Top 10 Phenomenal Android Apps!
The Top 10 Phenomenal Android Apps that I think you’ll get a kick out of downloading and trying out on your own devices, So get those phones ready, sit tight and let’s do this.
Having an all-in-one password manager like LastPass is pretty much essential. In short, once you install the application and sign up, you can then begin to enter all of your login and account details into the LastPass app which will then be available as an autofill option when you’re next asked to enter this information.
2# Power Shade
if your device is yet to be updated to Android 9.0 Pie like 95% of the Android users out there, you want to get in on the fun of experiencing some of the new features, then Power Shade is probably your first step in achieving this.
So this app basically replaces your phone Stop Notifications Shade Panel and not only transforms it so that it resembles the one found on Android 9.0 Pie but also then gives you the ability to customize pretty much every single aspect that you can see.
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if you’re looking for a wallpaper application that fits that description then Resplash is well worth looking into. So as the name would suggest Resplash is a splash wallpaper client, It’s really hard not to find a wallpaper that looks amazing and that will work as the backdrop for just about any home screen setup using this app.
4# Lawnchair V2
The Lawnchair application now got a version two of their launcher currently in alpha release testing which is available to download as an APK. Even though the app is technically in alpha, it is 100% usable as a daily driver launcher and just like version one this launcher bases itself off of the pixel launcher but with a massive list of customization features added in.
so that you can make the launch of look and feel pretty much exactly how you want it to. So you’ve got the ability to customize the icon pack as well as individual icon theming.
5# Quantum Dots Icon Pack
So I normally don’t pay for icon packs and I certainly don’t normally use an icon pack in which all of the app icons are shaped differently and yet for some reason I keep finding myself loving the quantum dots icon pack.
So firstly despite each of the icons being slightly different in shape, they do all revolve around a circular design which means despite the differences they work really well in providing unity and uniformity within a setup which I obviously love.
The color palette is one of vibrancy and saturation and what this results in is a very modern yet unique take on the stock pixel phone application icons. Aside from that the application features over 1,000 custom-designed icons.
so a good level of coverage although not as thorough as some recent icon packs I’ve used but either way this is a phenomenal looking icon pack that will look great in just about any different home screen setup.
6# YouTube Vance
So the YouTube app has been slowly on an upward trajectory for the past few months improving bit by bit with each new update and yet YouTube Vance is an alternate version of the app that feels like it’s already at the finish line in so many different areas.
So given the context of the application, it is only available for download via the vast website but along with the APK file, you will also need to download what’s called MicroG which will enable you to login to your user account.
Once you’ve downloaded and installed the app then you get to enjoy all of the new features that come packed into this third-party application. The app features an inbuilt ad blocker as well as background playback meaning you can lock your device and the audio from your selected video will continue playing,
You also gain the ability to override the maximum video resolution as well as reintroducing the pinch to zoom feature which isn’t available on all devices. There’s also a free picture in picture mode which will keep your video playing even as you.
browse other apps on phone and there are so many other features that you’ll just have to experiment and have fun with. It really is a feature-packed application so definitely check this one out.
If you’re looking for a clean and simple yet visually appealing weather app to add to your application arsenal for a rainy day then OverDrop may just be the application you are looking for.
So not only is the app itself well designed and a pleasure to use just to simply keep updated with changes in the weather around you but possibly the even more impressive feature that I think makes this app stand out is the wide range of high-quality inbuilt weather widgets that you can utilize anywhere on your home screen setup.
So with the free version of the app you get access to 18 super visually appealing Android P inspired weather widgets that will look stunning in just about any setup you use them in but upgrading to the pro version unlocks all of the widgets.
as well as a few other customizations feature as well but beyond the widgets like I said the application is just really well designed and makes checking the weather anesthetic treat so definitely check this one out.
8# Musicana Music Player
So in a day and age where everyone streams pretty much all of their music through one subscription service or another, it’s pretty rare to stumble upon a music player app that will put up a fight but Musicana seems to be quite the competitor and might well be worth checking out.
So in and of itself the app works well as a standard music player application and that you can play all of your locally stored audio files within a fresh and modern design, it’s got some slick animations to go with as well if that’s all you want to use this app for and it does.
that job very well but then to take things to stage further the app also features an online music player which means you can stream and listen to songs from a massive range of streaming services all 100% free. If that wasn’t enough Musicana also includes.
additional features such as a lyric finder as well as a song identifier and a fairly advanced equalizer as well. So this app really has pretty much all the bells and whistles, I can’t think of a reason why you shouldn’t check this app out.
For some reason whenever you share something on an Android device the natively shared dialog pop-up has always been somewhat clunky and so Shared Doctor or at least I think that’s how it’s pronounced is designed to improve this functionality whilst also adding in some extra features to boot.
So after installing the app and activating it, It will actually replace the native Android share menu and instead will present with a cleaner simpler and overall much easier to use shared dialog,
It pops up instantly unlike the default Android menu and all the native share options are available and is really easy to use vertical scrolling interface. You can then manually hide any share option to clean up the interface even more so and limit it to just the apps you know you might use and you can also pin certain applications to the top.
So your most frequently used apps are available as soon as it launches. There’s also an inbuilt URL shortener which is very nice but aside from that, it’s a very simple yet super functional application I think I’ll definitely be keeping around going forward.
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10# Alto’s Odyssey
Finally today we have the long-awaited follow-up to one of my favorite Android games of all time in Alto’s Odyssey. So if you remember the original game Alto’s Adventure then you’ll no doubt find this sequel very familiar but in all the best ways possible.
We’re now set in the desert which means we’re sand boarding and not snowboarding although they obviously look and feel very much the same. The new setting brings for a range of new obstacles and objects to perform tricks with including grinding on vines, bouncing on hot-air balloons, riding rock walls and hightailing it away from the Limas,
chasing you down. It’s a super easy game to get a hang of but can take time to master which is the perfect combination in my opinion and if you’ve never experienced either this one or the previous then you’ll definitely want to try it out.
Let me know which of the apps in today’s list you’ll be trying out on your own device in the comments. Thanks for visiting us, if you enjoyed then SUBSCRIBE to our newsletter and stay updated.