First of all, let’s define “Must Install.” There are plenty of must-installed apps you’ve probably already installed because you’re aware of their benefits. We’ll avoid these apps such as Facebook, Twitter or Gmail. While these are essential (for most). But today we’re gonna tell you about those three Android Apps every one should install on their phone. Here’s the list
1: Jelly (Free)
You must have remembered those days when you use Yahoo Answers but now here comes Jelly, A brand new way to ask Questions. There are many things which makes Jelly more suitable than Yahoo Answers because Jelly is a better way to ask a question with photos, maps, friends, and more. It’s also people helping each other—something that’s both meaningful and fun.
- Ask questions with images, maps, and locations to deepen the context. Crop, reframe, zoom, and draw on your images to get more specific.
- Answer map questions by dropping a pin for a specific location. Answer photo questions by drawing on them. Answer any question by attaching a link.
- Jelly routes questions using your existing social network connections, location, and topics you are interested in.
- Questions can be forwarded outside the app so your friends who don’t have Jelly can still help. It feels good to help!
- Collect Thank You cards for helping others.
2: Cabinet Beta (Free)
Some Android phone makers like Samsung give a built-in file manager but most do not. Others that are available on the play store, not all of them looks good and they aren’t ad free. For those looking to continue the outfitting of their phones with more Material Design outfit, a file manager by the name of Cabinet Beta should be the perfect fit on your device. Cabinet is a minimalist file manager for Android. Cabinet is user-friendly and has UI that will please the eye.
- Fast, stable, built on very clean code.
- Easy to use and minimal UI that adheres to Google’s design guidelines.
- Support for root access (access system directories and files using superuser permissions).
- Quick access to folder shortcuts in a slide-out navigation drawer.
- Quick access to copy, cut, rename, delete, zip, extract, and details functions for files and directories.
- Access to remote servers via SFTP (FTP over SSH).
3: Google Goggles (Free)
You must have seen many apps that scan QR Codes and Bar Codes some of them are good but they’ve ads in it which are annoying sometimes. Google Goggles is an app which not only scans QR and Bar Codes but You can also do a Google search by taking a picture with your phone. If Google recognizes the image in your photo, the search results will tell you about what’s in the photo. For example, if you take a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Goggles app can tell you more about the bridge, or taking a picture of a product’s code (Barcode or QR Code) searches for information on the product. The other great feature of the app is when you take photos of text, Goggles will try to recognize the words and translate them. If Goggles recognizes the text, it will show the translation on your screen. Goggles can read text in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Turkish, and translate it into other languages.
- Scan barcodes using Goggles to get product information
- Scan QR codes using Goggles to extract information
- Recognize famous landmarks
- Translate by taking a picture of foreign language text
- Add Contacts by scanning business cards or QR codes
- Scan text using Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
- Recognize paintings, books, DVDs, CDs, and just about any 2D image
- Solve Sudoku puzzles
- Find similar products
We’re sure that you’ll love all these app. Stay together in order to get more information and reviews on other apps. And don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter.