One of the best things about Android is that it’s always loaded with more apps than you can stomach at any one time. These apps make it easier for users to accomplish tasks, as well as provide entertainment and relief when needed. If you’re looking for the best free Android apps to cut the chase this year, here is a list of some that you might want to install on your device right away.
Google Sky Map
— if you’re looking for the best free Android apps with a stunning look this year, Google Sky Map comes across the board as the best. This application uses your smartphone’s orientation tools to provide an accurate representation of the planets and stars on your screen. Looking for some more fun? Point your device to sky and they’ll tell you what constellations are visible. More so, if Venus happens to be directly above you, or an UFO happens to be sneaking by, Google Sky Map will give you an alert. And that’s not all, the application require you to go outside and sit in the cold during winter so it can work — it works indoors!
— there are several Twitter and Facebook apps available out there on the Play Store. Not to forget, Twitter also decided to launch their own-brand app. But when it comes to best free Android apps 2015 for multiple social capabilities, Hootsuite is definitely a huge consideration. This application allows multiple accounts, offers a homepage widget displaying the latest tweets, and more so features an absolutely awesome design.
— this is the social media favorite app Foursquare, which is now represented in the form of a stunning Android app. This Google application easily offers one-click check-ins, and integrated Maps for a smooth Google-branded experience. More so, you get homepage shortcut options for all your favorite places.
WordPress for Android
— if you’ve ever used WordPress to publish something, then you’ll easily understand why this one makes it to our list of best free Android apps 2015. This application was created independently by wpToGo, but WordPress liked it so much they decided to buy it and hire it’s developer to engineer it in-house. You get a wealth of features with this lovely free app, with the latest version offering complete integration with other applications. This gives you the go ahead to spin content and send it directly to the app for easy updating. The image insertion aspect isn’t great for now, but I’m sure they’re working around the clock to make it better.
— you probably heard about this one a decade ago, but it’s now back with excellent updates. Ideally, it’s one of the best free Android apps you can get this year, and there are good reasons for that. You can easily sync with iTunes, Mac and a number of other music streaming options. You also get new release lists and Shoutcast integration for radio support. All the same, it’s a superb free media player.