If you have an Android phone, then you will be well aware of all of the great apps available on the Play Store. There are apps available to do anything you could possibly imagine. There are apps everyone needs, like a calculator and apps that only some people might need, like the fake call app. All in all, there is an app for absolutely everyone!
There are a lot of apps to look forward to this year, so here are the best android apps to look forward to in 2016.
The 7 Minute Workout
Is one of your New Yearâ€™s Resolutions to lose weight in 2016, but you are already struggling to find the time to exercise? If you can find 7 spare minutes, then the 7-minute workout is the app you need! It is scientifically proven to ensure you lose weight, which means it is the perfect app to help you achieve your New Yearâ€™s resolution.
Camera 360 Ultimate
If you love taking photos but find that the camera app on your mobile just isn’t enough, you need the Camera 360 Ultimate. There are over 200 filters, NFC photo sharing and many, many more adjustment options available to you. It’s the perfect tool for both experienced and novice photographers alike.
VLC for Android
If you have a PC, then at some point you’ll probably have used the VLC Player. The Android version of this application is just as good as the PC version, making it the best video app you can find on your Android device!
The Khan Academy is for those people who just love to learn! It comes with more than 10,000 videos free of charge, with free courses on art, history, economics and so much more.
Nokia’s own map app has been exclusive to Windows devices in the past but it has now come to Android. What sets this app apart from other Map and navigation apps is that you can download maps to your phone allowing them to be accessed offline. This is great if you need to use maps in places where you do not have internet coverage or Google Maps often sends you over your internet allowance.
This app won’t be for everyone, but if you’re the kind of person who fancies composing some music on your daily commute into work you’ll love it! It’s very in depth and might take a bit of time for you to get used to it, but it has everything the on-the-move musician needs.
You’ve probably heard of WhatsApp, Kik and Facebook Messenger but the best messenger app is still very new on the scene. Drupe displays your entire contact list and lets you contact them using any of the most popular messenger services all on its own.
Pocket is a very useful app, it allows you to save text and images to your device for you to access offline at a later date. Very useful if there are certain pieces of information you need to have quick and easy access too.
PowerAmp is a beefed up version of your music player application. It has excellent compatibility with different music file formats and offers many other advanced features.
If you need to take notes and share them between devices or with colleagues, then this app will make your life very easy. Evernote offers great note-taking and sharing features which will make organising your work much easier.