[My Favourite] Part I: The 5 Best Free Android Apps You Should Try

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I have been installing and uninstalling many applications (Apps) to find the best among the best. I have almost tested 80% of suggested Apps in blogs and write ups. I never had a clean simple flip page. My phone always flooded with all kind of Apps. At times, my friend goes crazy with my phone as they found it hard to find what their looking for.

Almost everyone and anything have an App now. So it is advised only to use the best.Here, I would like to share few Apps I have tested, satisfied and using it.

 

Merriam

Merriam Webster

I always wanted to have a dictionary with an offline access so that I don’t have to “ON” data and wait for it to load before I can perform search. Finally, after few trial and errors, I settled with this one. So far, this is the most reliable and best online dictionary I ever used. It goes smooth in both online and offline. However, the audio function is only available when online. Since I am so satisfied with this App, I have stopped looking for other similar apps.

Rating: 5/5

Feed

Feed

Long ago, somehow an article had leaded me to “RSS” facility. The function helps you to read websites in efficient way. When I was so addicted to “RSS” apps Google Reader, Google had announced to take down the function on 2013. So I have no option but to find a replacement app. I tried “InoReader”,“Tiny Tiny RSS” and finally satisfied with “Feed”. Feed gives me an awesome experience with simple features.

Rating: 4/5

Repost

Repost for Insta

Since Instagram is trending, many repost apps popped like mushrooms. As you know, Instagram do not allow you to download or save pictures nor do they allow direct full rights access to other app. There are many repost apps are available in the market but like this tho. I like their light/dark editing feature for repost-profile name.

Rating: 4/5

Pocket

Pocket

This is a read it later app which is specially design for offline use. The super slick and simple design made me to fall in love with it. The black and white switch theme feature is super cool. The recent upgrade recommends you new stories from the people you follow. A must try app.

Rating: 5/5

Diaro

Diaro

I am a memory collector. I writes dairy since my teenage years. Even tough, I enjoyed owning physical diary; recently, I switched softcopy for the purpose of easy access. At first, I tried “Memoires: the Diary” and then switched to “Diaro” for its bright UI colour selection feature. It comes with security protection, unlimited photo uploads and direct backup access with dropbox.

Rating: 4/5

Tatta, (Bubbye)

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