21 best free Android apps

by: Joe HindyJune 13, 2015

best free android apps
Finding the best Android apps can be tough. There are millions to choose from and many of the best are free and just as many are paid apps. The good news is you can have a full, rich experience with Android with free apps. If you need some help finding such an experience, here is a list of the 25 best free Android apps to help you get started!

1Weather - best free Android apps1Weather

[Price: Free / $1.99]
First on our list is a bit of a cop out since most weather applications are free these days. 1Weather is a very popular, very highly rated application that has all the features you could need. This includes extended forecasts, hourly weather, radar, notifications (configurable in the settings), and even a fun fact that pops up every time you open it. It does have in-app purchases but that’s really just to get rid of advertising. The entire app and all of its features are included in the free version.
Get it on Google Play

evernote best free android appsEvernote

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Evernote has long been the front runner when it comes to note taking. It has a bunch of features including device syncing, organizational features, compatibility with other applications, and various different types of notes. There is a premium option that adds more functionality but there are millions of people who enjoy the free version of this app. There are many who put this on their list of must-have applications and we’re no different. If you’re looking for something a little more simple, another great free option is Google Keep.
Get it on Google Play

ES File Explorer best free android appsES File Explorer

[Price: Free]
When we don’t include ES File Explorer on best Android lists, people get angry at us. The reason is because ES really is one of the must have apps out there. It is packed with features for both root and un-rooted users, it has a nice interface, and it’s free. It’s better than all of the stock file manager offerings and it’s been a top choice for most people for a few years now. If this isn’t your cup of tea, check out our top file explorers on Android for more options!
Get it on Google Play

Dropbox - best free android appsDropbox

[Price: Free]
One of the world’s most ubiquitous cloud storage services is Dropbox. Practically everyone has heard of it. It’s free to sign up (and you get 2GB of space to start with) and the app is free to use too. It’s a great way to backup things like your photos and videos as you can set the app to auto-upload them once you take them. More advanced users can set their Titanium Backup or Helium backups to go there and you can even share files (in small numbers). There are a number of devices that have Dropbox as a stock app and there are promotions all the time to get you more storage. It’s one of the best free Android apps and everyone should have it.
Get it on Google Play
free best android apps dropbox

Google Drive best free Android appsGoogle Drive

[Price: Free]
Like Dropbox, Google Drive is an excellent solution for those who want some cloud storage. Also like Dropbox, you can pay to get more storage but you do get 15GB to start with. You can store your backups, photos, videos, and pretty much any other file you can think of. Google Drive also has the added benefit of having a small assortment of office-style applications like a word editor and a spreadsheet editor. The only downside is that you have to go download those office apps separately but they are also free Android apps. You can also work on documents with other people in real time. It has a lot of unique features and it’s worth having.
Get it on Google Play

google photos best free Android Apps WeeklyGoogle Photos

[Price: Free]
Google Photos was announced at Google I/O 2015 and it has since quickly become a free application that everyone should have. The app allows you to backup your photos and videos to Google totally free of charge as long as you don’t mind a bit of compression. This is one of the few ways you can backup everything for free without using your own hard drive space. It can be set to backup during different times which is nice.
Get it on Google Play

Google Play Music free Android appsGoogle Play Music

[Price: Free / $9.99/month]
Google Play Music does, in fact, cost money if you plan on using its All Access streaming service. However, it’s not on this list for that service. Google Play Music allows users to upload up to 20,000 of their own songs to the Google Play servers so that you can stream your own music to your device wherever you are and that is totally free of charge. This is a great way to keep your music on your without sacrificing massive amounts of storage space. The only caveat is you need to have at least a semi-decent data connection.
Get it on Google Play
Google Play Music free Android apps

Google Hangouts best free Android apps Google Hangouts

[Price: Free]
Google Hangouts is the epitome of the future in text messaging. It allows you to connect with people and chat totally free of charge, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365.25 days per year. It also supports voice calls, video calls, and you can even have it handle your device’s SMS messages making it a truly impressive, all-in-one messaging service. Plus, all you need to use it is a Google account which every Google Android user already has. The only app that comes close to this functionality is Skype.
Get it on Google Play
Google Hangouts best free android apps

