Hello readers, let's check out the best 20 Android apps for 2021 that you should try. You will really enjoy these apps and they will make your life easy and productive and you will have a lot of fun with these. So jump into the apps section without any delay.
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You ever wanted to just wipe your hand over your phone and have it wake up? Well WaveUp is an Android application that lets you do exactly that. And it's completely free. And that's just the first of 20 Android applications that I've got lined up for you today. To start the year off right you ready?
Let's go. So Heynote is not your average notetaking application, this app actually allows you to write notes that then stick to your phone's wallpaper. So for those who absolutely need to make sure they don't forget something, well, this is a pretty solid solution. There are also a bunch of customizations within the app settings, but they really dial in how the persistent notes look.
3. aOD Notify
Ah, remember the good old days when pretty much every single Android device had a notification LED? Well, aOD Notify utilizes your phone's punch hole to bring back this beloved feature, there's actually two versions that you can get one for Samsung's lineup of phones, and one for Oneplus. But they do the same thing. And that any time you receive a notification, well, a little ring will pulse around your phone's punch hall to let you know that you've got a notification. There's some fun customization to be had within the app settings as well, though, some of which you do need the premium version for.
If you have a phone with an OLED panel, and you might already know that if you use a black wallpaper, or even a wallpaper that is partially black, you can actually help to save your phones and battery life because the display can actually switch off any of those black pixels whenever the wallpaper is visible. Except sometimes when we think a wallpaper is black, it's actually just really dark right instead. And that means the pixels will actually have to stay on. And it'll save, you know, battery life. So OLEDBuddy is an app that analyzes any given image and shows you just how much of it is actually true black, you can then use the app to further darken those dark parts of the image to ensure that they are actually black. So you can then rest easy knowing you're actually using a wallpaper that will save you some battery.
If you're into customizing your phone in any which way, then you've got to check out BitLit this app is all about giving you the latest news and updates regarding anything customization related and new app releases, some wallpapers it'll be covered, an icon pack is on sale, it's covered. A wallpaper collection is uploaded to Google Drive for free. Yep, it's covered. It's a seriously impressive app and one that I'll be keeping on hand for sure.
6. Pro Screens
If you're looking for actual inspiration for homescreen setups themselves than Pro Screens is definitely the new go to it is a seriously well designed app that showcases handpicked homescreen setups and it will provide you with customization inspiration for days. Each setup also lists the apps needed to pull off the setup. There's even wallpapers and app suggestions in the app as well. And this will give you a great starting platform with which to build your home screen setups around upgrading to the premium version of this app removes all of the ads and unlocks a few extra goodies as well. And the developer has been kind enough to offer me 20 free promo codes that I will be releasing over on my Instagram stories in the next couple of weeks. So make sure that you're following me over there to have the best chance at claiming one of those codes.
Stokie is a wallpaper app filled with just about every stock wallpaper that comes pre loaded onto any and every smartphone device. So you've got your iOS wallpapers, your Google Pixel wallpapers, Oneplus, vivo, Oppo you name it, all of this stock wallpapers are included in this app. And it's even got the recently late Galaxy S21 lineup of wallpapers included. So it stays well and truly on top of all of the latest releases. But what's great is that the app also lets you customize each of these wallpapers as well, you can blur them, you can adjust the colors or the contrast. And it really does allow you to make your own wallpapers that still have that beautifully designed and familiar looked at.
8. Hypno Clock Live Wallpaper
If you want to go a little more out of the box than Hypno Clock Live Wallpaper application that is visually stunning. If you're into mechanical watches, or gears, or moving parts, or even just the idea of having a super unique looking lock screen and home screen, then this is the app for you, you can dive in and customize the colors of each and every little component or the speed of the various moving parts. Plus there's other customizations as well. And it really is an impressive wallpaper app that also keeps track at the top.
If you're anything like me any find staying on top of the chores around the home a little tricky. Well Sweepy is a really nicely designed app that is here to help. All you do is set up the various rooms around your house and fill them up with the various jobs that need to be completed in that particular area and how regularly each of the jobs need to be completed. Once everything is set up, the app will then provide you with a visual guide as to how your house is tracking. In regards to cleanliness. There are other features worth checking out as well some that you will need to upgrade to the premium version for but it's really just a beautifully designed app that is well worth a go.
