This is the time where I show off 10 amazing apps, and I guarantee that you install at least one of them and even though there are various top android app articles out there on the internet but my app list is one of the best out there. I mean, I stand out from the competition by showing apps that aren’t popular newly released apps keeping my list mostly free to download.
Moving on to the apps, the first one is CLEAN FOX. This is for anyone who receives way too much spam in their inbox. It connects to your email account, and in tinder like fashion, you can quickly delete newsletters, spam, or any advertising emails. Just swipe left to auto-delete, swipe right to keep them, or swipe up to delete the current emails in your inbox. The experience is quite playful and straightforward. You can also just switch the list view and delete multiple newsletters and batches.
I’ve deleted over 33000 emails very quickly, and it feels great not just because I’m freeing up some space in my inbox but because I’m also helping the environment that’s right by cleaning my inbox. I’m avoiding 335 kilograms per year of emission of CO2 in the air. Since storing large amounts of emails is causing the increase of data centers which are largely based on fossil fuels, to put in a bigger perspective, if all my subscribers delete just 100 emails, it’ll avoid the emissions of around 453 tons of CO2 per year. I mean that’s an insane amount that’s equivalent to 60 return flights from London to Sydney with one return flight emitting around 7.59 tons of CO2. So, I challenge you to download clean fox and start deleting those nasty emails so you can lower your carbon footprint.
BLUETOOTH AUDIO DEVICE WIDGET
Want to connect to a Bluetooth device? Such as your speaker or headphones, it’s a long process to connect to it unless the device has an automatic connection. You’ll need to go into the settings, jump into various menus, and tap on your desired Bluetooth device just to connect to it with Bluetooth audio device widget. You no longer need to go through that long hassle because you can just place a widget on your home screen that will automatically connect to your desired Bluetooth device by just tapping on it.
For example, every single time I want to connect to my Megaboom 3 Bluetooth speaker, I just tap on this widget, and my phone connects to it when I’m done listening to music. I can tap on the widget again to disconnect the app even lets you automatically play music after connected to a Bluetooth device. You can set a specific volume level after a connection is made or even enable a quick setting tile for a device.
Personal DNS filter
Not a bad way to save you a few extra taps. Nowadays, you have plenty of options for blocking ads on your android, but the easiest way is to use an app that supports a DNS filter proxy and doesn’t require roots. I recently discovered a personal DNS filter from the play store, and it literally does that. Just by allowing you to make a VPN connection and making sure the enable blocking is checked, the app will lock unwanted scripts so you won’t see any ads, malware, or any tracking within all of your apps or websites.
It’s that simple, and you can even whitelist any of your apps so you can support your developers and only block apps or websites that have intrusive ads. It’s free in the play store, and I’m not sure how much longer it’s going to be up there, but I definitely recommend you check it out.
Prism for KLWP
Next up, I wanted to show off an app that could take your home screen to the next level it’s called PRISM for KLWP, and it comes with various home screen setup presets that you can easily enable. You just need to make sure to have two extra apps installed KLWP live wallpaper maker and live wallpaper pro key. I also recommend you use a third-party launcher like nova launcher since you need to have nothing on your home screen including a dock the setups found within prism are absolutely insane not just because they look pretty but because most of them have animating cards customization options straight from the home screen such as changing the color scheme modifying certain objects changing the animation speed etc. and honestly when enabling any of these themes it feels like you have a different launcher installed.
For example, the grippy delight theme feels like you’re within iOS it has a control panel off to the left-most screen to bring up your music player weather calendar and settings tools two of my favorite themes are afterglow things and dream cards afterglow things keeps it organized and simple by separating everything into cards and you can tap on individual cards to expand them dream cards, on the other hand, is a lot more minimal you have a dock at the bottom where you can place any apps you’d like and the panel up top switches between the weather music player and customization cards. I definitely recommend you to check, if you want to spice up your home screen. The app does cost a dollar and 20 cents.
Few days if you care about your privacy and want a browser that is focused on that, Vivaldi browser is one of my new favorites. It debuted on the play store just a few months ago, and it comes packed with encrypted sync between devices that needed protection against trackers and ads, a dark mode that is force enabled on all websites, and a very customizable interface. I personally love the tab bar at the top since it makes it really easy to see all of your tabs. You can even switch between your tabs by swiping on the toolbar, and the browser itself feels very snappy.
I had no problem scrolling through large web pages or opening new links. It comes with a ton of extra unique features such as the option to screen capture a web page, so you don’t screenshot the entire screen, you can clone tabs, the option to clear all of your browsing data immediately after closing the app. The option to prevent web etc. IP leaks and even have an in-browser game that you can play, which is actually not that bad, so if you’re tired of using google chrome, give it a shot finally.
Mark – Auto Screenshot Deleter
I’m about to solve a problem that you probably didn’t even know. You had whenever you take a screenshot and share it, you most likely forget to delete it afterward, especially within android 11. Since you no longer receive screenshot notifications, thereby filling your photos app with a bunch of random screenshots that you’ll never want to look at again. So, with an app called a mark, it will automatically delete the screenshot after a set amount of time.
The way this works is when I take a screenshot, I’ll receive a banner notification that asked me if I may want to delete the screenshot after a minute. If I type yes, the screenshot that I just took will disappear from my gallery after a minute. I can even modify the delete timing within the app itself it’s completely free, so it wouldn’t hurt to give it a shot. Just keep in mind that I did have trouble making it run on some of my phones, but I did get to work on my OnePlus and Samsung devices.
Doors Origins is a beautiful 3d graphic puzzle game. Playing it was extremely satisfying. Every level has a door place on a small circular platform, and the objective is to get it open so you can move on to the next level.
To do this, you’re moving the platform around and tapping or swiping on random objects that could give you items or clues as to what to do next. Sometimes you’ll find keys that will unlock random things on the door.
Donut County ($4.99)
Other times you’re playing with gears or turning a knob, it’s really random but exciting to see what happens when you complete a task it’s also very awesome how each door is unique, so you never have any repetitive gameplay. Give it a shot if you want to play something satisfying. Next, we have donut county costing 4.99. I decided to purchase it since the gameplay looked fun and unique.
Basically, you have to play as a whole, which I know may sound weird, but it’s satisfying since it’ll suck anything into it that fits, and every time you swallow something, the hole will get bigger and bigger up until there’s nothing else you can swallow you’ll eventually be able to devour entire mountains or houses it’s pretty mesmerizing the game is also story-based with raccoons being the ones who control the holes and we get to see everyone who fell into the hole talk about their experience and try to figure out what happened.
The Bonfire 2 (FREE/$4.99
I remember playing the original bonfire last year and that was one of the best games that I had ever played on android so when I saw that they released the sequel I got very excited it’s a survival simulation where you have to make crucial decisions to grow your village and keep it alive at first the buildings you construct and things you craft will be used for your basic survival needs such as a bonfire or huts for your villagers to live in fishing dock carpenters workshop etc.
But as the days go on there will be plenty more characters to interact with monsters that you’ll need to fight a lot more cool stuff to craft and you’ll be able to expand your territory even voyaging to different islands it’s pretty addicting since every passing day provides something new and now with version 2 the landscape is a lot bigger and you’ll have a ton more gameplay just remember that the game will only let you play for 10 in-game days for free before you have to pay five dollars to unlock the rest of the title.
Golf in 60 Seconds
Last but not least, golf in 60 seconds is a golf game with a twist just like every other golf game. You need to put the ball into the hole so you can move on to the next stage. However, in this game, every level only gives you 60 seconds to do it, plus you have to make it into the hole multiple times to meet the minimum score requirements so you can move to the next level. The first few levels are easy, but of course, as you progress, they start to get harder and harder.
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