Top Charts. New Releases. Editors' Choice. Add to Wishlist. Get the official YouTube app for Android phones and tablets. Subscribe to channels you love, share with friends, and watch on any device.

With a new design, you can have fun exploring videos you love more easily and quickly than before. Just tap an icon or swipe to switch between recommended videos, your subscriptions, or your account.

You can also subscribe to your favorite channels, create playlists, edit and upload videos, express yourself with comments or shares, cast a video to your TV, and more — all from inside the app.

Reviews Review Policy. View details. Flag as inappropriate. Visit website. Google LLC See more. Google LLC. Best of all is the amount of control it gives you over how filters and effects are applied to your images.

It even lets you make non-destructible edits to raw camera files and make adjustments to exposure and detail levels. Calibre is the giant of ebook management, and this app is the perfect ahem companion for it.

You can also store your ebooks on the cloud for easy access from wherever you are. What's so surprising is how well it works, and how easy it is to use. If you've got a lot of ebooks and are ready to cast off the shackles of Amazon, this is the app for you.

The Amazon-owned ComiXology —the iTunes of digital comics—offers a near-perfect combination of store and comic book reader in its wonderful Comics app.

The free app transforms your Android smartphone or tablet into a digital long box that houses and syncs your purchases across multiple devices.

Once you have the app downloaded, you should make sure to read our feature on digital comic books you should read right now. Everything from American football to Brazilian soccer to Indy is available.

For those unmissable games, you can set alerts and follow specific matches as they unfold. It also connects you to videos and news headlines, courtesy of the popular sports cable network.

Feedly takes the RSS feed into the modern age, and it's the easiest way to stay on top of all your favorites sources of news.

You can view everything all at once if you want, but Feedly also lets you categorize your sources for focused reading or use its Today tab, which shows you the top stories from each category.

Additionally, you can make Feedly look as simple as you wish, with minimalist text-only layouts. It's a great way to keep informed with the days' headlines and it offers useful integrations with other services as well.

With its slick, streamlined interface, Flipboard is one of the best apps for reading the news. With it, you browse the articles, videos, podcasts, and other media that matter most to you.

The app's signature magazine-style interface lets you explore the day's headlines in a gorgeous environment. The Daily Edition feature gives you the most important news along with themed stories for each day of the week.

Flipboard has been one of our top picks for years, and it's easy to see why. The official Amazon Kindle app puts all of your existing Amazon ebook purchases at the tips of your fingers, and it gives you mobile access to the Kindle ebook store for impulse purchasing.

Best of all, it syncs your notes, bookmarks, and where you left off among all your devices. The library is an often-overlooked public resource and some are modernizing quickly , but OverDrive brings it back into the fold with the newly redesigned, Libby.

Supported by over 30, libraries worldwide, the app lets you access your local library's array of available ebooks and audiobooks. Use it to download titles, place holds on titles not yet available, and consume your borrowed content.

The only requirement is a library card or its digital equivalent. Your bag of holding for internet content, Pocket saves articles, images, and videos for later reading. We especially like how it reformats articles for more comfortable reading on a mobile device, and how it syncs content to your tablet, phone, and online account.

With the close integration between Pocket and the Android sharing tools, you can pocket just about anything from your phone.

There's no shortage of Reddit apps on the Google Play store and choosing one over another ultimately comes down to preference, but reddit is fun RIF is a great option to try.

The default view features a dense, text-heavy layout which puts the best and worst of Reddit front and center.

There's both a light and dark theme and tons of layout content customization options to try out, even if you don't opt for the paid version.

Better yet, there are no ads in either version or RIF and its overall performance is extremely quick. Need Android antivirus? It's hard to do better than Bitdefender.

This app has received perfect scores from two independent research labs and scans your phone in mere seconds. It also includes excellent phishing protection, powerful antitheft tools, and Android Wear integration.

As far as password managers go, Bitwarden checks all the right boxes. For instance, it supports two-factor authentication and secure password sharing. Bitwarden also implements a password generator and can help you import passwords from other services.

Best of all, it's free and open-source. You're terrible at passwords. Don't take it personally! Everyone is terrible at passwords. That's why we all need apps like Dashlane , which generate, save, and replay login credentials wherever they're needed.

This smart, cross-platform service makes sure that your passwords, payment information, and other vital information is stored securely but never out of reach. After a major overhaul to this powerful password manager, its appearance finally matches its performance.

