Efficient free apps for your Android device

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 When it comes to apps, there are thousands of options you can choose from, and picking the right one can be a nerve-racking task. Of course you want the best apps Google Play has to offer, but even with the categories they put at your disposal, it can still be both confusing and time consuming. Here is a list of free apps to hopefully help make your downloading decision easier in the future.

  1. Spotify

Spotify is one of the best music streaming services there is. Although this used to be an exclusively paid app, it has recently been updated so that everyone can use it. Paying users still get the best deal, but you can also shuffle playlists and listen to the radio for free. One of the good things about this app is that it has an incredibly vast catalogue to choose from and it is nearly impossible for you not to find your favorite tunes.

  1. VLC

Initially only available for desktop computers, VLC is a media player who has three playback options: you can watch videos or stream them online, and you can also listen to music. If you ever had trouble playing a certain media file, then your search is over. VLC for Android is surprisingly user friendly and with all these new features which make it extremely versatile, it is definitely a winner.

  1. Lifesum

Lifesum is one of the top health and fitness apps in the world. And since we all know how hard keeping a diet or a strict exercise schedule can be this app is a great fit for everyone. The great thing about it is that it personalizes a “get in shape” plan for each user, based on their height, age and current weight, in order for them to achieve their fitness goals. Lifesum gives useful advice on caloric intake, diets and ways to exercise, which makes it both user friendly and helpful.

  1. SwiftKey Keyboard

One of the most time saving apps out there, SwiftKey Keyboard specializes in trying to learn your typing “habits” and then anticipating your next word or phrase. It is like a completely not annoying autocorrect. The app is multilingual as it supports up to 60 languages, and you can actually work with up to three languages at a time. Although it was initially designed only for paying users, you can now enjoy it for free.

  1. Evernote

Evernote is the most complex and flexible note taking apps. It is the place where you can write down your ideas and access them anywhere, as this app syncs across all your devices. The best thing about it is that it also allows you to write to-do lists, record reminders and even take photos, so Evernote is a great way to organize both your thoughts and your schedule.

No matter if you are looking for some tunes, trying to get a video to play, doing your best to keep in shape or just wanting to get a bit more organized, now you know which are the best apps to help you out.