Trending Android Apps in 2020

Trending Android Apps in 2020

Top 15 Trending Android Apps in 2020

There is a huge market for Android apps and by now almost every other app developer has an app on the play store which they believe will be the next big thing. While it is good to check out newer apps it can also end up being a tedious and boring thing to do.

It can be difficult while searching for the ideal app or website to keep you entertained nonstop. So let us save you the trouble and provide you with the top geeky websites and android apps which are sure to keep you updated with tons of information in a fun way.

You may have heard the names of these apps before, however, there are some hidden features of these apps which can make you the temporary tech expert amongst your colleagues. And who wouldn’t love a tech expert? 

Without any more delay here are the top trending android apps to keep you entertained under any situation. Most of these apps are developed in node js. Such apps are developed by node js development companies.

Weather

The best weather app out there perhaps is 1Weather. It displays the current weather for you in a page-wise format, the forecast for not more than 12 weeks, radar and many other stats. Moreover, it includes a few lightly customizable widgets and other common features like acute weather notifications along with a radar for you to locate the approaching storms. The minimalist design that just shows the weather could be the best feature. However, the app has a paid version as well with a charge of $1.99 that gets rid of the advertising. Or else, both the versions have the same features. The app also features fun facts about the weather when you open it. AccuWeather and Today Weather are a few other great weather apps.

Price: free / $1.99

Bouncer

The bouncer could be the best security Android app from 2018. Through the app, you can give permissions to applications temporarily. For example, you can grant Facebook access to your location till you check into a location after which Bouncer will disable the permission for you as you exit Facebook. Bouncer basically helps you make the most out of all the features of an application without the hassle of changing your settings for those permissions or granting permanent access to information. The app charges $0.99 and must be compatible with most apps. Apparently, Bouncer could be an Android Q feature and if it is true, then it seems even Google likes the app.

Price: $0.99

Google Drive

Google Drive is a cloud storage app on Android where users are given 15GB for free when they sign up. You can purchase more storage if needed. The great thing about Google Drive is the collection of Android apps that come linked with it. It includes Google Photos, Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Keep, Google Sheets, Google Slides and Google Docs. Apart from these office apps, the Keep Notes for taking notes anywhere and Photos app that allows unlimited backing up for videos and photos, you have the apps to be productive in anything. There are deep sharing features, compatibility with Microsoft Office Documents and live collaboration. There is a similar arrangement between Microsoft Office and OneDrive, Office.

Price: Free / $1.99-$299.99 per month

Google Maps and Waze

The navigation apps section is more or less owned by Google Maps and is one of the best Android Apps ever. The app gets constant, nearly weekly updates that only seem to add to the numerous existing features. Apart from these fundamental navigation features, Google Maps allows users to view places of interest, provide directions to gas stations or rest stops, traffic data and also offline maps now which are only temporary. If you add the Waze experience to Google maps, you will never need any other navigation app. Waze which is fun and unique in its own way is also owned and operated by Google. Hence, it is highly recommended.

Price: Free

Google Assistant / Google Feed / Google Search

This is one extremely impressive app that works on almost all android devices. All you have to do is download the app and enable it, then you can ask it anything you want. It supports diverse commands like controlling the light, questions on population control and even solves simple math problems. Various products like Bose QC II Bluetooth headphones, Home, Google and Chromecast that enhance the functions even more. If you want a fast launch icon from the home screen, there is a second Google Assistant app. Google Assistant is free but the hardware stuff does cost money. In this field, Amazon Alexa is a great app too, however, it yet doesn’t support Google Android as much as we’d like.

Price: Free

LastPass Password Manager

LastPass is an essential Android app. The app is a password manager that lets you securely save your login details. Moreover, it can create almost unattainable passwords for your accounts. All of it is controlled by one master password. It also has cross-platform support so it’s used on mobile phones, computers, tablets, etc. Also, the premium version is inexpensive. For additional security, you can use LastPass Authenticator with it. Other few great options like Dashlane, Bit Warden, 1Password that are just as good. Although, LastPass seems to be more favorable and usually secure.

Price: Free / $12 per year

Nova Launcher

Nova Launcher is more than what a normal launcher is. After being around for many years, it has been updated constantly making it a great option to replace a launcher. Its features include the ability to back up and restore home screen setups, numerous options to customize elements for the home screen and app drawer, icon themes for your Android apps, etc. With the premium version, you can take on gesture controls, icon swipe actions, etc. If you want something simpler, Hyperion Launcher, Rootless Launcher, Lawnchair Launcher are good options.