With LastPass , you can access your saved passwords, secure notes, and filled forms from your Android, and you can also create new ones that sync to all your devices.

The new version of the app ingeniously melds the password manager with a built-in browser, putting the app's auto-login features at the forefront. Staying safe has never been easier. Kaspersky for Android bundles on-demand malware scans and active web protection.

Additionally, it implements a host of anti-theft features including remote locate, lock and wipe, as well as the ability to sound an alarm. You can even lock apps behind a PIN as an extra preventative measure in case your phone gets stolen.

Although you need a paid Kaspersky Internet Security subscription to use all its features, some basic functionality is available for free.

It's a top choice for Android antivirus apps. With NordVPN you can rest assured that no prying eyes will see your internet traffic.

This app sports an excellent interface, a handy server selection tool, and hundreds of available VPN servers across the globe. NordVPN's signature feature is its assortment of specialized servers, which are optimized for activities like peer-to-peer downloading, video streaming, and access to Tor.

Private Internet Access VPN offers the protection of a virtual private network along with numerous advanced features. The service maintains over 3, servers across the globe and lets you connect up to five devices simultaneously.

It may not be the most elegant app, but it's an excellent value and among the most powerful VPN services available.

Your Gmail inbox is not secure. Use ProtonMail instead. This encrypted email platform offers a range of pricing options, including a free tier, so you have no excuse not to join.

Security and privacy features aside, ProtonMail works like any other email app. Qustodio is an excellent parental control software that makes it easy to manage your child's mobile activity, especially with its well-designed companion app.

Its best features are its browser-independent web content filters and ability to set device usage time limits.

Rounding out its capabilities are location tracking, call and SMS logging, and mobile application blocking.

Parents will also appreciate the instant device-locking and panic button options. Amazon is the internet's marketplace ; the one place where you can buy just about anything—and it's cheap too!

On Android, two of our favorite features are the integrated Alexa voice commands and the photo search, which makes it easy to surreptitiously compare Amazon's prices to those of the brick and mortar stores it is killing.

Amazon Video-related functionality has been moved over to its own dedicated app, but all of its other consumer services, including Fresh and Restaurants, make an appearance.

Prime members rejoice; there's never been a better way to stay connected with your Amazon lifestyle. Google Opinion Rewards is appropriately named.

Google sends you surveys that ask you about places you've visited recently and you get Google Play Store credit for your participation. Polls don't come in very often, but you can increase your chances of receiving more, by enabling your location and answering surveys quickly and honestly when they do arrive.

It's not going to earn you a ton of store credit, but it's enough to purchase an app or an album every so often.

Google Pay has gone through many permutations over the years. Formerly known as Google Wallet, this person-to-person payment app from Google lets you easily send money without pesky cash or credit cards getting in the way.

And in that role, it really excels. It's a strong alternative to our top choice, Venmo. The original deal locator for mobile, Groupon partners with businesses to offer low prices to a limited number of people for a limited time.

While the value of Groupon's offerings is sometimes debatable, it offers a useful way to try a new restaurant or a totally new activity in your area. Pinterest is a social network of stuff, a place to "pin" things that interest you on themed boards.

The Android app offers a great way to gather images from around the web for making lists or just collections of stuff that catch your eye. You could use it to help redecorate your living room or even to help you choose a tattoo artist.

It easily integrates with your browser for fast pinning, and you can view the pins of others for added inspiration. For all our technical savvy and disruptive startups, physical package delivery is still the backbone of ecommerce.

The Slice app automatically detects shipping details from your email and then tracks the packages for you. You can watch your precious commodities make their stately way to your doorstep, get alerts when they are delivered, and even receive warnings if they've been recalled or the price has dropped.

In short, Slice is an online shopper's best friend. There are lots of ways to pay for things with your phone. But Venmo has a smart mixture of clean design, ease of use, and social functions that give it an edge.

It doesn't do much, but it does let you easily send and receive payments from friends. And unlike other payment systems, it has momentum. It's usually the app people ask about when the group is splitting up the check.

Airbnb should be your go-to app for finding rooms, apartments, homes, and other unique accommodations when traveling, if you don't want to go with a traditional hotel.

The length of your stay need not be short-term either; some locations let you book a stay for several months, which may appeal to people working temporary jobs in new places.

This travel app also highlights other experiences and restaurants, so you can find out about everything a locale offers. If you're traveling within a major metropolitan area via either public transportation or personal vehicle, Citymapper can plan all your trip details.

