Mobile apps allow you to do more with your Android devices. It is not just about games and news. Here are some mobile apps that are worth looking into.
Think of it as the Swiss Army knife of mobile apps. AppGarden Lite is a free mobile app that contains some of the most useful utilities you can download to your Android phone. AppGarden Lite includes a QR code scanner, tip calculator, currency converter, stopwatch, and calorie counter, among other tools.
If you find yourself regularly downloading BitTorrent files, then you simply must have this on your phone or tablet. You can also download using the HTTP, but you can pause and resume your downloads as you wish. And unlike other torrent clients out there, you can download desired files of any size.
Your Android device would surely come with a default browser. But Maxthon is a worthwhile alternative. Maxthon is already HTML5 compliant and you can enhance it with your own configurations. For example, you can have advanced gesturing turned on, or view webpages on its day or night mode. You also have different personalization options, such as the ability to change the icons, select your own skins and rename the app itself.
Maxthon claims to be the fastest browser available. It is very lightweight and it is free!
This free tool allows you to delete all those unwanted files from your phones, including app data that you no longer use, text messages, cached files and browser history. What’s more, it can get rid of all these junk in just one click of a button.
We all use some sort of speed test service to see just how fast our Internet connection is. One of the most popular of these services is SpeedTest.net. The good news is that you can actually use the same service for your Android devices. Just download the Speed Test app and you can measure your speed with just one tap. What’s more, the app also keeps a history of your results so that you would have a record of your download and upload speeds as well as your ping times.
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