IFTTT best free  android apps increase productivityIf by IFTTT

[Price: Free]
IFTTT stands for “If This Then That” and it’s a productivity app for Android that can do some powerful things. Here is how it works. Say you perform a set of actions on a regular basis. You can use IFTTT to automatically perform those tasks for you. All you have to do is set it up. If you’re stumped as to what kind of things you can do then simply Google Search for IFTTT recipes. Recipes that fit your lifestyle can save you a bunch of time. It has a bit of a learning curve so be prepared for that.
Get it on Google Play
IFTTT 10 best free Android apps

iheartradio - best free android appsiHeartRadio – Internet Radio

[Price: Free]
iHeartRadio is a must have app for all fans of the radio. Instead of relying on an FM transmitter which not all devices have, iHeartRadio relies solely on data to stream practically any radio station you want. You can find stations that play your favorite music or even stations that have your favorite talk radio programs. Along with having thousands of radio stations at your disposal, you’ll also have recommendations catered to your interests and an alarm that will wake you up with your favorite radio station. Just like those old, cheap alarm clocks no one uses anymore but were totally awesome for that one thing.
Get it on Google Play
iheartradio - best free android apps

Amazon Kindle best free Android appsKindle

[Price: Free]
When it comes to eBook readers, there are few that are more popular than the Kindle app. It’s connected to Amazon which means you get a fairly good selection and Prime customers have extended features with the book library. If you’re going for an all-free experience, though, Kindle has an impressive library of free books in the public domain such as the original Dracula, Huckleberry Finn, and others. It’s a great way to get back into reading the classics. It’s also a darn good way to keep your kids busy if you pick up some kid’s books.
Get it on Google Play
Amazon Kindle best Android apps to help kids learn

microsoft office free android appsMicrosoft Office

[Price: Free]
Over the last year Microsoft has been making some big moves on Android. One of them was making their Android version of Microsoft Office totally free. You’ll need the OneDrive app to make full use of it as Microsoft forces you to save everything there. However, you are looking at the Microsoft Office that a lot of people enjoy on desktop. Also, you can get free storage on OneDrive and connect it easily to your Windows computer if need be. If you’re a Microsoft fan, this is the office suite to get. The tablet versions are also totally phenomenal.
Get it on Google Play

pandora best free android appsPandora

[Price: Free]
Pandora is the premiere free music streaming app. In fact, most people reading this probably have either heard of Pandora or already have it downloaded. It’s that popular. For those who don’t know, Pandora lets you create custom radio stations that play music you like. So you can do anything from Christmas music to heavy metal, save the station, and create more. You have to suffer through the occasional commercial and you can only skip tracks so many times, but aside from that it’s a great app and a great way to listen to free music without breaking the law. The only downside is that it only has about 800,000 songs (maybe a little more) which is way less than competing subscription services like Spotify or Google Play All Access.
Get it on Google Play
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Pocket best free android appsPocket

[Price: Free]
Pocket is a very interesting application. Instead of working to provide you with news and content from the internet, it makes the user do it. Here’s how it works. You find a video, article, or some other content online that you’d like to see or reference again. You simply share it to Pocket and Pocket will remember it for you. Consider it like a proprietary bookmarks app, except way better. You tell it to remember things you like and it’ll remember it so you can go back and view it any time. It’s a must have app for people who love to browse the web.
Get it on Google Play

PushBullet free Android appsPushbullet

[Price: Free]
Pushbullet is an application that allows you to connect your computer to your Android device. You download this app and then the matching Chrome extension and then get everything connected. Once that’s done, your notifications will show up on your computer as well as your phone so you’ll always know what your phone is buzzing about. Over the last year, Pushbullet has also worked hard to allow you to interact with notifications such as answering texts and messages from some types of services like Whatsapp. It’s a great way to get your computer and phone connected.
Get it on Google Play

Best free Android appsSpotify

[Price: Free]
Spotify has undergone a number of huge updates in the last two years. Not only do mobile users get the same features as the desktop users, but there have been added features such as videos, radio stations, and other improvements and added features. It’s probably the best music streaming site out there and it’s totally free to use as long as you don’t mind the occasional advertisement.
Get it on Google Play
spotify best free android apps

theScore free android appstheScore

[Price: Free]
If you’re more into sports, theScore is one of the best free Android apps available. A couple of years ago I wouldn’t have said so but the developers have really put the pedal to the metal and improved things. Now the app is updated in or around every major sporting event (including the beginning of sporting seasons) to add more features and more targeted content. The app is gorgeously designed, has a lot of awesome features for every sport, and you better believe they’ll be doing something special for your favorite sporting events. It’s also totally free.
Get it on Google Play
theScore free android apps

