After reviewing the best games of the month, it is time to put our sights on the world of applications. The beginning of summer has come strong and we have found ourselves with a particularly generous month in terms of quality tools. New browsers, Lite apps, and really unexpected resurrections are a good part of the content we have concentrated on this list with the best Android apps for the month of June.
It is normal to find football apps in the month of the World Cup in Russia. If you have not had enough of the best apps to experience the World Cup, FMdB comes to give us detailed information about players from all over the world. We are before the official database of the immense Football Manager, so you will find meticulous data of all types of players.
One of the surprises of the month has been this unexpected return. Fotolog has not returned in the form of a sheet, but with an app that will try to rival Instagram and other social networks focused on sharing photos. We do not know if he will achieve this goal, but this resurrection has served to rediscover what many of us published a few years ago. Prepare well for the festival of shame.
Some time ago we talked to you about 10 apps that use gamification in their insides and Fitness RPG sure would have entered the selection if we had known before. It is a different pedometer for the rest since walking will serve to recharge the energy or level up the characters of the roleplay that hides inside. Maybe this RPG is not going to pass to the annals of the story as a game, but it surely deserves its place when we point to an app that uses gamification well.
Also See: Ten Best Survival Games for Android
Brown University has launched this curious app that works halfway between experiment and as a tool to sleep better. An application that serves as a diary of our sleep routines and the different activities we perform on the day before our bed. Not only will it help us to get to know each other better and try to rest more, but the results obtained will be used in a research study of the University itself.
It is the least strange that a company like Google has ignored the Podcast format so far. Luckily, everything has a solution and the appearance of Google Podcasts is great news for the company’s staunch supporters. In addition, it comes at a time for the company since it will be compatible with Google Home.
If you are one of those who asks about the flora that surrounds you, PlantSnap is probably an ideal app for you. Thanks to her and the camera of our device we can recognize the plants that surround us. Surprising its effective recognition tool, as well as the speed with which it floods us with information. We can also use some image that we have in the gallery, something that will help us to know all the details of the plant in question.
Instagram has been the last app to join the wave of the Lite versions and the truth is that we are very happy with the result. Instagram Lite is clear of almost everything new that the traditional app loads, but the publications and Stories still stand. An application that consumes fewer data from the Internet and works tremendously in terms of fluency. Attention to its size: 573 KB, while the Instagram app takes 32 MB.
Keepsafe remains committed to protecting user privacy and has therefore launched a very simple and easy-to-use browser. As is the norm in this company, Keepsafe Browser bases its principles on offering the user an experience where safety comes first. Not only allows us several methods of blockers of trackers, but we can also create a PIN so that nobody can use it.
We get lost among the immense amount of applications with which to edit images on Android. But we must admit that Adobe impregnates your apps with quality levels that we can hardly find in other similar tools. Adobe Spark Post has been the last to arrive and, although it has not yet officially come out, it is going to become a must-have for Community Managers who are less experienced in image editing. An app with which to make designs and compositions very easily and with very professional finishes.
When we thought we had seen it all, Instagram goes and surprises us with a new application with which to compete directly with YouTube. IGTV wants to become the platform for streaming vertical videos par excellence. For this, he wants to be nourished by the creators of content that swarm on Instagram and that are not usually seen by YouTube, so it is more than likely that we are facing a very interesting battle.
For more stuff visit our site techverses.com and discover what you want.