While January was a little lackluster when it comes to Android launches, due to the New Year mostly, February was a great month for the Google-created platform, and in this article we are going to focus on some of the best tools for Android launched in the past month.
This application allows you to view an interactive map of any city and share your opinions about museums, restaurants and any other location. You can even create a small trip with friends and plan it accordingly.
The main purpose of this app is to help you share information between Android and PC. It communicates with the desktop app and it allows you to share/report any content seamlessly, very fast.
Lumific enables you to access a photo gallery for all of your images and the best part about it is that you can easily delete any duplicates, if there are any available.
With this app, you can add annotations to images and share the pictures with your friends, which is surely a nice, interesting premise for the app to say the least.
These apps are targeted mainly towards helping you become a better and more productive person, which is surely an amazing thing.
Talkspace is an useful app mainly because it allows you to get in touch immediately with a license therapist and talk at any given time, without restriction. There is a monthly fee in order to access the services, but if you need counseling, it’s a well worth investment.
Line allows you to connect with your business customers and friends at any given time, through a very interesting and exciting interface. You can even engage in one on one discussions and share content with ease.
iAnnotate comes with a neat idea, you can browse all PDF files without restriction and the neat thing is that you can also annotate the content at any given time, which surely adds a lot of depth to the app!
This tool is a 3D venues map that allows you to receive the directions needed towards a certain region or venue. It will even provide you with some alternative routes, which is really cool.
Oneminute will ask you to take images at any given time during the day, whenever the app wants. It’s a very interesting albeit a little demanding service, but you can share the result, which is really cool.
This concludes our list with the Top 10 Android apps for February! All these apps are very interesting and filled with a ton of new features and concepts, so you can rest assured that using them will surely help you a lot in the long run. Do these apps work for you, or you have some suggestions in regards to the Top 10 Android apps for February? Let us know in the comments section!