A recent survey shows that most people spend over 85 percent of their time daily on Smartphone, as Smartphone have proved to be the main tool for surfing the internet for a good number of people. How can you make your Smartphone more useful and interesting? It must be app! Which is the most essential tool for a Smartphone, and these apps could be in form of games, educational software, down to music or movie apps etc... This article will introduce five (5) must-have Android apps to you so as to enhance the enjoyment of your phone. So grab a glass of wine lets take a tour.
1. Swipe Widget for Facebook
Swipe Widget for Facebook is from the same developer who did Swipe for Facebook which is one of the better third party Facebook apps out there. This is simply a collection of Facebook widgets that allow you to check out various things on Facebook. There are options for notifications, messages, and others. To top it off, you can even customize the widget to work better with your home screen. Most of the features are free with the pro version going for a token, but you can decide how much you spend. The lowest version though, is available for $1.50.
Muviz is a nav bar customization app that puts music visualization right there on the nav bar. The way it works is you go in and turn it on and then put on some music. From there, you’ll be able to see this visualization no matter what you’re doing. Muviz also allows you to customize the visualizer by changing its shape and color. There is even an option to have it work on apps that may not use the nav bar properly like Google Chrome and Spotify. It’s free to check out with the pro version going for $1.99.
DeskDock is a unique Android app that allows you to share your mouse from your computer. Once you’ve connected your device using the app, you’ll be able to move your mouse from your monitor straight over to your Android screen. You can think of it like making your Android device into another display. Along with mouse functions, you’ll be able to copy and paste text between two devices and more. Those who go pro will also be able to share their keyboard. It should also be compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux.
4. Fox Sports VR
Fox Sports VR is a fun little app that lets you watch sports in VR. It puts you in a large VIP-style suite like you would get if you were an executive at a football stadium. You’ll be able to watch live games on the TV inside the set up. It works surprisingly well and you’ll also have the ability to watch the game from various angles and views. The app is totally free, but you will need a cable provider login in order to watch any game.
5. Google Trips
Google Trips is a travel app that can help you plan an entire trip from beginning to end. You’ll have the ability to include things like your itinerary directly from Gmail along with any restaurant reservations and other plans you may have. Those who are travelling somewhere and don’t know what to do can access a list of popular landmarks and tourist attractions that you can check out. It also includes an offline mode so you can check your plans even if you’re somewhere without a Web connection. It’s also completely free.