+101 - Vote for the best Android Applications

101 Best Android Apps is an Android Apps gallery for the best Android phone applications


Topics
All
Books
Family
Fun
Games
Maps
Money
Music
News
Photos
Shopping
Social
Sports
Travel
Video
Weather

User: xsusanna doesn't have any authorised entries yet.

Other stuff

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

New from the blog

  • Flipboard revamps its technology category with more curated content, private team magazines, and more

    According to Flipboard, the technology category is one of its most-read sections. So, it’s giving the tech feed a redesign with new features and more content. It’s rolling out now to everyone with a personal magazine in the technology category.

    A major part of the new tech section is the content Flipboard presents. There will be more curation by the editorial staff, including podcasts, long-form articles, and regular stories from the likes of The Wirecutter and TechCrunch.

    Read More

    Flipboard revamps its technology category with more curated content, private team magazines, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Today’s best deals you won’t want to miss

    Whether you’re looking for new tech gear or household items, we’ve got you covered.

    Today you can get big discounts on TP-Link smart plugs, Ninja’s popular blender, snack sample box, and more! Don’t pass these up.

    View the rest of the deals

    If you want to know about the deals as soon as they are happening, you’ll want to follow Thrifter on Twitter, and sign up for the newsletter, because missing out on a great deal stinks!

  • Tegra X1 processor vulnerability discovered, affects Nvidia Shield, Pixel C, and Nintendo Switch

    The Tegra X1 is one of Nvidia’s latest mobile processors, powering devices like the Nintendo Switch, Google Pixel C, and Nvidia Shield. It’s not uncommon that vulnerabilities are discovered in SoCs, and that has just happened for the Tegra X1. Katherine Temkin and the ReSwitched hacking team have just released details about a security flaw, nicknamed ‘Fusée Gelée,’ that allows unauthenticated arbitrary code execution on devices using the Tegra chip.

    You can read all the details at the source link below, but to summarize, Fusée Gelée takes advantage of a flaw in the Tegra X1’s USB recovery mode.

    Read More

    Tegra X1 processor vulnerability discovered, affects Nvidia Shield, Pixel C, and Nintendo Switch was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • These are the best Android apps of 2018 nominated for a Google Play Award

    Check out the apps Google thinks are the best available today.

    There are millions of great apps on the Google Play Store, so it can be tough for apps to get noticed and pick up the traction they deserve. That’s one of the reasons why Google runs a yearly “Google Play Award” system, where it picks a couple dozen apps to highlight for outstanding design, user experience, performance, innovation and overall quality. Google just released the full list of nominees for the award, which in itself is a huge deal for these developers, but at Google I/O 2018 we’ll see the actual award winners.

    Here are all of the nominated apps, divided up by category — there are nine categories in total, and five nominees for each one.

    Standout well-being app

    Clue by BioWink GmbH
    Fabulous by TheFabulous
    Headspace by Headspace, Inc.
    Lifesum by Lifesum
    Simple Habit by Simple Habit, Inc.
    Best accessibility experience

    Audio Game Hub by Sonnar Interactive
    Be My Eyes by Be My Eyes
    Open Sesame by Sesame E…

  • These are the best Android apps of 2018 nominated for a Google Play Award

    Check out the apps Google thinks are the best available today.

    There are millions of great apps on the Google Play Store, so it can be tough for apps to get noticed and pick up the traction they deserve. That’s one of the reasons why Google runs a yearly “Google Play Award” system, where it picks a couple dozen apps to highlight for outstanding design, user experience, performance, innovation and overall quality. Google just released the full list of nominees for the award, which in itself is a huge deal for these developers, but at Google I/O 2018 we’ll see the actual award winners.

    Here are all of the nominated apps, divided up by category — there are nine categories in total, and five nominees for each one.

    Standout well-being app

    Clue by BioWink GmbH
    Fabulous by TheFabulous
    Headspace by Headspace, Inc.
    Lifesum by Lifesum
    Simple Habit by Simple Habit, Inc.
    Best accessibility experience

    Audio Game Hub by Sonnar Interactive
    Be My Eyes by Be My Eyes
    Open Sesame by Sesame E…

  • These are the best Android apps of 2018 nominated for a Google Play Award

    Check out the apps Google thinks are the best available today.

    There are millions of great apps on the Google Play Store, so it can be tough for apps to get noticed and pick up the traction they deserve. That’s one of the reasons why Google runs a yearly “Google Play Award” system, where it picks a couple dozen apps to highlight for outstanding design, user experience, performance, innovation and overall quality. Google just released the full list of nominees for the award, which in itself is a huge deal for these developers, but at Google I/O 2018 we’ll see the actual award winners.

    Here are all of the nominated apps, divided up by category — there are nine categories in total, and five nominees for each one.

    Standout well-being app

    Clue by BioWink GmbH
    Fabulous by TheFabulous
    Headspace by Headspace, Inc.
    Lifesum by Lifesum
    Simple Habit by Simple Habit, Inc.
    Best accessibility experience

    Audio Game Hub by Sonnar Interactive
    Be My Eyes by Be My Eyes
    Open Sesame by Sesame E…

  • Moto E5 Play vs. Moto E4: Should you upgrade?

    Last week, Motorola refreshed its wildly popular Moto G and Moto E series, among which is the new Moto E5 Play — an ultra-low-cost device targeted at prepaid customers who don’t want to spend much more than $100.

    Everyone’s heard the old adage “you get what you pay for,” and a few years ago that might’ve been true to some extent with inexpensive phones. These days, though, you can get a lot of bang for just a little buck; last year’s Moto E4 impressed us with surprisingly nice design and performance, and the Moto E5 Play looks to continue that tradition. But if you already have the E4, is there any reason to upgrade to the newer model?

    What’s new with the Moto E5 Play?

    The Moto E5 Play takes on a newer look and feel that closely emulates its more expensive counterparts. While the display is still 16:9 and 720p, it’s been upsized from 5.0 to 5.2 inches, and the fingerprint sensor now rests on the back of the phone, hidden in the Motorola logo. The camera has also been …

  • Meizu working on Android Go phone, coming later this year

    The first phones running Android Go, a lightweight version of Android designed for budget devices, were announced at Mobile World Congress earlier this year. ZTE, Nokia, Alcatel, and others were the first OEMs to jump on board. Now it appears Meizu mi…

  • Meizu working on Android Go phone, coming later this year

    The first phones running Android Go, a lightweight version of Android designed for budget devices, were announced at Mobile World Congress earlier this year. ZTE, Nokia, Alcatel, and others were the first OEMs to jump on board. Now it appears Meizu mi…

  • Google ‘Chat’: Everything you need to know

    Google might have finally found a way to fix online chat for everyone after years of trying.

    Google Chat is said to be the latest messaging solution from the company and if the rumors are true, every problem with online messaging could disappear. That’s a pretty bold statement, but what Google Chat is (and what it isn’t), as well as how it’s different from previous attempts, makes me believe that there’s nothing else any one company can do and it this doesn’t work nothing ever will.

    Let’s have a look at what it is and why it’s different than previous attempts to “fix” online messaging.

    The current problem

    Right now online messaging is a digital battlefield filled with companies who only care what’s best for themselves instead of making it easier for us. Services like iMessage and WhatsApp are great, but only if both sides of any online conversation are using the same app. There are several different standards that can be used and two of them we’re all familiar with — SMS a…

View our blog archives »

Recent Comments