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Top 21 best Android apps of 2018

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This Article Show 's You Top Best Android apps on 2018 & all time.There are a ton of Android apps on the Internet. People downloaded them billions of times. Some of them cost money and some of them don’t. However, there are plenty of amazing options that don’t cost you anything. Here’s your chance to stock up on some truly excellent stuff. These Mention are the best free Android apps for Android 2018 & All Time.




LastPass Password Manager
 
LastPass is one of those must-have Android apps. It's a password manager that lets you save your login credentials in a safe, secure way.. It has cross-platform support so you can use it on computers, mobile devices, tablets, or whatever. There are others, but LastPass always feels like it's one step ahead. Additionally, the premium version is cheap. You can also grab LastPass Authenticator to go along with it for added security. On top of that, it can help generate nearly impossible passwords for you to use on your accounts. It's all controlled with a master password There are other great options like 1Password. However, LastPass just seems to work so well.

Tasker
 
Tasker is a glorious application if you have the patience to learn how to use the app. . It’s difficult to truly explain what this app can do because it can do so many things. Between the apps supported, plugins you an add, and the sheer volume of stuff that you can do, there aren't many apps out there as useful as this one. IFTTT is another excellent automation app. In some cases, it may even be What it does is allow users to create custom made commands and then use them in various places. There are many apps out there that have Tasker support and you can even use Tasker to create very complex commands for NFC tagsetter than Tasker.

SwiftKey
 
SwiftKey Keyboard is one of the most powerful and customizable third-party keyboards available.  It’s a free download and you can purchase themes for it if you want to. Other features include a dedicated number row, SwiftKey Flow which allows for gesture typing, multiple language support, cross-device syncing of your library and much more.It hit the market several years ago with a predictive engine unlike anything any other keyboard had and the app has grown a lot of over the years. It’s about as good as it gets in the keyboard space. It’s true that Microsoft now owns SwiftKey, but so far they have managed not to mess it up. Gboard, Google's keyboard app, is also exceptionally good.

FlipBoard

If you love curated news and updates, Flipboard is the perfect app.Throughout the day, Flipboard updates with the best stories, allowing you to flip to find whatever you’d like to read. The app allows you to follow publications and topics you’re passionate about. Its redesign makes it look slicker than ever.

TInder

Tinder is the ultimate dating app for mobile users, thanks to its location-centric features, and regardless of what its reputation may be, it’s still a great way to meet people. Your next match could be a swipe right away.

Plex VR

Plex is a great way to create a media server in your home, and now you can experience all your content in VR. Using Plex VR, you can watch content with up to three other people at the same time, and the app supports both 180-degree and 360-degree video. It’s also super-easy to use if you already have a Plex account. 

Perfect VIewer

While primarily a comic book reader/library management app, Perfect Viewer also functions as PDF viewer, ebook reader, and image viewer. It can be connected to Google Drive, DropBox, or OneDrive to access your library, and is one of the best options for side-loading your digital comics and books. 

Tumblr

The Tumblr app makes it easy for you to share anything from anywhere. You can post any kind of content to multiple blogs, save drafts for later, schedule posts, and then join in the discussion. 

WordPress

This app mirrors the functionality on your WordPress blog and helps you create and edit posts. It’s a simplified version that’s easy to use, and it also displays reactions to your latest articles. 

Trucaller

Truecaller’s caller ID works great because of its growing community of users who tag numbers and report spammers – but it’s now even better because it added two handy features. The first lets you send and receive money from your contacts via UPI in India; the second lets you scan numbers printed on paper or billboards, or even scribbled on a napkin, to call and save for later. It’s now become one of the first apps I install when setting up a new phone.

Datally

Datally is designed to give you control over apps to prevent them from chewing through your data plan – both during active use and while running in the background. Once you’ve spotted data-hungry apps, you can choose to restrict their consumption, or make a note to ditch them for more efficient alternatives.
Additionally, the app also comes with a public Wi-Fi finder that will guide you to locations where you can hop online for free. How handy is that?

Gmail Go

The newest addition to Google's Go line of slimmed down Android apps designed to provide modern features and design to entry-level phones, Gmail Go brings the email giant's smart categories, filters, and multiple account support to budget devices, while minimizing the app's storage and mobile data footprint. If you're already running a fairly beefy device, Gmail Go will be superfluous, but on an aging or low-spec phone, it's a nice way to reduce storage use without losing out on Gmail's excellent feature set.

