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 like Music, Travel, and so on. Just try to keep in mind that, like the best venue in town, space is limited. After all, 32GB will only get you so far.
Firefox is expanding. While Firefox may be your preferred web browser, you can now expand your Firefox use with Notes by Firefox, which is a simple note-taking app that automatically syncs your account between your Android device and desktop — meaning you can take your notes with you wherever you go. Notes are also ultra-secure, thanks to Firefox’s end-to-end encryption.
MOMENT — PRO CAMERA
The default camera app on your phone is probably more than capable, but sometimes it can be helpful to have a few more settings and options to play with. Moment gives you those controls, adding full manual mode with control for ISO shutter speed, white balance, and more. The app also lets you shoot in RAW format, which is perfect for photographers out there who want to edit their photos.
AutoPick is a great way to turn physical documents into digital ones. The app allows you to scan paper documents, after which it’ll turn those documents into text that you can edit, copy, and paste. It does require you to have relatively good light, but as long as the conditions are met, it’s a pretty handy app.
Looking to get more involved with events in your local community? Meetup Now is a way to find local events and invite your friends to join you at those events. On top of that, the app is very well-designed — so it should be easy to scroll through events and find what you’re looking for.
HERE AR CITY MODEL
Here AR City Model is a cool app that allows you to take a peek into the future. With Here AR, you’ll basically print out a map of a city, then point your phone’s camera at the map through the Here AR app. Then, you’ll see a visual representation of the predictive navigation and self-learning capabilities that will power autonomous transportation. It’s a neat app, and while it may not serve a purpose in your day-to-day life, it’s still a fun way to spend a few minutes.
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