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The smartphone apps market can be difficult to navigate. There are just so many great apps to download that it can be hard to know where to start; for every successful app, there are a million imitators also vying for your clicks, so you need to be able to separate the authentic apps from the also-rans. That’s where we come in. From financial management to note-taking and even games, we’re here to tell you about the top 10 smartphone apps you should download this year, whether you’re an Android or iOS user.
If you only ever download one social media app, make it TikTok. There’s pretty much no better way to put your finger on the pulse of what young folks are up to these days than to browse the trending topics section of TikTok. There, you’ll find everything from dance challenges to life hacks, and you’ll also be able to discover some of your new favorite creators. TikTok can be a little obscure if you’ve never used it before, but stick with it and you just might find your new obsession.
Everyone should have an app on their smartphone that helps them to manage their finances, and that’s where Money Dashboard comes in. It’s one of the few completely free finance apps on Android and iOS, and it will do everything from tracking your spending to making recommendations for where you could cut back. Let’s say you’ve taken out one of the loans for people on benefits available online. Money Dashboard can show you your repayment schedule and help you rearrange finances to keep up with it.
Evernote is a note-taking app that syncs with the cloud, so you can use it on a variety of devices. It’s got everything; you can take notes in the form of block text, checklists, or even images and other media. You can build yourself a schedule so that you know what you’re doing for the next few days, or you can create shopping lists, to-do lists, and other important things to help you keep track of your life. Evernote is the only note-taking app you will ever need.
As services like LastPass become more and more inaccessible, apps like Bitwarden become more essential. It’s a password management app that syncs with various devices, so you can use it across your desktop, smartphone, and tablet, for instance. You can build a vault of your passwords so that you never forget another one while logging in again, and Bitwarden will even suggest strong passwords for you so you don’t need to keep thinking of different character combinations for different sites.
If you’re looking for a free mobile photo editing app that can almost match the power of the best desktop software, then look no further than Snapseed. This app has all the tools you’d want from a photo editing suite; it’s got a healing brush, adjustment and transformation tools, and plenty more, and it’s completely free to use without any attempt to sell you a subscription. You can get it on both Android and iOS, too, despite it being owned by Google.
If you’re lucky enough to have a reasonably powerful smartphone, then you owe it to yourself to check out Genshin Impact. It’s a remarkably fully-featured mobile game that stands up to the very best games on PC and consoles (probably because it’s also available there, too). Genshin takes The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s climbing system and infuses it with a healthy dose of anime gacha character-gathering and elemental combat to create one of the best games of the last few years.
7. Pocket Casts
When it comes to podcasts, the default apps on both Android and iOS don’t quite cut it (in fact, Android doesn’t even come packaged with Google Podcasts, which is probably a good thing given how lackluster that app is). That’s why you should download Pocket Casts, an alternative that organizes your podcasts into clean lists and menus and shows you clearly when there are new episodes to download. It’s free, although there is a Plus subscription that will give you more features too.
Forest is a productivity app with a difference. Every time you set it up, it plants a virtual tree, which will only grow while you’re on the app. If your mind wanders and you start doing other things on your phone – browsing the web, say, or watching YouTube – then the tree will die. Naturally, there’s a degree to which the app requires you to focus on it yourself; it won’t force you to be productive. However, it’s the best motivation we’ve found to stay on task, so we’re including it in this list.
Pretty much everyone under the sun probably already have WhatsApp installed, but if you don’t, you should definitely add it to your device (unless you have serious data privacy concerns, of course). WhatsApp is an intuitive, easy-to-use messaging app that lets you set up solo or group chats with no difficulty. You can send files like images and sounds, too, as well as voice-calling your friends if you want. WhatsApp is also accessible via desktop, so if you need to type longer messages, you have that option.
Given Spotify’s well-documented defense of Joe Rogan, your mileage may vary regarding whether or not you want to give your money to the company. However, there’s pretty much no doubting that Spotify is the best music streaming app out there right now. It might not offer the highest quality in terms of audio, and it might not have some of the bells and whistles of its competitors, but it’s clean, easy to use, and intuitive, so it’ll score points with those who just want to get on with listening to their music.
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