It has transit information for dozens of major U. Further, it offers multiple transportation options for each city, so if you feel like taking the ferry to work one morning, there's nothing stopping you.

Its top features include Commute, which lets you set up your daily travel to and from work, and an alert system that uses natural language to describe service delays or cancellations.

If you're looking to learn another language, Duolingo gamifies language learning with bite-sized lessons and a friendly interface. Starting with simple vocabulary and building from there, Duolingo is your guide to learning a new language or brushing up on one you already know.

The more you use the app, the more you unlock and—with practice—the more you learn. Or more practical choices, like Esperanto and Klingon. If an event isn't being organized on Facebook, it's probably being done through Eventbrite.

This service makes it easy to manage invites, RSVPs, and even ticket purchasing. Attendees get handy reminders about the events they planned to attend, organizers can see guest lists.

We particularly like that Eventbrite can generate QR codes, making event check-in a breeze. Google Maps has been your guide for years, and this excellent app just keeps getting better. With just a few taps, Google Maps tells you exactly how to get to your destination.

It even supports walking, bicycle, and mass-transit directions, as well as Uber. The app's road knowledge is so keen that it can tell you which lane to be in while using turn-by-turn directions.

And because this is Google, you can easily search for locations nearby. Many people fear not being unable to communicate with people from another country while traveling. Google Translate takes a bit of the edge off, quickly translating either written text or spoken words.

You can even use the app to do the speaking for you, and input text through your camera or handwriting. The app can translate languages with a data connection and 52 when you're offline. It can't handle Tamarian, but it's sure to be a handy tool here on Earth.

It even works on your watch and while using other Android apps! Although a weather app's primary function is to give an accurate forecast, the presentation of that data is also important.

Overdrop manages to accomplish both feats. The app includes helpful timeline-based graphs of temperature, wind, and rain predictions. Furthermore, you can change the units of measurement that the app displays as well as the weather provider.

Your choices are Dark Sky or Weather Bit. Who needs Uber when so many cities offer world-class public transit? The Transit app shows mass transit options—including buses, ferries, and trains—and the estimated time of arrival in 87 cities in North American, Europe, and Australia.

Here in New York, it even tells you how many bikes are parked at local Citi Bike stands. This app keeps you in the know no matter where your travels take you. Uber certainly has its problems.

Between its questionable business tactics and its bad press, it's understandable to be suspicious. But the truth is that if you're looking for a way to get a ride, regardless of what city you're in, Uber will be there.

You can even use it to order food in some areas. A great feature: You can request a wheelchair-accessible vehicle through Uber.

Weather Underground combines a slick design with a focus on really useful weather information. We particularly like the ability to report weather conditions in your area and the extremely useful comparative forecasts that deftly show how conditions have changed since yesterday.

With an accompanying set of useful widgets, it's the best weather app on Android. Grammarly Keyboard corrects your grammar and spelling errors as you type. This keyboard is useful for everything from writing emails to composing social media posts to editing long-form documents.

In use, Grammarly makes it easy to accept changes or access a card-based interface with more in-depth explanations of an error. It also offers a good number of visual customizations, such as a choice between a light or dark theme options and the keyboard height, as well as editing options, such as auto-correction and capitalization preferences.

Microsoft Launcher replaces the company's Arrow Launcher and takes on a Windows style transparency. It replaces Google Now with a useful and customizable feed for quick access to recent apps, events, and frequently contacted people.

The main app list can be organized horizontally or vertically and includes an elegant alphabetical scrollbar for reaching apps quickly. Performance is just as smooth as the stock Pixel Launcher and it doesn't affect the use of Google Assistant, though of course, Cortana would feel more at home as your voice assistant.

Network Analyzer makes it easy to view information about all of the Wi-Fi networks nearby. With a few taps, you can see the strength of networks in the area on a dynamic graph and view detailed information about your connection, such as your IPv4 Address, MAC Address, and Default Gateway IP.

It's the perfect companion to our article on how to find your IP address. Are you curious about the speed of your Internet connection? Ookla's Speedtest app makes it easy to test your latency as well as upload and download speeds.

The app also keeps a log of test results so you can compare performance over time. IF you want, you can also export your results for further analysis. Otter is an innovative automatic recording and transcription service that works in real time.

Simply hit the record button during a conversation or meeting and Otter will produce a usable transcript a few minutes later. Otter's app is fluid, well-designed, and quick in operation, which makes it ideal for students and professionals who rely on their mobile devices for their work.

The app also integrates other top-notch features such as cross-conversation speaker identification, excellent search tools, and in-app editing of transcripts.

Game-streaming platforms and subscriptions are all the rage right now, with big-name players such as Apple Arcade , Google Stadia , and Microsoft xCloud all recently launching some sort of effort.

Steam Link still in beta allows you to play games from your Steam library directly from your Android phone, with the caveat that both your PC and mobile device must be connected to the same network.

Check out our guide on how to stream games on your Android or iOS device. An impressive keyboard replacement, SwiftKey Keyboard suggests what it thinks is the most likely next word as you type.

A pioneer of this technology, SwiftKey can speed up your typing by inserting whole words with a tap. The app also supports Swype-like input, over languages, and 80 colorful themes.

Let's be honest: Tasker is very intimidating. But we recognize that this is perhaps the most powerful app available in Google Play. With it, you can script basic actions for your Android to perform when specific conditions are met—like flash the LED when you receive a text message.

Learning to use something this powerful can be tricky, but the rewards seem worth it. This "sports-first, but not sports-only" service offers extensive live sports and entertainment content 85 channels for all your devices.

In testing, streaming live and on-demand shows worked very well. Hulu has long been a major player in the on-demand streaming space and its large library of current and previously aired shows offer appealing options for many.

Hulu's live TV component is impressive as well, with a good range of channels and well-designed apps. Hulu's combination of on-demand and live TV services makes it an excellent value.

Despite ups and downs in the quality of its library, Netflix dominates the world of streaming TV and movies. The service also creates its own—sometimes indispensable—content, including original comedies, cartoons, dramas, and documentaries.

Some of the shows have become cultural phenomena, making Netflix a must-have. You can even download select episodes to watch offline at your leisure. Twitch is the best way to watch people play games or pursue their creative hobbies on your mobile device.

From eSports to cooking to music and more, there's likely some content on Twitch that everyone can enjoy. If you are feeling generous, you can also support your favorite creators directly from the app.

Twitch Prime members can also claim free games and in-game loot each month. YouTube TV is one of the best video streaming services for streaming live channels, with an excellent combination of news, sports, and entertainment options.

The service also offers top-notch apps and excellent DVR functionality. YouTube TV's streaming performance is excellent, too.

Asana is the pound gorilla of task management for teams, dwarfing other popular services like the capable Trello. Asana is all about workflows and checkbox tasks that can be assigned to individuals.

The Android app lets you take your tasks on the go and offline, syncing your progress when you're back on the network.

It's a powerful tool with an excellent interface, and new features are added regularly. The hardest part of scheduling a meeting is getting everyone to agree. Jeff is free Monday and Wednesday.

Jill is available Monday, but not Tuesday. And the other dozen people have their own schedules to contend with. Doodle lets you suggest times, and then see which work best for everyone.

It's an invaluable planning tool. Dropbox pioneered the personal cloud service, where all your stuff would be available no matter what device you were using.

On Android, it holds its own—even against the highly integrated Google Drive. Dropbox can also act as a seamless backup for your images, automatically uploading every photo to the cloud.

It even includes some light image editing tools. If you're the type of person with lots of files already stored in Dropbox, this app is a must-have.

Faxing isn't dead quite yet, but fax machines can safely be left behind thanks to online fax services. Plus's app is well designed and easy to use.

It notably offers a digital signature tool and a contact manager. We like how mobile fax apps allow users to snap a picture of an attachment, attach a fax cover sheet, and send a fax off to a recipient in a few quick actions.

Plus makes this process seamless. If you use Android, you have a Google Account, and that means you have access to the excellent Google Drive cloud storage service. With Drive, you can easily access synced files across all your devices no matter where you are.

Despite the fact that we are well into the 21st century, paper still persists in offices. But Microsoft Office Lens lets you turn physical documents into digital ones using your Android. It can even capture doodles and notes from a whiteboard.

If you want portable document scanning, but aren't keen on getting an Evernote account, this might be the solution for you. Microsoft Word is, simply put, the alpha and omega of word processing, and one of the key apps in Microsoft Office You'll find it on every kind of computer in every kind of setting, and now it's available for free on Android.

Word plugs into Microsoft's cloud infrastructure to keep your documents in order, but its main selling point is that this really is Word. What you make on your phone will look exactly the same on the desktop.

For the worker on the go, it's essential. Nine is a very reliable email client designed to work with all of your accounts.

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Top Charts. New Releases. Editors' Choice. Add to Wishlist. Get the official YouTube app for Android phones and tablets. Subscribe to channels you love, share with friends, and watch on any device.

