5 Exciting Android Apps Of February 2016

5 Exciting Android Apps Of February 2016 on The Apps Depot Blog

When it comes to the development of new apps for Android, the process never stops. Today, we’re lucky to have access to a variety of applications that make our smartphone and tablet experience a lot more exciting and engaging. 

With an enormous number of apps appearing every week, it’s quite difficult to narrow down the list to just several options, but here are five excellent free apps of this past February.

Hub Keyboard Preview 

Hub Keyboard

This keyboard application developed by the Microsoft Garage Project allows the users to make their process of typing even more convenient.

The Hub Keyboard Preview enables you to type everything in one application without having to open other apps for every task. The app features the buttons that can be used to access contact names and numbers, so you don’t need to stop everything to search for them. 

The application includes a translation function, Office 360 support, and a clipboard. While some aspects of the app can definitely be improved, but it has a lot of potential.

Sprightly

Sprightly app

This app, which was also created by the developers of the Microsoft Garage Project, can be used for creating content for yourself or your business. The app can be successfully used to design all kinds of flyers, e-card reminders, price lists, and other material, which is essential to promoting your business. The users of Sprightly can share the created content with other clients and friends on Facebook and WhatsApp.

MyShake

MyShake app

This application called MyShake was developed with the intention of helping people assess the situation in case there is a risk of an earthquake. The app is used to detect vibrations and inform you about how powerful they are. 

MyShake can be highly valuable whether you live in the area prone to earthquakes, or you plan on traveling there. The primary function of the application is to measure the vibrations, but it also includes safety tips that may be useful to you. 

Foodie

Foodie app

If you like taking pictures of your meals for Instagram, a blog, or you’re a professional working in the food industry, and you want to make your creations look perfect in photos, this app is just what you need. 

Foodie is a camera app that includes approximately two dozen various filters that can make your food look even more appetizing. We've covered this app earlier and it is definitely worth trying if you want to bring the art of food pictures to the next level.

Promo Codes

Promo Codes app

This interesting app can be useful and fun for both developers and consumers. The Promo Codes application can be an excellent tool for the developers to make their apps more known among the customers by providing promo codes. 

All that consumers have to do is install the app and check their phone every 12 hours to see if they’ve won a promo code. The codes can give you different bonuses from getting an app for free to an opportunity to win in-app purchases within the Promo Codes app. It’s definitely an exciting way to explore new apps and possibly win something.

It’s all about finding something that works for you

All the mentioned applications work well, so they will certainly be useful to you if you want to make the most of your Android tablet or smartphone. 

While some apps, such as MyShake and Foodie, are aimed at a more specific target audience, other apps can definitely be interesting to a wide variety of users. 

Hub Keyboard Preview is a perfect tool for when you have to type a lot, and you don’t want to waste even a minute of your time. 

Sprightly is excellent for the mid-size and small business customers who prefer working with the Android devices while Promo Codes gives you a great chance to discover new apps in the most entertaining manner. 

What's you opinion about these apps? Share it in the comments!

Ryan Stone

@freepps

Tech junkie, grilled haloumi devourer, cat owner @freepps_top

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    Johny
    1 year ago
    I just wonder about the earthquake app really works, or is it fake for your application to be popular?
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    Ana
    1 year ago
    I think foodie is the most necessary application. The other ones can't be used in everyday life by a wide range of people.
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    mick
    1 year ago
    Wow! This is really the most useful and the best applications for mobile. Thank you for showing them! I will begin to download them now!
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