We live in a technological era, which keeps developing with every coming year. Developers are constantly coming up with new ideas, and it seems like soon there will be an app for literally everything.
With a start of the new year, we wanted to share with you 4 brand new applications for Android that we found the most useful and interesting, both free and paid-for, connected with various fields of activity.
Right now the problem of cyber security is urgent like never before. Thus, Blur arrived at a perfect timing and will be useful for many people. This app allows you to hide your credit card info, as well as email addresses and phone numbers. You can also store all of your passwords in Blur. The app is mostly paid-for (39.99 dollars per year), the only free feature is Masked Emails.
Source: Tech Radar
This is the new development of Instagram, which is aimed at longer videos, basically like a real TV. While you can only watch pretty short videos on Instagram and even shorter ones on Insta stories, IGTV lets you watch full-time content that can be up to 1 hour in length. This feature is actually incorporated into Instagram itself, but a separate app will be way more convenient for people interested in longer videos. By the way, the app is absolutely free.
3. YouTube Music
Of course, we could not leave out the “offspring” of one of the most popular video content platforms, YouTube Music. This app provides the users with access to a huge variety of songs, creates personalized recommendation tracklists and the tracklists of the most popular songs at the moment. YouTube Music is free for download, however, the offline listening feature will cost you 9.99 dollars a month (1st month is free).
4. Google Home
Google Home has already made its appearance in one of our articles. It is undoubtedly one of the biggest developments as of recently. This app manages all of the smart devices in the house: from lights to TV. Its database contains hundreds of gadgets from different brands. With Google Home, you can basically control everything in your house using only one app. Also, it’s free.
Source: Tech Radar
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