The best Android apps (November 2019)

It’s not easy deciding which apps to download and install on your Android phone or tablet, but we’re here to help with a tantalizing menu of solid core apps everyone should have, and a few lesser-known apps that you might want to try out. You’ll find 100 apps in all, the best Android apps, neatly divided into different categories for your consideration.
1. Nova Launcher

Nova Launcher is one of the best Android launchers residing on the Play Store for many years. The launcher is smooth, fast, lightweight, and comes with tons of customizations. Also, there are numerous icon packs available in the Google Play Store to change its looks.
Nova Launcher supports app-drawer customization, has a scrollable dock, notification badges, folder and icon customization, and packs around a dozen gestures for easy navigation. The launcher app is free to download, but its prime version unlocks a lot of other features including some locked gestures.

2. SMS Organizer

If you’re living a country like India and SMS is still a thing then you should add this one to your must have Android apps collection. SMS Organizer is made by Microsoft and the app turns out to be a great help when it comes to efficiently manage the loads of unwanted texts that people recieve all day.
You get everything from a tabbed interface, dark theme, intelligent sorting, reminders about bookings, PNR status, SMS backup & restore, and much more. All in all, the SMS Organizer app deserves some space on our devices.

3. Swiftkey

SwiftKey keyboard is trusted by over 250 million users worldwide. It uses artificial intelligence that enables it to learn and satisfactorily predict what the user intends to type.
Swiftkey features autocorrect and gesture typing for faster input. Moreover, there is an inbuilt GIF search engine, a wide range of themes, and is an excellent keyboard for bilingual folks.
Swiftkey does not store information from password fields and sensitive information such as credit card numbers. Overall, Swiftkey will enhance your typing experience and is a must have app on your Android device.

4. Evernote

Evernote is a cross-platform note-taking utility for 2019 to take notes in a variety of formats, including text, photos, audio, video, sketches and more. A common name among the most useful apps, it is one tool you need to keep yourself organized in today’s hectic life.
It syncs across all your devices to facilitate workflow. Evernote also has home-screen widgets for quick access to your notes. I’d say that it is one of the essential Android apps for every user.
Although Google Keep is also a good Android app, Evernote’s aesthetically pleasing interface and overly amount of functions make it a very unique productivity app.

5. Alarmy (Sleep If U Can)

If you have a habit of skipping your morning alarm, this is one of the must have Android apps for your device. Alarmy has a unique way to break your morning laziness by laying out puzzles and challenges before you can snooze that annoying music. Even more, you can set the difficulty level of these challenges as per your preference.
The useful app also features a photo mode where you can turn off the alarm by clicking a snapshot of a registered place. Dubbed as “the most annoying app,” the alarm app should be part of your set of cool Android apps.

6. WPS Office

WPS is a free Office Suite application with all-in-one features. It is fully compatible with Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and integrates PDF, presentations, spreadsheets, memo, Google docs, etc.
The app also comes with a free PDF converter, reader, editor, along with file-sharing abilities, supports multi-window mode, data encryption, etc. It is intuitive and easy to use, and you can also connect to the Cloud Drive to automatically save your documents to the cloud platform. Overall, it is one of the best Android office apps.

7. ES File Explorer

ES File Explorer is one of the popular Android file manager apps with all the necessary features. It comes with a Space Analyzer to help you free up space on your device.
Sharing media with other ES File Explorer users over WiFi is easy. ES File Manager also comes with an App Manager where you can uninstall/backup apps. You can even uninstall system apps with root privileges. It’s “Root Explorer” feature unlocks a lot of functionalities for rooted devices.
However, the app shows a lot of intrusive ads and is aimed at power users. I have recently discovered that Files Go from Google is also a very cool Android app for managing storage.

8. WhatsApp

WhatsApp is a free, instant messaging application where users can communicate with one another using the phone’s internet service. It is one of the top Android apps in India. It provides you the ability to send text messages and voice messages, share links, images, and location, make video calls, etc. to any other user worldwide. It is one of the secure Android messaging apps and is also accessible from a desktop environment.