Best Android Apps 2019: We all know that apps make many tasks much easier whether you want to beautify your photos or want a reminder; apps provide us the various range of facilities that everyone wants in their day to day life.
With the help of this article, we are going to provide you some of the best Android apps that you can download in 2019. So, without wasting any time let’s get started….
Top Best Android Apps 2019
Scribbl is basically a photo editor or an animation maker that let you draw animations on your images in order to attain the Scribble Animation effect. You can very easily create an awesome effect just by drawing over your picture once.
There are several different ways through which the photos can be animated, from many colors you can choose, and you can also pick precisely where they appear on images and how large they are.
Mission Adventure is one of the best Android apps which can turn any walk into a mission or else into an adventure. Intended or targeted mainly at young children, it lets a route setter or user to create a walking route on a map of the area around you. The route will then have a number of markers on it, and at every marker part of a story will disclose.
Mission Adventure has a great perspective to be a lot more fun for youngsters, as well as it is a very useful tool for getting them out of the house to do something physical work.
Your phone may possibly have a great camera, but there might be some chances that it doesn’t come with much photo editing tools. In order to solve this issue, PhotoDirector is there to fill these gaps.
The app allows you to adjust the tone, saturation, white balance as well as colors of photos you’ve already taken, along with this you can add filters as well as effects, which you can modify the strength of and apply to all or just part of an image.
Does it ever happen to you that you received a voice message but you are not able to hear it because you are in public place? If yes, then Voicepop is meant for you. Voicepop helps in write out the voice messages into text so that you don’t have to listen to them.
Voicepop is very easy to use. You just have to share a voice or video message of up to two minutes with it and Voicepop will then transcribe the message without taking any time. The transcription is going to appear in the Voicepop app, where it is also going to be saved for you to come back to later.
Goodreads is one of the best apps for finding, logging as well as reviewing books. It is pretty much necessary for any avid reader. If you want to read a book recently, then you just have to search for it on Goodreads and see the average user rating and user reviews after which if you are still interested you can then add it to your ‘want to read’ list, so you won’t lose any track of the books you like the look of.
WeNote is basically a feature-packed note-taking app that perhaps has the tools you required. It can be used to make notes as well as to-do lists, along with creating reminders. But you want you can also sort your notes into different categories such as ‘home’ and ‘work’, after that you can lock them with a PIN, pattern or password, and then pin them to the top of your note list or else to the top of your status bar.
Its various additional tools comprise of the ability to change the color of notes, add images, change the theme, back notes up to Google Drive, and many more.