Price: Free / $4.99

Kissanime App

We usually do not recommend streaming apps, however, under the current world scenario, it can be very difficult to keep ourselves entertained. This is why you should check out this anime streaming app.

Kissanime app is a free app wherein you can interact with anime fans, read about the latest anime news, read the latest manga novels, stream for anime and much more. It is one of the best communities for anime fans and is sure to keep you entertained throughout the day.

Price: Free

Podcast Addict

Podcast Addict has almost every podcast. The UI is efficient, many features for organizing, many download and playback features and single cost premium version. You can search for podcasts categorically or individually. You can make playlists, and set download rules. It also supports both SONOS and Chromecast as well as Wear OS and Android Auto. The app compensates for the UI, which isn’t the most elegant, with every other feature. Doggcatcher, CastBox and Pocket Casts are other great options.

Price: Free / $3.99

Pulse SMS or Android Messages

Above all the great SMS apps stands Pulse SMS and Android Messages. Pulse SMS has the thing, password-protected, GIF support, a spammer blacklist, dual SIM support, etc. When it comes to Android Messages, it’s simple and efficient. You can message from your desktop with both the apps. For Pulse, there are either monthly charges or a single $10.99 charge while Android Messages is free. Android messages live streams your messages while Pulse makes use of a server structure. If you don’t need desktop texting, Textra is also an excellent option. Pulse SMS became open source in early 2020

Price: Free / $10.99 once / $0.99 per month

Solid Explorer

Since browsing files is something everyone has to or wants to do, they might as well do it with an efficient fine browser. It doesn’t get better than Solid Explorer in the file browsing field. It supports archiving, material design, supports the renowned cloud services and power-user stuff like SFPT, WebDav, FTP and SMB/CIFS support. It has a 14-day free trial with a $2.99 charge at the end. This is considered to be the best file browsing app yet.

Price: Free trial / $2.99

SwiftKey

One of the most influential and personalizable third-party keyboard apps is SwiftKey Keyboard. It was created years ago with a predictive engine like no other and has still grown a lot from what was created. It can be downloaded for free but themes can be purchased if wanted. A few other features are a dedicated number row, supports multiple languages, cross-device syncing of your library, SwiftKew Flow that allows gesture typing and a lot more. Microsoft does own SwiftKey and they have managed not to mess it up. Gboard which is Google’s keyboard app is also another great app and extremely close to second place.

Price: Free

Tasker and IFTTT

The Tasker is a marvelous app if you learn how to exactly use it. It lets users generate commands and use them in different places. Tasker supports many apps and can be used to create very complex commands for NFC tags. Since this app has the capability to do so much, it’s difficult to actually explain what it does. It’s hard to say there are any apps as useful as the Tasker considering the apps it supports, the plugins it lets you add and the number of other things it allows you to do. Another brilliant automation app is IFTTT. It may even be better than Tasker in some areas for its simplicity and numerous uses. Tasker also comes free as a part of the Google Play Pass.

Price: $2.99 and Free, respectively

TickTick

TickTick may not be as well known as other to-do lists but it may be the best one. It features reminders, recurring tasks, many organizational features, pushes notifications and categories. You can share tasks and categories with other people too making it of great use to families, teams at work or any other such groups. It’s helpful for grocery lists, honey-do lists or any such lists. All features are for free, however, with limited capacity like two reminders per task and with premium, it’s infinite. Other great options in this area are Todoist, Any.do, Microsoft To-Do and Ike.

Price: Free / $27.99 per year

Zedge

Zedge is ringtones, wallpapers, notification tones, alarms tones app that provides innumerable options for customizing the basic features on your phone. To add to the extensive collection of features, it also promotes various features during holiday seasons to help you theme your phone according to Halloween, Christmas and other such holidays. However, it does have occasional bugs and some frustrating advertisements.  A new initiative, Zedge Premium lets you enjoy premium content at a reasonable price. You can fill out surveys or watch ads to earn Zedge credits. The Zedge credits can also be bought with the in-app purchases. It’s one way to support the artists and developers. Walli is another recommended app for wallpapers.

Price: Free with in-app purchases

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