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Top 10 Android Apps In 2020

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These days, it can be challenging to imagine life without our smartphones. These portable devices are an integral part of our daily routine, allowing us to manage almost every aspect of our lives.

In 2020, you can download an app for virtually every need you have. Read up on the latest news, catch a ride, or buy something online – the options are limitless. Below, we’ve rounded up the top ten Android apps available right now.

Twitter

If you like to stay on top of current trends, then Twitter is the place to be. After the social networking platform launched in 2006, it quickly became famous for its hashtag feature, which is now widely used on the Internet.

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Twitter currently averages around 330 million active users a month, and it’s the ideal platform to get breaking news fresh off the press. You can follow celebrities, content creators, activists, and politicians, or you can search for trending topics.

Netflix

There’s no other online streaming service that comes close to Netflix. The platform features thousands of movies, series and documentaries – many of which are exclusively produced for Netflix.

You can subscribe to the service for a monthly fee which gives you access to its entire library. Keep in mind that specific titles are restricted by location, but you can always use a VPN to get around this.

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Australian users can pay $10.99 for the basic plan, or $15.99 for the standard plan, which offers HD streaming.

eBay

One of the first items that eBay sold was a broken laser pointer, which proves that you can buy and sell anything on the Internet.

Whether you want to sell your old furniture or purchase a brand new mobility scooter, the solution is almost always to use eBay. The app is free to download and very easy to navigate. You can bid on items, sell your unwanted junk, and track orders.

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Spotify

If you want to listen to music on the go, the Spotify app is your best bet. This digital service features music and podcasts from across the globe, along with selected video streams on its top podcasts.

You can access Spotify for free, but an upgrade to Spotify Premium offers a lot of perks, including:

  • Find your favorite songs with the search feature
  • Get personalized recommendations
  • Create custom playlists
  • See what others are listening to
  • Create radio stations

Zombies, Run!

We all know that regular exercise is vital, but sometimes it can be challenging to find the right motivation. Luckily, there’s an app to help you with that – and it’s not what you might think.

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Zombies, Run! talks you through a captivating story about the end of the world. More often than not, you’ll need to run to avoid the horde – but that’s precisely what you wanted, right?

Sleep as Android

If you want to keep track of your sleeping habits, this is the ideal app to download. It’s currently one of the most popular Android sleep tracking apps, and it’s not hard to see why.

Sleep as Android allows you to keep tabs on your sleep, your movements, and whether or not you snore. You can also listen to white noise to help you fall asleep, and your data syncs up with fitness watches and other apps as well.

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WhatsApp

There are dozens of messaging apps on the market, but Whatsapp is the clear favourite. Apart from highly secure data encryption, the app also allows you to customise a multitude of settings. There are also a lot of privacy options available, so you can decide who sees your public information.

On Whatsapp, you can send and receive messages, videos, voice notes, and pictures. It’s also possible to voice or video call other users, and the best part is that it’s all free.

Kindle

Finding and reading your favourite books has never been easier with the Kindle app. You can purchase books directly from the Kindle Store, specifically optimised for Android viewing. Additionally, since it’s all done online, you also receive access to your book immediately.

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The Kindle library consists of over 850,000 titles, which means there’s something for everyone. The app comes with a variety of features to streamline your reading, and you can adjust the size of the font, read in landscape or portrait mode, and save the last page you opened.

Grubhub

Naturally, food delivery apps are a must-have on your smartphone, and Grubhub is our top choice. If you’re ever in the mood for some local cuisine, jump onto the app and search for something to tickle your tastebuds.

Grubhub is a straightforward, easy to use app that integrates seamlessly with each restaurant’s menu options. You can also bookmark your favourite meals for easy reference in the future.

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Uber

If there’s one app that’s always handy to have – it’s Uber. The ridesharing app has over 55 million monthly users, and it makes getting around a whole lot easier.

You can order a ride in minutes, and there are options that let you choose luxury cards with top-rated drivers and large group vehicles. Additionally, unlike traditional taxi services, the app allows you to connect a bank card, which eliminates the need for carrying cash.

Closing Thoughts

Whether you’re on the hunt for a quick food delivery service, trying to connect with loved ones, or searching for a ride – there’s a downloadable app for it. If you’re new to the Android scene and unsure of where to begin looking, our top ten apps can help you make the most of your device.