10 Best Android Apps of 2018

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10 Best Android Apps 2018

Android Apps that makes everyone’s life easier than before. Every uses being dependent on Android Apps. Here are the apps that can be more uses and popular in 2018.Their usefulness is usually limited to the habits of the people using them. These apps shouldn’t have those problems. Everybody can use these. Without further delay, here are the best Android apps currently available.

  1. Weather

1Weather the best weather app out there. It features a simple, paginated design that shows you the current weather, forecast for up to 12 weeks, a radar, and other fun stats. Along with that, you’ll get a fairly decent set of lightly customizable widgets and the standard stuff like severe weather notifications and a radar so you can see the storms approaching. Perhaps its best feature is its minimal design which just shows you the weather (and fun facts, if you want). The free version has all of the features. The $1.99 charge removes ads, but it doesn’t add anything. Most will also likely enjoy the range of weather fun facts the app offers as well. Other great weather apps include Dark Sky, Weather Underground, and Today Weather.

1Weather

2. Google Drive Suite

Google Drive is a cloud storage solution available on Android where all new users get 15GB for free permanently upon signing up. You can, of course, buy more if needed. What makes Google Drive so special are the suite of Android apps that are attached to it. They include Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Photos, Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Keep. Between the office apps, the Photos app (which allows unlimited photo and video backup), and Keep for note taking, you have apps for practically anything you need to do in terms of productivity. Some of the features of these apps include live collaboration, deep sharing features, and compatibility with Microsoft Office documents. Microsoft Office has a similar setup with OneDrive and Office. However, Google’s solution is just easier to use.

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3. Google Maps

Google Maps virtually owns the navigation apps scene and it remains of the best Android apps ever. It gets frequent, almost weekly updates that seem to only add to its incredibly generous list of existing features. Aside from the very basics, Google Maps gives you access to places of interest, traffic data, directions to things like rest stops or gas stations, and they even let you have offline maps now (albiet temporarily). If you add to that the Waze experience, which includes tons of its own features, and you won’t need another navigation app. Ever.

Google Maps

4. Google Assistant

Google Assistant is one of the most powerful Android apps. It also works on most Android devices. You simply download the app and then enable it. From there, you can ask it whatever you want. It also supports a variety of commands. You can control lights, ask about population control, and it can even do simple math problems for you. There are a variety of products like Google, Bose QC II Bluetooth headphones, Home and Chromecast that extent the functionality even further. There is also a second Google Assistant app for those who want a quick launch icon on the home screen. The hardware stuff costs money, but Google Assistant is free. Amazon Alexa is another excellent app in this space, but it doesn’t support flagship devices in the way we’d like to see.

Google Assistant

5. Google Play Music and Youtube

We don’t typically recommend streaming services to people. Everyone has their preferences and saying that one is better than another is a matter of opinion at this point. Except for Google Play Music. The app can read both your local files and the music you like online. Additionally, you can upload tens of thousands of songs to the service for free. YouTube is kind of a given. There’s more content there than a human person can watch in several lifetimes. That includes music videos, educational videos, news videos, reviews, video game let’s plays, and a whole lot more. There is a single subscription that covers both services. It’s a fantastic deal. Word is that YouTube is working on their own streaming service. We’ll keep this list updated when that happens.

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