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The Ten Best Apps for Android of the Month April 2018 – Best of Android

best apps for Android in April 2018
Written by Hassan Abbas

You know what it touches as the month comes to its last days. April has amazed us with its waters and its quality applications. Among them, we have selected ten new apps that you can not stop trying, although there could well have been many more. A list in which you will find new web browsers, tools to learn to program or apps that use sounds to relax our journey. Without more, we leave you with the best apps for Android in April 2018.

best apps for Android in April 2018

Notifix

Lowering the notification bar can be an important stress exercise as many accumulate there. That is why it never hurts to have applications like Notifix that help us to have everything much more orderly and manageable. We will not lose detail of these notifications since all the information will remain intact, but we will surely gain health thanks to finding them more collected.

Internet: fast, lite, and private

The app was not found in the store. 🙁

The appearance of this web browser has been a surprise since it has been developed by Amazon. Of course, the name is not that they have been cured too. Internet: fast, lite and private gives what it promises since we talk about an app that weighs 2.4MB and that has all the signs to become one of our favorite light browsers. He still has some road to go, but he’s on the right track.

Audiobook Reader: Turn any ebook into an Audiobook

One of our discoveries of the month is this tool that converts electronic books into audiobooks. We can load different formats (EPUB, MOBI, PRC, FB2, PDF) and we have the possibility to customize the app to our liking. This tool uses Amazon Polly to translate these writings and we can also choose between different voices that brighten up the experience. A pleasant surprise with which to enjoy all kinds of texts through our ears.

TextAssured

The app was not found in the store. 🙁

Every time more applications appear that allow us to respond messages automatically. TextAssured is one of the last ones to get on this car and, although it is still somewhat green, it is one of the most efficient. After configuring the message with which we want to answer calls or texts, we can choose different situations in which it will intervene automatically. Breathing a bit outside of our smartphones never hurts.

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Loffee

Loffee - Lo-Fi Music
Loffee - Lo-Fi Music
Developer: Cube Apps
Price: Free

If we want to listen to Lo-Fi music in the simplest way possible, Loffee is the app we need. A tool as easy to use as it is beautiful, with which we will listen to songs of this artistic genre without complicating ourselves in excess. Just enough to play in an environment and then make horizontal swipes until you find the song you want. In addition, we can put a timer so that the app itself stops offering music when it comes to an end. Perfect for before going to sleep.

Google Tasks

Google Tasks
Google Tasks
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free

The flow of applications developed by Google seems to have no end. Google Tasks is its latest development and is presented as an extension of the list of tasks that we have in Gmail. Many of us use Keep for this purpose, but Tasks arrives to try to take its place in the list of tasks exclusively. A very simple and direct tool, although we do not know at all if it will make a hole or end up in the garden of apps forgotten by Google.

Opera Touch

Opera Touch
Opera Touch
Developer: Opera
Price: Free

Another company with which we lose account of the number of apps that take is Opera. A company that has decided to delight us with a new browser: Opera Touch, an app that differs from the rest thanks to the use of Flow technology that allows us to send content between our phone and the computer. A feature that reminds us of Pushbullet, although this new browser also has a good sack of more features: a quick access button for use with one hand, search through a microphone or with a QR code.

Sleep Music

The app was not found in the store. 🙁

We have plenty of applications that use music to relax in the immense Android catalog. There are all the different colors and flavors, but Sleep Music has caught our attention thanks to its easy handling. We will just have to choose music and enjoy. We can configure the time we want the melody to sound and little else. We do not need all the apps to be multipurpose knives with millions of features and many times we value the app to fulfill its purpose perfectly. In addition, it is difficult for us to get bored with their songs since we have a lot to choose from.

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Exodus Privacy

Exodus
Exodus
Developer: Exodus Privacy
Price: Free

Protecting our privacy is something that it deserves to fight for. Using apps like Exodus Privacy help this task thanks to that it will indicate all the permissions and trackers that use the applications that we have in our smartphone. A free tool that wants to help us to ensure one of our fundamental principles and that has an extensive database with which to collate the information.

Grasshopper

Grasshopper: Learn to Code
Grasshopper: Learn to Code
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free

JavaScript is one of the most important programming languages and this application will help us to learn it. No matter what level we have, Grasshopper will teach us programming with fun exercises and small games that will make the experience much lighter. A perfect tool for beginners in the field.

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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