Android Phone

When you buy a new phone, the excitement is boundless. You buy a new cover for it, place it gently everywhere, and start wiping it hysterically the moment it gets a tiny fingerprint on it. And also, you download hundreds of interesting apps on it.

Here are some apps which are guaranteed to make your phone experience more interesting and fun.

Pocket Casts

Android owns its own podcasts app, but there is a good second option which is Pocket Casts. Pockets Casts is owned by NPR and three other public radio producers.

Dark Sky

No other app can beat Dark Sky when it comes to predicting rain. It is one of the best apps to tell the weather. It gives its down-to-the-minute predictions of when it’ll start and stop raining.

LastPass

LastPass is an excellent choice if you’re looking forward to a free app. Password managers can be a bit difficult, and it’s hard getting used to it. But once you get used to them, they’re a very simple way of making sure that you have a secure and strong password for every website.

VSCO

VSCO is an exceptional app if you want to take your Instagram to the next level. You can edit the picture, play with the different effects obtained by VSCO. You can basically completely transform the picture. A simple picture taken in the backyard can turn into an amazing picture taken at the golden hour.

Clue

Clue is one of the best apps for your girly-problems, AKA period-tracking apps. It has pretty simple features which make it easier for you to track your period, pill usage, visualize your cycle. It makes your period-days a little easy on you.

 Alto’s Odyssey

Alto’s Odyssey is a must-have game, especially if your new phone has an edge-to-edge display — its simple, dreamy graphics look stunning scrolling across a wide screen. The game is a ton of fun, too. It’s never so challenging to be frustrating, and it’s always moving fast enough to keep you engaged.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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