CamScanner

CamScanner turns your phone camera into a portable document scanner and OCR tool, allowing you to quickly turn photos of your paper documents into JPG or PDF electronic formats, which you can then save into your cloud storage or share through social media or email. Scan quality optimization and smart cropping let you handle everything from receipts to contracts and even office whiteboards with ease. The app is ad-supported, with watermarks on the free tier, while a premium subscription removes ads and the watermark and adds premium features such as OCR editing, auto-upload, expanded collaboration and more. 

Nova Launcher

Tired of your stock launcher, looking to optimize your home screen performance, or just looking to customize your device's UI? Nova Launcher is among the best modern Android launcher apps, offering loads of cosmetic and utility customizations with minimal performance overhead, letting you set your home screen just right without slowing down your phone. There are a lot of options to work through, from color themes to icon packs, scrollable docks to app drawer customizations, folder settings and infinite scrolling. The Nova team is never content to rest on its laurels, continuously adding new features, such as Sesame Shortcuts, animations, and Oreo improvements. While many customizations are available, others such as gesture controls are gated behind the premium version.

Quik

GoPro's Quik is a hard and fast AI-assisted video editing app that intelligently splices together your footage into short and snazzy videos. You select up to 75 photos and video clips from your internal memory or cloud storage, and the app intelligently selects highlight moments and photos. You can then tweak visual effects, text overlays and titles. Users can choose from 80 free songs to sync with the video, or add their own music; the app will sync slide transitions to match the music's beat. Videos can be saved in 1080p or 720p quality at 60fps, which you can then share across a variety of social media services or save to your device.

Venmo

Person-to-person payment app Venmo is a service from PayPal that lets you conveniently make and share payments with anyone you want. Pay anyone with a Venmo account instantly with money you have in your account, or you can link your bank account or debit card. It’s great for anyone who routinely has to pay out or collect from various sources — or even for divvying up a restaurant tab. With the app’s data encryption protecting your financial information, you’ll have no worries about security.

Bitmoji

If you're on the lookout for something a bit more appealing than the standard emoji that come with your Android smartphone, Bitmoji is the app for you. With Bitmoji's help, you can create your "personal emoji" that look like you and more effectively communicate whatever you might be thinking or feeling. It's a neat and popular app that works in Snapchat or anywhere else you're communicating with others.

Google Photos

Google Photos (which already comes stock on some Android devices) is a fantastic cloud photo storage service, offering unlimited storage space for high quality photos, as well as up to 15GB of original resolution photos in your Google Drive space. In addition to the generous online storage, Google Photos also features a smart search tool for finding familiar objects, places, pets, people and events, as well as an album assistant and basic photo editing tools.

VLC for Android

If you're looking for a versatile, all-in-one media player that'll play just about any file format that you can throw at it, then give VLC for Android a spin. A mobile build for the popular desktop media player, VLC is designed to play just about any file format out of the box, from ubiquitous .mp3 and .mp4 files to more unusual formats such as .mkv and .flac. In addition to playing local files, VLC for Android also supports network streaming and media library organization. 

Pocket
A long time favorite, Pocket remains an essential app in 2017 because it’s still the best and easiest way to collect articles from across the internet you plan to read later. It’s as sharp as ever, with looks that have yet to age, and functionality that is as useful as ever.

Contacts+

Contacts+ is an address book replacement that helps organize your contacts and integrates with your social media accounts and communications. The app automatically imports information from linked social networks such as Facebook, Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn contacts, allowing you to access them all in one place. Cover pictures can automatically be filled in from Facebook or Google+, and you can view your recent communications from each contact. This means you can keep conversation histories for your friends, family and colleagues.

IFTTT
 
If you find yourself wasting a lot of time with repetitive internet tasks, or just want to automate tasks on your phone, try IFTTT. The app comes with a variety of pre-built "applets" that automate tasks like backing up photos to cloud accounts, messaging your roommate or family if you're near the grocery, or having your smart lights turn themselves on when you return home from work. In addition to the pre-built applets, Users can also build custom tasks from these applets and services, combining multiple tasks and triggers in an "If This, Then That" structure (from which the app takes its name).

Avast Mobile Security & Antivirus

Avast's Mobile Security & Antivirus is our favorite mobile security suite for Android devices, offering comprehensive antivirus protection as well as numerous extra features, like Wi-Fi vulnerability protection, malware scanning, call blocking and app locking. Avast's free offering is already feature-packed, but premium subscribers get even more tools such as a privacy advisor, a customizable blacklist and extra tools for rooted Android devices.


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