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5 Must Have Apps For Your Android Phone

5 Must-Have Apps For Your Android Phone

1Weather

1Weather is a simple and beautiful weather app that makes it easy to stay up-to-date with the latest weather conditions. It features a light and dark theme, so you can use it no matter the time of day. The app is free to download and use, but if you want to unlock all of its features, you can upgrade to the premium version for $3.99 per month. It includes more detailed forecasts, locations worldwide, and an ad-free experience.

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Google Drive

Google Drive is a must-have app for your Android phone or tablet, and it’s free from the Google Play Store. Google Drive is also available on iOS, but some features are only available on Android. One of these features is the ability to back up your photos and videos directly to Google Photos, which also backs up your photos automatically to Google Drive.

If you’re looking for a way to organize your files in one place, this is it! You can use Google Drive on your computer as well. It’s a great place to store documents, presentations, and spreadsheets, but you can also use it to store other files like photos, videos, and audio recordings.

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WhatsApp

WhatsApp Messenger is a free, cross-platform messaging app that supports text, voice, video calls, and instant messaging.

Features:

  • Send free text messages to friends and family, or make a voice or video call.
  • Make free audio calls to WhatsApp users using the WhatsApp Web app from your computer.
  • Share photos and videos with your contacts. You can also send documents such as Word files and PDFs.
  • Chat with groups of up to 256 people at one time. You can create conversations with specific people or with everyone in the group (for example, you could create a “class of 2016” group).

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Waze and Google Maps

Waze is a navigation app that uses crowdsourced data to create its maps. As a result, it’s very useful for avoiding traffic jams, construction, and road hazards. The app also has a community of drivers who can report accidents, police activity, and other information that might impact your trip. It’s free to use, but a premium subscription option allows you to skip ads, get turn-by-turn directions and avoid data usage if you’re on a limited plan.

Google Maps is an excellent all-around navigation app with a user-friendly interface and many features. You can search for addresses in the browser or in the app itself, navigate using voice commands, see real-time traffic conditions on your route, save favorite places for easy access later on, and get directions from one place to another via public transportation (train, bus, subway), view detailed maps with satellite view and much more. The app comes preinstalled on most Android phones, so there’s no need to download it separately unless you want to use Waze instead of Google Maps for some reason.

Facebook

Facebook is easily the most popular social network in the world. It’s a great way to stay in touch with friends, family, and colleagues. You can use Facebook to share photos and videos and read news stories from your friends and from around the world. The app is free, but you do need an account to use it.