With a new design, you can have fun exploring videos you love more easily and quickly than before. Just tap an icon or swipe to switch between recommended videos, your subscriptions, or your account.

You can also subscribe to your favorite channels, create playlists, edit and upload videos, express yourself with comments or shares, cast a video to your TV, and more — all from inside the app.

Reviews Review Policy. View details. Flag as inappropriate. Visit website. Google LLC See more. Google LLC. This calorie counter and exercise tracker aims to help you lose weight the old-fashioned way—expending more calories than you take in.

With its smart design and an extensive library of foods, it makes quickly logging the calories you take in and what you burn while exercising a snap.

A barcode scanner makes it even easier to log that post-workout snack. This fitness app also plays nice with other such apps, so your data won't be tied up in just one place.

MyFitnessPal won't give you a whole workout regimen, but it can make you more aware of your habits. Runtastic PRO can do much more than just track your favorite running routes.

This excellent fitness app keeps track of all sorts of useful data and can return information-rich maps to help you plan future outings. It also features a fully integrated music player, for a seamless workout experience.

Use it for cycling, hiking, and walking, too. Zocdoc makes it easy to research nearby doctors on your health insurance plan and book appointments from your phone. When you first sign up for the app, you can enter your insurance information manually or scan your card to get started.

The app itself looks slick too, with a modern, bright design that makes the experience of scheduling visits less stressful. Zocdoc even saves your history of appointments and makes recommendations for future ones, so you can stay on top of your health history.

If you want to record your own podcast , Anchor is likely one of the easiest ways to do it. This app lets you record by yourself or with friends and build out entire podcast episodes entirely from your phone.

Anchor even implements some basic audio editing tools for perfecting each clip in the app. Recently, the service announced a monetization program for creators on the platform.

Marking one of Apple's first forays into Android development, Apple Music brings the company's impressive musical catalog to Android. It suffers a bit on Android for being divorced from the Apple ecosystem, however.

Filled with both up-and-coming and established acts, Bandcamp is one of the most exciting music marketplaces there is.

The app was initially built around streaming songs you'd already purchased on Bandcamp, but now it's a one-stop shop for digital and physical band merch.

If you want to keep your finger on the pulse of music, this is an essential app. Streaming services are all the rage, but if you still keep music locally, BlackPlayer is worth your attention.

We particularly like the Discover option, which shuffles through second previews of seldom-played tracks in your library continuously, until you decide on what to listen to next.

There's also a built-in tag editor and a ton of customization options for button styles, fonts, themes, and now playing notifications. Android has struggled with podcasts they don't call 'em "Droidcasts," after all , but Pocket Casts is here to help.

This highly customizable app is great for chilling out with an episode of your favorite casts, and it can also sync among different devices so that you can pick up right where you left off. Time to start listening.

You can listen to what Slacker thinks you'll like, or try out one of its human-curated channels and playlists. It also has hyper-specific playlists that appeal to particular tastes and moods, such as Yacht Rock.

If you aren't ready to subscribe to Slacker Radio quite yet, you can try out its free version. Songkick is the bridge between the music in your digital collection and concerts in your area.

Once installed, Songkick scans your device for tunes and then lets you see when and where your favorite artists are playing.

If you see a show you're interested in, you can also purchase tickets all from within the app. Add multiple locations to Songkick to catch concerts when you're on the road. With its huge inventory of music, Spotify has become a mainstay for free, legal music streaming.

You can shuffle through smartly selected songs, find your favorite albums, or explore one of the service's excellent playlists. Close ties with artists means that new tracks are sometimes available the same day they hit the shelves in record shops.

Those still exist, right? Spotify also offers a limited free version. Though its interface is a bit tricky, Stitcher connects you with just about every podcast out there.

Podcasts are organized by subject, or you can just search for a familiar title. Shows can, in turn, be organized into playlists for a continuous stream.

Once you've exhausted all your favorites, let Stitcher recommend something new. At its core, Any. You can quickly create a shopping list and have it synced among your devices and even share the list with others.

The app also doubles as a task manager, keeping you on top of what needs to be done. This very capable app sports many features, but we particularly like one called the Any.

Lists are one thing, but building good productivity habits is quite another. Once you start using Evernote , this note-taking app becomes a powerful tool for organizing just about everything.

