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Wednesday, 18 April 2018

6 Cool Android Apps You Do Not Know About

There are many more excellent apps in our roundup of the 100 Best Android Apps. Do you have different suggestions about the 10 most critical Android apps for everything from entertainment to information to productivity and more? Let us know in the comments. We update this list 

1. Stitch It!

Stitch It!, the popular screenshot tool from iOS recently arrived on Android with much fanfare. As the name suggests, the app lets you stitch multiple screenshots for a better sharing experience. It especially comes in handy when there are screenshots of conversations, as you can use the app’s transparent overlay crop tool to stitch them together to make them look uniform. The app also lets you edit your private info from screenshots or even highlight a part of the screenshot.
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The free version only lets you stitch three images at a time and also puts a watermark on the stitched image. Moreover, the app includes banner ads. To remove the ads and unlock these features, you will have to get a subscription.

2. Snap Swipe Drawer

Android widgets make a lot of things easier, like reading emails or news on the go, posting on social media feeds, launching a quick action and doing various other tasks. However, not everyone likes widgets, as they also tend to clutter your homescreen. Well, what if you could enable widgets in the notification center? Well, Snap Swipe Drawer lets you do exactly that. You can simply add widgets in the app, go to Preferences and select the activation area in the status bar, enable the app and you are good to go. Then, you can simply swipe down from the activation area you chose and you should see your favorite widgets. Moreover, you can even interact with these widgets. For instance, you can scroll through emails in the Gmail widget.
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While there is a free version of the app available, it only lets you add three widgets, which is a shame. You have to get the Prime version to get unlimited widgets.

 3. Drupe

Contacts Phone Dialer: drupe (Yes, that’s what it’s called on the Play Store) is a pretty nifty app that is sure to make your life easier. Don’t go by its name, the app is not a simple phone dialer, instead it combines your contact and communication apps. The app features a floating icon on the homescreen, which can be swiped to bring up the dialer. The interface features a list of your contacts on the left and the right list features various actions like call, message, email, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and more. All you need to do is press hold a contact and drop it to one of those actions to quickly call or message through the various apps listed. Sounds cool, right?
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The app also includes a ton of other features like call recording, snooze missed calls or set reminders, a recent feed that’s unified and more. We certainly love the app and we are pretty sure you’ll find it great too, so check it out.( FREE APP)

4. KinScreen

KinScreen is another very cool Android app that deserves a mention on this list. The app does not feature a great interface but it brings some very cool features. KinScreen lets you decide when you want your device’s screen to be turned on and off. For instance, you can make sure the screen is turned on by just detecting a motion, tilt, waving over the proximity sensor and more. This comes in handy when you are doing something and you don’t want the screen to time-out on you. It even lets you turn the screen off or on by simply covering the proximity sensor along with more such options.
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Moreover, all of the aforementioned options and rules can be configured to suit your needs. However, you will need the Premium version of the app to unlock the various configuration options.

5. Hermit

Apps are cool but if you have a ton of them installed on your Android smartphone, chances are, you are not getting the best performance. Well, that’s because some apps are a CPU and battery hog. In that case, you can use Hermit. The app lets youcreate lite apps for your favorite portals and services. Simply put, it creates a lite app with the web version of a service or platform. For instance, you can create a Facebook lite app from Hermit and it will simply be a web wrapper for the mobile web version of the platform. Also, you can endlessly customize every lite app to make sure you get the best performance and a streamlined look. There are options to block malware, popups, choose a theme for the app, search & share integration and more.
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Plus the app is free and there are no ads, so what’s not to like. Having said that, the free version only lets you create two lite apps and you will have to get the Premium version for unlimited apps.

6. Torchie

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There are numerous occasions like a power cut or when we are travelling to a remote area, when we use our smartphone as a torch. However, activating the torch on our Android smartphone isn’t as simple as one might expect. You either have to switch it on via Quick Settings from the notification shade or install a dedicated app, which brings a shortcut to the homescreen. 
Screenshot ImageScreenshot ImageTo fix things up, the cool new Torchie app lets you activate an Android device’s flash light by just pressing the volume button. Also, if your smartphone does not happen to have a flash, it will activate the screen flash. The open-source app also prevents activating the torch when it’s in your pocket. Overall, it’s a pretty handy app that you should install and the good news is, it works like a charm even on non-rooted devices.

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