These Are Five ‘Must Have’ Apps For Your Mobile

Did you just bought a Samsung Galaxy S5, Sony Xperia Z2 or any other android powered device? Then this blog post is for you. I am sharing a list of 5 MUST HAVE apps for your android phone. Obviously these apps are apart from what you get pre-installed and yes, WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook and Candy Crush is not in the list for obvious reasons… you might already have them.

There are literally millions of apps in Google Play store, we don’t need all of them for sure, however do install these five apps as those will be of great help. This blog post is based on my experience with these apps and I recommend these apps to you as well.

Five must have android applications:


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Juice Defender

You love your android device, at the same time the battery performance of your device is something that you hate about it. Juice Defender application shall help you to improve performance of your battery. This battery manager app extends your device’s battery life by managing the most battery-draining components of your Android device, like internet connectivity, Wi-Fi, apps working in background etc.

I was impressed with performance of this app. It really helps you to manage your battery performance really well. Results are tangible and impressive. (download link)

True Caller

Unknown number, now who is calling me? What if there is an app which helps you to identify a caller even if the number is not stored in your contact list? This is exactly what a True Caller helps you with. True caller is the world’s largest verified mobile phone community dedicated to helping you take the right call through Caller ID and number search.

See who the unknown caller is, block unwanted calls and SMS, and manage your contacts. It will also help you to understand if a number is black listed by many other True Caller users assisting you to avoid such calls, who wants to answer calls asking if you need a credit card or not? (download link)

Any.do

Do you tend to forget ‘to do things’? Any.do will help you with managing your daily tasks, anywhere you go. This is a very simple to use and elegantly designed simple app which will make sure that you do not forget ‘to-do’ items. Any.do will help you to maintain your task list and this list can be accessed on cross devices that on your PC, MAC, iPhone or Android device.

Do not forget to install Any.do (download link)

Dropbox

If you are looking for a solution to your file hosting problem DropBox is answer. You can upload your files, photos; documents etc. on Dropbox and access them across devices. You can create a word document in your home, and edit the same while traveling and save it back on Dropbox and access the latest updated document again from home computer when you are back home.

Dropbox is best solution for hosting your files on Cloud. It offers you a free space of 2GB. (download link)

Flipboard

Do you love reading, magazines? If yes Flipboard is an app that you should have. Flipboard takes stories from around the web based on your interests and delivers them to you in an attractive visual feed.

When you open Flipboard for first time, you can subscribe to different topics, including News, Technology, Flipboard Picks, and Design etc. Plus, you can search for your favourite brand or blogger to see if they have magazines on Flipboard. To Stay up to date use Flipboard. (download link)

Readers: What other apps you suggest?

 

 

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