6 cool Free Android apps you must try

Unlike iPhone, there are lot of things in Android that are easy to use, and there is more freedom for app developers to try a lot more different things that you can't do on iOS platform. Today, i've chosen 10 such terrific Android apps that makes your Android experience more better.

Pocket

Life is busy and there is a content overdose we are having right now, especially on Facebook and Twitter, that makes us pass even the quality content as spam, due to lack of time. Pocket solves that by allowing you to easily save web pages and even videos for later, storing them all in one place, so that you can check read them later when you've free time.

It's much more than traditional book marking system, because it makes them available offline, so you can read things even when you've poor network connection.

And the good news is, it's for free. It allows users to synchronize saved articles across every device you've installed Pocket on, allowing you to pick you where you left off and continue reading.

IF by IFTTT

IF was formerly knows as IFTTT, which means "if this then that", concisely explaining what this app does. It's an app that automate your task with various functions.
For example, you can create simple statements like "if my location is home, turn on Wi-Fi", or "if I snap a screenshot, email to me". These are simple statements that are easy to create and they can also be shared with the IF community. And there are tons of pre-designed 'recipes' to choose from, so you don't have to spent too much time to create your own.

Duolingo: Learn Languages Free

When in Rome, do as the Romans do, Duolingo just serves that purpose. It's always nice to learn a bit of local lingo before you leave to a new location, and Duolingo lets you learn that for free.
This Android app makes learning second language easy, fun and convenient, by giving number of daily challenges and tests to help you learn. The bite sized nature, feature packed app is free of both cost and adverts.

Sketchbook Express

If you're someone too fond of drawing things on your phone or tablet, then Sketchbook Express is for you. With 15 preset brushes, pressure sensitivity, multiple image layers and the ability to add text to your creations, this app is the way a sketch app should be.
It's free of cost, and it lets your share your art right to deviantART, a platform for sharing drawings, and also to your social media accounts.

Boomerang from Instagram

It's an app by Instagram which bridges the gap between photos and videos. It allows users to shoot burst of photos and transforms them into a looping mini video.
It works with a single tap, and its quick and easy to transform your instagram pictures to a meaningful video. And it allows to share your creations to your social media accounts.

Twickets

Last minute plans are expensive, especially when it comes to watching live events like football match, concert, play festival, or anything else, but Twickets has some good news for you. It's an app that allows to check if someone selling tickets.
That might sound like a  recipe for getting ripped off, but on Twicket, one can't sell tickets for more than face value, so it will simply be people who can't make the event and want to get some of their money back selling them, rather than the black-market profiteers and opportunists.

Hope you like our recommendations, if you've something worth to add to this list, kindly share in comments. We would love to hear them.

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About Mohammed Rizwan

An Electronics Engineer by education, a part-time blogger by passion. He loves everything about technology, hence he writes about it. Interest includes Technology, Startups and Mobile Applications.
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