The best secret Android apps of 2018
The best secret Android apps of 2018
Welcome to my top best secret Android apps of 2018. Hidden gems on the Play Store. Many of which are pretty unlikely to have heard These are some of the coolest, secrets, and best Android apps we have ever seen in 2018. Which includes productivity, Arts, photography and More. So let’s begin.
one-one-one-one is my favorite kind of application. Very simple but also solving a very real problem. Nearly everything you do on the Internet starts with a DNS request. This is basically your device asking where can I find what is being searched for. Well one tap on this apps switches into the standard public DNS to a faster and supposedly more secure private DNS.
- Typing Hero
With less than that 10,000 downloads typing hero is probably the best embodiment of a hidden gem. It allows you to input a keyboard shortcut and then the text that will appear when the shortcut is entered. Hence, the best part here is you don’t need to tap anything extra on your keyboard. The second time you enter all the characters you need the full word appears and even adds a space afterward. So you can carry on typing without needing to press that.
- Power Shade
Suppose in front of you i have a Huawei Mate 20 pro. But you might be able to tell the notification bar is stock Android. How did I do that? well this is due to an application called power shade. Which replaces your notification bar with something that. I think is much cleaner and definitely more customizable. You can change the position and color of pretty much every element. you can also see and add a whole load that you wouldn’t be able to do on a stock option.
Download from APK Mirror Not available on play store.
- Lock screen
This next one doesn’t need much of an explanation. It is an application you can install and it’ll just sit on your home screen and when you tap it will lock your phone. This is, of course, useful if your power button is broken. Not only that but also if you have one of these bulky unwieldy phones. kind of allows you to change where you need to press to turn your phone off.
For those of you who see the smartphone camera as more of a toy than a tool. You can’t go wrong with MixV. and the app is basically made because of its filters and these aren’t ordinary kinds of filters. these are almost interactive video filters. For examples snow or rain that can be stopped when you put your palms or reflective video that can create. kaleidoscope kind of effects with your environment. Even a fun term mode where it captures a static version of you but then also a version that can move around within the frame.
Cartogram is an app that I’d say has done the rounds a little bit more than some of the others in this list. But nonetheless, I’ve never covered it before on my website. It gives you an artistic visualization of the world map but the ability to pick a whole number of different ways to display it. Finally, you can zoom in and also you can zoom out now. You just find a frame you like the look of and capture it and set it as your wallpaper.
- Quick Lyric
Quick lyric pays attention to whatever song is playing from your phone. Whether that’s through Spotify, YouTube premium, SoundCloud or other services and gives you real-time lyrics. It also has the option for a pop-up kind of like a facebook chat bubble. Which you can just click on to check the lyrics any one point in time and then minimize it.
A growing number of people have started talking about is how apps like Facebook and Twitter take far more permissions than they actually need and that people avoid. They’re constantly monitoring them. so this app bouncer essentially revokes all permissions and allows you to grant them temporarily to an app. So when you boot it up for the first time it goes through every single app you’ve got and revokes any permissions. Any access to your microphone your phone reading your contacts and so on. The app is worth and when an app needs them in the future it’ll grant the permission temporarily but also stop it when you don’t need it anymore. Which also saves battery.
Unnotification is your 21st century equivalent of time travel. It allows you to have a notification. For example, someone sends you a text message and then say for example you accidentally swipe it away. With one tap you recover it and this option to recover you can set a time limit on I think I’ve set mine into about five seconds and then it just disappears.
- Charging Theft Alarm
say for example you’re charging your smartphone in a public place. But you know you want to make sure that no one picks it up. Well, this app lets you set a passcode and if someone then unauthorized takes your phone away. It’ll blare like a siren with full sound.
First up we’ve got Morphin where you take a photo of yourself to scroll through a series of gifts. You can find your favorite and then the app will superimpose your face onto the face of whoever is in that gif. Definitely, it works a lot better than I was expecting. You could become Leonardo DiCaprio or even the next Spider-Man.
So these are the top best secret Android apps of 2018. I hope you like this article. If you know any best secret apps then let us know them in the comment section below. As always thanks for reading my post. Catch you in the next one.