Notes can be anything—text, images, audio, or a mix—and are organized into notebooks. One of its killer features is optical character recognition, which makes the text in images searchable. Cloud-storage makes it the perfect tool for organizing the little pieces of a project into a finished draft.

IFTTT , which stands for "if this, then that," helps you create custom automations between various online services and devices without any coding experience.

The mobile app makes it simple to set up these Applets previously called recipes on your own or implement any of the community-created ones. IFTTT is particularly great for controlling smart home devices.

For passing links, web addresses, or clipboard data between devices, Join is a great option. Setup and customization are easy and Join makes it simple to specify which notifications and actions you want to enable for each device.

Unlike Pushbullet , it doesn't require a monthly subscription to use its features to the fullest. Our favorite features are its remote screenshot and screen-capture capabilities. Mint is a fantastic online service to keep track of your finances, and it really shines on Android.

Once you've entered all your information, you can easily check up on your finances on the fly. Mint keeps you on track for your goals and a new bill paying feature make sure that you never miss a payment.

Be sure to try out the app's excellent widgets, too. If you like to keep your life organized with various to-do lists, then you definitely need to download Todoist.

This app lets you keep track of the tasks you need to get done; you can assign them different priorities based on their overall importance or organize them across different projects.

It also has a functional, clean design and works across many different platforms. Everyone needs to file their taxes every year. Most people will probably have an easier time using dedicated tax software and some might still enjoy preparing them by hand , but more ambitions filers or those with simple tax returns can get away with using a mobile app.

Among its top features are an excellent user interface, support for all major tax forms, and innovative help options. If you get stuck at any point, you can just open up the Virtual Assistant, which keeps a running dialogue of the help topics you searched for, or use SmartLook to connect to a tax expert via video chat.

Adobe Lightroom is a powerful photo-editing app for mobile that retains many of the features from its desktop counterparts, Lightroom , which earned a three-and-a-half star rating, and Lightroom Classic , a five-star Editors' Choice winner.

Some of its standout tools include raw camera file profiles, noise reduction, profile-based lens corrections, and advanced color and lighting sliders.

Lightroom also notably syncs all these edits between the mobile and desktop apps. Remember Flickr? The venerable photo-sharing service is an Editors' Choice web service, and the Android app has a lot to recommend it, too.

It's more about the art of photography than the meme- and selfie-packed Instagram. Offering a well-designed interface and excellent photo and video editing tools, Flickr is more valuable than ever.

Plus, the app connects you to the vibrant community of photographers on the service. Best of all, it can automatically back up photos from your phone. Google Photos puts the search giant's powerful and sometimes creepy image magic into your phone.

It can identify faces, even as they age over decades, as well as animals, places, or objects. You can also search for photos from specific dates or locations.

The impressive built-in Assistant can detect clutter or even create collages or animations on its own. The app is rounded out with editing tools and unlimited cloud storage if you make some minor compromises on upload quality.

Google Photos also extends to photo prints; you can digitize physical photos with the built-in Photo Scan or even order a custom photo book. The companion Google Lens app can even report back information related to your images or photos by scanning them.

It seems like just yesterday that Instagram was adding video. Then direct messaging. Then advanced photo editing put it on par with Photoshop Express for image correction and manipulation.

Instagram Stories is now far more popular than Snapchat's similar feature. And anti-bullying features should make it more palatable for some.

With a clean, minimalist interface, Instagram is the current king of social photo apps. With tons of effects, controls over layers, drawing tools, and collages, PicsArt Photo Studio can contend with Photoshop and is one of the best photo editing apps for Android.

If you think it's just a lowly Instagram clone, you're wrong. When you're looking to take your smartphone snapshots to the next level, seek out this app.

Don't get us wrong, some of us love Instagram. But if you want more control than Instagram affords, try Google-owned Snapseed.

This app straddles the line between full-fledged image editor and filter app, all in a sleek and attractive package. Best of all is the amount of control it gives you over how filters and effects are applied to your images.

It even lets you make non-destructible edits to raw camera files and make adjustments to exposure and detail levels. Calibre is the giant of ebook management, and this app is the perfect ahem companion for it.

You can also store your ebooks on the cloud for easy access from wherever you are. What's so surprising is how well it works, and how easy it is to use. If you've got a lot of ebooks and are ready to cast off the shackles of Amazon, this is the app for you.

The Amazon-owned ComiXology —the iTunes of digital comics—offers a near-perfect combination of store and comic book reader in its wonderful Comics app. The free app transforms your Android smartphone or tablet into a digital long box that houses and syncs your purchases across multiple devices.

