Posted September 29, 2018 06:03:13 I can only recommend the 10 best apps I’ve used in my life.
They all come from apps I use daily.
Read More and it’s not the best of these.
The ones that I really like though are the ones that offer real-time updates.
Some are really useful, some are really clever, and others are the real gems of Android.
I also think it’s worth taking a look at some of the lesser-known apps.
Here’s a quick guide to some of these apps that might be worth a look.
You don’t need a Google account to download these apps.
They’re free and open source.
But if you’re using a desktop computer, then you might want to check them out.
Some of the apps in this list were created by Google themselves.
I’ll list the apps below the list that have been ported to Android.
If you’re a developer and want to show your support, then I’d be very grateful for any donations.
For those that want to support the Android project but aren’t on a Google developer account, you can do so through the developer tools page.
I’m also willing to give away a few free apps if you give me your email address and I’ll send it directly to you.
You can also donate via PayPal to [email protected] (or by making a donation via Paypal directly through my site).
If you want to try out a new app that doesn’t have an Android app, then here’s a list of the 10 apps that work well with Android.
If you want more apps, then check out the 10 Best Apps for Android Without an Android App.
Here are some apps that you might find useful for the job you’re doing.