Top 10 Must Have Apps for Android in 2020
The Android ecosystem is the largest mobile ecosystem in the world. The app store has almost 3 million apps and games , an ever-growing number, and there are currently more than 2.5 billion active Android devices in the world right now, as compared to 1.4 billion iOS devices. And every year, newer and better devices are added to that list.
There isn’t much you can’t do on your mobile device these days, especially with the diverse range of apps available. All of you container receive to your preferred tunes or podcasts, watch movies, play games, even get your meals delivered straight to your door.
The hardest part is choosing the right apps to do what you want to do and, with so many apps on offer, it doesn’t make things easy for you. Sure, if you had nothing else to do all day, you could spend hours trying out apps to see what they are like, but you may never find what you want.
Some apps are free and offer a ton of cool features. Some of the paid apps aren’t worth the price tag, others have subscription models attached, and others offer in-app purchases to tailor your experience.
So what do you do? How do you choose the right apps?
The answer is you let us do it for you.
Top Ten Must-Have Android Apps
We thought we might save you a job by scrolling through what’s on offer and picking the apps we think you should have on your Android device this year. We didn’t bother looking at apps like Messenger or Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other popular apps that, let’s face it, most of us already have. No, we opted to look for other apps that we think offer great features, some of them paid.
1. Bouncer – $0.99
The bouncer is a security app that is somewhat different from all the other security apps available in the app store. Bouncer allows you to provide temporary permissions to selected apps.
For example, you could give Facebook temporary permission to see your location, just enough time to check into somewhere; once you close Facebook down, bouncer revokes that access permission immediately.
This way, you can make full use of everything your favorite social media apps offer, without having to keep enabling or disabling settings, pro having to provide permanent access to those apps – a dangerous thing these days, given how much identity theft is going on and how much information is flying around out there.
The app costs just $0.99 and is supported on all the major apps, offering a great alternative to Google Security on Android devices. You can download apps like these from the Panda Helper app.
2. Google Drive – Free, In-App Purchases
Google Drive is one of the top-rated cloud storage solutions for Android devices. Every new user will automatically get 15 GB free storage space when they sign up, and they retain that for as long as they have an active account.
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