10. Infinity For Reddit
Infinity For Reddit is another in a long list of Reddit clients. But this one is up there as one of the most modern looking and feeling whether it's the transitions between feeds, and posts or just the general look and layout of the entire app itself. It's honestly probably the most well rounded of all the Reddit clients I've stumbled across in terms of design. There are a bunch of things I mean customizations as well. But the best part is that there are no ads. And it's completely free to use.
Do you realize that whenever you use a phone or a computer screen, or any sort of technology device, you actually tend to blink less? Well, this can actually cause issues with our eyes. So into Blink this is an outrageously simple app that places a little animated all at the top of your screen every few seconds, which reminds you to blink super simple, but very much appreciated.
12. Bluetooth Audio Device Widget
Bluetooth Audio Device Widget, which as the name would so helpfully suggests, allows you to place really useful Bluetooth related widgets right onto your home screen. So for example, you could have different widgets set up to each of the different Bluetooth devices you have paid. And then rather than having to dig into your settings every time to reconnect to a different device, well, that you can just tap on your design widget. Or even better is that you can even set up a widget so that after tapping on it, not only will it connect to your specific device of choice, but it will also then open up Spotify and start playing automatically, the app is free to use. But if you want to remove the ads, then we have another 20 promo codes to give away for this one, again, happening over on my Instagram page.
13. Poweramp Equalizer
Poweramp Equalizer is an advanced audio processing app that's kind of like taking your phone speakers and audio outputs and cranking them right up to 11. In terms of customization. So the main selling point is that you get this multiband equalizer that allows you to really dial in the EQ of your phone's audio output, not enough bass, and in some low end to hear See, take out some of the highs. There are other features as well, such as I can press out in a limiter, it can be a little bit daunting when you first open the app. But if you consider yourself an audio file of any kind, well, it just got to give it a go.
Google just recently announced its plans to stop unlimited Google Photos, storage, and so UnLim has come to save the day with its somehow unlimited storage solution completely for free. I mean, I don't know if this is all of a sudden going to get locked behind a paywall. Or maybe there's some hidden catch. But all I know is that at the moment, it's completely free. There are no ads, and you get unlimited storage of anything that's stored on your phone, if you want it to be stored online. Of course, aside from that, it's also got a really nice design. So if you're in need of freeing up some storage on your phone, quick smart, this app might be worth checking out.
It is the new year. So I'm sure we've all got some goals that we want to check off as the year progresses. So it could be worth trying out an app called Priorities. The app is really simple in its functionality. The idea is that rather than over complicating and over organizing our task lists, instead, we use this app to mindfully focus on three to five of the most impactful tasks that are going to help us to reach our goals, you save time by not over organizing your life. And yet, you still get things done an interesting concept for sure, and a nicely designed app as well.
If you're looking for a more traditional method of taking notes and staying organized, then you might want to consider Notally instead, this is a fairly run of the mill note taking app in terms of functionality. But in all honesty, there are about 1000 different note taking apps that you can find on the Google Play Store, many of which just have to put it bluntly, fairly lackluster designs. And that's what I really liked about nicely. It looks good whilst doing what it says on the box.
BuzzKill is a really helpful app that is essentially designed to help keep your notifications under control. So use this app to create rules that will tell BuzzKill what to do with all of the various notifications coming in on your phone. As an example, you can set it up so that whenever a notification comes in for let's say, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and just between 9am and 5pm, on Saturday and Sunday, then buzzkill will dismiss the notifications automatically. Now, that's just one fairly basic example. But there are loads and loads of other options to choose between. And it's a seriously fantastic app that I'm going to be hanging on to throughout 2021. It does cost a few dollars to buy.
I get a new email about a different subscription service that I'm signed up to. And it's pretty hard to stay on top of it. So that's where Billbot comes in. This is a really well designed subscription manager application where you essentially set up all of your various subscription services that you signed up to within the app. And then you can either just use the app as a visual tracker, we can even set up reminders to a code just before the subscription is about to roll over.
Stocard though is all about storing your various rewards cards into one easy to access location. So this app is seriously perfect for those who hate carrying around a thick wallet or purse filled with rewards cards that you'll probably never use again. So with this app, all you do is quickly scan your cards to digitize them. And then you will now always have those cards on you without having to carry around a wallet.
MacroDroid is a seriously impressive app that essentially allows you to automate your life Well, your friends life anyway. As an example, you can use the app to switch on your Bluetooth and start playing music as soon as you get into your car or have the Wi-Fi auto Turn on, when you're nearby to your house, there are a huge range of triggers and actions to choose from within the app. The interface is really well designed as well. So it makes the setup process quick and fairly easy to understand.
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