It’s a new month and high time for a quick review of the five coolest Android apps.
From productivity and location-based apps to the ever-popular imaging, you definitely have your every need covered.
Lumific has been in beta for almost a year, but its full version is now available on Google Play Store. This photo management app comes with Snapfish photo printing and Dropbox, and is only available on Android.
The app works by grouping similar or duplicate photos, and helps you determine which photo is most “sharable” by putting a numbered badge on the best image. Lumific also groups photos to different criteria, making it easy for you to search through your gallery. Lastly, the app generates GIFs from similar photos, all ready to be shared.
Check them out here – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=lumific.camera.photo.gallery
Lo and behold, a therapist right in your own pocket! TalkSpace is the therapy app that allows you to chat with a licensed therapist for a low price of $149/month.
The app also comes with a Couples Therapy feature that helps married couples and partners resolve issues regardless of where they are. The Couples Therapy feature allows couples to join their therapist inside a chat room, and therapy commences.
The app aims to help resolve relationship or personal issues without the stress, hassles, and discomfort of actually going to a clinic to get therapy. It also helps feuding couples resolve issues without being in the same room together.
Check them out here – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.talkspace.talkspaceapp
Formerly an app exclusive for Nokia users, Here has been updated for Android and Windows phone users. The Android version has shed its Beta tag and comes charging with tons of system improvements.
3D venue maps are available for airports and malls, allowing users to rotate the map to better pinpoint your location. The app also has improved routing for faster travel time and allowing you to easily find alternative routes through increased interactivity and by-the-minute traffic updates.
Check them out here – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.here.app.maps
Apart from allowing personal users to connect with friends, Line is also designed to help businesses connect with clients and target audiences. The app is free on iOS and Android phones, allowing users to chat with friends, share posts on timelines, and visit homepages of people in their network.
Users can also add friends, share status updates, block timeline responses. It also has a desktop version where users can design pages for contests, content, and more. Simply put, Line is like Facebook’s branded version compressed in an IM format.
Check them out here – https://itunes.apple.com/nz/app/line/id539883307?mt=12
By far one of the most unique image sharing apps in the market today, oneminute allows users to take photos within one minute of the prompt. The fun part is you do not know when the 60-second prompt will happen, so it keeps you on your toes. Miss the prompt, and you have to wait until the next day to take photos.
After the one-minute prompt, the images are gathered into a snapshot of what your day looked like within those 60 seconds. Try it; you will be amazed to see how spontaneous a seemingly typical one-minute can be.
Whether you need to share images, find your way to the nearest coffee shop or talk to a licensed therapist, this month’s hottest apps would not let you down. These days, convenience has truly become mobile.
Check them out here – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=sf_tinkering.apps.oneminute