Top 10 Best Android Apps You Must not Miss

The Google Play Store has now the largest than ever, with it’s ever growing apps and games list, it’s now almost as good as iOS’s app store.

There are innumerable amount of apps and games in Play store, choosing best among these will be a hard task, even though I’ll be listing here a list of great apps for Android, which I personally feel the best. So, here we go!

1. SwiftKey

This is the one Android app that I can’t live without. This is the best third party keyboard application for Android. It has many cool features like next word prediction, type by swiping and awesome themes. It also syncs your prediction data across your devices.

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2. UC browser

This is the most used third party Browser in smartphones. It offers a lot more than chrome and other browsers. It offers many cool features such as This is a must download!

3. WhatsApp

WhatsApp is the most used messaging app. It is the one app that killed the SMS (and BBM too!). Everybody uses WhatsApp and it is still has the most number of active users and is the simplest and most personal way of messaging.


4. Evernote

This is the best note taking app in Android and iOS. Even if there are many other free and paid note taking apps, when it comes to functionality and simplicity, even the free version of Evernote beats them all. It also comes with a native Windows (PC) application, to complement your notes.

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5. Feedly

If you’re like me, who enjoys reading and following many websites, Feedly is the one app you shouldn’t miss. It became so popular after Google Reader became obsolete.


6. Pocket

Pocket is helps you save articles and read it later in a much simpler way. It can sync across many platforms including Android, ios, Chrome, Firefox and many other.


7. DashClock Widget

DashClock is an awesome app, it adds much more functionality to your Android lockscreen. If you’re on Android 4.2 – 4.4, you must definitely download this app, it brings notifications to your lockscreen, torch button, unread messages, and more.

Dashclock Widget

8. Shareit

Shareit is a file sharing app, which can transfer files from one device to other at a higher speed than Bluetooth. It can transfer all types of file formats to and from two devices. What’s more, it can also be used to transfer files between Android and PC.



9. Twilight

Twilight is an app that helps you get more sleep. Twilight turns your screen to red and removes the blue elements from your screen. Read the app description for more about the science behind this.

10. Todoist

Todoist is a great to do app you can find in Android. It simplifies your ‘To-do’ list and syncs across all of your devices. It lets you create projects and make your ‘To-do’ list more organised and managed.

So that was my personal list of awesome Android apps that I love. You should definitely download these apps if you haven’t downloaded yet.

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If I have missed some of the apps, don’t hesitate to add them to the story by commenting below!

  1. Hi Nisha!

    I recently switched over from iOS to Android (Galaxy S5) and I’m still getting used to the new operating system. One of the things that bugged me right away was the keyboard so it was a huge relief when I stumbled upon SwiftKey. I honestly don’t know how I’d get by without it.

    Another favorite of mine is IFTTT (If this than that.) It allows you to automate a bunch of things, for example, automatically sharing blog posts on social networks or sending me a text message every time somebody comments on my blog.

    Solid list, there’s definitely a few here I’m going to need to check out.

    Thanks Nisha!

  2. Hey Nisha,

    You mentioned some of the must have android apps which i use daily on which some are WhatsApp, Swift Keyboard and UC browsers the most and still there are some of the others apps which you can mention in it.

    Thanks for sharing

  3. I think, that some of those apps are pretty tight fit. For example password managers are very close to each other. I am using Sticky Password for several years and I don´t know, what I would do without it. But I couldn´t say, that LastPass or other big password managers are far behind or ahead of StickyPassword.

  4. Hi Nisha,
    This is a really nice collection of Android Apps. Even I personally use many from this list like whatsapp, UC browser, feedly, etc.

    I would like to add some more Android Apps that can come handy in daily life and I use them as well.

    Some of them are:
    1. Google Translate- It is a lifesaver when it comes to understanding unfamiliar languages.
    2. Google Keep- Noting down important notes within some taps on your smartphone.
    3.Dictionary.com- Dictionary is really important and handy as well. It has all the words one can speak, there is a spell it option that spells the world

    Thanks for Sharing this awesome list


  5. Hello James,

    This is good to know that you switched to Android and “Swiftkey” is very helpful for you. Thanks for your wonderful feedback. It will be helpful my readers to choose better now.

    I have also used IFTTT tool. It is very easier and helpful too. Thanks for checking out. Hope, you will like some others too.

    Thanks you so much for stopping by here. Have a great day ahead!

  6. Luke

    Exactly Manish, I use Sticky Password too and it is awesome! Not sure about others, I don’t have a need to switch. Maybe we’ll find some other Sticky Password users here 🙂

  7. Hi Nisha

    You must certainly mentioned some of the most important apps on andriod . I have never come across Swift key, Share.it and Dash clock widget. Speaking of Clock widget, I have been looking for Clock widget for my smartphone as I have to log in to my phone before I can know the time – so this will do nicely.

    Thanks Nisha for sharing this awesome post. Have a nice week.

  8. I’m gonna download and install “to do list” app which is seems new to me and I guess its very useful.

    Thanks for share.

  9. Hi Nisha,
    I hear so much about the WhatApp now I see why. It looks like the Evernote is good to have so I think I will add that app to my phone alone with Feedly. Because I always need to jot down blogging ideas and like you I enjoy following many websites.

    The only way I would download apps is when I read blogs like this which explains why it would be good to have it. I about to go check them out now.


  10. Hi Nisha Mam,
    Awesome round up post.
    I tried some apps from the list.
    Swiftkey is a superb keyboard. I tried its trial version and really impressed with it.
    Yeah, I love UC Browser more than any other browserd. But Opera is on the top considering quality.
    Oh, my phone has a low RAM. So Whatsapp is very slow. I uninstalled it. I experienced the same with Pocket.
    All others are new to me. I will defenitely check it out.
    Thanks again.

  11. Woooow;

    I never knew of Shareit untill now, let me find out more about it.

    Thanks Nisha

  12. As I am an avid reader so I found the pocket app best for me. I found it best for all the readers.

  13. wow I can even see some apps have never came across before its time to give all the list here a try apart from whatsapp

  14. Hello Nisha,
    Great apps, I am also use some apps out of these . Like whatsApp, Share it, UC Browser.
    WhatsApp features known by Everybody, UC Browser is awesome Browser or android incomplete with this App give better interface for watch videos online and Download task any time without interruption if internet cut during download.
    Some of great apps are also :
    Superbeam : Faster transfer speed even more then Share it.
    TubeMate : Use for downloading YouTube Videos directly.
    App Backup & restore : Use of Backup the Apps, Great work for Low internal Smartphone

  15. prasanna

    How to access google play store in lenovo a399

  16. Hello Nisha Mam.
    Awesome and wonderful post here.
    I like using whatsapp and my favorite one is shareit. which is my only way to send files over Iphone.
    Thanks for this wonderful. I’ll try all of these.

  17. hi nisha,
    awesome list of android apps but still few apps you are missing . i published a full list of 18 app on my blog about Best Android Applications . you can check on my blog.
    bye ,see you on my blog 🙂
    Amit khatkar

  18. Cool one, I love to use UC Browser because it’s very fast and smooth. And Swiftkey app for chat with friends… 😀