Top Android Apps for Tablets and Phones (I)
If you have an Android tablet or phone, you will probably like this list. We have selected the most interesting apps available on Google Play. There are thousands and thousands of options but we have chosen our favorite ones.
Google Calendar. Essential app for you. Google Calendar is a very efficient app for scheduling your life. If you have a phone, maybe you can take a look at Agenda Calendar, another excellent option.
Dolphin Browser. Fast both for phones and for tablets. It has dozens of extensions. Another good option is Chrome, developed by Google.
Nova Launcher. Maybe the best launcher available for Android devices. It’s easy, fast and stable. There’s also a paid version. Description at Google Play: “Highly customizable, performance driven, home screen replacement for Android 4.0. Accept no substitutes! Nova Launcher is the original and most polished customizable launcher for Android 4.”
Google Keep. With a fantastic design, google keep will help you to remember important things. Description at Play Store: “Quickly capture what’s on your mind and be reminded at the right place or time. Create a checklist, enter a voice note or snap a photo and annotate it. Everything you add is instantly available on all your devices – desktop and mobile.”
Quickoffice Pro HD. Essential app for editing documents, spreadsheets and presentations.
Hangouts. Developed by Google, hangouts is the app that substitutes Google Talk. You can chat with your contacts, send documents and images.
Facebook. Yes, if you are a FB fan you might have Facebook app installed. Anyway, there are thousands of apps that uses FB connection.
Pulse. With Flipboard, it’s the best way to read your favorite news on your tablet. It’s clear, stable and comfortable.
Google Maps. What can we say about Google Maps you don’t know yet? The best.
Google Drive. If you use the cloud, Google Drive is maybe the best option. Google Drive is the easy way to share your documents. Another good option is Dropbox.
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