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Top 10 best free Android apps

Top 10 best free Android apps

here is the Top 10 best free Android apps suitably increases the flexibility in using your android phones

10.Weather

Top 10 best free Android apps

Top 10 best free Android apps

[Price: Free ]
Weather is about as complete of a weather app as you can find.

It’s wrapped up in a very attractive tabbed design and there are even a variety of weather widgets that come along with it.

It comes with all kinds of stuff including current conditions, forecasts, radar, predictions, fun facts about meteorology, graphs, and evne a sun and moon tracker.

 

 

9.AppLock

Top 10 best free Android apps

Top 10 best free Android apps

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
AppLock is a free Android app that comes with a lot of options.

The choice is yours. The app itself is a simple, but powerful app that allows you to lock your apps up tight with passwords so that snooping eyes can’t see them.

You can pay for it, get premium features, and no advertising. Or you can view advertising, get the premium features, and not pay anything. Finally, you can use it ad-free, but without premium features.

This is great if you have nosy roommates, kids, or if you just want some piece of mind.

8.cloudmagic

Top 10 best free Android apps

Top 10 best free Android apps

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
CloudMagic Email is arguably the most versatile email client on Android. With it, you create a CloudMagic account and then sign into all of your email addresses.

It comes with a simple, but effective design and has a variety of features such as plugins for Todoist, Evernote, OneNote, Asana, and others. It’s a powerful email client and one that you should check out.

If your device gets lost or stolen or you buy a new device, you just have to log into CloudMagic and all of your email will follow you.

 

 

7.evernote

evernote

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Evernote is a note taking application and it’s one of the best. It comes with a ton of features, including the ability to sync to the cloud for easy access on your computer or other mobile devices.

There are premium features that you can pay for, but the free version is more than enough unless you’re a seriously intense user.

You can take a variety of notes, including lists, regular notes, video notes, audio notes, and combinations of all of them

6.Google Drive

Top 10 best free Android apps

Top 10 best free Android apps

[Price: Free]
The apps include Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Sheets, Google Photos, and Google Keep along with the actual Google Drive app itself.

The Google Drive suite are a group of applications that are all directly integrated into Google Drive.

The best part is that they’re all free unless you need more than 15GB of storage on Google Drive. Most people don’t.

5.google opinion rewards

Top 10 best free Android apps

Top 10 best free Android apps

[Price: Free]
Google Opinion Rewards is one of the most woefully underrated apps in the Google Play Store. To use this app, you simply download and install it, then open it one time.

After that, the app will periodically notify you to ask you some questions. You’ll get credit for use in the Google Play Store every time you answer a survey.

That means that this isn’t just a great free app, but it helps you get free paid apps without having to pirate anything! Do beware that any credit earned is removed after 12 months so don’t wait forever to spend!

4.groupon

groupon

[Price: Free]
Groupon is one of the best and most popular coupon apps available on Android. Using this application is very simple.

You can track which coupons you’ve used, take advantage of deals instantly, and a lot more. The design isn’t half bad either.

You browse it for coupons for goods or services you want and then you take those coupons shopping with you in order to get discounts. It doesn’t have coupons for every little thing but any penny saved is a penny earned.

 

3.myfitnesspal

Top 10 best free Android apps

Top 10 best free Android apps

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
MyFitnessPal is one of the best health-oriented applications available on the market.

It covers a wide range of healthy lifestyle needs including a calorie counting database with over 5,000,000 foods, a recipe importer so you can create your own cookbook, exercise regimes, integration with other apps and fitness hardware, and personalized recommendations based on your diet or needs.

It’s a great app to have around if you want to live a more healthy life and most of its features are entirely free.

2.LastPass Password Manager

lastpass-password-manager

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
LastPass is one of the most prominent, popular, and feature-filled password managers that you can get.

The application will encrypt and store your passwords for every app and website you subscribe to and keep them safe behind your master password. The app can also suggest passwords, auto-fill your details into sites and apps, take notes, securely hide photos, and a lot more.

It’s a powerful application and it’s free to use on mobile. You will have to pay for it if you want to sync between mobile and your computer.

1.swiftkey keyboard

swiftkey-keyboard

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
SwiftKey is one of the best keyboards available on Android and it’s entirely free to use.

It comes with world class prediction that works most of the time, various customization options including keyboard height, a dedicated number row, and emoji settings.

You can even check out your heat map and see how inaccurately you type. There are themes available as well, but they will cost you money.

Everything else about the app is free. SwiftKey is owned by Microsoft now so we’ll see how that turns out.

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