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The Google Play Store is overwhelming, with millions of apps and games to choose irefrom. Even if you know exactly what type of app you want, how do you know which is the best to download? With this: our list of Best Apps, hand-picked by Android experts.


At the most basic level, phones were created for communication. Many things have changed about phones over the years, but communication is still one of the most important things they do. The right apps make communication even easier.


FB Messenger

There are dozens of great apps for group messaging in the Play Store. The problem is you have to get all the people in your group to use the same app. What service are all of your friends and family already using? Facebook. Your first reflex may be to dismiss anything Facebook-related, but Messenger is a truly fantastic app. Give it a shot. []




SMS is one of the oldest forms of mobile communication, but it’s still a very popular method. Textra is an app that replaces the built-in SMS app on your phone. It offers many more customization options, has a beautiful design, and simply works great. If you still use SMS a lot, Textra is absolutely worth a download. []



Phones were created to make calls, but nowadays it’s one of the least used forms of communication. Many people receive more spam and unwanted calls than calls from people they want to hear from. Mr. Number displays where a call is from and can automatically block a lot of unwanted calls. It has a great design, and it’s easy to use. []



Skype 5.2 update Android

Not many apps have become as ubiquitous as Skype. Many people refer to any video call as “Skyping.” The app has been around for a long time, and it’s still one of the best. Most people have heard of Skype, which can go a log way in getting other people to use the app. Skype is available on nearly every platform, and it just works. Simple as that. []



blue mail

There are few quality non-Gmail email apps in the Play Store. Our favorite is Blue Mail. Blue Mail is a beautifully designed, universal email client, capable of managing an unlimited number of mail accounts. You can set up smart push notifications while enabling personalization across multiple email accounts. []



The biggest name in browsers besides Chrome is Firefox. The Firefox browser for Android has many of the same features of Chrome, but it also has handy extensions. These range from ad-blockers to user agent switchers. Firefox is a fast browser filled with tons of handy tools. []



Mobile devices are excellent for educational purposes. There are many powerful apps that can help teachers and students alike. The days of relying on dusty old textbooks are gone. If you really want to learn something, grab these apps.



Kahoot turns your classroom into a game show. This game-based app leaves your students begging for more. With a refreshingly new take on introducing a subject, formative assessment, and deep discussion. Kahoot initiates conversations that students might otherwise avoid. []


cram is a resource for flashcards and study materials. The Cram app puts everything from in your pocket. When you log into your account the app automatically downloads your account information including your created flashcard sets, your favorite flashcard sets, and the flashcard sets you study most frequently. []



The Curiosity app is a great way for people who might not be in school anymore to continue learning on a daily basis. It’s the best way to explore infographics, articles, and videos that keep your brain sharp. Whether you have a love for art history, science news, technology advances, nature, or space exploration, there’s something for you. []


vocab builder

A good vocabulary can be the difference between sounding intelligent and sounding like an idiot. Vocabulary Builder is a well-designed app that aims to teach you the 1,200 most important words. Every word comes with an audio pronunciation, definition, and is used in a sentence. Quiz yourself every day and grow your vocabulary. []



For kids, learning the alphabet and how to read are crucial steps in their education. An app like Endless Alphabet can make the experience more enjoyable. Kids will have a blast learning their ABC’s and building vocabulary with the adorable monsters. Each word features an interactive puzzle with talking letters and a short animation illustrating the definition. []


king math

Math is another critically important thing for kids to learn, but it can be even less approachable than other subjects. King of Math Junior is a game set in a medieval environment where you climb the social ladder by answering math questions and solving puzzles. You can collect stars, get medals and compete against friends and family. []



Duolingo is the best app for learning languages on Android. Full stop. Like many language learning services try to do, Duolingo turns learning into an addictive game. Each lesson comes with a few “hearts” that act like lives in a video game. For each incorrect answer, you lose one heart. Complete the lesson and you can earn achievements. It’s very fun, and the lessons are short enough that you can complete one whenever you have a few minutes. []



Phones and tablets are perfect for consuming entertainment. There is a device in your pocket that can access nearly anything you can imagine. Movies, TV shows, funny videos, memes, and more. All you have to do is relax and open one of these apps. You will be entertained.



