Android Apps I used – 2015-12

One of the great things about having a smart phone is all the things you can do with it. But which apps are good? Which apps are good for you?

Here’s the one I currently use, which I hope helps you make some decisions.

ESSENTIALS

  • SwiftKey – replacement keyboard. Genius word prediction, learns from what you type, will Swype as well – first thing installed
  • Action Launcher – Awesome replacement launcher – second thing installed (Buy the Pro key –  Action Launcher Pro)
  • Evernote – Awesome, awesome app, for phone and PC – Evernote Widget
  • LastPass – brilliant password management for phone and PC
  • Business Calendar Pro – excellent calendar program Just using the new Google Calendar app now
  • Pushbullet – Genius way to hook the phone to the computer – push data, notifications, etc. Unreal.
  • Facebook – you know what it does. Haven’t seen the need for a 3rd party app
  • Pocket Casts – my podcast app of choice, despite it being developed in Adelaide
  • Threes – excellent game, great for when you’re listening to a podcast
  • Link Bubble Pro – the best way to deal with browser links on Android
  • Lightflow – making intelligent use of your notification light and alert sounds
  • Out of Milk – great shopping list (Buy the Pro key – Out of Milk Pro Unlocker)
  • Auto Reboot – I’ve got it set to reboot at 3am, every day – thus it reboots and brings in all the new app updates, etc, when I’m usually asleep. Nice.
  • List My Apps – it lists my apps #whoknew
  • QuickPic – view images
  • Todoist – the best todo list, although not all that good
  • Viber – messaging/VOIP program. Uses your mobile number so it’s easy for people to find you, and for it to use your contacts list to see who is on it.

Phone utilities

 

Photography

 

 Other

Rooted

 Games

Audio

  • iSyncr  – sync playlists, etc, with iTunes

 Fitness

 

 

 

 

 

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