July is ending, We’ve picked 5 Android apps from google play store which you should try. Some are new, and others have been standbys on this list for years. Regardless, we’re certain that any and all of these apps will make your life easier, and help you get the most out of your Android device. Check out below.
5 apps you need to try:
Messaging is a big part of all of our lives, and you likely have at least a few messaging apps on your device. Switching between those apps, however, can be a little annoying. That’s where Keybase steps in — sign in to your Twitter, Reddit, Facebook, and Github accounts, and you’ll be able to chat with other users straight from the app. Not only that, but messaging is encrypted — so you don’t need to worry about snooping or hacking.
CineTrak is an entirely new app aimed at helping you build a watch list of movies and track how well they’re reviewed. The difference between this app and others, however, is that it pulls reviews from a range of different sources, including IMDB, Metacritic, Rotten Tomatoes, and more — so if you’re not totally convinced by one review, you can check out the others. Not only that, but you can review the movies yourself, straight from the app.
Looking for a cleaner web browsing experience that ensures that no one else is watching? While many web browsers offer an incognito mode or private web browsing, they may not offer as many features as Firefox Focus — which boasts a built-in ad blocker, and a clutter-free interface. Not only that, but it will forget your browsing history whenever you want at the tap of a button — including passwords and cookies.
Audio editing is slowly becoming more possible on mobile, and Timbre is here to make it a little easier. It’s not as powerful as desktop audio editing tools, but it’s still a great way to cut and convert MP3s on your phone. The app even has video features, including the ability to cut out portions of a video and convert certain video formats.
Wrappup Smart Voice Recorder
There are a ton of voice recording apps out there, but many of them are pretty basic — simply hit record and you’ll be recording. Wrappup takes things a step further, thanks to the ability to add notes, tag highlights, and even summarize a recording with tags, all on the fly. It’s a dream for those that use their phone for things like interviews and meetings.
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