Welcome ladies and gentlemen! Here are 8 Android & iOS must have apps for daily use. None of the apps are sponsored or in other words have paid me to include them in this video. I genuinely think all these apps are amazing. That’s not matter how many downloads they have. All the apps here listed are free. Anyways let’s star with music app.
Shazam app recognising a song in a noisy environment, and proceeding to find a match for it among the millions of songs in its servers database. After opening this app, you will see a big Shazam logo in front. This app will tell you the name of the song playing around you as soon as you click on Shazam’s logo. You can directly install this app from Play Store or App Store.
7. Google Lens
Google is released Google Lens into every Android phone & iOS phone. Google lens analyse photo for you and show you some relevant information. So this is not where it ends, there are a numbers of things that you can do with this feature. Google has promised that there will be more coming in future. Once you click a picture of any product it will find all the information to it. There will be also details and links from where you can buy it. Right now Google Lens is available for the Google Photos app and Google Assistant.
6. Microsoft To Do
Microsoft To Do is Tasks Management app which is available on Android & iOS both platform. The app is also available on Windows Phone and Windows 10 Operating System. Microsoft To Do app makes managing your list super simple. In this app you can create a shopping list, grocery list or list of task you working in the office. You can add due date in task, set reminder or you are also able to attach a file.
5. Google Drive
Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service created by Google. It allows users to store files in cloud, synchronize files across devices, and share files. Google gives you 15 GB of free cloud storage. You can upload files or whole folder on Google Drive and you can also create a new documents file on Google Drive. Google Drive is available on Android, iOS, Windows PC & Web.
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4. Microsoft Office Lens
Microsoft Office Lens, one of the most popular document scanner and OCR app. App uses the phone’s camera to take a picture of your documents, crop, edit and create PDF and easily share it. It also allows you to take pictures on whiteboards and photos and convert hem into a OneNote, document or a Word Document. This app is available on Android and iOS both platform.
3. Microsoft OneNote
Microsoft OneNote is the most powerful note-taking software. It is digital note-taking tool that automatically syncs and saves your notes, so you can access them anywhere whether you’re on your phone whether you’re on our PC or whether you’re on any type of device that has access to the web.
Snapseed is a very good photo editing app you can use on your phone. It is the most robust feature rich app. It has selectively customized controls and controlling HDR escapes for crying out loud. Snapseed is by far the best photo editing app out there at least according to and I’m sure a lot of you guys will share the same opinion.
1. Microsoft Office All-in-One
Microsoft Office All-in-One app is combined version of MS Word, Excel & Power Point. Now you can directly view or edit word, excel and power point document using only one Microsoft Office All-In-One app. The app is currently in development mode. You can install beta from Google Play Store on android and using Testflight app on iOS. We will post it’s download link when it is globally available for all users.
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