You must have already paid a great deal of money for a decent android phone. Some flagship phones, for instance, climb even up to £500+ with decent ones costing at least £200. Consider the hefty price that you have paid to gain ownership of your favorite smartphone, it is quite understandable why you would now want to save as much money as possible. At this point, spending another £100 for a couple of applications might totally be out of your scope. Well, you do not have to worry about spending at all!
Fortunately, the Android store offers a range of great applications that can be downloaded totally for free. These applications belong to all categories including social media, productivity, and entertainment. While money won’t be the issue with these apps, they can certainly take over your phone space in case you end up downloading every free app that you spot (unless you have an endless phone storage capacity, of course).
To make things easier for you, we have compiled a list of the all-time popular free android apps below:
As you might already know, Facebook is the most widely used social media platform all over the globe. The AndroidFacebook application is quite similar to the desktop version of Facebook, but optimized for smartphones, of course.
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Android phones do already carry support for viewing PDF files. However, the Adobe Acrobat Reader offers you something that is far more reliable and capable for management of PDF files. Also, it works far smoother as compared to the built-in PDF support.
Files Go is a product from Google, and it is the world’s most widely acclaimed management application. It is more like an assistant that gives you automatic updates about your phone’s storage space and flags applications and documents that are rarely used in case your storage is going low. You may then delete these, or back them up on a cloud.
Gmail Go is another product in the Go line by Google. It is the go-to email application that is designed for entry-levelsmartphones. It allows users to quickly access most of the Gmail features while keeping the storage minimized at the same time.
Microsoft To-Do is a very powerful and smart productivity application that provides an interface that is free from distractions and is very sleek. Using this application, one can easily manage his/her to-do tasks. It gives reminders intelligently, based on long-term usage patterns, and deadlines that are coming up.
Twitter is the most widely used micro-blogging platform in the world todayand is constantly seeing a surge in accounts that are joining it on a daily basis. It allows you to type messages in 280 characters or less. People use twitter on a daily basis so as to connect with their followers or to keep a track on news related to their interests.
Indeed, Google Maps is the most powerful map application that there is. It provides information about traffic data, allows navigation, shows commute directions, and location searching all in one free package.