List of over 50 best Android apps of 2013,
Nova Launcher – If you bought your new phone and don't like the launcher. You can replace the default launcher with Nova Launcher. It looks almost similar to starting Android with some additional options like animation styles, sorting / grouping of folders and customizations of the home screen. If you bought a phone like Karbonn S9 Titanium, then you definitely want to hide some pre-loaded apps and Nova Launcher allows you to do it.
Solid Explorer : Nobody can deny that the best file management app available for Android. It has a clean look, many options and a multi-column layout for use in landscape mode or for use on tablets. also can share files via Wi-Fi on your computer, which is one of the most necessary needs of this wireless life.
Cyanogen File Manager – If you want a free file manager, Cyanogen File Manager is undoubtedly the simplest, most elegant and feature-rich app. This app is not available on the Google Play Store but you can find the installation file online very easily. the simplest Android file manager ever made.
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Google Play Music : Google's default music player that also takes care of streaming music. nice, and if you want a meaningless music player, this is the one to use. Although the music streaming service is not available outside the U.S. at the moment. You can appreciate and unlike the tracks so that the app learns which songs you like best and will stumble with those tracks while in Shuffle mode.
DoubleTwist – Once, the best music player for Android, still one of the best when it comes to functionality. It has a nice and clean interface, it has an integrated equalizer and an online music radio integrated in it. The MagicRadio service just like Pandora, you need to pay if you want to control the type of music you want to listen to but cannot play a specific track based on your wishes. There are numerous types of widgets provided with DoubleTwist. There is also a desktop client that works similarly to iTunes and you can use it to sync music from your PC / Mac wirelessly to your smartphone. Another feature, called AirTwist, will help you stream music wirelessly over Wi-Fi from your smartphone to XBox 360 or PlayStation 3 or Apple TV.
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Spotify : This is the best music streaming service in the world, with millions of high quality songs from almost all languages. Even if it's not available in your country, you can create an account using a VPN and get a paid account if you want to track the streaming of your choice. But you can listen to limited quantities of radio without paying a cent.
Pandora – Pandora the most popular Internet radio service. You can stream for unlimited time, but if you like paying, you can listen to high quality songs and the type of music or any artist you like.
TuneIn Radio – TuneIn Radio the largest service that broadcasts actual radio stations from all over the world.
8TRACKS – 8Tracks an exclusive crowd-source streaming service that allows users to create short playlists and others can listen to those playlists with a limited number of jump options.
Songza – This completely free and unique application. It shows you some options by which it lists some playlists that would be suitable based on your mood, work or time of day.
AirDroid – A web-based desktop client that allows you to manage calls, messages, install / uninstall apps, manage / transfer files and much more from your Android smartphone without touching the smartphone. easy to use and works even without a Wi-Fi network, which is great.
Desktop notifications : a simple browser extension that works with Google Chrome that forwards notifications from your smartphone to your desktop.
AVG Cleaner – Already the best Android app to clean all unwanted files like cache on your device. It looks good, has a decent number of options, and the best thing you can do is set it up to clear the cache automatically every day or week in your opinion.
Norton Mobile Security – Protect your device from viruses, malware threats and phishing sites. you can also protect your phone when it is lost or locate / delete / emit a sound when your smartphone is stolen. It also works as an SMS / call filter and backs up your contacts to the cloud. A well-made security app is worth the price.
Cerebrus – An app designed exclusively to locate and protect your smartphone in case of loss or theft. You can manage and control your device remotely from a web browser, as well as take snapshots of the thief and know their location.
Print – An RSS reader that integrates many cloud RSS synchronization services such as Feedly, Feedbin and FeedWrangler. It has a fantastic interface with clean fonts and smooth animations. It can also share URLs on popular social media sites and read-it-after services.
Reader Plus – The closest competitor to Press for RSS feeds, but Feedly integration is missing right now. It has all the features present in the competitors along with the options for the selected themes.
Flipboard – The world's most popular magazine-style news reader that integrates many social and RSS services. It has a well-designed interface with a lot of content from thousands of websites and news.
Google Currents – Flipboard competitor, Google Currents much more digital in its design nature. It integrates well with Google Plus and there are many options for subscribing to content from various sources.
