Welcome to our updated listing of our favorite Android apps. The goal here is simple: No matter what kind of app you’re looking for, we’re hoping we have something listed that could help you out. All of the links lead directly back to the Google Play Store, so you can download them immediately and the blocks of categories below can guide you to exactly what type of app you want to find. We’re an app library built to serve you, Androiders. Click on one of the categories and you’ll zip right to one of these great apps. We’ll update this article every few months with some new categories and picks.
We hope you enjoy! If you want to suggest an app (not one that you are paid to promote, please), treat us to a compliment, or troll us mercilessly, use the comments below. (Please don’t troll. That was a joke.)
Updated on 11-02-2015 by Simon Hill: Removed some apps that have been discontinued or decreased in quality, edited existing descriptions, fixed up links, and added nine new awesome apps to the list.
Use these links to jump to your favorite category
- Work and Organizing
- Security and Utilities
- Travel and Maps
- The Dark Arts
- Fitness, Health, Sports
- What’s Around Town
- Social and Chat
- Parenting and Kids Apps
New Apps Added! (October 2015)
Manage all of your podcasts, subscriptions, audio books, radio stations and a whole lot more with this handy app. It has a huge list of features, you can use to discover what’s trending, and it works perfectly.
There are millions of tracks on Deezer, you can make up playlists, find suggestions based on what you usually listen to, or tune in to expert recommendations. There are free and subscription options.
This is a powerful photo editing app that enables you to automatically or manually tune your images to get the perfect look. It’s packed with different filters that you can stack up and it’s easy and fast to use.
The original and best program for creating, editing, and saving your Word documents. There’s also support for Excel and PowerPoint, and the option to share via the OneDrive cloud service.
This keyboard is really accurate, even when you’re typing at speed. It also supports gestures, offers all kinds of customization options, and is packed to the seams with stickers, GIFs, and emoji.
If you really want to lose weight and get in shape then you need to start counting those calories, and this app, from MyFitnessPal, is an easy, accessible, and completely free way to do it.
Snapchat is all about sharing photos, videos, and conversations that expire automatically after they’ve been viewed, but be careful, because people can always take a screenshot.