*Top 5 Free Android Apps 2017*
Mint is a fantastic online service which keep track of your finances, and it is vell optimised app for Android platform. Once you’ve entered all your information, you can easily see where your money is going. Mint’s budgets option help you make spending decisions on the go. Another great feature is the Mint widget, which helps you keep your finances in mind by keeping your account balances in sight. Mint can be a bit overwhelming at first, but it’s well worth the effort to learn. Download now
Flipboard is one of the best apps for reading the news. It is slik designed perfect news app so i couldent hold myself to include it in top 5 free android apps 2017 list. With flipboard, you can browse the articles, videos, podcasts, and other media that matter most to you. The most attractive feature of flipboard is its signature magazine style interface. The Daily Edition feature gives you the most important news along with themed stories for each day of the week. Flipboard has been one of our top picks for years, and it’s easy to see why.
3. Avast antivirus
Avast has the distinction of packing tons of features into an entirely free package. Inside, you’ll find antitheft tools, app management, safe Web browsing, a battery manager, and an antivirus engine that receives top marks from independent testing labs. It’s a top choice for Android antivirus apps.
Amazon is the Internet’s marketplace; the one place where you can shop anything—and it’s affordable. On Android, barcode scanner and photo search are two features which make it easy to shop. You can also make purchases from Amazon’s streaming video store, but Kindle ebook titles are still unavailable for purchase. Depending on where you live, you can take advantage of super-fast shipping that can sometimes deliver a package before you even get home.
Any.do is an awesome list manager. You can quickly create a shopping list and have it synced among your devices and even share the list with others. The app also act as task manager, keeping you on top of all. This very capable and user friendly app contain many features, but I specially like one called the Any.do Moment, which encourages you to take a second and review your plans for the day. Lists are one thing, but building good productivity habits is quite another.