10 Android Apps You Should Probably Not Miss On Your Device

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Good day IKB Readers, today we are going to be looking at the various apps that should not be missing on your Android Mobile Device…also, you should know that these apps might not be your own best of it all.

1. MusixMatch: is an mp3 media player with cool and awesome features like Auto Song Download, Speech Recognition, Search and Play amongst others. The speech recognition only need to listen to a part of a song you want to download and does the rest on its own.

2. Google Map: works hand in with the GPS of mobile device to enabled it give better results. With Google Map you can find directions to where you going in a situation where you think you’re stranded.

You can use the map to find your way to a desired destination all you need to do is launch the app, tap on the curve arrow at extreme bottom of your screen, now type in your current location on first space provided and your destination on the second then hit enter… Kindly note that your mobile data must be active for the result to display.

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3. Browser: aside the default browser that came with your device, it is advised that you install at least an extra browser like Chrome, Firefox or UcBrowser as they are the most commonly and mobile friendly used browsers. It is believed that default browsers are mostly slow in loading pages and leads to high data consumption.

4. Xender/FlashShare: is a large file sharing app with at least 2.5mbps sharing speed.

5. Video Player: also aside your default video player you might need to download other players if you have issues playing videos that are not in 3gp, mp4 and abi format we advise you look out for VLC or MX Player.

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6. Backup App: this is very important to have on any Android device because it enables you backup virtually everything on your smartphone [contact, apps, text messages, system apps, etc.] and the app to look out for is ‘Super Backup’

7. Es File Explorer: this is app tends to zip and unzip any file…can also be used to view HTML or CSS files with editing feature too.

8. Internet Speed Meter: utility for monitoring mobile data and WiFi usage.

9. OfficeSuite: is more like a mobile version of the Microsoft office with the ability to view, create and edit Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF files.

10. Translate: is a google language translating app that enables you translate different languages to English and vise versa. It also spot the three (3) major languages in Nigeria.

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