The days of fishing in the couch cushions for your TV remote are long gone. Why not use the phone that’s on you at all times? Peel turns your phone into a universal remote. It can control your TV, Blu-ray player, set-top box, and more. It also provides recommendations for what you should watch. If your phone has an IR blaster, Peel can work for you. []


sling tv screens

Sling TV puts live television on your phone. For per month, you get channels like ESPN, Food Network, Cartoon Network, CNN, IFC, Travel Channel, and more. Why pay a cable company for channels you don’t need that can only be viewed in your living room? Sling TV works on many set-top boxes, and you can take it with you on your phone. []



Netflix DSC06185

When it comes to streaming movies and TV shows, it’s hard to beat Netflix. The service has been around for a long time, and the library of content has gotten better throughout the years. Netflix has also created their own original shows and movies, which are some of the best around. It’s per month that you will never regret. []


Imgur Android native update

Enjoy the day’s most ridiculously entertaining stream of images, pictures, GIFs, and memes with Imgur. Millions of people around the world use Imgur every day to share and enjoy hilariously funny GIFs, awesome science facts, amazing 4K wallpapers, cute kitten pics, and so much more. Just open the app and explore. []



SketchBook is a professional-grade paint and drawing application designed for Android devices. It offers a set of sketching tools and delivers them through a streamlined and intuitive user interface. If you’re looking to do some serious artwork on your Android device, SketchBook has the tools you need. []



Kids Doodle is a simple drawing app for, you guessed it, kids. It’s super easy-to-use painting controls allow kids to draw on photos or blank canvas. It has endless bright colors and 24 beautiful brushes, such as glow, neon, rainbow, crayon, and sketchy. There’s also a unique “movie” mode, which can playback kid’s artwork like a small film. []


Keeping track of your finances is something everyone should do. This is one area where apps have truly made life easier. You can now track all of your purchases, payments, bills, and more, right from your phone. With the right apps, you can take full control of your finances and even make some extra cash on the side.



Mint is the best popular personal finance app around. It can sync with your credit cards and bank accounts to automatically track your purchases, bill payments, and more. It’s also great for creating budgets and alerts. And with today’s mobile phones offering fingerprint scanning security, you won’t have to worry about your information and privacy. []



We live in a digital age of money. Carrying cash and change is becoming a thing of the past. This can make it a little tricky to pay people in person. How do you lend someone a few bucks when you only have a credit card? Venmo makes it easy to transfer money and collect money. Simply choose a person, enter the amount, and send. []




Acorns helps you save and invest spare change from your everyday purchases and invest into a diversified portfolio of stocks and bonds. When you make a purchase with your credit card, Acorns rounds it up to the nearest dollar and invests the change into a portfolio. You don’t even have to think about it. []



Most brokerages charge for every stock trade, sometimes up to . Robinhood allows you to trade stocks for free. Unlike most stock trading apps, Robinhood is beautifully designed and simple to use. With just a few taps you can buy and sell stocks. If you’re ready to venture into the world of stock trading, Robinhood is the best way to do it. []



Concur allows you to easily keep track of business expenses without saving dozens of paper receipts. Simply enter all of your expenses in the Concur app. All of your receipts and expense charges are gathered and ready for an expense report when you get home. []



Is your wallet or purse full of loyalty, membership, or gift cards? Or do you forget to bring them when you go shopping? Key Ring puts all of your reward cards on your phone. Key Ring also shares circular ads from your favorite local stores, so you always know about the best deals. Give your key chain, wallet, or purse a rest and digitally store those loyalty cards. []

Food & Drink

Food is often the central part of the best gatherings, and fun nights often include delicious beverages (sometimes of the adult variety). It’s only natural that so many apps have been created to further enhance the eating and drinking experience. Download these apps, delight your inner foodie, and never be hungry or thirsty again.



With the power of the internet in your pocket, cookbooks are a thing of the past. Allrecipes has millions of recipes from millions of home cooks like you. You can see user-submitted photos, ratings, and reviews of nearly every recipe. Only have a few ingredients? Search for recipes that include what you have on hand. Save recipes to your Recipe Box, watch tutorials, create shopping lists, and spin the “Dinner Spinner” for random ideas. []




InstaCart allows you to order groceries and have them delivered to your home. Create a grocery order with a few taps, from fresh fruit and vegetables, to meat, seafood and home essentials. Order from local grocery stores like Whole Foods Market, Petco or Costco and get your groceries delivered when you want them. []



