The best 5 Android apps in 2016

So 2017 is almost here. And as the current year is coming to an end we tend to summarize the best and worst things that happened. In the tech world this equals to analyzing the apps and gadgets that were launched and choosing the best ones. That’s why we did a little research and put together a comprehensive view of the Top 5 Android Apps in 2016. So, make sure to sit back, relax and be ready to update your smartphone after reading this article.

  1. Pocket

Pocket is a bit more of a power user application but it’s one that we’d recommend to literally anyone. Pocket lets you take a webpage you’re viewing and stash it away for later. This is great for when you’re browsing the web or you find funny posts from your Facebook/Google+/Twitter feed that you want to read later. It’s extremely easy to use and many happy customers swear by its efficiency. It also works with news apps like Flipboard, social media apps like Facebook, and you can share from Pocket to other apps as well. It’s totally free to use and there are even browser extensions so you can use it on your computer as well.

  1. Solid Explorer

File browsing is something everyone inevitably has (or wishes) to do, so you might as well do it with a capable, amazing file browser. Solid Explorer is pretty much as good as it gets in the file explorer apps realm. It features Material Design, archiving support, support for the most popular cloud services, and even some more power user stuff like FTP, SFPT, WebDav, and SMB/CIFS support. It looks great, it’s incredibly stable, and it just works well. You can get a 14-day free trial, but eventually the app costs $2.99 which is a good price for this quality. It’s one of those Android apps everyone should have.

  1. Coral Mobile App

Featuring thousands of events, betting ‘in-play’ and streaming of football and horse racing, the Coral mobile app is one of the better sports betting apps you can download from the internet. Seamlessly integrated into the safe and secure Coral site, the Coral mobile app is easy to navigate and includes the cashier section where, for a £5 deposit, new players can take advantage of the Coral £20 free bet sign-up offer. You do need to be a Coral account holder before using the App to its full potential.

  1. Wunderlist

Wunderlist is among the best Android apps for getting things done. It’s a to-do list app that helps you keep track of various tasks that you want or need to do. It’s great for simple things like remembering to take out your dog for a walk or more complex things like tasks that need to be done at work. Unlike most, the free version supports the basic functions, like reminders, while the pro version is made for more business-oriented individuals and it’s beyond useful. It’s a versatile app and you can even use it for grocery lists if you get creative enough. It’s a free download which is also nice.

  1. Zedge

Last, but certainly not least on our list is Zedge. This is a wallpapers, ringtones, notification tones, and alarm tones app that gives you an unbelievable number of options to customize the most basic parts of your device. On top of having an enormous collection of things, Zedge also promotes various items during holiday seasons making it easy to theme your phone up for Christmas, Halloween, and other holidays. It’s not the most perfect app and the advertisements are very irritating. However, if you ignore that, you’re looking at one of the last really good ringtone Android apps out there.

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