5 Android Apps you might not know about
Whether your phone is a Samsung, Sony, HTC or Huawei, a lot of people are using Androis. We put together a list of the best and most useful Android apps around. If you have a good app, share it in the comments.
Everyone needs to sue this app. Pocket is your personal library for useful links, blog posts and news articles as well as videos. There is an iOS, Android and desktop extension so you can bring it everywhere.
You save links to pocket then you can read them in a simplified view. You choose the text size and colour, and if your eyes are tired, you can get your phone to read it to you, just click Listen(TTS). The app also has a social feature that lets you follow journalists and your friends, and makes a feed of recommended articles.
Nuzzel is a social news app that makes it easy to keep track of what your friends are sharing. Connect your Twitter and Facebook and see articles your friends share in a handy feed. You can set up filters so you are notified when a number of friends share something. You can also subscribe to topics to get the, latest news.
This app is a great app for all Irish Rail times, Intercity, Commuter and DART. The design is tidier and easier to use than the official Irish Rail app, and it has the same times and information. There is a paid version with additional features, but the free app is perfectly usable.
This app is the easiest and best way to scan documents. Just open the app and wait for the line to appear around the document, then take the photo. This is also good for scanning ID cards or Passports, Business cards or parts of documents. There are a lot of sharing options as well. This app may mean you can replace your scanner with your smartphone.
There have been a lot of advances in medicine and biology in the past few years. Making new drugs and researching new treatments requires a lot of computing power. With this app, you can help out. Thousands of DreamLab users lend their phone’s spare computing power to work together to do small parts of this research. This uses a small amount of Data and you can choose how much data and wifi to use.
Let us know what you think of these apps. Can you recommend some apps we should write about?
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