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5 of the best FREE Android apps currently in the Play Store

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The huge quantity of apps in the Play Store made us spoilt when it comes to finding the right one. However, it doesn’t mean they are all of quality. So, instead of installing duff apps, hear us out today – and get to know 5 of the best apps in the Play Store at the moment.

  1. Periscope

Whether it’s a sunset in Cancun, or a rush hour in NY, Periscope makes you view live streams from many places on Earth. It is a Twitter app – and needless to say about its quality. What is important is that you can comment and watch other people’s live streams or create your own! One thing is certain – with Periscope, you’ll never miss any action abroad.

  1. Spotify

If you love Netflix for your favorite TV shows, there is an app for that – featuring music and only music. Spotify has rocked the charts pretty quick and has definitely been a life-saver for music enthusiasts. With Spotify, you can listen to popular podcasts no matter where you are. Also, you can download songs for offline listening. If you want to get rid of the apps, you can also just go Spotify Premium and enjoy to the maximum.

  1. Evernote

Evernote is one of the best notebook apps the community has ever seen. You can stash and sync all your notes, voice memos and files -and keep them locked in your phone. And not just your phone…With Evernote, you can also integrate your scribbles on your desktop computer and be up-to-date in every moment, having all at your fingertips!

  1. Google Hangouts

Hangouts is not just an ordinary messaging app..It is an app that works amazingly well in formal situations and meetings. Starting a team video conversation or maybe a conversation including messages, photos, GIFs and more has never been easier. Also, Hangouts lets you connect your Google Voice account and integrates your phone number, SMS and voice mail features all in one – being one of the greatest productivity tools we have seen so far.

  1. Pushbullet

Pushbullet has created a bridge to connect your phone to your desktop computer or laptop. Without searching for a desktop option in every single app you download, you can go the easy way and install Pushbullet.

Reading your messages and phone’s notifications without unlocking it every now and then is the main idea behind this amazing app. What’s more, files can also be sent to your phone with a few clicks. The email integration with the amazing link sharing features is a bonus!

Google’s Play Store is full of apps created so we have e better living digitally. Integration and user-centric design have always been the primary focus – and we can undoubtedly say that with such apps as the ones listed above, our lives don’t need to be so complicated anymore.