Top 5 Android apps for Second week of August 2015

Top 5 Android apps for Second week of August 2015

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As we get to the middle of the month, things have changed since the last time we brought you the best performing apps. But this is the status quo in the world of apps with new apps being developed while existing ones get updated, nothing stays the same for long.Let us get to Top 5 Android apps for Second week of August 2015

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Top 5 Android apps for Second week of August 2015

1. Periscope
Periscope is twitters live video streaming app and has made its way to Android and it’s an essential download for anyone who likes the timeliness of Twitter but still has a thing for something more visual.Anyone can easily create their own live streams or watch other people’s, comment and add hearts in real time. If you happen to miss the action there’s a 24 hour window which you can use to replay to streams. It’s simple enough to a first time user to get going immediately and has enough to it that you’ll keep coming back, whether you are a creator or viewer.Listed for app of the year at the TechRadar Phone Awards.

2. WhatsApp
The instant messaging giant that is WhatsApp is a must have Android app, especially if the people you message most frequently to use it as well. What the app does is simple – it takes over text messaging on your mobile, routing messages through any Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G connection instead. Which means no more SMS needed, no size restrictions, also as a bonus, images are sent at a decent resolution.Winner of app of the year at the TechRadar Phone Awards.

3. Timehop
In character, social media is fleeting, but Timehop is all about digging up treasured memories from the past. You link it to whatever social media services you frequent, be it Facebook, twitter, google+ or any other (and your on-device photos) and it shows you what happened those many years ago on today’s date.Listed for app of the year at the TechRadar Phone Awards.

4. Instagram
Instagram is the best app for quickly taking photos, editing them by adding quirky filters and sharing them with people. Over 300 million people use Instagram and thanks to the social aspects and easy to use interface it’s easy to see why it’s such a big deal.You can easily add your photos to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, google+ and more with just a few taps, hence no platform restriction in this app.Listed for app of the year at the TechRadar Phone Awards.

5. Snapseed
Google’s free photo editing app Snapseed is one of the best tools you can get for your Android device to edit your photos and make them look better than ever before.You can manually tweak your images or let Snapseed do all of the hard work with settings such as Auto Correct as well as a number of ready to use filters and effects.Listed for app of the year at the TechRadar Phone Awards.

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