you can rate a movie which you liked, check out the director’s past films, access another movie’s information and start watching its trailer.
Letterboxd is an excellent official app that is a must-have for film buffs and those who are interested to learn more about cinema.
You might have seen in some comment boxes or in the live streams of many YouTubers that specific words for instance, hello has been written in different varieties. Style is an app which helps you to create words in various styles. After opening this app, in the upward portion you can see the area where you can type. You have to type the word you like, and then you will be able to see its variety of designs. From many designs, you have to select the design you liked. You have to copy the design you have selected and paste it to where you need and send the specific words in that style or use that text form.
If you wish to send hello, good morning etc. in a variety manner, this app will be of great use to you.
Who touched my phone
Who touched my phone (WTMP) is an app with a focus on privacy. It will record for you those who are trying to snoop on your phone without you noticing, using your front camera in the background. The records on the app will allow you to see when, who and what apps did this person use while you were away.
Once you have installed this app, open it and go through the different permissions dialogue and then you start the app. You can dismiss the app as it will be running on the background, once your device went to sleep and the screen is off, it then start recording when whoever pick the phone and start using it, first by taking a picture of the person using it and also recording all the apps that person went through.
This mobile app has features similar to its web version, such as track separation. The software can separate audio tracks between vocals and individual instruments such as drums, guitar, keys and much more.
Free users can process tracks up to 5 media files of 5 minutes length per month. Processed tracks are accessible for 3 days, after this period, access to the track expires.
Premium users have unlimited uploads of files up to 20 minutes of duration. The audio files can be downloaded or exported in MP3 or WAV format (for Premium subscribers).
The app has exclusive modes such as playback speed, pitch shifting, and smart metronome – providing more dynamism and autonomy to users.