5 very useful Android apps you didn’t know you needed
There are numerous applications in the Google Play Store. From time-consuming games to powerful image editing programs and social media networks, your phone keeps you connected, entertaining and productive.
Despite this, most people are only familiar with popular apps from reputable developers. However, there are many developers who create really useful applications. Some of these apps are so smart, so useful, that you don’t even know you need them before you install them.
Smart goal is a fast text recognition program. Simply put, Smart Lens is a text scanner. Copying large amounts of text just by typing it into your device can be a hassle. Describing text is an option, but it does not keep URLs the same. Fortunately, there is a better option. Smart Lens can scan text very accurately. The text is then copied to the device clipboard along with the URL links and phone numbers. This text can then be pasted into an email, messaging application, etc. Smart Lens makes copying text quick and convenient.
Most people don’t carry a ruler or tape measure everywhere. However, our smartphones are rarely out of reach. Fortunately, Measure is a simple and well-designed app that turns your smartphone into a ruler. Simply slide your finger along for additional measurements for very accurate measurements up to a fraction of an inch. In addition, the Measurement app is capable of measuring in metric and imperial units. In addition, Measure is completely free, without advertising and without permission.
Anyone who makes videos should check this out. All right is an application that provides an overlay that works like a on-screen teleprompter. The clearest allows users to enter their video sources. These transcripts appear on the screen during recording. Users can finally say goodbye to bloopers and supplemental words like “um”, “uh” and “ah”. Instead, Selvi users can produce professional videos with clear and direct speech.
Transferring files between devices can be a little tricky. You can still copy the files to one computer and then transfer them to another phone. However, it can take time if not awkward.
You can email the files; however, most e-mail programs set a small file size limit, typically only in megabytes. This means that large files are out of the question. And if you want to email a lot of files, it can quickly become a tedious task.
Fortunately, Send anywhere allows users to send different types of files to other phones via a direct WiFi connection. To get started, select the files you want to upload from the app. Then send anywhere to create a QR code and PIN. The recipient scans the QR code or enters the PIN to start the download.
Speaking in a public place can be very difficult. The thought of mispronouncing a word can leave people sweating palms and anxious. If you have a large meeting or presentation ahead and you don’t want to confuse yourself with misleading words, Sound the application covers you.
Voice is a text-to-speech application. Just type in a word and the pronunciation will tell you how to pronounce it correctly. You can even hear words with different accents from around the world! In addition, the app works offline and is completely free.
What are some cool apps that you don’t think you can live without? Let us know in the comments!