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Apps For Android That Will Make iPhone Users Green With Envy (22 pics)

Posted in Random » Interesting   31 May 2016   / 5260 views

ADV Screen Recorder lets you capture what's happening on your phone.

If you need to record what's happening on your phone screen, you're not going to be able to on an iPhone. ADV Screen Recorder works to let you capture your phone screen to store for later use, and doesn't require any rooting.

Price: Free

Google Opinion Rewards gives you Google Play Store cash for filling out surveys.

Google Opinion Rewards is simple: You answer some consumer surveys from Google, and you earn credits for the Google Play store. You get a notification when a survey is ready, and you can get up to $1 just for filling it out.

Price: Free

Audify will automatically read your notifications to you when you're in the car.

If you are ever in a situation where reading your notifications might be annoying or dangerous, Audify will read them aloud to you. The app works by speaking your notifications through a connected speaker or (wireless or wired) headset. The thinking is that when you have a headset in, it's probably not a time when you want to be fumbling around for your phone. (Let's say when you are in the car.)

Price: Free.

Muzei promises to turn your home screen into a "living museum."

Muzei is a live wallpaper that changes your home screen into a different famous work of art each day.

Price: Free

Unlock your phone and apps with your face and voice using AppLock Face/Voice Recognition.

AppLock Face/Voice Recognition is an interesting app that lets you use your face and voice to unlock your phone and access locked apps. You can decide which apps to lock and unlock using this method, and there's even a nifty "liveness" feature that requires you to move your face to protect against people tricking the system with photos.

Price: Free

Keep your Android phone virus-free with Avast Mobile Security and Antivirus.

Sometimes malicious apps make their way into the Google Play app store, and this comprehensive antivirus app will keep you protected. It scans for and removes viruses, includes antitheft tracking, lets you lock specific apps with a PIN, and even lets you remotely snap a picture and record audio if anyone steals your phone.

Price: Free

Light Flow lets you hack into your smartphone's LED for custom notifications.

If your phone has an LED light for notifications, Light Flow will let you assign a custom color for when you receive a text, email, phone call, calendar reminder, or even when you're running low on battery.

Price: Free

Wikileaks lets you browse leaked documents and files.

Apple removed the Wikileaks app from the App Store, but you can download a version of the app on Google Play. (Just a heads up, it hasn't been updated in years, though.) The app lets you browse and dive into Wikileaks' treasure trove of leaked documents.

Price: Free

Lux lets you darken your phone beyond the default brightness setting.

Lux lets you tweak your phone's brightness settings. You can lower the screen's brightness below the default zero when reading at night, and there's Night Mode, which can be turned on automatically at sunset.

Price: $3.80

tTorrent allows you to find and download torrents with your phone.

tTorrent is a peer-to-peer app that makes browsing and downloading torrents easy. And it comes with all the bells and whistles of other popular torrenting programs.

Price: Free

Mighty Text lets you text from your computer using your Android number.

Mighty Text allows you to send and receive SMS text messages with your computer or tablet, which is great when you're in work mode and can't glance at your phone. It also works from within Gmail.

Price: Free

Cerberus is the best antitheft app out there.

Cerberus does a lot more than just let you track your stolen device. You can control it remotely using the website or via text message, sound an alarm even in silent mode, wipe everything, lock the device with a code, record audio from the mic, see a list of sent and received calls, and even hide the Cerberus app so the thief doesn't notice it.

Price: Free trial

AirDroid makes it simple to share files between Android and your computer.

AirDroid lets you control your phone from your computer. You can share files, texts, notifications, and more between the two devices.

Price: Free

HoverChat lets you message without stopping what you're doing.

HoverChat is a messaging app that lets you continue your conversations even while you're using another app or watching a movie. By resizing and deciding how transparent you want the messaging window to be, you can customize your messaging to fit what you're up to.

Price: Free

Cover puts your favorite apps on your lock screen.

Cover removes the hassle of searching through pages of apps to find what you're looking for. Cover senses whether you're at home, work, or driving and puts the apps you use most during those times right on your lock screen.

Price: Free

Locale lets you customize your phone with crazy levels of detail.

Locale is an automation app, meaning you can customize how your phone behaves based on where you are, who calls you, what your battery life is, the orientation of your phone, or the time. For example, you can set it up so you silence your phone by turning it over, or so that it turns down the brightness automatically when your battery life hits 20%.

Price: $9.99

Google's Sky Map makes stargazing fun and informative.

Sky Map was created by Google to help people learn more about the stars above them. By pointing your phone up to the sky, you can see what constellation you're looking at.

Price: Free

Tasker is another automation app for customizing every aspect of your phone.

With over 200 built-in actions, Tasker is another great app for deciding what your phone will do when a certain "action" occurs. You can create custom actions based on the app, time, day, location, event, widget, or shortcut, and there's even a built-in platform for creating and selling your own app.

Price: $2.99

UCCW lets you create your own custom widget.

UCCW allows you to design your own widget for your home screen. You simply choose from one of the many skins to create your own look. Then you can choose what the widget displays, with options for text, images, weather, clocks, calendar, battery info, missed calls, Gmail, and more.

Price: Free

Unclouded puts all your cloud storage in one place

Unclouded is a great tool that lets you manage all of your cloud drives in one place. If you've signed up for the free storage on a bunch of services, it can be a pain to constantly maneuver between them. And Unclouded lets explore clean your accounts on services like Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, and Mega.

Price: Free

Drupe brings all the ways you can contact someone into your phone book.

Drupe is all about bringing your contacts into one place. This app lets you first look at "who" you want to contact, then decide "how," and not the other way around. When you select your contact, you can call them, text them, Facebook message them, WhatsApp message them — whatever way you want.

Price: Free

Solid Explorer is a clean-looking app for accessing files stored on your phone or in the cloud.

Solid Explorer is one of the best file explorers out there. A file explorer is an app that lets you access files stored on your phone's SD card the same way you would on a computer. So if you transfer a video directly from your computer to your phone, a file explorer helps you find that video. And Solid Explorer integrates with cloud services like Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, Mega, and Owncloud.

Price: 14-day Free Trial (then $1.99)






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