June 20, 2016

Best Android Apps of 2016

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Google Play store is overflowing with apps as tons of developers around the world are stacking offspring of their creativity and development prowess on the official app distribution platform for Android. Having lots of apps at your disposal seems exciting, but that is not always the case as the sheer amount of options leads to the problem of quality getting buried under quantity. Users have to go through multiple menus and apps to find one that is actually worth downloading, a hunt that can quickly become frustrating. In such a scenario, your best bet is to rely on app reviews to easily learn about the best apps in the app market. To play our part in saving you the annoyance, we too have detailed five of the best Android apps in different categories. Go on, take a look.


If you spend a large chunk of your day on your computer and can’t keep checking your phone every few seconds, then you should consider getting Pushbullet. This app allows you to link your smartphone and computer so that you can control both of them together. You can also easily transfer files between your computer and your phone through this app. Furthermore, it provides mobile notifications on your computer, saving you the trouble of checking your phone every time it beeps.

Arts and Culture

Learning about history fascinates a lot of people. For decades, museums have been the go-to place for history enthusiasts to get in touch with the past, but the problem is that museums are not available everywhere and can’t be accessed all the time. This is where the Arts and Culture app comes in handy. It contains artwork and pictures from over 850 museums, providing you insights about different civilizations, religions, and cultures regardless of where you are or what time it is.

FiLMiC Pro

There are a ton of apps out there that allow you to edit and create your pictures in any way you want. However, when it comes to videos, there isn’t much variety. You are usually stuck with a few options and they too don’t offer much. However, FiLMiC Pro is here to change that. First of all, it comes with a slew of features that give you full control over your video, allowing you to add or edit anything you want. Secondly, it functions near perfectly. We at least encountered absolutely no problems while using it. Finally, adjustment options are implemented really well, and can be changed at will. So if you’re a video fanatic, then you would certainly want to give this app a shot.

Calorie Counter – MyFitnessPal

Calorie Counter – MyFitnessPal makes your calorie counting experience less taxing. You don’t have to conduct numerous searches about your food anymore to learn how much calories are in them because this app provides you with all the stats and figures you need. It contains calorie details of over 5 million food items from all over the world, thus allowing you to keep track of your intake without making frequently trips to Google search engine. With this kind of information at your fingertips, you will know if you have to eat less or more to stay in a perfect shape.

Duolingo: Learn Languages Free

If you like travelling a lot, then you must install on your phone. Duolingo: Learn Languages Free contains information about almost every major language spoken around the world and you can get acquainted with any one of them with its help. However, learning a language which you aren’t going to use much can be quite an annoying experience, which is why this app has tried to make learning more fun by introducing challenges. You can select any language you want to learn, get acquainted with it, and then you will be given a couple of challenges to complete each day. This way, it doesn’t feel like a burden and you get to learn a new language in a fun way.

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