The mobile phone has evolved considerably into something more than a device for making phone calls and sending text messages.
However, the sheer number of applications – Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store both have over a million – can be overwhelming. There are useful apps that we use daily to enhance or to make our daily living simple and easy, and here is a look at some of the top apps for every-day use.
1Weather is, without a doubt, the best weather app available. It has a plain, paginated interface that displays the current weather, a 12-week forecast, a radar, and other interesting statistics. Along with that, you’ll get a good collection of lightly customizable widgets, as well as the expected features like extreme weather warnings and a radar to see approaching storms. Perhaps its most appealing aspect is its minimalist style, which focuses solely on the weather. The user interface is simple to use, and the weather fun facts are the icing on the cake. Whether you are checking the weather or looking for odds on Betway, these apps can definitely be very useful.
The rise of the gambling and casino industry can be attributed largely to the emergence of online betting and mobile technology. The Betway app is a handy tool for every betting enthusiast out there as it is simple and easy to use. Its intuitive design makes it simpler even for novices, and generally improves the overall user experience. Every detail is captured on the simple layout, making it easy to find markets, sports, individual teams, among other logistics.
Google Maps is one of the best Android apps ever, and it practically dominates the navigation app scene. It receives regular, almost weekly updates that seem to only add to its already extensive list of features. Aside from the basics, Google Maps provides links to points of interest, traffic info, directions to places like rest stops and gas stations.
Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard
One of the most powerful and customizable third-party keyboards available is Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard. It first appeared on the market many years ago with a predictive engine unlike any other keyboard, and the software has evolved significantly since then to become an app for daily use. It’s a free download with additional themes available for purchase. A dedicated number row, SwiftKey Flow, which allows for gesture typing, multiple language support, library syncing across devices, and much more are among the other features.
Most smartphone messengers cannot be trusted and it is usually difficult convincing your colleagues to sign up. However, the majority of people you know are already on Facebook. This is convenient because the Facebook Messenger app is excellent, and is readily attached to the parent Facebook app. It’s straightforward, uncluttered, and capable of handling both voice and video calls.
In a world full of messenger apps, WhatsApp is one of the most common, with a large and loyal user base. Add in an interactive online edition that allows users to take their chats with them everywhere they go. This Facebook-owned app is bolstered by encrypted messaging from Signal’s creators. It may be the world’s largest encrypted messaging service. Today it is difficult to imagine a world without WhatsApp.