The days of fishing through a phone book to find the number of your favorite pizza delivery place are long gone. GrubHub works with thousands of chains and local restaurants. You can view menus, customize orders, add special instructions, and much more. Order food without ever talking to another human being. []



Wine is a very serious matter for a lot of people. Vivino puts the expertise of over 12 million of those people at your fingertips. Use the app to scan your bottle of wine. You’ll see user reviews and ratings, average price, and more. The app can also recognize names on a wine list, so you always pick the best wine. Keep track of the wines you loved and the wines you hated. [Download Vivino]



Untappd is like Foursquare for beer. Every time you drink a beer, you select it and give it a rating in Untappd. You can see the reviews of other people as well. Untappd uses this information to give recommendations based on your taste. The more beer you drink the more badges you will unlock. As if you needed more reason to drink beer. []


Yelp direct messaging update

Finding a good place to eat is something that always gets people to pull out their phones. Yelp is one of the very first apps to be available for Android and also happens to be one of the best. With over 50 million user reviews, it’s a great way to find the best food in your area, decisively solving any “Where should we eat?” debate. Whether you are looking for a pizzeria that is open now, coffee shop nearby, or fine dining downtown, Yelp is your local guide to finding the perfect place to eat. []

Health & Fitness

Health and fitness tech have greatly evolved with the mobile boom. Every step you take, literally, is tracked whenever your phone is with you (or can be). Apps can help people of all fitness levels set and achieve their goals, not to mention provide the motivation and boost they need to consistently be more active. Check out these apps for improving your own health and fitness.


map fitness

Map My Fitness is your one stop shop for tracking every activity you do. Workouts, running, biking, walking, lifting weights, and much more. Pretty much any physical activity can be tracked with Map My Fitness. Other cool features include suggesting new shoes based on miles you log, sharing workout routes and regimens with friends, monitoring progress over time, and syncing with other fitness apps and connected devices. []



Recording what you eat can be a great way to make sure you’re burning more calories than you’re consuming- the cardinal rule of weight loss. When you really take time to think about the food you eat, it’s easier to make better decisions. Calorie Counter makes it easy to record your daily meals and snacks. You can enter items manually or scan barcodes. With a database of over 5 million foods, everything you eat will be accounted for. []


lose it

Lose It! is all about helping you lose weight, but it’s much more than just a way to record your daily weight. Lose It! helps you set a daily calorie budget, track your food and exercise, and stay motivated to make smarter choices and achieve your goal. You’ll get a custom weight loss plan just for you. []




The average person spends 25 years of their life sleeping, so it’s no wonder that getting a good night sleep is critical to good health. SnoreLab records, measures and tracks your snoring and helps you to discover effective ways to reduce it. Even if you don’t snore, this app can tell you how long it takes for you to fall asleep, track how well you slept, and try to make those 25 years some of the best years of your life. []



Need a little more calm in your life? Calm can help you meditate, sleep, relax and much more. The “7 Days of Calm” will teach you how to meditate, the “7 Days of Sleep” will improve your sleep. Sessions can last from 2-30 minutes to fit your busy schedule. []



Whether you’re looking for a place near home to hike, bike, run, or going on a trip to a national park, AllTrails is your guide to the outdoors. AllTrails has the largest collection of trail maps anywhere, curated by 3 million hikers, campers and mountain bikers like you. []


my pregnancy

Feel more prepared for your baby’s birth, and get the answers you need, whenever you need them, with My Pregnancy Today. Simply enter your baby’s due date and My Pregnancy Today will turn your phone into an expert guide for each day of your pregnancy. You’ll wonder how anyone had a baby without this wonderful companion app. []


period tracker

It’s safe to say that 52% of the world needs this app. Press a button at the start of your period every month. Period Tracker logs your dates and calculates the average of your past 3 months’ menstrual cycles to predict the start date of your next period. View your current and future period dates, ovulation and fertile days, your moods and your symptoms in a simple month-view calendar. The next time you visit the doctor and they ask you questions about your cycle, you can be confident that it’s no longer a guessing game! []

News & Magazines

Having an Android Phone means you’re always in touch with the rest of the world. Whether that means taking 10-seconds in the shopping line to sneak-a-peek at celebrity gossip headlines or spending awhile to read an introspective article on world affairs, apps are a powerful tool for keeping up to date with your favorite type of news.



