Several statistics reveal that the smartphone usage is expected to cross a whopping 3.08 billion in 2016 and Android’s share in the achievement is estimated to be very immense. But still, the world always keep bragging about iPhone devices. However, if you are an Android lover, I’ve made a list of apps to boast about Android in front of your iPhone loving friends.
Here are five essential Android Apps that you can’t probably get on iPhone:
According to certain researches and scientific discoveries, the blue light that is emitted from the display of devices can prevent a person from sleeping. This is not good especially when the kids at your home keep playing the games in your mobile or tablet during bedtime. Twilight in your Android smartphone comes to rescue in situations like that. It filters the flux of blue light emitted by your tablet or phone after sunset and shields your eyes with a soft and pleasant red filter.
A paid version of this app comes with two predefined profiles that will save your time from creating a new profile. The latest beta update iOS 9.3 comes with a default night shift mode that boasts a similar feature like Twilight’s for iPhones. But it will take at least a few weeks or months before a stable update of iOS 9.3 is launched globally.
Greenify is a lifesaver for many Android users. Although there are choices to limit the background processes by enabling the developer options, Greenify seems to be a better option than that as it allows you to force stop all the unnecessary apps in a single click.
Everything from the RAM usage of apps and the battery usage can be controlled using a single option called “Hibernation” which upon selecting force stops all the selected apps in the list which thereby limits the background processes for a faster and great mobile experience.
Apple is known for its music services. But people who have used PowerAmp on Android would certainly love to have a version of it in the iPhone devices. The best part of the app is its advanced Equalizer that provides a wide range of options to control your listening experience according to your convenience.
Therefore no matter which Android device you use, if you have this app installed in your mobile, you can forget bothering about your music listening experience.
Link Bubble has changed the browsing experience of every Tom, Dick and Harry in Android. When you click on a link in an app, the Link Bubble Browser loads it in background while you are still on the current app. In addition to that, the app sports features like Reading mode and is available in lighter and darker themes.
There might be apps in iPhone that does the same job, but no any other app can be an alternative for Link Bubble.
HoverChat is a substitute messaging app for your stock messaging app in Android which allows you to reply the messages without any interruption even though you are on another app. A floating window pops up every time you receive a message.
You can read the whole message without any interruption and reply without affecting the current experience.
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