A simple trip to the app store will leave you spoilt for choice, and this is likely to be the case if you have recently acquired one of those much-hyped phones, such as the Galaxy s7 or the latest from Apple. Needless to say, app developers are burning the midnight oil to create as many apps as possible. You can easily save 50% of your communication bills using these apps.
Maybe you need to go through this article written by Couponmachine on, how mobile apps affect communication bills. However, a good deal of the apps may be considered bloat ware – they fill up the storage in your smartphone but play no significant role. The excitement that accompanies the purchase of a top-of-the range mobile device should not necessarily plunge the new owner into an app spree. Nevertheless, your new phone would not be worth the package wrapping its hardware if it doesn’t have the following apps:
The moment you hold a new phone in your hands, the first thing to come to your mind is its security features. You think about the security of the phone itself as well as data. You wouldn’t one somebody snooping around your phone. It becomes even more complicated when you have several accounts with different passwords. You wonder if you will be able to remember all of them. LastPass is your best shot. The app saves all your passwords and auto-fills them into the sites you visit frequently. It also features a password generator that creates passwords, which are hard to crack. It does away with using birth dates or social security numbers as passwords!
Your phone memory will always be limited. Now that your phone is soon replacing your laptop, you need ample storage for all your information, applications, and data. Your laptop will soon be relegated to a small back-up device. You have no choice but to download Google drive. Upon sign-up, you get access to a large 15 GB storage space free. Google drive stands out from the crowd because it offers you plenty of features such as Google Docs, Google sheets, Google slides and Google photos. You can virtually open any document on Google drive.
Your phone can become much more than a communication device if you install the Nearbuy app. The app helps find businesses, restaurants, gas stations and many other facilities within your locality, or wherever you go. You can also land coupons and lucrative deals from nearby business – right from your smartphone. However, you need to remember that it requires the internet connection. Therefore, ensure that your phone stays connected to a stable internet so as to enjoy the full features of Nearbuy. This does not take anything away from this great app.
Note taking has become part and parcel of our lives. Evernote is indispensable. It comes with a host of features. You can add an audio or video clip to your notes, making them interesting. The app also allows the user to insert an image into the notes. The app will also appeal to you even more because it can create lists. With Evernote on your mobile device, you will never need to move around with traditional writing materials. There is nothing wrong carrying a pen and a piece of paper for your notes, but you may lose the piece of paper or crumple it up absent-mindedly.
You might wonder why you need another map app when you already have Google Maps pre-installed on your phone for Android users. Here maps ascended to fame via its offline ability. You can download maps to your phone and use them even when you no longer have an internet connection. While offline, the app still provides a turn-by-turn navigation support. This would be quite useful when touring remote places, which have no internet network support. Keep in mind that the worst can always happen and you run out broadband. You have your back covered by this wonderful app. Besides, it is absolutely free: just head to the app store and download it.
Google play music
The music systems in your house will soon be gathering dust due to disuse. I can bet with my bank account that all your favorite music and videos are currently tacked away in your phone storage. In simple terms, you are using your smartphone a multi-media player. Well, to enhance your multi-media experience, you need to install Google play music on your phone. The app enables you to upload your music to the cloud so you stream them on the go. If you combine it with You-Tube, you will have a truly amazing experience with your phone. If you need special features on this app, you can easily access by paying less than $10 per month. Nevertheless, the free version can do the job perfectly fine.
There are many times you have tried to connect your phone to the PC. This often happens when you need to transfer data between the devices. In cases, your connection will be limited to sharing media and, of course, charging. With the Pushbullet app on your phone, you can do much more with the interconnection between the devices. You can make calls and send text messages from PC. You can also update the firmware on your phone via this app. Although the app currently exists as a paid version – you will need $50 per year to sustain it – its free version is just as effective. If you have not installed this app on your phone, dash to the app store and experience the difference.
Well, you do more typing on your phone than your computer. You are always typing something on your phone. It may be a text message, keywords into a search engine or renaming all the apps on your phone. Consequently, you could do well with an app that makes your typing easier. Try SwiftKey and you will never be disappointed. It not only supports multiple languages but it also has many great features such as gesture typing. It would look awkward for your new phone to miss such an essential app.
Microsoft SMS Organizer
Knowing the importance of SMS in one’s life, here we wanted to share an Android texting app that makes SMS managing easier. The Android SMS app we introduce to our readers is Microsoft SMS Organizer. It classifies your text messages and helps you focus on important messages. The app is lightweight and takes up less than 4MB of space on a mobile device. Moreover, it works completely offline. No need to worry about the privacy. The app won’t ask you to upload any SMS or Meta information to the cloud for classifying.
Author bio: Priyanka Chowdary is a professional content writer at Coupon Machine. She has done her postgraduation in English from The University of Calcutta and has flair to write articles on Tech, fashion, Health, Fitness, Beauty and Diet.You can follow her at Google plus