Featured: Top 10 Android Apps For April 2015

Peership

Peership is basically a community driven shipping service. The app helps you find people in your local area who are willing to ship smaller items for you for a set fee, all handled through a Facebook link.

Yerdle

Think of Yerdle like a garage sale for your phone. Create posts and upload pics of old items you want to get rid of, whether it be an old jacket that no longer fits, some dishware you'll never use or even an old set of books. Buyers pay for shipping which sticks to a low flat rate between $4 - $6, and once you get your prepaid shipping label from Yerdel you can send off the items.

Office Remote for Android

This should be pretty self explanatory, it's a remote app for Microsoft Office allowing you to manipulate files, documents, and presentations using your phone. It's compatible with Excel, Word and PowerPoint with a handy set of features tailored to each app.

Android For Work App

This is Google's home-grown solution for separating your work and personal data if you use your Android device for work. If you or your company uses stock Android devices for work purposes, this app is likely a must have solution to help streamline the over all user experience, and help keep work data secure by isolating it and encrypting it.

Mindly

Some people learn and brainstorm better visually, and that's where Mindly can help. It lets you create visual thought clouds of your best ideas, and can help you organize them all in just the right way to help you plan projects or prepare for upcoming tasks for school or for work. It even features the capability to sync with Dropbox so all your stuff is backed up.

Freshfeed

Freshfeed is a way to discover new and relevant content based on your interests. Once you configure your interests, you'll get a helping of new and relevant content served up every time you open up the app. It was built to work quickly and learn your interests over time so it can continually add new content for you, and when you stumble upon something you really love you can share that content with friends.

Do - Task List and To-Do Lists

There's certainly no shortage of task lists and to-do lists on Android, but seeing as how this one features a nice sleek material design style UI and actually offers up some decent functionality it seemed like a fitting app for the list. You can save images and audio notes and store your entries in the cloud so you can access them from multiple devices, which is perfect for anyone who bounces between a phone and a tablet.

Hello - CallerID & Blocking

This is Facebook's version of a dialer application. It focuses on the features of CallerID and blocking unwanted numbers, but it is a full-fledged dialer as well. It blends information from your contacts list and your Facebook friends list so you can stay in touch easily, and since the calls run through messenger the calls are free, kinda like with whatsapp or hangouts.

Gramophone Music Player

A simple yet stylish looking local music player application that lets you listen to your music that's stored on your devices internal drive. It integrates with Last.fm so it can apply extra details about the artists that you're listening to, and you can play stuff from the homescreen or the lockscreen thanks to the widget and lockscreen controls.

Google Handwriting Input

Rounding out the list is another self explanatory application here. This is just a different input for your device that replaces the typing on the keyboard with the ability to handwrite your text in any text box. It supports 82 different languages and works across devices too.

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