There are a lots of android apps in the play store. Most of the applications are productive and best at their place. However below listed are the best apps that can be used to make a difference.
Certainly, there are some differentiators between them – such as the extent to which you can synchronize your browsing between desktop and smartphone, the ability to enhance the experience with add-ons, and whether it still supports the antiquated Flash. However, the general experience is largely the same between them and they all follow a familiar path in terms of how it plugs you into the Internet. Link Bubble, on the other hand, does bring something a little different to the table.
In link bubble if we click on a link in any application like Facebook and Twitter, a bubble appears and opens the link for you, after completion bubble stops notifying the link is ready to read. This makes easier to view any links without exiting the application that is being used.
Bubbles for browsing, bubbles for translating, bubbles for every occasion. Yes, bubbles seem to be the in-thing on Android at the moment, as developers seek new ways to help you do things without being obtrusive.
With that in mind, Copy Bubble is the latest bubblicious app designed to deliver easy access to your clipboard at all times.
Once you launch the app, you’ll see a movable bubble on your screen with a ’0′ in it. Each time you copy something, be it text or an image, this number will rise accordingly.
Tap on the bubble, and you’ll see your copy history in a time-ordered list. From within this, you can delete an item, share it (e.g. to email, Facebook, Dropbox), or copy it again to paste into another application.
It really is that simple, and it works like a charm. The only thing I’d really say is that it could do with an easier way of closing the bubble from your screen – there doesn’t seem to be ‘long-press to terminate’ feature. You have to physically close the app down from your system (e.g long-pressing your phone’s home-button and swiping it away).
WordLookup is an Android app that can offer you that same convenient and omnipresent dictionary. The one restriction when using the app is whether or not the text will be available for long-press selection — as not every app allows this.
If you have accessibility options enabled, you may be asked which text-to-speech engine you want to use the first time you look up a word.
The app, which has been one of the best-selling paid apps in Google Play since its launch in 2012, was previously $3.99.
The change is a significant shift for the company, which has always charged for its app. Now, Swiftkey is taking the freemium route; the app is free to download, but users can pay to purchase new themes for their keyboard.
Timehop co-founder and CEO Jonathan Wegener said in an interview that the new funding will be used to add more employees to its 10 person staff to support Timehop’s growth. Timehop currently has more than 3 million people opening the app daily across iOS and Android, Wegener said, pointing out that more people read Timehop each day than read USA Today or the New York Times.