Useful Applications for Android
Many users of Android and Apps Editor at TNW download various applications. Some of them remain unused for a long time while others are used almost every day. There are several necessary apps for Android to spend more time doing instead of dawdling.
When someone comes across a video, articles, etc. and wants to save them quickly in order to have access to them in the future, Read it Later may be a perfect option for it. This service of content bookmarking with a slick interface was renamed as Pocket in April. When one creates an account with it and installs a bookmarklet in his browser, he is able to synchronize his videos, articles and web pages saved before to have an access to numerous platforms. ‘Pocket’ allows one to save time when he tries to remember where he saw that interesting video earlier. Another useful app is Any.DO, an easy task list application with a pen and a blank sheet of paper to set up reminders and similar things.
Buffer is an app allowing its users to schedule tweets at fixed intervals during a day. If they want to share some articles and links with their friends but do not want to overload them, they can use Buffer to establish the frequency of their being tweeted out. This app is considered to be useful because it gives the ability to keep on tweeting even when one is offline. Astro File Manager provides an easy access to users’ photographs, videos, music and documents. It is a mobile alternative of Windows Explorer for a smartphone and tablet. It also gives a possibility to determine the processes draining a battery.
Shopping List is an application on Google Play helping one to make numerous shopping lists and to synchronize them with a device of another person. Both users can contribute to and shop from the same lists all the time. They are also able to add new items they want to buy, establish their number and categories. If one is uncertain about the look of a certain fruit, he can add its pictures to avoid confusion. Skitch is a tool allowing one to edit images and comment them. If someone wants to show the place of his residence to his friend, he can take a shot of Google Maps and circle his house.