Top 5 Android Apps For Newcomers

Top 5 Android Apps For Newcomers

  • 2016-09-01
  • 88

Top 5 Android Apps For Newcomers

Are you new to Android smartphone? Don’t know which apps to install on your Android smartphone that will be helpful in your daily life?

With hundreds of apps (free and paid) available for download from Google Play Store, we have selected some of the Android apps that a beginner should have on their smartphone.

In no particular order, given below are the top 5 Android apps for beginners. Kindly note that the apps given below are based on user needs, download rates, and reviews. However, this list could vary for each person depending on their need.

Do shopping on the go or from the comfort of your home or office with these great online shopping apps. Download the app and purchase anything online from these portals like clothes, electronics, books, mobiles and much more and get them delivered at your doorstep or any other place in the world.

2. Spotify

For those who love music, this is the app that one should definitely have on their smartphone. Spotify is an online music service that lets you play songs from a library of more than 20 million tracks, build playlists, and get recommendations from other members or from Spotify’s own suggestion engine. The free streaming option lets you listen to any artist collection or playlist. However, to play a particular song on demand, you will need to upgrade to $9.99 per month Spotify Premium, a tier that also grants unlimited skips, the new Running tool, commercial-free music, and an offline listening mode. The app also has a radio option and a sync option that allows you to listen to music when you are offline too.

3. Uber or Ola Cab

Forget long queues or reservations for hiring a cab, as you can now get a reliable ride in minutes ranging from low-cost to premium. Just download any of the two apps, Uber or Ola Cab to save your precious time. Both these apps can be used in most major cities and some non-major cities also. You can also create your account using cash, credit card, PayPal, or Android Pay and your fare will be charged automatically at the end of your ride.

4. Evernote

Evernote is a cross-platform, freemium app designed for note taking, organizing, and archiving. The app allows users to create a “note” which can be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten “ink” note. Notes can also have file attachments. Notebooks can be added to a stack while notes can be sorted into a notebook, tagged, annotated, edited, given comments, searched, and exported as part of a notebook. Mobile-specific features, such as snapping pictures of business cards or documents and automatically saving them as the appropriate file types, work reliably.

5. PicsArt

PicsArt (aka PicsArt Photo Studio) brings features of Adobe Photoshop and is your best choice for making amazing photo edits and photo collages, capturing images with the camera, creating digital drawings, and communicating with a global community of creative people. It is a powerful mobile photo editor, providing a wide array of photo editing tools such as a crop tool, photo blending, clone tool, and enhancement tool, text overlays, image overlays, layer editing, photo filters, camera layers, and hundreds of customizable brush filters, masks, shape masks, and more. It also includes thousands of themed clipart images, stickers, frames, filters, and collage frames.

If you found this post interesting, follow and support us.

Suggest for you:

Android Studio Course. Build Apps. Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Android: From Beginner to Paid Professional

Java & Android Masterclass: 40 Hours of HD Content

Android Development with Appcelerator Titanium - Quick Start

Step-by-Step Android App Development: Build Your First App

Don't miss the useful information via E-mail.

Note: We respect your privacy. You can unsubscribe at any time. We hate SPAM as much as you do!