Here’s our list of the top 10 best Nexus 5 apps that you need to download.
1. Nova Launcher Prime
Nova Launcher Prime is a homescreen replacement app for Android developed by TeslaCoil Software. Use swiping gestures to start Nova Actions and clean up the clutter by hiding apps you never use. Unread counts show in dock, desktop, drawer and folders. Get more use out of your dock by taking advantage of the swipe-actions. You can purchase Nova Launcher Pro from the Google Play Store here.
While the Nexus 5 comes with Google Keep, users have the choice to use other note-taking apps available on the Android market. Evernote is a great alternative and will help users stay organized even while on the go. Users can create to-do lists, share notes with colleagues, and record voice reminders. You can download Evernote from the Google Play Store here.
Drippler is a must-have news app for Android smartphones. Users will discover cool accessories for their Nexus 5 and get the latest news on Android apps, Android games, and Android updates. You can download Drippler from the Google Play Store here.
4. Swiftkey Keyboard
If you don’t like the default keyboard on the Nexus 5, Swiftkey is a great stock keyboard replacement. Swiftkey not only learns your writing style, but it also provides accurate auto-correct and lets the keyboard take control. Swiftkey offers gesture typing so users don’t have to lift a finger from the screen. You can download Swiftkey from the Google Play Store here.
5. Pro HDR Camera
Pro HDR is a great replacement to the default camera on your Nexus 5. Users can add tons of effects such as adding frames, filters, and textures. Shoot up to 30 photos by second and take full resolution HDR pictures. You can download Pro HDR from the Google Play Store here.
6. Dolphin Browser
The Nexus 5 lets users stay connected at all times. With Dolphin Browser for Android, users can customize their home screen with their favorite apps including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more. Users can even use gestures to access desktop sites they use the most. You can download Dolphin Browser from the Google Play Store here.
7. Splashtop 2 Remote Desktop
By using Splashtop, users can get full remote access to their home PC or Mac. Users can access their media library, important documents, emails, and games. You can download Splashtop 2 Remote Desktop from the Google Play Store here.
8. TweetCaster for Twitter
TweetCaster for Twitter makes it easier to manage multiple accounts at once. Users can get notified of new tweets, add captions to photos, and filter through their timeline using multiple devices. You can download TweetCaster for Twitter from the Google Play Store here.
Google Play All Access may have a beautiful interface, but as far as paid streaming services, Spotify is the favorite amongst Android fans. Spotify lets users access millions of songs, create playlists, and share music with their friends, with many of those songs not even available on All Access. You can download Spotify from the Google Play Store here.
10. Du Battery Saver & Widgets
With DU Battery Saver & Widgets, users can increase battery life up to 50%. Manage background apps and protect apps from auto-clear. You can download DU Battery Saver & Widgets from the Google Play Store here.