Once you have the app downloaded, you should make sure to read our feature on digital comic books you should read right now. Everything from American football to Brazilian soccer to Indy is available.

For those unmissable games, you can set alerts and follow specific matches as they unfold. It also connects you to videos and news headlines, courtesy of the popular sports cable network.

Feedly takes the RSS feed into the modern age, and it's the easiest way to stay on top of all your favorites sources of news.

You can view everything all at once if you want, but Feedly also lets you categorize your sources for focused reading or use its Today tab, which shows you the top stories from each category. Additionally, you can make Feedly look as simple as you wish, with minimalist text-only layouts.

It's a great way to keep informed with the days' headlines and it offers useful integrations with other services as well. With its slick, streamlined interface, Flipboard is one of the best apps for reading the news.

With it, you browse the articles, videos, podcasts, and other media that matter most to you. The app's signature magazine-style interface lets you explore the day's headlines in a gorgeous environment.

The Daily Edition feature gives you the most important news along with themed stories for each day of the week. Flipboard has been one of our top picks for years, and it's easy to see why.

The official Amazon Kindle app puts all of your existing Amazon ebook purchases at the tips of your fingers, and it gives you mobile access to the Kindle ebook store for impulse purchasing.

Best of all, it syncs your notes, bookmarks, and where you left off among all your devices. The library is an often-overlooked public resource and some are modernizing quickly , but OverDrive brings it back into the fold with the newly redesigned, Libby.

Supported by over 30, libraries worldwide, the app lets you access your local library's array of available ebooks and audiobooks.

Use it to download titles, place holds on titles not yet available, and consume your borrowed content. The only requirement is a library card or its digital equivalent.

Your bag of holding for internet content, Pocket saves articles, images, and videos for later reading. We especially like how it reformats articles for more comfortable reading on a mobile device, and how it syncs content to your tablet, phone, and online account.

With the close integration between Pocket and the Android sharing tools, you can pocket just about anything from your phone. There's no shortage of Reddit apps on the Google Play store and choosing one over another ultimately comes down to preference, but reddit is fun RIF is a great option to try.

The default view features a dense, text-heavy layout which puts the best and worst of Reddit front and center.

There's both a light and dark theme and tons of layout content customization options to try out, even if you don't opt for the paid version.

Better yet, there are no ads in either version or RIF and its overall performance is extremely quick. Need Android antivirus? It's hard to do better than Bitdefender.

This app has received perfect scores from two independent research labs and scans your phone in mere seconds. It also includes excellent phishing protection, powerful antitheft tools, and Android Wear integration.

As far as password managers go, Bitwarden checks all the right boxes. For instance, it supports two-factor authentication and secure password sharing.

Bitwarden also implements a password generator and can help you import passwords from other services. Best of all, it's free and open-source.

You're terrible at passwords. Don't take it personally! Everyone is terrible at passwords. That's why we all need apps like Dashlane , which generate, save, and replay login credentials wherever they're needed.

This smart, cross-platform service makes sure that your passwords, payment information, and other vital information is stored securely but never out of reach.

After a major overhaul to this powerful password manager, its appearance finally matches its performance. With LastPass , you can access your saved passwords, secure notes, and filled forms from your Android, and you can also create new ones that sync to all your devices.

The new version of the app ingeniously melds the password manager with a built-in browser, putting the app's auto-login features at the forefront. Staying safe has never been easier.

Kaspersky for Android bundles on-demand malware scans and active web protection. Additionally, it implements a host of anti-theft features including remote locate, lock and wipe, as well as the ability to sound an alarm.

You can even lock apps behind a PIN as an extra preventative measure in case your phone gets stolen. Although you need a paid Kaspersky Internet Security subscription to use all its features, some basic functionality is available for free.

It's a top choice for Android antivirus apps. With NordVPN you can rest assured that no prying eyes will see your internet traffic. This app sports an excellent interface, a handy server selection tool, and hundreds of available VPN servers across the globe.

NordVPN's signature feature is its assortment of specialized servers, which are optimized for activities like peer-to-peer downloading, video streaming, and access to Tor.

Private Internet Access VPN offers the protection of a virtual private network along with numerous advanced features. The service maintains over 3, servers across the globe and lets you connect up to five devices simultaneously.

It may not be the most elegant app, but it's an excellent value and among the most powerful VPN services available. Your Gmail inbox is not secure. Use ProtonMail instead.

