There’s a number of apps are available for iPhone users but some of the android apps are not available for iPhone users. Android has grabbed the market as it is available on different big smartphone makers like Samsung, HTC, Sony and others on the other hand iOS is only available on other company’s smart-devices. Here’re some of the useful android apps I collected for you if you are purely android user, take a look of the collection download and install your favorite one and give it a try.
1. Link Bubble Browser
We all are aware with Facebook & Twitter and usually share some information by sharing some links on these social networks, but when we tap on these links on our phone it takes away from our social network feed and bring into a web browser. Link Bubble Browser app helps you to keep using your Facebook or Twitter feed while loading the link at background.
FoxFi is a free but a useful app for android allows you to use hotspot without paying the extra fee from carriers for a chaining plan. It just receipts data from either plan you’ve bought from your smartphone carrier. It’s indistinct just how FoxFi organizes this, but blog Droid Life states they could be using a VPN, to cover action from your carrier.
3. EverythingMe Launcher
EverythingMe is another useful android app for the new android users who don’t know how to organize their app but want to have an organized. This app comes with a universal search engine and mechanically sorts apps into chosen folders.
4. Sliding Explorer
Some of the famous tech blogs found this android app very useful as the best file explorers out there. The file explorer allows you access to the files stowed on your phone’s SD card as the same way you can do on your computer. So, if you are going to transfer a video directly from your computer to your phone, this app helps you to find that video.
5. ES File Explorer File Manager
ES File Explorer would be another useful app for your Android phone. Like Sliding Explorer, it allows you control on your Android phone the same way you’d direct a PC. There are a few topographies for progressive users who are looking to have access to the files on their Android phones from a PC.
6. Yahoo Aviate Launcher
Yahoo! brings a great app for the android users in shape of Aviate Launcher this app comes with a great feature called Spaces. These are diverse, contextually attentive groups that look in the higher left-hand angle of your home screen depends on your place on your phone. So, if you’re at home screen, the space feature shown on your screen may include Netflix or any other related app.