Wednesday, September 23, 2015

5 New Android Apps You Must Procure


The Google Play store has exploded in recent years with a proliferation of apps that can cater to your every need. Unfortunately however, some of the best apps created can often go unnoticed after getting lost in the waves and waves of apps released everyday. Here are a few great apps that sometimes get lost in translation.


Evernote

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Evernote is the original and best note-taking app. It allows you save ideas for that book you are always nearly about to write, syncs across devices and you can also create to-do lists, record voice reminders and capture photos straight from the app. It's a seamless way to organize your probably very mess life, after all, an elephant never forgets!



Pushbullet


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This is a fantastic app for those who spend a lot of time at a computer and don't want to dig your phone out every time it vibrates. Damn that's annoys the shit out of me! 

Simply download Pushbullet to your phone and get the extension for your browser, after that, all phone notifications will now appear on you computer screen. You can even reply to texts from your computer and you can easily mute notifications from apps which you're not interested in seeing.

Pushbullet is also a two-way street because you can also use it to easily send files and links from your computer to your phone. Just tap the icon in your browser, attach the relevant file or information and push it.



Snapseed


It would seem safe to say that the portable camera is soon going to become obsolete, and the convenience of taking a quick pic with a phone to remember a moment in time is uncanny. 

With Snapseed, you can manually tweak your images or let Snapseed do all of the hard work with settings such as Auto Correct as well as a number of ready to use filters and effects.



Dropbox



Dropbox is essential for anyone juggling a work PC, home PC laptop, tablet, phone and internet fridge, Dropbox's key power lies in letting you access any files anywhere.

It even automatically uploads photos taken on your phone to your account, meaning that, after a bit of uploading and downloading, all your important files and photos are "right there" on your desktop without a tedious cable connection.



Microsoft Translator

If your like me, and you have an array of friends that speak many different types of languages and you want to be able keep up with what they are speaking about, and be able to express your thoughts and feelings to them, this app is for you. Forget about those pocket dictionaries that only offered words and would take you forever to formulate a sentence with bad grammar. Microsoft Translator let's you simply say a sentence in your language, and have it translated with perfect grammar in seconds. 



One last thing I forget to mention about all of these handy apps, they're FREE! -EE











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