This article continues the monthly review of 10 top mobile applications for Android. None of these apps are sponsored and are strictly among the best apps seen in this month.
This is an app for changing your quick settings panel’s location, which is typically hidden on the top of the screen. With this app, your quick settings panel appears at the bottom of the screen like the iPhone, making it easier to slide it out with just one hand.
With Android devices getting bigger, there is a need for help to reach some apps. This app is a one-handed mode mouse pointer, Like a computer-mouse-like cursor/pointer you control big smartphones like the Note series effortlessly with one hand. The perfect app for power users that make extensive use of swipe gestures for navigation and glide typing keyboards. )Contains in-app purchase)
3. Amoled walls and wallhub
For wallpapers, these two apps provide an exceptional collection of wallpapers. Amoled Walls contain Black or dark wallpapers which could be useful if you want to reduce battery consumption on your device while WallHub host a collection of colorful designs custom made and hand-picked. Both apps contain in-app purchase offers.
There seem to be too many screen recorders flooding phones with ads, not-so-pretty user interfaces, too many settings, and more. MNML aims to fix this problem by providing a beautiful and easy-to-use experience that doesn’t overwhelm you. MNML is completely free, and open source.
Lawnchair An open-source project developed by volunteers, Lawnchair has quickly become the de-facto choice for Android enthusiasts everywhere. It brings Pixel Features to the masses. New features are being added regularly. with the promise that Lawnchair will always be FREE and open-source.
This Android app can Transcribe 600 minutes for free every month! Generate rich notes for meetings, interviews, lectures, and everyday voice conversations with Otter, your AI-powered assistant. You can stay focused on the conversation and rest assured that all information is captured. Otter helps you save time and collaborate more effectively by making it super easy to search and share the important moments.
Also known as Vivid Navigation Gestures allows you to control your device with gestures instead of button presses. You have small hands or a huge phone because it’s much easier for you to navigate with gestures rather than with buttons.
8. Thrive Away App
This app helps you take back control of your life by giving you the tools to set boundaries with technology so you can connect more deeply with yourself and others. Thrive Mode blocks all apps, notifications, calls, and texts. However, calls and texts from people on your VIP list will always go through. Auto Reply lets others know you’re taking time away from your phone, and when you are available again.
9. ActionDash App
ActionDash aims to be helpful to everyone, whether you’re actively looking reduce your device usage or not. Its beautiful animations and visualizations give you full insight into how often you’re using your phone and in what ways.
10. life HacksApp
This app opens you up to a world of infinite hacks to reduce frustration in everyday life tasks, realizing that these simple tips can bring up a smile, and make dull jobs interests.
See You next month with a new list of best applications for the month.