Top 5 Best Android App To Use

Here are top 5 best android apps to use in present era because some apps with too many junk files are roaming about the world that may cause damage to phone’s software.So, best apps are given below to use.1. Zoom AppZoom bannerThis video conferencing app was a real life-changer for my family and me. It allowed me to travel without missing any important business meetings, and my kids were able to see their grandparents, friends, and (to their disappointment) school. The free version has no time limit on one-on-one meetings and a 40 minute limit on group meetings. Zoom has many great features that are accessible to free users. These include recording meetings, muting any or all participants, sharing your screen with all participants, and even splitting the meeting into smaller private groups.2• Microsoft WordWord bannerThere is no better word processing app than Microsoft Word. Unlike its Windows or Mac-based counterpart, Word for Android is 100% free and can be downloaded as a stand-alone app instead of requiring that I download the entire Office 365 suite.In addition to the templates, editing features, and formatting styles that Word is known for, it also includes a built-in PDF Reader. It will easily allow you to convert PDFs to Word documents so you can edit them and then save it back to a PDF.With Word for Android, you can easily share your document with team members or classmates for joint projects, receive edits in real-time, and see and edit version history.3•Universal CopyCopy and paste on Android is mostly fine until it doesn’t work. Some apps just don’t support it, and some websites prevent copying, which can be extremely frustrating.With Universal Copy, you can copy and paste almost anything from any app and even copy the text from an image. It integrates seamlessly with the system. All you need to do is grant the app the relevant permissions, and the next time you want to copy text, just launch the app using the link in your notification bar, and then copy with a long press or activate scanning mode to find text in an image.4•SketchbookThere are many apps out there if you’d like to paint and draw on your Android device, but Sketchbook stands above the rest thanks to its ease of use and thought-out design. Nothing is ever too cluttered, and yet all of your tools are typically a tap away. The app supports layers, and thanks to a wide range of brush and pen/pencil tips, you’re never left in the lurch wanting for more. So if you’re big into sketching, like black books for graffiti designs, Sketchbook is a beautiful tool that throws out the need for paper. Best of all, the app is free, something the competition simply doesn’t offer.5•1Weather1Weather is arguably 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. The Ui is logical and reasonably easy to navigate as well.


Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *