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You probably use plenty of apps on your Android smartphone. Though, your phone almost certainly came with some pre-installed Android apps like Google Maps, Drive, Google Keep, newsstand and Gmail.
Honestly, you may think that you have too many Google apps. But you’re wrong, these apps that came pre-installed on your device are just the tip of the Google app empire. Google develops lots of apps beyond what comes with your phone. Some are good, some are bad, and some are surprisingly most productive and useful to get your job/work done. Here are few of our favourite Google and third-party apps that you won’t find already on your phone.
Here’s the list of most productive and useful Google apps
Inbox by Gmail:
The official Gmail app is pretty good, but Inbox by Gmail might be better. In typical Google fashion, Inbox by Gmail is designed to “change the way you do email,” especially if you are in a profession that you have to deal with sending and receiving plenty of e-mails, you will definitely find it as an amazingly useful app. It attempts to do this (and mostly succeeds) by incorporating a slew of handy features you definitely won’t get in any other email app.
Unique features of Inbox by Gmail app:-
With Inbox by Gmail, you can do things like “snooze” messages for later (they’ll disappear from your inbox and reappear at a set time or when you enter a specific area), organize messages into bundles, and add reminders to your inbox. The app also makes a better effort to auto-organize your messages by consolidating things like travel reservations and purchases. Inbox by Gmail isn’t for everyone, but it’s worth a look.
Google Opinion Rewards:
Seriously, there’s no good reason not to have the Google Opinion Rewards app on your phone. This lightweight survey app is unobtrusive; it just sits in the background until Google has a survey for your demographic.
well, this is one of my favourite Google apps, especially for its Indian local language handwriting input (the app now supports handwriting input for 93 different languages) because it’s much easier to identify stylized kanji when you can just write them down. And the app has just gotten better and better.
Useful features of Google translate:-
Google Translate now supports 103 languages and multiple forms of input—including the ability to translate text instantly via your phone’s camera. The instant camera mode (courtesy of Google’s 2014 acquisition of Word Lens) lets you point your camera at any written text (in 30 languages) and see the words translated before your eyes.
Snapseed is another amazing Android app by Google for photo editing and mobile photography lovers. It has everything you could possibly want in a photo-editing app. It’s got tons of features (including the ability to “stack” different edits and create your own Instagram-like filter).
If you travel a lot (or at all) and you also use Gmail as your primary “travelling” email account, you’ll find the recently-launched Google Trips app surprisingly useful. Google Trips combines multiple travel-friendly features in a single app.
If you’re an Android user, so you’re probably a pro when it comes to alternative keyboard apps. But Google’s keyboard app, Gboard, has something other keyboard apps do not: Google search. Which makes sense, because Google’s biggest strength is, well, search.
Useful features of Gboard:-
In addition to search, Gboard has a lot of other features for you to play with: Glide-typing, the ability to modify/customize (or turn off) auto-correct, voice input, and even a built-in Google Translate module that translates your text in real-time so you can carry on long and probably confusing conversations with people who speak a different language.
There’s also built-in GIF searching, predictive typing (when you’re texting and when you’re searching), and plenty of free themes and customization options. And it’s getting better all the time.
The most productive and useful Android apps:
Cometdocs PDF to Word converter:
If you have to often work with different types of file formats, Cometdocs is worth a look. Cometdocs is an app developer, has been developing productivity mobile apps for years now. Its PDF to Word converter app enables you to easily convert PDF files on the go and increase your productivity.
Features of Cometdocs PDF to Word converter:-
- Beside files from your phone, you can convert your files directly from Gmail, Drive, Dropbox, Box, and OneDrive.
- Conversions are improved once again.
- Add multiple files or even folders for batch conversion.
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