There are some apps you wish you had known about them earlier. I have made a collection of 5 little-known great android apps that are not that famous but are very productive. You would never come across these apps until someone shows you or directs you to these apps. An Android user uses a specific app for a week and then never tries it again, but I have been using the following apps regularly, and I love them. So I would also recommend you try out these little-known apps. Trust me. You’ll never regret getting them into your phone.
5 Little Known Great Android Apps
Now let’s move on to the apps that aren’t much popular, but there is excellent concept and functionality behind them.
Whenever I get a new Android phone, it’s the first app I get on my phone. So what does this app do? Let me explain with a scenario if you’re using Twitter and click on a link that will take you to a site that will be opened from the system webview browser, which does not have your saved password and autofill forms. Instead, you have to fill out the forms or log in to share the links.
Chormer solves this issue by forcefully opening the external links on Google Chrome instead of the Webview browser. As a result, this app will save you a lot of time logging on and filling out different forms.
Mint Personal Finance
It is a great app to keep in check and balance your priorities and expenses. It allows you to put all your accounts, investments, and cards in one place from where you can easily monitor them. You can track your spending and create a budget, and many more. It also has password protection so no one can peek into your details. If your phone is lost or anything, you can access your account from the web and disable it. So no need to worry about security and privacy.
The Multiwindow interface is very productive. After using Xperia, it was hard for me to manage not using small apps while doing some work. It saved all the time spent switching between the apps. Then, I came across TinyApps, which lets you run the essential apps over your current main app. TinyApps allows you to resize the small windows for essential apps and drag them wherever you want. It is one of the most helpful apps for large-screen phones like Nexus 6 and Nexus 6P.
You buys must be familiar with the app that tends to create an artificial ambiance around you to keep your focus on the stuff you’re doing. Coffitivity is one of that kind. You should go for it instead of other apps with the same functionality because even if you are listening to music, you can use this app over it. Like you can create an artificial ambiance over music and enjoy the whole scenario.
Google Opinion reward:
Using Google Opinion Rewards, you can give your view in surveys and earn money for it. It offers a quick survey almost once a week, and you can receive nearly $1 for each survey.
Many people do not know about these apps; not-so-famous developers develop great apps, but these apps are productive. If you know about any such apps, you would like to share them. Let us know in the comments; I would love to try them out and give a review.
- Also, Checkout: 5 great Google Apps known by few.
I am always looking for great apps to try if I find any other great app like the above-mentioned. So I would update this post “5 little-known great android apps”. So don’t forget to follow the post.