Today, Apps play a central role in determining the awesome-ness of a Smartphone/OS. There are millions of apps out there, and most of the times people don’t even know what to download etc. Tons of great apps out there that you should really have on your phone. So I decided to post about some five apps that I use daily on my Android phone, the Galaxy Nexus.
These are some really great apps, that would make things simpler and a lot more beautiful on your phone. So here goes (in no particular order)
A to-do list manager at its best, and certainly one of the BEST ones out there for Android. The UI is just brilliant and it does the tasks really well. If you want a great To-Do list, You’ll love this one. Also this syncs with your Google Tasks
This app is a MUST-HAVE app for any android user. Air Droid is a PC Suite kind of an app, but all wireless. With Air Droid you can manage the contents of your Android device with any Computer, and no matter what OS your Computer runs on, because this is a Web Based suite. You can transfer files to and fro also check your SMS, calls etc. I just love this app. Really has made transferring stuff a breeze
3. ES File Explorer:
Like I said earlier, there are millions of apps out there but how many are actually really good, same goes with File Managers. ES File Manager is one of the best out there, having a really good layout and UI, so that you can view all the files and data on your SD card and phone memory with no extra work.
Battery life on Android phones is one of the most debateable topics out there, But whether good or bad battery life, how would you know how much juice you’ve got left since you charged, etc. ?
Hence the app – BatteryMinder although the name suggests its a ‘power saver’ kind of an app, I really use it to monitor how much Charge I’ve got left in %. You can have a widget on the homescreen like many other apps, or have it stay in the notification area al the time and show you the Battery Charge percentage. Also it’ll alert you when the battery is low, charged etc. After a few uses i't’ll estimate the amount of time you’ve got with the charge levels of the battery which is pretty much accurate.
The BEST Read it later app out there. I previously used Instapaper which is really good as well. But Pocket is just the best. Install it, sign in/up and then you’re done. Like a page which you want to read later, just hit Pocket from the share option in the browser, and its saved to your account. Whether on PC, Phone, Tablet its just amazing.
So there you go, 5 apps that are really handy and useful everyday. All the download links are available and redirect you to the Google Play store, and I’m sure it’ll launch the Play store if you’re viewing this on your mobile devices.
I have some more posts about apps coming up so stay tuned. Also like always make sure you share this post any where/how you can so that it reaches out to more people and they can know as well!
leave in some comments about the apps I suggested here, incase you have better ones or anything you’d like to say. Until next time. Cya!