3 Must-Have Apps for your Android Phone.

by Frederick Akinola
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We use our android smartphones for almost everything. We talk to friends and family send messages, and emails, get information, listen to music, and so on.  Another use of smartphones is to make our lives easier. Thankfully, there are plenty of applications (apps) that can do just that. You carry this thing on you all the time, so why not let it make your life easier? The tools listed below should make your life easier in a variety of specific ways. I am very much aware of the Android/iPhone debate. This list however is for the Android users.

Google Translate

Google Translate is a multilingual translation service developed by google to translate text, documents and websites from one language to another. It has received a number of updates over the years, including the ability to use your camera to point at something and have it translated in real time. It has the ability to translate a two-way conversation in real time.  Microsoft Translate is also good.  This app is very important, in case you are in a situation where you need a translator. Your phone can come in handy.

Microsoft Apps

Microsoft Office is a powerful service that helps you unleash your best ideas, get things done, and stay connected on the go. The company definitely has some of the most useful apps out there. Some of the better ones include Microsoft OneDrive (cloud storage), the Microsoft Office suite (word documents, spreadsheets, presentations), Microsoft Launcher, Microsoft Authenticator (security), Office Lens (document scanner), Remote Desktop, Xbox and Mixer (gaming), Your Phone Companion (phone-to-PC), and several more. Additionally, they have some up-and-comers like a to-do list app that is slowly getting better. They are also working on direct Android screen mirroring on Windows 10 and some other useful things.


TickTick is among the best to-do list apps and also one of the most useful apps. You put tasks in and the app reminds you to do them. In addition, you can set it up for things like grocery lists and other stuff. The app also features collaboration. You can share tasks between the members of your household or job if needed. It also comes with a calendar, widgets, and note-taking features. The free version comes with more than enough for casual use. The paid version is really only needed for extreme business use cases.

Of course, there are loads of other apps that are very useful to every individual. But the aforementioned are mentioned due to their ability to organise and help you work anywhere around the world.

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