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Must-Have Android Apps Tips & Tricks

Either you bought your new Android smartphone, or you switched to android from another platform, what is the first thing you do to your smartphone? you will go to the play store to download some of the amazing apps, don’t you?
So, today I’m going to suggest you some very useful apps for your android smartphone and believe me these apps are must-have for every Android device whether you are a newbie or an experienced user.
So, get ready and check out these apps.

 

1. ES File Explorer:

This app is the most basic one and you need to download it to access your SD card and necessary data as some android stock versions do not feature any file manager, without a file another good alternative is the Astro file manager.

 

2. UC Browser/Chrome:

Not to mention that you will need a good browser before doing anything else on your android phone.
Both chrome and UC Browser are the good options but for Indian readers, I will recommend UC browser as they are running some good activities recently which are pretty fun and awarding well.

 

3. MX Player:

Currently best player on Android for playing videos as if supports all of the major file formats including HEVC.
Though there are also some big names like VLC media player available on the Android platform, they are still in their early stage, and MX player is there for a quite long time.

 

4. Poweramp Music Player:

Hey, music lovers, if you will ever ask me about the best music player on android I will recommend “Poweramp Music Player”.
First of all, the interface is stunning. Another thing is that it gives a lot of options for tweaking audio quality, and because of that you would get the best out of your Android device.
There is a version available on play store which gives you a 14-day trial after that you have to purchase the app.
So the chances are good that you will end up buying it.

 

5. Utorrent:

If you are a download lover and often download music, popular movies or other media, then this app is for you as it can download torrents from favorite sites.

 

6. Skype:

The most popular app for marking video calls, sharing photos, messages. we can’t imagine the world without it because now it becomes an important aspect of our life. Developers are regularly adding many new features to Skype. Other alternatives for skype are yahoo, line, Oovoo, and tango.

 

7. WhatsApp:

ell, this app needs no introduction as it quickly becomes one of the good reasons to have a smartphone.
For messages to voice calls, this app provides a lot of features and the good thing is that it does not demand any subscription fee.

 

8. PPSSPP:

PPSSPP is the best emulator to simulate PSP games on your Android device. As this emulator is fully functional now so, you may expect good performance on your Android device. If you are a hardcore gamer, I have to say “This app is a must-have”.

 

9. Google Drive:

An excellent cloud storage service to backup and protect your important documents, photos, music, and everything.
With Google drive, you initially get 10GB of free space to upload your heart’s content, but if you are someone who needs to upload loads of data to cloud services, then you can avail premium membership to expand storage capacity. Another great alternative to google drive is Onedrive.

 

10. Avast Antivirus:

This time, I’m not going to say that this antivirus is best because there are a lot of options available including some big names like Kaspersky, Norton, and AVG.
Each of them works differently and has different detection rate. Avast has a 98% detection rate. If you are seeking a great and free antivirus, then go with avast and if you want a great but paid alternative, then go with Kaspersky.

 

11. App Quarantine ( Root Required ):

If you are a veteran of android, then you know that ordinary task killers won’t work that efficiently as when you kill apps they become active automatically after some time.
This app freezes the desired app for as long as you want.
If you ask me “why I need to use this app?”
The answer is “use it if you are running out of free ram or have a smartphone with low ram”
“Use it if you are annoyed by useless pre-installed apps popping out now and then”
Note – Don’t use this app if you are a newbie or don’t know much about it.

 

12. Titanium Backup (Root Required):

Highly recommended!!!!! as it backups your entire device data, create app installer from installed apps, freezing apps, restoring apps, uninstalling unwanted inbuild apps, removing ads and transfer apps from phone to SD card and much more…