Google play store is the gem mine of awesome and useful apps. It’s like a deep ocean and hence its difficult at time to keep track of apps that could be useful in our day-to-day life. Here is our list of top 7 Apps that you didn’t knew existed. Let’s Begin!

 

1.Trusted Contacts

The iPhone has had Find my Friends for what seems like nearly forever. Google has finally decided to offer its own alternative for those living in the Android universe. Google’s Trusted Contacts works similarly, letting you share your location or see where your contacts are. You can send out or request a real-time location, so you don’t have to share your constant whereabouts. However, Trusted Contacts will automatically send out your location if you’re not able to answer a request, which could be of help in an emergency. An iOS app is coming soon for your iPhone-using friends and family members.

2.Signal

Open Whisper Systems’ Signal is a fantastic messaging solution for security conscious mobile users. It is an all-in-one messaging and voice call solution that uses end-to-end military grade encryption. You can send text, voice, group messages, media and attachments. Ease of use and strong, open source, audited encryption makes it a favorite of the security conscious, with accolades from the likes of Edward Snowden and other privacy advocates.

3. Photoscan

If you have multiple shoe boxes filled with old photos that you’ve always wanted to digitized, then this is the app that will help you do it. Google’s PhotoScan will create a high-quality digital image of any print picture. The app walks you through the scanning process, and then will save it to your Google Photos. Whether you keep the physical copy is up to you, but at least you’ll have access to those childhood memories right on your phone.

4.Unified Remote

Unified Remote turns your Android smartphone or tablet into a Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-based universal remote control for applications such as media players, slide show viewers, and more. The free version of the app allows users to easily set up server software on your desktop and comes with 18 free remote controls for a variety of programs. The premium version comes with 90-plus preloaded remotes, the ability to create custom remotes and widgets, voice commands, IR and NFC actions and Android Wear support.

5.Card Crawl

Card Crawl is a fast-playing solitaire card game that’s all about risk and reward. As an adventurer crawling through a dungeon, you must make it out of a dungeon alive carrying as much loot as you can carry while fighting your way through a mob of monsters. Each round, you’re dealt a spread of four cards, which can be gold, equipment like swords, shields and potions, or monster cards which deal damage to you unless you use equipment to take them out. Simple rules, challenging play, and neat art make it a great pastime, with each game playable in 2 to 5 minutes, ideal when killing time in a line or when commuting. The game is free, with a single in-app purchase unlocking additional game modes and a bigger pool of special ability cards.

6.CamScanner

There are plenty of apps that will scan a note to save for later. CamScanner is more powerful because it gives you numerous tools for recognizing text, helping you grab a clear image, and sharing it across various services like Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Evernote,  and Box. The app also offers numerous tools for optimizing the image and sharing it over a large number of different apps and services.

7. Duolingo

Language learning doesn’t have to be expensive. Duolingo does it for free, giving you the option to learn Spanish, French, German, Italian, and several other languages through a series of interactive activities and games.  The app includes a placement test to access your current skill if you already know some parts of the language you want to learn and don’t want to begin from scratch.

Overall Google Play Store has something for everyone, that can make their life easier and better. Hope this article will help you.

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