10 Android applications little known to people and I recommend you download at least 5 of them
Although Google Play Store has a very large catalog of free and paid apps, specifically more than 3.5 million apps, most of us tend to use apps recommended by the Google Store or those suggested by people in our circle of friends and family.
This leads us to stop trying some very useful applications, and for this reason, today we have selected for you a total of 10 little-known applications, but which you should not neglect.
The first app on this list is a free tool that lets you quickly compress images and adjust image size and resolution with minimal quality loss.
Likewise, this application also has a crop function thanks to which you can remove unwanted parts of the image, and it has a simple and intuitive interface that makes it very easy to use.
It is a complete music player compatible with your smartphone, Android TV and Smart TV that features 7-band equalizer, bass booster and 10 professional sound settings based on different music genres: acoustic, classical, dance, electronic, flat, hip- hop, jazz, pop, R&B and rock.
As the name suggests, OneSync is a free app that automatically syncs files, folders, and backups that you have saved in the Microsoft cloud to your devices.
Furthermore, the developer of this application also has similar tools for other public clouds such as Google Drive, Dropbox or Mega.
It is a free application for Android that allows you to download a clip from any social network in a very simple way, because it has a function responsible for automatically detecting a video clip and automatically downloading it.
But that’s not all, because this application also gives you the ability to download photos and music and has a built-in media player thanks to which you can view content in a wide range of formats.
If you usually place a lot of orders in Chinese e-commerce, you should try this parcel tracking app, because it uses a platform called 17TRACK, which has a large database of more than 2000 couriers and postal operators globally that allows you to track any order arriving. From abroad, both from China and the United States.
If you don’t want to use your personal email to register on sites and online shops, we recommend you try Temp Mail – Temporary Email, a free application thanks to which you can create temporary email addresses which you can then dispose of in 10 minutes because they will disappear forever.
This free app uses artificial intelligence to improve the quality of old, blurry, or poorly defined photos, delivering truly impressive results.
Furthermore, this application can automatically recognize faces in selfies or group photos and enhance facial details with just one touch, increase the resolution of images by 200% or even 500%, and improve the clarity of photographs which illustrate.
It is a great text-to-speech application that allows you to convert all types of text, PDF files, web pages and even e-books to audio.
This is one of the best apps we have tried for transcription, as it has several Arabic narration voices and they are all of higher quality than other similar apps.
Automate is a free tool for automating tasks, thanks to which you can have your device automatically perform certain actions, such as turning on Wi-Fi when you get home or backing up a folder on your phone every time.
We rounded out this list of some very useful, but very useful apps for Android with PackPoint, a free app that lets you create gear lists.
Basically, it’s ready to help you memorize what you need to include in your gear depending on the length of your flight, the time you spend at your destination, and the activities you did on the plane.