Top 5 best Android apps of August 2019: As we know that now this day’s Android is more popular than any other operating system. IOS is not so popular over all the world as like as Android. Now, this day’s Android phones are cheap to buy and these all phones are easy to use. Anyone can use an Android phone and for Android, there were millions of apps in the Google Play Store or Apps Store. In this, all apps there are some apps are too useful and used by many people. In this article, I am showing or over-viewing these Top 10 best Android Apps of August 2019. Without further delay, here are the best android apps currently available. These apps are not the no. 1 but this all is top on the list. Most of you should be familiar with all these apps.
Price: Free/$1.99 (in-app purchase)
1Weather is the best weather app out there all weather apps. It has some cool and easy features and is very simple to use, the 1Weather app shows you the current weather, forecast for up to 12 weeks. It has its weather radar and some other fun stuff. Using this app you can add a customizable widget on your home screen for easy and fast access. The free version of the app has all of the features and the $1.99 charge removes advertising. Otherwise, the two version works the same way and have the same all features. Most will also likely enjoy the range of weather as fun facts as well. 1Weather all features make it a unique app it’s all own special features. There were some other great apps like 1weather is Dark Sky, Weather Underground, and Today Weather.
Bouncer was our most like app for the best new Android app from 2018. It’s a security app with a unique premise. This app’s special feature is its lets you grant temporary permissions to applications. As an example, you can’t give facebook access your location for long enough to check into a place, the Bouncer app disables the permission one you turn off you facebook or leave it. This the best way to use all of the social media apps without digging into your settings every time when you use the apps to disable those permissions or giving that permanent access to your information. This app is so cheap to buy. It’s available in Google Play Store just for $0.99 and should work for most (if not all) apps. Here is a rumored that this could be an Android Q special feature. If that’s true, then even Google likes this app.
Price: Free/ $1.99-$299.99 (in-app purchase)
Google Drive is the best cloud storage solution available on Android, where all new users get 15GB storage space for free permanently signing up. You can, of course, buy more if you need it. The suite of Android apps that are attached to Goole Driver makes it so special. They include Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Calendar, Gmail, Google Sheets, Google Photos, and Google Keep. Between the Office Apps, the photos app (which allows unlimited photo and video backup), and keep notes for note-taking. Some of the features of these apps include live collaboration, deep sharing like big files, and compatibility with Microsoft Office documents. If you are in productivity then these all apps are the best android apps.
Google Maps and Waze
Google Maps is the map navigation apps for the last few years. It virtually owns the navigation apps scene. Google Maps gets frequent, almost every week update to add new features and all features are an incredibly generous list of existing. The basic of the apps is it gives you access to places of interest, traffic data, directions to the gas station or rest stops. They even let you have offline maps now. If you add to that the Waze experience, it has a lot of cool features. After adding it you never need another navigation app. Google Maps & Goole Inc. owns and operates Waze. It’s a unique app and could be fun in those ways only Google Maps is not and we also highly recommend it.
Google Assistant/ Google Feed/ Google Search
Google Assistant is a seriously powerful app. It works on all most every Android device. Now it is available on any android device which is running on android 5.1 or above version. Google gives this app with them all operating systems. You can simply download the app from the Google Play Store and then enable it. This app works as a voice assistant, it has its own ai system which detects your voice and you can ask anything whatever you want. It also supports a variety of commands. If you connect with your Goole Home you can control lights, ask about population control, and it can do some daily math problems of you. There in the market are a variety of products like Goole, Bose QC || Bluetooth headphones, Home and Chromecast that extend the functionality even further. The hardware stuff costs money, but there is also a second Google Assistant App for those who want a quick launch icon on the home screen and its free to download.
- Download the app from the Google Play Store.
- For first time installation on a new Android phone, you have to turn on unknown sources.Open Settings >> Security Settings >> Privacy >> Unknown Resources ( Turn it on).
- Wait for the download and Install.
- After finishing it click on the open button and enjoy it.