Swiftkey icon free Android appsSwiftKey Keyboard

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Early in 2014, SwiftKey did a bold move and went free. That officially makes it the best third party keyboard available in terms of sheer features and functionality. There are in app purchases but the only thing SwiftKey is asking you to pay for are some themes. The free version comes with a number of themes included and the entire core app is totally free to use. Its text prediction is among the best in the industry as is its auto correction (once it learns your typing habits). People who are sick of the stock keyboard would do well to try this one out.
Get it on Google Play

Todoist best free Android appsTodoist: To-Do List

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Todoist is a task list application for Android that is free to use. One of the best uses for smartphones is as an always-there way to remind you that you need to do stuff. Of course, the best way to take advantage of that is to have an app. Todoist is packed with features, has an easy to use interface, and it has cross platform apps so you can access it anywhere. The premium version holds a few of the more basic features but you can get by just fine on the free version if you’re a casual user.
Get it on Google Play

VLC best free android appsVLC for Android

[Price: Free]
VLC has been a trusted media player on desktop for a very long time and now it’s available for Android. It left beta some time ago and it has taken its place among the best free media players on the market. It’s predominately used as a video player and that’s great since Android has so few good ones. This is open source and totally free so if you’re looking for a cheap media player, this is what you want.
Get it on Google Play

zedge best free Android appsZedge

[Price: Free]
If you need some wallpapers or ringtones and you don’t want to pay for them, Zedge is where you want to be. It features hundreds of thousands of ringtones and wallpapers that you can surf through and use. It also recently underwent a total re-design to a new interface that makes it easier to use and look better. So if you haven’t yet, grab up Zedge.
Get it on Google Play

Wrap up

If there are any free Android apps that we missed and we really shouldn’t have, leave us a comment and let us know! The app atmosphere changes almost every day so there’s a chance we may have missed one or two!

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  • Dr Tashique Alam

    timely alarm clock

    • JosephHindy

      Aww darn I can’t complain about Timely anymore because it is totally free now :P

      I had this list written before that happened…maybe I’ll have to update it early :)

      • Dr Tashique Alam


      • Luka Mlinar

        Here we go again :D

    • Bone

      Can’t believe they made it free just after I bought it. :)

      Oh well, they deserve my monah,

      • Lisandro O Oocks

        Google made it free.
        It’s always good to wait for good apps to be bought out, and become free right after.
        At least Timely wasn’t $15 like Quickoffice was.

  • Mick Collingwood

    Google Keep, VLC, Feedly, Padgram, G Cloud. The list goes on and on. The ones posted though are good for people who recently received or bought an android device over the holiday season.

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      • Lisandro O Oocks

        Good point?!

    • May WOOD

      Hey,there’s lots of use new to the Android OS, and yes we DO need a bit of advice and guidance. Wish I had a Android gurue that could advise on apps and programs that I need, should have, and what I should not have. I could also use some advice on how to get apps,pictures, and such onto the SD card. I have one installed, and “Write to Card” is checked, but nothing seems to be writing to it and I keep getting “insufficient memory” messages!

  • MasterMuffin

    X-plore > ES. X-plore may look ugly, but it’s the most powerful file manager (for example: it’s the only file manager that I’ve found that can modify zip files without extracting them)

    • bungadudu

      Solid Explorer > everything else.

      • MasterMuffin

        Used to be but not anymore. X-plore is completely free with no ads

    • Abd

      FX Explorer is also excellent. It can copy/delete TWRP backup files where X-plore, ES, Solid, and most other file managers cant. It also has indexed search.


      • MasterMuffin

        I used to use FX, but X-plore and root explorer still work better. I’m currently using root explorer because I got it for free and it’s amazing :)

        • Marco Biasin

          +1 for x plore. It lacks nothing, and the tree panel let me see lots of files with one glance

  • Jayfeather787

    Thanks for adding ES! I said that a couple articles ago. It may not be the best, but it is my personal favorite. It does everything I need it to do. I also like hangouts and I use drive a lot too. Thanks android authority, great article!

