Top 5 android apps you needs to install

1. Evernote
Evernote is a cross-platform utility for 2019 to take notes in a variety of formats, including text, photos, audio, video, sketches and more. It is one tool you need to keep yourself organized in today’s hectic life.It syncs across all your devices to facilitate workflow. Evernote also has home-screen widgets for quick access to your notes. It is one of the essential Android apps for every user.Although Google Keep is also a good Android app, Evernote aesthetically pleasing interface and overly amount of functions make it a very unique productivity app.

2. Firefox

Firefox is lickety-split fast and has a clean design that is a joy to use. The Quantum update just makes everything better. Mozilla also makes a big point about how it doesn't collect your data, and we are pleased to see that the app comes with a full complement of security settings—including an option to protect your information from advertisers and a private browsing mode. Like the desktop version, Firefox for mobile has a robust selection of plug-ins, excellent tab management, and a dynamic start page for bookmarks and the latest headlines.

3. DARK SKY
There’s no beating Dark Sky when it comes to predicting the rain. Even if you’re partial to another weather app (or have a weather widget built into your home screen, like the Pixel 3), it’s worth paying $2.99 per year for Dark Sky to get its down-to-the-minute predictions of when it’ll start and stop raining.

4. NETFLIX

Netflix is one of the best video-streaming services. There’s a huge selection of movies and TV shows for subscribers and the performance is silky smooth. This is as entertained as you can get starting at $9 a month.


5. SOPHOS MOBILE SECURITY
Malwarebytes is a free app that does one job really well - protecting your phone from malware - and it does so with a bloat-free, minimalist interface and well-chosen options.As well as offering malware detection, there's also a handy privacy audit feature that scans apps installed on your phone and breaks them down into different categories. This allows you to get a simple and quick overviewof all the apps on your phone.


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