The best Android apps to download in 2019
The problem is this: there are too many, even with categories, publisher’s choice, selections, best seller, best paid, and best free.
Deciding which applications to download and install on your phone, or Android tablet, can be a tricky task, but we’re here to help, with a tempting menu that combines a solid core of applications that everyone should have with a few lesser-known applications that you might want to try.
A few days after Apple, it’s Google’s turn to unveil its list of the best apps of the year.
The company has posted its traditional “Best of” page on the Play Store, featuring the 2019 winners. However, unlike Apple, Google’s results differ by country.
On the Play Store homepage, Google reveals its list of the best Android applications of the year.
Sybel wins the first title
In France, it is a French application that wins the first title this year. Sybel, a podcast discovery application with an interface reminiscent of Netflix, is crowned best application. The company offers various original content such as series, fiction and audio documentaries.
In the United States, the Ablo messaging service won the award for best application. It allows you to chat with strangers from all over the world.
As every year, Google has also set up a user award. The Video Editor – Glitch Video Effects application, which allows users to add fun filters to their recordings, such as a VHS imitation, comes out on top. The users’ favorite game is Call of Duty Mobile.
In some categories, Google preferred to list several winners
Best entertainment applications :
– Enlight Pixaloop: a software capable of animating photos to create fun renderings
– Concepts: a drawing application
– 21 Buttons: an application to buy what your favorite influencers are wearing
Better everyday applications :
– Boosted: an application for better time management
– Appy Weather: an assistant to check the weather forecast
– Mubert: a streaming application that creates custom music
Best discoveries :
– MashApp: a social network where we send jokes to each other
– Morphin: a GIF creator who offers special effects
– Big Bang AR: an impressive application that uses augmented reality to bring the big bang to life
– Ruff: an ultra-simplified text editor to help you concentrate
– MelodyVR: 360-degree concerts
Best personal development applications :
– Smarter: mini-games to strengthen your brain
– Scripts by Drops: to learn how to write new languages
– Yoga for Beginners: Yoga classes on demand
– SleepTown: a fun application to sleep more
– Calm – Meditate, Sleep, Relax: a meditation application