Hello everyone! Listed down below are our top 5 picks of the month. Happy browsing.
This is the first application in our list, and it is solely because it has a huge potential of increasing your productivity. The app plans your work with regular breaks, for example, it will notify you to have your 17 minutes after you work for 52 minutes. It’s a simple app with a clean, colorful design and recent updates have added Android Wear support.
This basically is a weather app which isn’t so basic. Dark Sky is a pretty decent weather application that is a lot of fun to use. It has your basic stuff, like forecasts and weather radar. The free version is good if you need something simple.
Earlier, foobar2000 was one of the well known audio players on PC. Entering the Android space, it grabbed attention of audiophiles quickly, as it includes support for lesser-known high-res codecs like flac and Musepack. The music app is completely free with no in-app purchases and it’s worth a shot if you want.
Quik, a video editor, which is simple and fun to use. This isn’t anything hardcore at all but offers decent-enough features to edit videos for social media. You can pick video clips and images that all get warped together into a little video that you can share with your friends. It comes with filters, a simple to use interface, music that you can use, and you can re-order your various clips to make the video flow how you want.
This as an application designed to socialize with a group of people. You can join groups and then post about various things in the group. Then you can discuss about the posts in the respective threads. It’s also partially integrated with Google+ for you to see notifications.