One of the best note-taking apps available for Android, Evernote lets you write notes and checklists, attach Office documents, PDFs and photos, and discuss notes with other users without leaving the app. Notes can be synchronised across all the user’s computers and devices. The app is free for up to 60MB of storage and includes ads, but users can upgrade to Plus or Premium for an annual fee of £19.99 or £34.99 respectively.
19. Google Photos
Google Photos will likely come pre-installed with future versions of Android, but for now, you still have to download it from Google Play. The app organises all the photos on your phone to make them searchable by the people, places and things that appear in them. It also automatically creates montage movies, interactive stories, collages and animations, and provides automatic backup.
18.AVG Antivirus Security
AVG AntiVirus Security is one of the best free security apps for Android, including easy-to-use virus and malware protection, a real-time app scanner, phone locator, task killer, app lock and local device wipe to help shield you from threats to your privacy and online identity. Other paid apps have more advanced security features, but if you’re just looking for a base level of protection, this is a good bet.
IMDb, the world’s largest collection of film, TV and celebrity information, is a must-have app for film buffs. The app provides access to IMDb’s massive database of information about almost every movie and TV show ever made, including who was in it, who made it, the plot, user ratings, trailers, photos, reviews, quotes, goofs, trivia and more.
16. Candy Crush Saga
The hugely addictive puzzle game, Candy Crush Saga, is still a favourite among Android users, allowing you to move up through levels by matching up combinations of coloured sweets. A great app for killing time on the bus or the train. Candy Crush Saga is free to play but some in-game items such as extra moves or lives require payment.