Top Android Apps you Must Have for 2020

As there are countless Android apps in the Play Store, your choice would be overwhelming. What are the best Android apps to make full usage of your Android Smartphone? We have tested a large number of Android apps from Play Store, and singled out the top-rated apps that you should be looking up to in 2020.

Visual Timer

A lot of us are working from home and trying to stay productive nowadays. Therefore, respecting the time and keeping track is always important. That’s where this Visual Timer comes into play. It’s obviously great looking and lets you create preset timers that you can just tap and start. Adding a timer is simple now. You give it a name, a color, and decide on the duration.

You can also create shortcuts of your preset timers and place them on the home screen by long-pressing the app in your app drawer. You can just tap on that and your timer instantly starts.

Venlow

Our phones are capable of taking really high-quality videos these days, but what happens when you upload it as WhatsApp status or Instagram story or even just a WhatsApp transfer?

These apps apply their own optimization and really deteriorate the quality of that video. That’s where an app like Venlow comes into play. Instead of directly sharing it to your social media, app tap Venlow does whatever trimming required within the Venlow environment and then tap on continue window will do optimization at its own end. Then it gives you the video for sharing.

Whether you want to send it as a video or upload it as a WhatsApp status video or an Instagram story, it’s all up to you and the quality would be much better.

The Venlow app is free to use with no limits. However, every time you use Venlow for optimization, it would put its own watermark. You can remove the watermark, only if you’ve purchased the app.

Filterbox

The next app is called Filterbox. This app gives you very powerful control over how your notifications behave by giving you very unique filters. For example, I’ve created a rule that I don’t get any WhatsApp notifications when I’m sleeping, but they get all pushed to me at 9 am.

Another one, for example, is where I mute all work messages on slack when I’m sleeping. I just open my laptop in the morning and I’ll see all of those together. Creating these rules is really simple but it depends on how creative you can get.

What’s your exact need, for example, you can say that all apps except for WhatsApp, slack, and for phone because you’ve already chosen something for WhatsApp and slack should be muted when I’m sleeping. That’s it. You save that so you can create as many as you want. These are three that I have but again I’ve just been exploring this and I think it can be really useful.

You can use this app for four weeks for free with all features enabled. If you think it’s something useful, you can just pay four dollars once and you’ll have this app forever.

Sugarcubes KWGT

The next app on the list is the Sugarcubes KWGT widget. This widget is from that widget pack. This widget pack has about 100 widgets and it’s got a pretty good mix of design styles. For example, there are shadows, there are cards, there are gradients, there’s also typography and it’s got a really vibrant design. There are also some iOS 14 style widgets, so if you’re looking for something like that, this is the widget pack to go for now

If in case you don’t know how to use Sugarcubes KWGT widgets, there’s a video on the Youtube channel to check that out.

Reaction Training

The next app is called Reaction Training, a really really interesting app. The Reaction Training is pretty much a series of challenges that you take. The app measures the time you take to complete these challenges accurately. The challenges may seem very easy but doing them in the specified acceptable time limit is the actual challenge.

There is a challenge called color picking, for example. It’s a pretty good reality check of how fast you think you are versus how you actually are. To be honest, I didn’t think the app was going to be good as I thought it was going to be pretty lame. However, when I started using it, I got hooked quite easily and I’ve been going through these challenges one after the other.

Colartive – 4K Wallpaper Generator

The next app is a very unique wallpaper generator app. You start off by selecting a template that you can then customize basis colors that you like and I think there’s a lot of fun involved in that process.

For example, I picked up a template. Now I can give it a base color. I can give colors to various elements that were involved and it’ll keep its progressive. You can choose one color after the other and it will start applying those colors to those elements which of course you can edit later.

You have the option of generating a wallpaper that’s perfect for your screen size and then you can just save it. You don’t have to spend too long doing this but you can see how much fun you can have and also apply color theory just to see how good you are at it.

There are a bunch of free templates that you can choose from. I think the library of free templates is big enough to keep you occupied for the rest of your life creating wallpapers. However, you can also go and try on these premium templates that have some really interesting designs that you may want as your home screen wallpaper

That’s a wallpaper worth having and applying to your home screen. The app is called Colartive 4K Wallpaper Generator and it’s free to download.

Liquid Teardown

The last app on the list is something that changes how your phone looks when you’re charging it. As soon as you plug the charger, you get this inside view that is sort of like an x-ray of your phone’s components inside. It’s pretty accurate. Depending on the phone model that you use, you can get this animation of battery charging. The app is called Liquid Teardown and it’s free to download, free to install free to use.

However,  it’s not applicable to all devices. The Liquid Teardown got a list that it can cater to. For example, all flagship Samsung devices, all flagship Oneplus devices, and all flagship google devices. So if you’ve got any of those devices, you can feel free to try this app.

Those were the top seven apps for the month of October 2020. Hope you’ve enjoyed the collection. If you have any different idea, please do not hesitate to comment below.

 

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