  • strangefruit

    Google Keep is a quiet minimalist gem. Taptu is another favourite

  • Jules

    Only thing I can’t stand with ES Explorer is the lack of a dark theme. At night the blinding white background forces me to use File Manager HD instead. Every app should have a dark theme period. Also a lot of Google’s apps such as Keep and Google Drive lack that.

    • Mick Collingwood

      You should check out https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.blackout.updater

      Because I use a device with an OLED display I try and use as many apps who have dark themes available. The app I linked to contains links to blacked out versions of many popular apps.

    • AzraelDeathwing

      I also thought ES file explorer lacked a dark theme but when i fiddled with menu>themes you can click on default theme and voila I finally found “set background color” You can even use a wallpaper and change font and folder color.

  • Data

    Surprised no mention of browsers… I would add Dolphin Browser and Next Browser to the list.

  • Mike Reid


    I still prefer TuneIn for streaming.

    >Instead of relying on an FM transmitter which not all devices have

    You mean “receiver”.

    Close enough, but technically, almost every Android device has FM receiver hardware, in a BT/WiFi/FM combo chip. But most devices disable this in essentially unchangeable hardware, by grounding the FM antenna pin, instead of routing it through 1 cent worth of parts to the wired headset.

  • Siphiwe

    TuneIn Radio, another awesome radio app! You should have made reference Joe, it’s really good.

  • Chris Harris

    I’d add songza to the list :)

  • chris M
  • Judge holden.

    Mx player, flipboard, airdroid.

  • Muhammad Adham

    Appsales can track which apps is on sale and you can also bookmark any paid apps to wait for it to be sales and appsales will notify you..

    • John A

      That’s an interesting app. Just downloaded it now. Cheers.

  • Albin

    A good list, for the things I’m interested in having these are mainly the apps I use. CamScanner says the free version watermarks scans and has ads. I’ve settled on “Scan to PDF” which is more basic but works very well without the nuisances.

    Also Dropbox doubled its size recently, too big for my low storage phone, and since I have a Skydrive account with free 25gb I just relocated my Dropbox inside it and use the small, efficient Skydrive app on the phone, while retaining Dropbox service which syncs with Linux and Windows as well.

    aCalendar is a very good free lightweight sync with Google Calendar (Cal is not compatible with my phone.)

    As a Canadian, I’m more interested in accurate Environment Canada weather than anonymous services, and there’s a fine, simple app called “Canada Weather” by an obscure developer Metsoft that does the trick, free without ads.

    I use MXPlayer for video, stock app is fine for stored music files. Streaming services depend on taste – I like Sky.fm and the associated Jazzradio apps.

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  • alexe

    Great list, android got much better free apps than iOS.

  • Jeff

    Good list of some of the “must have” basic downloads. One of my new favorites for video storage and sharing – free to download with limited storage available but you can upgrade if need be: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.real.RealPlayerCloud&hl=en

  • Guest

    great list

  • Marym Mahmoud

    Great list of best apps i did not thought you would mention Zedge & Clean Master i like these 2 apps , while i was searching for android apps i found this website . it may be useful for you
    thanks and waiting for such great lists of android apps

  • FoxG

    Zedge is horrible, full of copywritten pictures stolen from deviante

  • http://the-bestselection.blogspot.com/ Muhammad Aasim Arain

    Great List. I have tried some of these free apps. Take a look on Mine lists here http://the-bestselection.blogspot.com

  • pankaj thakur

    I found this app which has very selected and best apps… some of apps are unique I wonder how I missed those ones.


  • oneSafe

    oneSafe Essentials is a free app that let your store your usernames and passwords in one safe place: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lunabee.onesafeessentials

    • Art Carnage

      I prefer KeePass 2 (on the PC) and KeePass2Android. I had been using an ancient password manager from the Windows 3.2 days, that would no longer run on a modern OS. However KeePass among its many import schemes was one specifically written for that old program. I was up and running in minutes. After I set it to sync through Google Drive (Dropbox works too), encrypted of course, I can create a new entry on my phone, and it’s automatically available on my PC, and vice versa. And best of all… free! free! free!

  • Andy Shine

    great list, but I miss some apps
    I have found great apps here http://veemo.net/must-have-android-apps after switching from iPhone

  • Randy

    so funny that you said “listen to music without breaking the law”. i have nver given a cent to listen to music. Cheer~ yes , you are right. it’s legal not to pay for music in China .

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  • Johnatan

    i like Kingsoft Office, this apps is free 100% and his functionalyy very well. i can’t find the better alternative. 5 Star rate for the developer off the Apps. This Stuff is very good i will Try to install Dropbox, i hope will love it

  • Sandeep Sandy

    Picsart is a great app. It is more like a mini Photoshop..:)

  • Shankar Kumar

    Also check out this amazing chat app by the name Photo4tune which is available for download on Playstore. It has the popular features of fire messaging and self destruct photos! Must try it out if you love chatting.

  • mrlogin

    MX Player

  • Anonymousfella

    Also add Timely and MX Video Player. They are the best clock and video app respectively.

  • Antreas Arkoudi

    i have some of that apps

  • Anonymousfella

    You don’t really need a Antivirus if you stick to Google Play and avoid shady russian and chinese app stores. Clean Master also has an security section to scan for malicious apps so that can also do the job!

    • John Doe

      Fact: even Google Play store can allow some crafty app makers to list their malware there ;-)

    • JosephHindy

      A lot of people sideload apps…which is another way to get it. Also going to shifty sites and clicking on shifty ads (and then installing apps from ads) can do it too. It’s not that people are stupid, they just don’t have the tech experience that you or I have.

      Better safe than sorry for most folks.

  • IceCube

    You forgot WAZE!!!!!

    • Art Carnage

      No, they reviewed Google Maps.

      • IceCube

        Actually aren’t the same. (I know big G bought the waze team) and I think you need it installed to have all the traffic notification on maps (not only the standard one)

        • Art Carnage

          There had to be one person who didn’t get the joke.

  • John Doe

    You guys forgot to mention that Amazon’s own app now allows users to stream Amazon’s movies, on any compatible Android device. Making Amazon’s own smartphones and tablets completely redundant now (I really hope they’ll start wasting money on their own hardware devices and will instead make the Prime membership cheaper or put it to other, more practical use).

  • Thomas N Reedy

    A ‘meh’ review, as the younger set would say. Same old stock apps ripped directly from Google Play including the worst-ever music player!

  • Antonio V Pereira

    Where are Greenify and AirDroid?

  • Malhar Nagori

    i cant help but notice that the picture associated with microsoft office has an iPad… just saying!

  • Kadi MeSter Choc

    Jungle Boy is an easy game. There are many variety items in game
    screen. The boy wants to eat the eatable items and avoid the bad items
    by rolling over

    Game Should to test

  • U

    Samsung device from SGS 2+ untill S5 + Note 2-3 will recvie free 50GB from dropbox for 2 years!!

    just create an account with in the build in app (only there) you will recive an email with clime 48GB for free (2GB free by defult)

    do the 5-7 steps with your PC (only) and done.

    you forget many other good non-buildin apps like “cerberus” anti thefe…and more…

  • Snackpack

    Um…your “The Score” app screen shots are for the ‘Bleacher Report’ app…

    • JosephHindy

      Not anymore it’s not lol. Sorry that was my bad :)

  • [S]unjΔy of Equestria

    Anitvirus on Android and Clean master are jokes.

    • Art Carnage

      Clean Master just freed up 28% of my internal card’s memory. No joke.

      • [S]unjΔy of Equestria

        You could’ve freed up that with the settings app.

  • Vincentius Phang

    Im still not convinced why should i have google translate app instead of the web app

    • Art Carnage

      With the app, you can just use your phone’s camera to input the data you want to translate, or just speak it into the mic. Or scribble it on screen with your finger.

  • Art Carnage

    No music on Tune In? So why does it have a music category, handily labeled “Music”? And VLC will no doubt eventually be as good as its PC version, but until then, MX Player is a much better choice.

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  • yep

    thanks for pushbullet!!! works awesome! almost like apples new ios 8 feature!!! lol.

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  • Android Developer

    About “Super Bright FlashLight”, I think you should notice that it has plenty of permissions without explanations for their purpose.
    It’s supposed to be a flashlight…
    I’d prefer “Tesla flashlight” just for that.

    • Nathan H

      Another one that is great is published by Flashlight Factory – it’s called Galaxy S4 LED Flashlight, but it works on my S2. The light comes on when the app opens. No frills and no strange permissions. Just a flashlight.