Checking all your favorite news sources individually could be tiresome, but RSS Readers let you select specific sources, subscribe to updates, browse by categories, and create your own little library of content. The best RSS Reader on the market is Feedly, which brilliantly replaced Google Reader upon its demise in 2013. Since then it’s developed until a more fully featured solution, and perhaps most importantly, it’s quick, solid, and reliable. []




Similar to an RSS Reader, Pocket will allow you to save content from anywhere on the web so you can “Read it later” as the feature is called. But Pocket offers much more, bringing users a personalized list of recommended reading based on their activity, and offering a way to follow other users of the app. These features are weaved into an experience that is not only about consuming content you find on your own, but also about helping you Discover new content you would never have known existed.  []




Whether you’re commuting to and from work, out for a walk or run, or around the house completing to-do tasks, Podcasts are an excellent way to multi-task the time away. For the hands-down best experience in finding, downloading, sharing, and listening to podcasts, try Pocket Casts. A few bucks will get you a beautifully crafted podcast app that will meet all your needs and more. Honestly, if you’re looking for a great podcast app, look no further.   []



If you’re looking to keep up to date with the latest developments in the Android World, you’ll want to download the EarlyBird news app for Android. Stay in the know about the latest news and rumors, upcoming phones and devices, great deals on products and accessories, and the newest and coolest apps and games. You get to vote on stories and see what’s trending in the Android world every day. []


If there is one thing that makes Android unique, it’s personalization. Android gives users near complete control over how the phone works and looks. You can replace certain built-in apps with your own, change the home screen, use a live wallpaper, and much more. When you have an Android phone you can truly make it your phone. These apps can help.



The home screen is the screen you see when you tap the home button. It houses your app icons, shortcuts, and widgets. Like most things in Android, the home screen can be replaced. Nova Launcher is a home screen replacement that adds a ton of customization and options to your home screen. If you take Android seriously, Nova Launcher is an essential app. It’s an absolute must-have. []




Changing the wallpaper is a quick and easy way to give your phone a new look. There are a million different ways to find wallpaper for your phone. Backdrops is an app full of wallpapers, all of which have been hand crafted by a team of designers. The wallpapers in Backdrops are original and exclusive to the app. []




Ringtones might not be as popular as they once were, but people do still make phone calls. Audiko is a great place to find not only ringtones for the few phone calls you get, but also SMS alerts, and other notification sounds. You can edit the audio files to your liking, and then download to your device. []


The newest way to communicate without words is emoji. Those cute little characters and icons that represent emotions, reactions, food, animals, and much more. Dango works with your existing to keyboard and shows you the right emoji or GIF whenever you need it. Don’t say it when an emoji can do the job. []


SwiftKey 60 update

One of the best things you can do to improve your smartphone experience is to upgrade your keyboard. SwiftKey uses artificial Intelligence to automatically learn your writing style, including the emoji you love to use, the words that matter to you, and how you like to type. That means autocorrect and predictive text that actually work. []



Being productive is very important in today’s fast-paced world. Smartphones have become important tools for getting things done, setting reminders, and staying on track. Productivity apps are some of the most important apps you can download. The right app can make you better at your job, more organized at home, and more in control. Check out these apps to get started.


If you’re looking for something similar to Wunderlist, TickTick is very close. TickTick is a simple and effective to-do list app that helps you make schedules, manage time, remind about deadlines and organize your life. It has pretty much all of the same features as Wunderlist, plus you can import all of your old lists. []




Everyone has accounts on a dozen or more websites and services. Keeping track of all the passwords can be nearly impossible. Dashlane makes it easy to keep track of passwords and personal info that you use across the web. Access your data at home, at work, or anywhere you have an internet connection. Keep your info safe and never forget important details. []




A lot of phones don’t support SD cards anymore, and extra internal storage still costs an arm and a leg. To store a lot of photos, music, and other files, you need a cloud storage app. Microsoft OneDrive is a great option for cloud storage. You can back up all of your files, and even have photos and videos automatically sync. Free users get 5 GB, but you can purchase more. []




Stock calendar apps are notoriously bad. This sucks, because calendars are incredibly important for staying organized. Upgrade your calendar experience with Today Calendar. Today Calendar sets itself apart from the competition by being the only calendar app to combine high functionality with stunning aesthetics. It takes the stock experience to the next level. []


file commander

Android has a file system like you would find on a Windows PC, but it’s not easily accessible. You’ll need a file manager in order to see the folders that exist on your device. File Commander is a complete file manager that allows you to handle any file on your Android device. You can also separately handle libraries of pictures, music, videos, documents, as well as rename, delete, move, zip and send with just a few taps. []




