Best Android apps for 2016

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Now as 2016 has come to an end and we’re in the last weeks of 2016, let’s take a look at one of the Best Android apps 2016 for you to download just as an index of what you may have missed in this year.
So let’s start our list with the best apps of 2016 for Android. However, most of the apps given below are available for iOS too and you can enjoy them on your iPhones too.

1) Action Launcher

Action Launcher

To be honest we’ve had quite a bit of confusion over the launchers for your Android phones because Google Now Launcher was standing equally with the Action Launcher. However, thinking something outside the box with more features, we chose Action Launcher.
Action Launcher provides clear and intuitive interface changes without adding so many that it becomes off-putting.
With Action Launcher you can perform simple yet manual customizations such as changing the app drawer layout, changing app icons and not only that but even altering the way you put in use your homescreen folder.

2) Google Allo

Google Allo

You know we couldn’t miss this app, could we? Now Google Allo is something that gives you the feel and use of Google Assistant over all the Android phones, even the ones that aren’t Nougat based. With Google Allo, you can search for anything over Google, get information, perform calculations and do a variety of other things.
Not only that but you can even chat to your friends and anyone in your contact list. So what’s the fun part? You can even send images, stickers or doodles to your friends via Google Allo. So go ahead and download this app right away for your Android and iOS.

3) 1Weather

1weather

We all have a handy weather application in our phone and it won’t be bad that you use a simple, user friendly designed app that shows you the current weather, forecast for up to a maximum of 12 weeks, a radar, and other stats to take info from. You can download it from Google Play Store at a cost of $1.99. And for the widgets, this app has it all. You’ll certainly find this app better than the one you’ve pre-installed on your phone.

4) Indeed Job Search

indeed Job Search
We know finding a job is hard but yes, if you’re trying to work smart, then Indeed Job Search is going to help you better. Indeed’s mobile app for Android lets you search for a job when you’re on the go so you can find your next employment anytime. You can narrow the results for specific geographical regions, salary expectations or type of employment. You can even choose between full time and past time jobs too.
This app tracks your search history so you will only see the results you haven’t viewed yet. You can also upload your resume if you want make it easier to apply for job you’re interested in. So go on and start hunting for new jobs.

5) Brave Browser

brave browser
Now you may never have heard of anything like this but yes, a browser namely Brave Browser does exist. Let’s tell you about it. Are you ever tired or irritated of the ads displayed in the different sites you visit? Probably yes, who doesn’t?
You may be enjoying your Google chrome browser pretty well but if you’re annoyed by the ads, switch to Brave Browser. It’s based on Chromium, so the look and layout is very similar to Chrome but unlike Chrome it has built-in ad blocking tools with options to block tracking and third-party cookies.
There are individual toggles for all of these on a per-site basis, so you only have to block the content that annoys you and your information as well as device is totally safe with this browser.

6) Google Duo

Google duo
Before Google Allo, we had Google Duo as you people might be knowing because it has users globally and is loved by everybody.
Google Duo is a video calling app that Android users have been using gladly since it was released. Just find the person you want to call and video calls are one-touch away. The person you’re calling can even see your face before they pick up which makes this app more secure to use. It’s available on Google Play Store to download for free

7) Hound

Hound appYou might be aware of SoundHound for its music recognition app, but this year the company put its voice recognizing powers to new use with this new digital assistant app. Hound is able to answer complex questions and links to other services too to help with tasks like finding a restaurant or hailing a car. You can even set it as a default voice app on your phone.

8) Shazam Lite

'Shazam-Lite'
Okay so you people might be aware of Shazam. I mean who doesn’t? But this year, Shazam got its users a treat as it launched a lite version of its app that’s both reliable to use as well as convenient.
Many Shazam users were complaint that their devices weren’t able to hold too long on Shazam due to the amount of space it takes on their phone. So the company introduced this app in other to satisfy its customers with its service. You can download it for free via Google Play Store.

9) Messenger Lite

messenger Lite
Well many of the Facebook users might be unhappy due to installing two apps for a single service on their phone- The Facebook app and the Messenger, both over 50 MB in size.
So as a relief for the users having phones of low configuration, Facebook had launched its Lite version earlier and this year, they launched Messenger Lite for its users to enjoy the Facebook Messenger even on phones of low configuration.
You can download this app for free via the Google Play Store. However, the Messenger Lite doesn’t support chat heads, so you’ve got to compromise a bit there.

10) CastBoxCastBox

CastBox is one of the rare podcast client that not only handles all your subscriptions and playlists, but also puts discovery front and center to make it easier for you to find new shows.
This app recommends podcasts based on your interests and makes it easy to browse and search for specific titles and with features like sleep timers, light and dark themes and mood-based playlists, it will make each podcast feel like it was made for you.

Did we miss your favorite app for 2016? Why not to mention that in the comment box below and share it with others?

THE BOTTOM LINE
Okay lastly, let’s tell you that these apps HAVE NOT been ranked as per the numbers on the list. This is just a random numbering to them. Moreover, most of the apps here are available for iOS too, so you check it out. Also if you’re not able to find any app, ask us in the comment section and we’ll give you the link for downloads.

About Taha Maknoo

One passion that drives me- blogging. I'm a passionate student and blogger and usually spend most of my time over content writing and getting more information about the new tech launched to keep everybody updated. I'm a self confessed leaner and a tech enthusiast as I've the enthusiasm and the will to make everybody aware of the latest innovations in the world and new softwares released each day.

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