Android Apps are easy to make for developers and getting them online. With every week there are newer apps that are added to Android Environment.We bring some of the apps that believe are useful and delightful to use as always. These are Top 5 Apps for Android 3rd week of August 2015
Top 5 Apps for Android 3rd week of August 2015
Looks like Spotify has found its way back to the list. This app is kind of free. This application currently with playlist and radio combo for users who do not want tomake payment for their services but still want to use it on their android mobile, a new tablet interface has also been developed that has a lot in common with the free desktop browser player. So yes, it is kind of free.
With the premium version the adverts are done away with, the audio quality is improved and provides features such as offline play. The premium version is really worth the subscription.
It’s good to note that Spotify was listed for app of the year at the TechRadar Phone Awards.
2. Microsoft Translator
This app is the Microsoft version of Google translator. It is aimed to be an alternative to the Google’s famous translator. If you are stuck in an unknown country and want to communicate then this app can be of your help. It’s fast and has ability to display the results on the screen of the Smartphone or on any Android Wear Smartwatch
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.
If you don’t want to use your phone while browsing on your pc, then Pushbullet could be the app for you. Download it to your phone and get the extension for your browser and any notifications that appear on your handset will also appear on your computer screen.So not only will your calendar reminders pop up but you’ll also be able to see who is texting or calling and decide whether it’s worth replying before you have look at your phone. You can even send or reply to texts from your computer and mute notifications from apps which you’re not interested in seeing.You can also use push bullet to send files from your computer to your phone just as easily as you can send from your phone to your computer.
This is a free app but has a premium version that will set you back $4.99. CloudPlayer, as the name suggests, lets you stream music you have stored in the cloud. You might argue that Google Play Music has been successfully doing for years which is true, but with CloudPlayer you can link up all your cloud services accounts like OneDrive, Dropbox and Google Drive and access all of them in one place.It also supports both Chromecast and AirPlay which lets you stream files in lossless quality, to top it all, it’s got all the basics you’d expect from a music player, like an equalizer, shuffle and playlists. Most of features are free but others require a one-time payment which only costs $4.99to upgrade to premium.