Evernote is a powerful way to write notes, create checklists, and so much more. The app was originally created for simple note-taking, but it has grown to do many other things. You can organize web articles, docs, and photos. Collaborate on projects with other Evernote users, turn business cards into contacts, track expenses, and plan travel. It’s a great note-taking app but also your one-stop app for all productivity needs. []



If you’re a die-hard sports fan, you can’t go more than a few minutes without reading the top headlines, checking scores, and watching highlights of your favorite teams and players. Sports apps have made this possible. You can watch a game from the backseat of a car, or check scores from around the league while in the stands. A smartphone is a sports fan’s best friend.



The WatchESPN app lets you keep up with your sports anytime, anywhere on your Android phone and tablet. Watch live games and shows with access to ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, and other ESPN-owned channels. If you get ESPN with your TV provider you can access live streaming video in the WatchESPN app. []




theScore is the best way to follow the NFL, NCAA Football, MLB, NBA, NHL, and many more sports and leagues. Create your own personalized stream by choosing favorite teams, sports, and athletes. Get alerts for breaking news, close games, final scores, and more. theScore is the best place to go when you need scores and news. []




Need tickets at the last minute for a “Sold Out” event? StubHub is the place to go. From the day they go on sale to hours before kick off. Get tickets to the games, concerts and theater shows you want to see (or sell them when you can’t go). StubHub has some of the best ticket deals you can find, and they guarantee every order so you don’t have to mess with shady ticket scalpers. []


Travel & Local

Traveling to new places (or old places) can be a fun adventure. You can wander around and try to find your way, or use apps to make the experience a little easier. With traveling apps you can find places to stay, directions to the place, and then things to do. It’s like having a tour guide in your pocket.


Uber Beta Android

If you need a ride, Uber is the most popular way to get one. Uber allows you to essentially call a taxi with just a few taps on your phone. A driver in a black car will show up and take you to your spot. All the payments happen right on your phone. It’s super easy and convenient. []



Never miss your bus again. Transit App shows upcoming departure times for all nearby transit lines in big text and bright colors. Plan your trip, set reminders, get notifications about disruptions. And if public transit is not cooperating you can easily request an Uber from the app. []


hotel tonight

Need a hotel tonight? Try Hotel Tonight. This app helps you find and book hand-selected hotels at great prices at the last-minute for deep discounts. You can snatch up vacant rooms that would otherwise go unused, creating a win/win for both you and the hotel. []



If a hotel room isn’t what you had in mind, and you want something a bit more personal and homey, than Airbnb is the app for you. Airbnb opens the door to people’s homes around the world (or alternatively, let’s you earn money from your extra space). With over 450,000 listings in more than 34,000 cities, Airbnb helps you rent entire houses, private rooms, or shared spaces. []


Waze 3.8 update ios

When you’re traveling on the road there are dozens of different things to distract you. Accidents that slow down traffic, cops hiding to catch speeding drivers, and much more. Waze is a navigation app that allows users to alert others of these incidents. You always know what traffic looks like, and will never be caught off guard again. []


trip advisor

We can’t all afford an assistant and tour guide when we go on a trip, but TripAdvisor can do the job. With over 225 million reviews and opinions by travelers, TripAdvisor makes it easy to find the lowest airfare, best hotels, great restaurants, and fun things to do, wherever you go. []


scanner radio

Who watches the watchmen? You can with the Scanner Radio app. Listen to live audio from over 5,300 police and fire scanners, weather radios, and amateur radio repeaters from around the world to find out exactly what’s happening locally, anywhere. View the top 50 scanners that have the most listeners, add scanners to your Favorites list for quick access, and more. []



Fandango is the best app for buying movie tickets. You can filter movies by genre, MPAA rating & format (including IMAX and 3D), watch high-quality trailers, exclusive interviews, browse movie photos, view the most accurate movie times, synopses, run times, and so much more. []


weather timeline

Weather Timeline is a simple weather app that focuses on summarizing the next hour, the next 48 hours and the next week so you don’t have to. It presents the forecast in a timeline to help you quickly glance and digest the information and has a strong focus on color to outline the weather conditions. []



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