Top Ten Must Have Android Applications

Many people would love to have all the applications on the Google Play store on their Android phones or tablets, but unfortunately, managing them would be difficult. Some users don’t have the space to accommodate all these applications. The good news is that there are certain applications every user must have that would bring their Android phones alive. At least if you have these applications, you will have an improved Android experience.

The first application on my list is the one and only Android ASSISTANT. This application is just amazing. It monitors your phone’s activities by providing information about your phone’s memory usage, battery usage, and information about your memory card. It also has a quick boost feature that can improve the speed and efficiency of your phone. In addition, Android Assistant also enables you to control your phone volume levels, clean your system files, provides a file manager to manage your files, a batch installer and uninstaller to install or uninstall applications easily, and my favorite feature, which is moving your applications from your phone’s memory to your SD card (memory card). What more can you ask for? This is an all-in-one application, a must-have for every user, and free.

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The Second application on the list is the Android AVG antivirus. Everyone needs protection, including your Android phone. Without protection, your phone becomes vulnerable. Ultimately, you can use any reliable antivirus to protect your Android phone, but I prefer the AVG Antivirus Pro for its features. Aside from watching my phone from threats and viruses, it also has an anti-theft feature that registers my installed antivirus on my phone using my email address. This enables me to access my phone if it is stolen. I can easily track it by location, set off an alarm, or lock it by blaming a shortcode via another phone or computer. This gives you ultimate protection and fewer worries.


The third on the list is everyone’s favorite application, Whatsapp. Whatsapp is straightforward to use, requires your phone number to register, and enables you to chat with friends and family. It allows you to share pictures, videos, and audio files. Some would prefer the KIK messenger because it also has similar features. Well, KIK is not bad either, but WhatsApp is more secure. With KIK, if a person does not have your number, they can still contact you because they need your username only. Yes, other third-party applications randomly give out KIK user names, such as OINKTEXT, whereas this is impossible if you use WhatsApp. So, overwhelmingly, WhatsApp is more secure.

The fourth on the list is the opera mini. Most of us like the opera mini. It is speedy and effective. Other browsers, such as UC BROWSER and Mozilla, are excellent, but I prefer the Opera Mini because it is straightforward. It has a user-friendly interface and can easily access your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.

The number five spot goes to live scores. The ultimate application for updates concerning scores or results from sporting events. It gives you minute-by-minute updates from live sporting events, whether football, basketball, or tennis. Many mistake it for a soccer application, but it covers a lot of sporting activities. You must access the menu button below and navigate the options to access other sporting activities. Live scores come in handy if you are a lover of sports.

VLC took the number six spot.VLC is an amazing video player, and most of us know it for its performance on our computers, but now it’s on Android, and it has a similar performance just like on the computer. Many Android phones do not play certain video formats, such as (FLV video formats). Well, worry no more because, with VLC for Android, you don’t need to go through the hassle of converting your videos to.MP4 or.3Gp. Video files with. FLV extensions would play fine. You don’t need extra plugins; VLC will do the magic.

Our number seven on the list is Colour Note. You can call it the notepad of Android. Color notes are straightforward to use and also easily accessible. It lets you take notes of important things you want to do. You can put your to-do list on your color note application and refer to it when required, just in case you forget things easily. You can also edit and make changes to it.

The next application, which comes in at number eight, is clipboard cleaner. This is an application many might not find relevant. Still, if you are an Android user concerned about why your space keeps reducing without reason, you might consider your clipboard as one place consuming some of that space, and this application comes to fix that. Most Android phones copy pictures or text files that have been used or saved onto the clipboard. Sometimes, these files are not removed, so one must remove them manually. This application solves that. It is less than one megabyte and is also very effective.

The number nine position goes to FUNNY JOKES. Yes, it’s an application, so don’t presume I am joking. Funny jokes come in to reduce your boredom. It is easy to use and comes with different categories of tricks, from short to long marks and even YO MOMMA jokes, that would make you laugh. You are also allowed to favorite your top tricks and rate them. This is an application that would put a smile on your face.

The last application in this list, which takes the tenth position, is a game. Many would prefer a game that is easy to play, one that would not drain your battery, is small in size, and, to top it off, a free one. Well, BUBBLE BREAKER is a perfect fit. Some would say Angry Birds is better, but some Android phones don’t have the space to install Angry Birds. If you have the area, you can add a bubble breaker; it only improves your gaming experience. Everyone can play bubble breaker, be it the young or the old.

So, with these ten basic Android applications available, I am sure you would cherish and appreciate your Android even more. I must say a big thank you to all the developers who developed these applications. They have made it easy for me to access them, so get on the Google Play Store, download these applications, and have fun.


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