This encrypted email platform offers a range of pricing options, including a free tier, so you have no excuse not to join. Security and privacy features aside, ProtonMail works like any other email app.

Qustodio is an excellent parental control software that makes it easy to manage your child's mobile activity, especially with its well-designed companion app.

Its best features are its browser-independent web content filters and ability to set device usage time limits. Rounding out its capabilities are location tracking, call and SMS logging, and mobile application blocking.

Parents will also appreciate the instant device-locking and panic button options. Amazon is the internet's marketplace ; the one place where you can buy just about anything—and it's cheap too!

On Android, two of our favorite features are the integrated Alexa voice commands and the photo search, which makes it easy to surreptitiously compare Amazon's prices to those of the brick and mortar stores it is killing.

Amazon Video-related functionality has been moved over to its own dedicated app, but all of its other consumer services, including Fresh and Restaurants, make an appearance. Prime members rejoice; there's never been a better way to stay connected with your Amazon lifestyle.

Google Opinion Rewards is appropriately named. Google sends you surveys that ask you about places you've visited recently and you get Google Play Store credit for your participation.

Polls don't come in very often, but you can increase your chances of receiving more, by enabling your location and answering surveys quickly and honestly when they do arrive. It's not going to earn you a ton of store credit, but it's enough to purchase an app or an album every so often.

Google Pay has gone through many permutations over the years. Formerly known as Google Wallet, this person-to-person payment app from Google lets you easily send money without pesky cash or credit cards getting in the way.

And in that role, it really excels. It's a strong alternative to our top choice, Venmo. The original deal locator for mobile, Groupon partners with businesses to offer low prices to a limited number of people for a limited time.

While the value of Groupon's offerings is sometimes debatable, it offers a useful way to try a new restaurant or a totally new activity in your area.

Pinterest is a social network of stuff, a place to "pin" things that interest you on themed boards. The Android app offers a great way to gather images from around the web for making lists or just collections of stuff that catch your eye.

You could use it to help redecorate your living room or even to help you choose a tattoo artist. It easily integrates with your browser for fast pinning, and you can view the pins of others for added inspiration.

For all our technical savvy and disruptive startups, physical package delivery is still the backbone of ecommerce. The Slice app automatically detects shipping details from your email and then tracks the packages for you.

You can watch your precious commodities make their stately way to your doorstep, get alerts when they are delivered, and even receive warnings if they've been recalled or the price has dropped.

In short, Slice is an online shopper's best friend. There are lots of ways to pay for things with your phone. But Venmo has a smart mixture of clean design, ease of use, and social functions that give it an edge.

It doesn't do much, but it does let you easily send and receive payments from friends. And unlike other payment systems, it has momentum. It's usually the app people ask about when the group is splitting up the check.

Airbnb should be your go-to app for finding rooms, apartments, homes, and other unique accommodations when traveling, if you don't want to go with a traditional hotel.

The length of your stay need not be short-term either; some locations let you book a stay for several months, which may appeal to people working temporary jobs in new places.

This travel app also highlights other experiences and restaurants, so you can find out about everything a locale offers. If you're traveling within a major metropolitan area via either public transportation or personal vehicle, Citymapper can plan all your trip details.

It has transit information for dozens of major U. Further, it offers multiple transportation options for each city, so if you feel like taking the ferry to work one morning, there's nothing stopping you.

Its top features include Commute, which lets you set up your daily travel to and from work, and an alert system that uses natural language to describe service delays or cancellations.

If you're looking to learn another language, Duolingo gamifies language learning with bite-sized lessons and a friendly interface.

Starting with simple vocabulary and building from there, Duolingo is your guide to learning a new language or brushing up on one you already know. The more you use the app, the more you unlock and—with practice—the more you learn.

Or more practical choices, like Esperanto and Klingon. If an event isn't being organized on Facebook, it's probably being done through Eventbrite. This service makes it easy to manage invites, RSVPs, and even ticket purchasing.

Attendees get handy reminders about the events they planned to attend, organizers can see guest lists. We particularly like that Eventbrite can generate QR codes, making event check-in a breeze.

Google Maps has been your guide for years, and this excellent app just keeps getting better. With just a few taps, Google Maps tells you exactly how to get to your destination.

It even supports walking, bicycle, and mass-transit directions, as well as Uber. The app's road knowledge is so keen that it can tell you which lane to be in while using turn-by-turn directions. And because this is Google, you can easily search for locations nearby.

Many people fear not being unable to communicate with people from another country while traveling.

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