September has given us a good number of quality games for Android and now it is the turn to talk about the most outstanding tools of the month. A selection of the most illustrious among which we will find launchers, multimedia players and applications that will make our lives easier. Without more, we leave you with the best applications for Android in September.
Minimalism is the raison d’etre of this launcher that offers us a different experience than we are used to in Android launchers. Your desktop allows us to read messages from the usual messaging apps (WhatsApp, Telegram …) and easily access the apps we want. A perfect launcher to be used with just one hand.
BBC Learning English
Learning English with the BBC is a classic that many of us have lived on television and radio. Now we have the opportunity to do it from the comfort of our smartphone thanks to BBC Learning English. It is not only that we have themes and topics to learn and improve our grammar, but also has a strong audiovisual load where the British pronunciation is everything. Time to put on the bowler hat and drink tea.
Nova Video Player
Although we are very fans of VLC as a multimedia player on Android, the truth is that we have fallen in love with Nova. We are faced with an open source player that eats all kinds of files and plays them fluently. We can configure it to launch files from other media and its media library is very powerful: metadata and posters of our files will appear without having done anything previously. Very top.
The impact of Tinder has not only affected the applications of linkage, but its swipes mechanics has become a reference in video games and even music apps as is the case of Scala. This musical discovery app pulls Spotify to let us know new songs and groups that we can add to lists or ignore based on swipes to the right or left of the screen.
Volume Slider Free
Thanks to Volume Slider we will have the volume control widget of Android P on all Android devices from version 4.1 onwards. This floating control panel has many customization options so that we can establish it as we please: colors, position on the screen, the font of typography … A very simple method to enjoy this functionality on any Android device.
HiHello Contact Exchange
It’s funny that in the current times we keep pulling physical business cards, but luckily there are apps that are trying to make this practice a thing of the past. HiHello Contact Exchange allows us to create multiple virtual cards that we can share quickly and easily through QR codes. We will not have to invent excuses for when we have run out of traditional cards.
Discover Pexels has turned out to be great news since this app gives us access to a large source of free photos that we can use at will, even for commercial issues. And the best thing is that it does not stay in a great image bank, but also serves as a kind of social network where we can give feedback to other users and receive opinions if we encourage you to upload our snapshots.
While it is true that Mr. Pillster is not a new application, this version 2.0 has been a redesign that deserved recognition. This app allows us to keep a record of the medication that we or other members of our family take. This new version has a greater number of customization options and now we can save the many features that our day-to-day medicines have.
Tor Browser for Android
Tor’s official browser is still in the early stages of its development, but it is a long-term project whose purpose is that we can navigate through our smartphone with total anonymity. This Alpha version still needs us to use Orbot, but it is expected that future updates will allow us to navigate using only this browser.
We are always looking for Android tools that make life easier for us and that is the goal of Fluid Navigation Gestures. With this app, we can perform numerous actions on our device based on gestures on the screen that will be activated when used from the bottom and sides. Actions that we will configure to our liking and that will allow us to do basic things like going backward, reaching the desk or recent apps; but also more advanced actions such as launch a specific app or open a shortcut, to name a few examples.
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