      • Android Developer

        I don’t know what is going on, but my post was a comment to someone. There is no reason I’d write such a weird post.
        Anyway, about the app you’ve suggested, it’s good, but “Tesla flashlight” doesn’t use the internet at all, while this one does.
        Also, “Tesla flashlight” has a widget for easy toggle of the light, while “Galaxy S4 LED Flashlight” doesn’t.

  • Amira

    Tune in radio has music as well, it’s not only talk radio. It’s possibly my favourite app.

  • Albin

    I’ll note my usual beef that a lot of these apps are just locally installed web sites that need internet connectivity, and where there’s a decent working browser page I bookmark that instead of the nuisance of perpetually downloading and installing updates to the apps. Apps are only better for offline functionality and I look forward to the day the geniuses figure that out and focus on browser optimization.

    I’ve found DropSync more configurable and lighter on resources than the native Dropbox app, and the developer now has one for MS OneDrive. For basic Google Calendar sync to get rid of an unneeded widget, I’ve just replaced aCalendar with small and light Touch Calendar.

  • Scott Alan Bacon

    I just recently found Quickclick and love it. A great little tool that lets you assign your volume buttons for quick access to stuff. With phone locked I can quickly call my wife, start music or turn on flashlight, I even have one set so I can turn on the video camera…very important when you have a two year old doing funny stuff you don’t want to miss.

  • Poopik Shmill

    Try it and you’ll ask yourself how I managed without it?!

  • Mark Luna

    Life Time Alarm Clock is a pretty good one.

  • Haris Saleem

    No airdroid? Really?

    • Rohan J Singh

      pushbullet does the same and more

  • Rohan J Singh

    quickpic app for gallery is a must too .. should have been there on the list

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  • Chetana

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  • Chetana

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  • Aaron

    The Android Authority App!!!!! Lol

  • Stanislav Dmitriev

    Cabinet, Wally, GetSwipe – are the ones missing for me here :)

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  • heyriad

    They are also on my list. :)
    Aplikasi Android

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  • June Wang

    Letterplex is a magically addictive word & puzzle game. Play at your own risk because you’ll be drawn in. Highly recommended. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.infinite_imagination.letterplex&hl=en

  • chris

    IF you want the THE MOST SIMPLE FLASHLIGHT APP for android – get it right here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=best.flashlight.app

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  • Ravi

    Some apps that are mentioned above seem to consume lot of battery. I tried my part to find the 10 best and useful apps on the store..These are not the 10 popular apps. But these are 10 best useful apps. Check them out here -> http://bit.ly/13OXcvV

  • Ab

    Great list! I also like using Smart Shield VPN – lets me use whatever sites I want at school and also keeps my data safe from wifi. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.magneticmediastudios.vpn&hl=en

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    very cool

  • MrNew Null

    Good apps. Came across another Notes and Password lock app for Android.


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  • Jenifer gibson

    I think this apps is essential for android,tab and iPhone…You can also see it.Top free android apps

  • Colvin Warner

    Thanks for such a nice list. Proofhub’s android is also very useful for monitoring projects. I have just started using it for my projects. Very useful app.

  • Amshu Patel

    Uniq Mobile Finder is a great application for getting your lost or stolen mobile phone. I got my lost phone and I just loved it, it worked like a magic for me for getting back my phone when I lost it. I challenge this is going to be one of the best app in 2015. Must use app for every device.

  • Steve Long

    Ask any questions to this app which is world’s first answering engine The Light Apphttp://www.thelightapp.com/ . The app gives answers to any of ur questions from the web and from experts saving your time which you spend on the net searching for answershttp://goo.gl/I5KcqJ

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    Try the world’s first answering engine app The light App http://www.thelightapp.com/ which gives exact answers to any of your questions from the web and from experts saving your time and giving you exact answers to all your doubts http://goo.gl/I5KcqJ

  • Dhruv Tiwari

    Using Mx player would also be a good choice..
    You can check mine blog must have apps

  • lovas94

    Hi all! Has anyone tried Pozzr (pozzr.com)? Looks like a great tool.

  • Molan James

    Samsung has launched apps that will let you experience the features of the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ on your current smartphone. Chek here http://www.smartphonestutorials.com/experience-the-features-of-the-galaxy-note-5-and-galaxy-s6-edge-on-your-current-smartphone/

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