Top 10 Best Android Apps You Need to Know About

6. Togethera

togethera android app

Togethera is a photo sharing app that lets you share videos and photos with family and friends. You can create private groups so you can share photos from your Android phone or tablet. The best part about Togethera is that its completely private. That means no friend requests, no followers, and no subscribers. You can download Togethera from the Google Play Store here.

7. Skit!

skit android app

Similar to BitStrips, Skit!! is a social comic-making app for Android. Unlike BitStrips, Skit! allows users to upload their own photos, voiceovers, and animated text. The app comes with hundreds of free stickers, props, and characters, so everyone has a lot of things to play with. You can download Skit! from the Google Play Store here.

8. Homeslice

homeslice android app

Homeslice is an app made to replace your kitchen whiteboard and notes that you use to remember chores, bills, and grocery lists. The app allows you to create rooms, set passwords, and add family members or roommates. Homeslice is organized in four sections: Whiteboard, Supplies, Chores, and Bills. The service is cross-platform, so there is no excuse for everyone to contribute to the important household tasks. You can download Homeslice on the Google Play Store Here.

9. Pushbullet (Updated)

pushbullet android app

Pushbullet transmits items on your desktop PC to your Android device quickly. With this app, you can push things such as files, notes, and addresses with ease. You can also receive all of your phone’s notifications right to your PC so that you’ll never miss a notification again! Pushbullet is one of the best apps that merge your workflow between your PC and device, with plenty of other features such as sending notifications to friends, and pushing links right to your notification tray. You can download Pushbullet from the Google Play Store here.

10. Dayframe 2.0 (Updated)

dayframe android app

Dayframe is a popular photo album and slideshow app, but now it’s been updated to integrate with Chromecast.With Dayframe, users can collect all of their favorite photos from different services such as Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, Tumblr, Google+, Dropbox, Twitter, and more. To use the Chromecast functionality, users will need to upgrade to Dayframe “Prime” which also adds shuffle mode and custom playlists. You can download Dayframe from the Google Play Store here.

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