Best Free Android Apps You Should Check Out For Daily Use

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Best Free Android Apps You Should Check Out For Daily Use

Android is possibly the most popular smartphone OS that is used by more than 2 billion users across the globe. Well, We’ve once again overhauled our picks for the best Android apps,

whittling our robust selection down to a paltry 100. Some are new, and others have been standbys on this list for years. Regardless, we’re certain that any and all of these apps will make your life easier, and help you get the most out of your Android device. The apps are listed by categories such as Music, Travel, and so on.

Best Free Android Apps

1.1.1.1

Looking for a safer way to browse the web? Cloudflare’s new 1.1.1.1 is basically a way to connect to the company’s 1.1.1.1 DNS resolver. Simply open up the app and turn it on, and you should automatically connect to the 1.1.1.1 DNS resolver. It may also speed up your internet connection a little, plus you really only have to open the app once — to turn the service on — then you can totally forget about it.

HEIMDALL PARENTAL CONTROL

Looking to get a little more control over your child’s smartphone use? This app does exactly what you might expect — you install it on your child’s phone, then you can control certain aspects of your child’s phone from your phone. Specifically, you can do things like blocking the installation of new apps, and block content that you don’t want your child seeing. Most of the features in the app are free, but there’s a premium version you can sign up to in order to get access to everything it has to offer.

MIGRATE

Migrate is a new backup and restore service that allows you to back up things like your call logs, apps, app data, SMS messages, and more. You can then restore that data on a new ROM when you flash it. All kinds of settings will be saved with Migrate. Keep in mind that the app is still in beta, so there may be a few bugs and hiccups along the way

EASYUP

Are you an employer that struggles to keep your employees up-to-date? EasyUp is a video chat service that’s built for employers to send short video messages to their employees, allowing them to update employees with quick pieces of information without having to send out a mass email or use other methods to keep people aware of company changes.

FLIPBOARD

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

PINTEREST

Pinterest is the go-to social network for finding and sharing inspiration on creative projects, hobbies, fashion, and more. The app features the same functionality as the website, allowing you to “pin” and “repin” posts from other users to various boards, so you can share and save new ideas.

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