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Top 10 Android Apps for 2015

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In case you didn’t know, there are currently so many useful Android apps that can make your life much easier! Apart from the classics you have already downloaded on your smartphone such as Google Maps, Spotify, Evernote and Instagram, there are some other great apps that can help you too!

Check out the list of the top 10 Android apps for 2015:

#1 Trello

Trello helps you be more productive by allowing you to organise your thoughts and to do lists in one place. Just like your written agenda, it lets you know what need to get done, when it needs to be done and what’s coming up next. The app is very simple to use and allows you to write your ideas on Trello cards and arrange them the way you want on your boards.

#2 Roadify Transit

Roadify Transit provides you with the information you need in regards to your transportation. If you travel a lot, it will be very helpful for you as it allows you to get information for all types of transit including subways, buses as well as trains. Also, it offers real-time examples, maps and schedules to discover your route.

#3 Slack

Slack helps you and your team to stay organised by providing all your team communication in one place. This makes it easier for you and the rest of the business group to connect with each other anytime and anywhere you are. The app is free for an unlimited number of users and allows you to share files and have group conversations with your colleagues. 

#4 Sunrise

Sunrise is a free calendar that’s made for Google Calendar, Exchange, iCloud, Todoist and Trello accounts. The app allows you to access all your daily tasks and appointments in one place, and it is ideal for entrepreneurs. An excellent feature of the Sunrise calendar is that it integrates location information from Google Maps that automatically allows you to add maps to your events.

#5 BusyFlow

BusyFlow allows you to see an overview of all of your apps and create new cloud items such as Trello cards and calendar events. Since it integrates a variety of apps such as Dropbox, Basecamp, Google Drive and Trello it makes it so much easier for you to manage your work through BusyFlow.

#6 Waze

This community-based traffic and navigation app allows you to get information on real-time traffic in order to help you save time and money improving your daily commute. Not only that, Waze allows you to report accidents and police traps, and helps you find the cheapest gas prices shared by the community through road alerts.

#7 Pocket

With Pocket, you can save articles, videos and any other web content that interests you for later use. This means that you can organise your favourite items in one place and view it later when you have free time. Also, you can share them on any device whether you are online or offline.

#8 Moves

If you like walking, cycling – or running, you will like this app called Moves. This app can help you stay healthy and fit by tracking your everyday life and exercise. The only thing you need to do is to carry your phone in your pocket or bag.

#9 Arcus Weather

Arcus weather is an app that gives you the most precise up to the minute weather forecasts available using the Forecast.io API. The app is very simple to use as it provides temperature and rain forecasts in a clear and practical design that uses text-based information and small icons.

#10 Afterlight

Afterlight allows you to create the perfect images providing you with the best set of editing tools. It has a modern, simple design and over 59 filters and 66 textures to choose from. After editing your photos, it also allows you to share them on your Instagram account.

So, this is the list of the top 10 apps that are available on Android smartphone devices for 2015. Check out what each app offers and make your choice!

Have you used any of these apps yet? Let us know in the comment section below.

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