Android apps that would make 2014 easier.

From a user point of view, here are some android apps that every android user should have. The apps were listed in no particular order. I guess you just have to get all of them.

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1. Smart launcher.
The best launcher on Android according to me. This launcher is the only launcher I know that effectively classifies your apps into six easy to use categories; communication, media, Internet, games, utility, settings. It’s easy to use, fast and light. Your device would thank you. 

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2. 1board, cloze and rebel mouse.
This apps help you organize your social presence and put them in one place. So you can control your social networks from one spot. Nice.
1board has good twitter and face book integration.
Cloze adds Google plus and Linked in to that list.
Rebel mouse goes as far as instagram, pinterest, YouTube tumbler, even RSS stock twits.
You choice would really depend on how much of social networking you really do.
I like them all, that’s why I have them all.

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3. Writer.
Don’t you miss those good old days, when you could grab a pen and begin to write on any surface you could find? Well I don’t, because I have writer. With writer I don’t have to tap on endless streams of buttons, just open writer and start writing, close writer and your article
is automatically saved, no useless questions asked! It’s light, functional, that’s all.

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4. Pocket.
So you go to Facebook, Twitter, pinterest, even the world wide Web, you come across lots of interesting information. Just that you just can’t read them all now. Chances that you find them later to read are slim. What do you do? Add to pocket. Thank me later!

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5. Flash share and “app back up and restore” 
So you had to format your device, now your apps are gone…. And that makes you sad. Turn that frown upside down! Thanks to app back up and restore. And if you are wondering what it does, the name says it all. Or maybe not, because you can also share your apps, just back up and send via bluetooth.
Flash share however takes it some steps further. You not only share apps, you also share everything else. Pictures, songs, documents, videos. If you have it, you can share it, using flash share. It works via wifi. And it’s fast!

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6. Swift keyboard. 
Let’s just say your life would be better with it.

7. Sidebar.
If you like jumping from app to app and you just don’t want to have to go to the homepage or app drawer, then get side bar. It’d come in very handy.

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8. Musix match.
The best thing for music. Especially with lyrics. It fetches your lyrics for you, so you can sing along and stop chewing your tongue.

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9. Keep.
The best notes app on Android. In my opinion. Save notes, memos, lists, and just about anything you can type. You can also add pictures just to make it more graphic.

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10. Office suite.
Let’s just say it takes care of all your office problems. Easily.

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11. Photo grid. 
For the pic lovers. Helps you mix you pictures into assorted frames and background. It’s not much, but it gets the job done.

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12. Flip board. 
A magazine for you by you. Try it.

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13. UC browser (HD) 
Prolly the fastest browser on Android. Get the HD version if you are using a tablet.

14. WhatsApp, 2go and BBM 
WhatsApp is my favourite android chat app. I use 2go to keep in touch with those peeps who are yet to venture into the smart phone generation and to keep in touch with Facebook, and BBM for blackberry users too proud to use WhatsApp.

15. Twitter, tweetcaster. 
For twitter aficionados like me, Twitter and tweetcaster come in handy. I use the original twitter app more because of it ease of usage. Tweetcaster can offer a better user experience. It’s more beautiful and it loads pics at once, so you don’t have to click to view. It’s your pick.

16. Facebook and friendcaster. 
I’ve never really loved facebook. I just direct my Twitter posts to Facebook, that’s all. But whenever I have to use Facebook, believe me I’d use mobile Web. But every once in a while I try the Facebook app, when I’m frustrated I go to friendcaster then back and forth. It really is not that the apps are crappy, it’s a thing of the kind of network we have. A Facebook or friendcaster that’s easy to use and works fairly well even with poor Internet, would come in very handy.

17. WordPress and Blogger. 
Depending on which platform you use either of these two come in handy. I use both so I have both.

18. ES file explorer
A better way to explore and manage your files. Offers limitless functionality and won’t hang your device.

Of course not to forget the screen grabber app, that made much of these possible.

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