So, finally you have got your Android phone! Be it a flagship Samsung Galaxy S6 or a budget friendly Moto G, the device is best utilized only when you have all the right apps on it.
Before you start meddling with other areas and fill up the storage space, install these must have apps first because without them you could never survive, at least in this digital era. They will make your life easier and will let you enjoy entertainment the way you prefer.
The first and foremost notepad app that is a must have on any Android device. Google Keep lets you make pin up notes, use different colors to mark them and it is a quick program which is highly responsive even in phones with low powered processor or RAM.
Easily, the best word and excel editor that you could get for free on your Android phone. Microsoft Office mobile is a boon for every user. All your documents, excel sheets and presentations can now readily be accessed on your phone with a wide range of features.
You may find this tedious to start backing up stuff from day one but at one point of time when you lose everything, you will thank the gods or the developers for making Helium. It lets you to easily backup Android content to your computer or even a cloud storage.
Ever heard of Feedly? We all browse the web to stay updated on our favorite news on select topics but visiting every website individually is too annoying. Subscribing to Feedly will save you a lot of time and you can even add some colorful widgets to fill up your home screen. Topics include movies, technology, gaming, pictures and many more.
The gallery apps are not the best on Android even in Lollipop which is when QuickPic becomes a great alternative to use. The app has a great user interface, arranges your photos in a nice friendly style and has many ways to organize your collection.
A multi-purpose file manager app, ES File Explorer not only allows you to install APK files but also has Chromecast features to stream content on your HDTV and even lets you watch movies from your hard disk. Read our featured coverage on the same to use the feature.