Android apps have taken the world by storm, as it has billions of users scattered over 190 countries of the world. And with millions of apps in the market churned out by Android App Development companies, each hoping to seduce the mobile users and make them come running for them, there is a problem of plenty for app savvy population. Have a look at 5 apps which are worth having on your mobiles.
With obesity rate on an unprecedented rise, weight loss and fat burn has become the keyword buzzing around. The run keeper is one such app for fitness freaks which keeps them up and running. It keeps a track of your activities and training programs. It is a hub of fitness plans you can choose which suits you, it could be a weight loss program, or any other physical fitness training activity. It guides you in your fitness plans through audio prompts to make you more disciplined and conscious.
Even while driving cars people cannot resist the temptation of responding to their smart phones whenever they give a ping. If you need some restrictions, this is the app which tries to instill discipline in your lifestyle. Whenever you connect it with the Bluetooth of your car, the app gets activated and blocks all your calls and messages. Though you can specify if you intend to allow certain calls or messages, and the app allows you to communicate with audio instructions. Exhibiting its uniqueness, InCar has the knack at peeping in your received messages and emails, and pick up the things-to-do from them and read out to you.
Well this one is for bookworms who love reading, and icing on the cake being it is a cool way for them to earn rewards along the way. You can redeem your rewards as a gift card on Amazon or get it through PayPal, or you can choose to donate it. You browse through the articles and pick up the one which interests you, on the app screen there is an unlock icon, you tap on it and the contents of the article opens up with your web browser, and you can start reading the article. Then you can come across some points to earn upon downloading an app or a game, or for following someone of social media.
‘If this then that’ is a logical apps where you set the parameter for the app to follow if certain things happen. You create a recipe of various scenarios and setup a command for that, like you can create a recipe by which you can disable the ring tone function whenever you are at a particular location, you don’t have to do it manually every time.
This is a fantastically polished app which keeps you updated on the current events and news. It has a great looking layout with snap shots and news related to it. Upon clicking over the link you go through the individual news. Then you have the options of searching for articles of your choice.