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Saturday, 27 May 2017

Top 10 Android Apps of 2017


Here’s the moment of truth, to pronounce the top 10 Android apps of 2017. Now the year has just begun, one out of 12 months is almost gone and it’s too early to judge the top 10 apps for the year – we know that too. However, studying the past years we have come to learn how the initial top favorites of a year somehow manages to stay on top throughout the year except a very few exceptions and therefore we were inspired to create a top 10 Android Apps of 2017 list, currently available on Google Play Store.

Top 10 Android Apps of 2017
The following list has been created on the basis of innovation, app UI, popularity among the users and how well they perform overall. A lot of these apps are paid but like the wise man once said, nothing in the world comes for free.

  1. ExpressVPN: A lot of us tend to believe internet is a safe, secure and private place even in 2017; which you are just not. Apps like ExpressVPN can protect yourself from a lot of security issues! They have servers in 78 countries through which sufficient bandwidth is always provided. For encryption, ExpressVPN uses 256-bit encryption technology. This app costs $8.32/month, user needs to purchase yearly packs.
  2. The Google Drive Suite: Google Drive isn’t only one app now. The bunch of Google Sheets, Google Docs, Google Keep and Google Photos makes up the Google Drive Suite and this is going to be an essential for any Android user in 2017 for productivity.
  3. 1Weather: Most people can meet their weather news demand from the news on TV, radio or even internet. However, those who are little more enthusiastic about weather and can’t just rely on a day’s temperature but need to know about the possible update of every weather update for next 12 weeks should download 1Weather for $1.99.
  4. Google Now Launcher: If you don’t have a Google Nexus or Google Pixel device, then you might be missing out from the stock bare-bone Android UI. Google Now Launcher brings material design in style for all capable Android phones, with Google Now as a bonus.
  5. Google Maps and/or Waze: Every busy citizen in a metropolitan would need a direction app, also something that tells about traffic. Google Maps is the best navigation software without driving, walking or cycling direction. A recent update to the service now tells the user about vacant parking spots. Waze is similar, except it is crowd-sourced.
  6. LastPass: Everyone now has a bold online presence with plenty of online accounts – social networks, banking, streaming services, online shopping; the list keeps going on. LastPass is a password management app that keeps track of all your password with utmost safety & security and it’s free!
  7. Newton: If you have separate email clients and calendars installed on an Android smartphone and you want to log into all of them by a single tap, then Newton can do the job. It’s handy, but most people might find the $49.99/year price tag way too high.
  8. Google Play Music and YouTube: Google Play Music can play music tracks stored on a device’s local storage, also it can fetch music from Google’s online services upon a subscription fee. YouTube is a video sharing website, and user can watch any videos they like for free.
  9. Nova Launcher: If you prefer the stock vanilla Android outlook with cherry on top advanced features, then Nova Launcher is just the thing you need. It’s free, but there’s a paid version as well.
  10. Solid Explorer: Solid Explorer supports material design. Apart from local storage, it fetches files from cloud storage and FTP servers as well. The first 14 days is trial, then Solid Explorer is going to cost $2.99 for the full version.

Following the trends of last year, users are going to continue using some very popular apps or others in the similar genres.


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