Dropbox : the most popular cloud storage service that offers you 5 GB of free storage. The best thing about Dropbox is its popularity and many services that need cloud storage, offer integration with DropBox. You can also set the upload of all the images and videos shot through your Android smartphone or tablet to upload them to the DropBox archive so you never lose the images and memories.
Google Drive – A Dropbox competitor that populates and has almost the same options but works well with GMail and the Google ecosystem. You can backup full resolution images and videos to Google Drive. The most exclusive feature of Google Drive that you can create documents, spreadsheets and presentation files through it and share them with others. These files can be set up as collaborative with your friends or colleagues.
Flava – One of the best apps that has been designed to replace your personal diary. It has a clean interface with options to load a lot of things like pictures, quotes, emotions and updates.
In chat / Communication
Google Hangouts : one of the best communications apps that incorporates text messages and video calls. You can group the chat and make group video calls.
Whatsapp : the world's most popular chat app for a reason. fast and reliable and analyze your existing address book to find out who is already using the app. linked to your phone number.
Kik Messenger – Chat with your friends in complete privacy. can send pictures, group chats and share fun things like memes.
EBuddy XMS – An app of cross-platform chat also available through the web browser. You can find people nearby to chat with them.
Facebook Messenger : if you chat with your friends through Facebook, this is the app to be obtained as the main Facebook app not exceptional for chats.
Tinder – Find strangers around you to chat with.
Snapchat : send self-destructing images and videos to your friends or strangers.
Evernote – The most popular and complete note-taking solution with various features such as collaboration, sharing and reminders.
Google Keep : A simple Google notes and to-do app that syncs data through your Google Drive account.
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Pocket – The first and most popular Read It Later service and free.
Instapaper – A rival Read It Later service with paid Android apps that has better fonts, if you crave them.
readability – A free rival to Pocket with better, vintage fonts.
Money Management / Personal Finance
MoneyTab – Well-designed and well-represented expense app that syncs with Google Drive.
guilt – An app for the expenses that forces you to charge a blame factor with each expense and tries to minimize expenses.
Snapseed – the best image editing app on Android complete with granular controls and predefined sets and filters. You can perform all basic operations such as cropping, rotation and advanced material such as color balance and selective tuning.
PicFrame – Create frames by combining your images. Choose from 36 pre-designed frame themes and share them with others.
Facebook : the largest and most famous social network app in the world.
Google Plus : the way Google uses social networks.
Twitter – Upload short streams of updates limited to 140 characters and a single image.
Path : Upload small things into your daily life, such as weather, movies, music or books that you are enjoying right now.
Instagram – The largest social network of images in the world. Click on the images, apply the filters and upload directly to Instagram along with various tags that allow people from all over the world to appreciate your images. You can also share those images on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.
Tumblr – The best micro blogging platform with a pinch of social networks where you can follow people or their blogs and repost your content on their micro blogs.
Vine – Managed by Twitter, Vine is a social networking platform with just 6 seconds of video. also well integrated with well .. Twitter.
YouTube : houses the largest collection of videos in the world. Watch videos, live sporting events. You can also post videos and earn money through them as the popularity of your video increases.
Qualcomm Snapdragon Battery Guru – If you own a smartphone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 series processor, this app will help your device to lower support through the use of energy by suspending unwanted apps and adjusting power requirements based on usage habits.
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Reading the book
Kobo : Buy books, newspapers and magazines to read them on your Android device or on other platforms where available.
Amazon Kindle : Buy and read books from the world's largest E-Book and E-Magazine reseller.
Google Play Books : Google's e-book service where you can also buy magazines.
Local media streaming
Plex – Streaming large types of media stored on the desktop on portable Android devices via your personal Wi-Fi network.
Tasks : integrates with Google Task with a clean interface. You can create multiple lists and set things to do at a specific time.
Google Now (Android 4.1 and later) – Siri's default functionality that reminds you of things to do at a specific time or place.
DoubleTwist Alarm – Hands down, the most beautiful app for clock and alarm. It also offers advice on sleep time based on alarm times.
SleepTime – Yet another alarm app with suggestions for sleep time and sleep tracking. Then it shows you how much you slept last night.
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