5 Cool Android Apps to try: March 2017

Best Android Apps to try- March 2017
Best Android Apps to try- March 2017


The Google Play Store is filled with tons of different apps. However, most of these apps are either rip-offs or are just plain boring. In the ocean of millions of apps, it is very hard to know about each interesting app. That is why we have gathered 5 Apps that serve different purposes and will definitely grab your attention.

Note that these apps are our best picks for this month and are not new launches. So, without further ado, let’s begin our App Hunt.

5 Must Have Android Apps

1. Duolingo:

Duolingo is probably one of the most famous apps available on the Play Store and has been voted as the Google Play’s Editor’s Choice App. For the uninitiated, Duolingo is a language learning app and helps you learn a new language.

You can learn Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Irish, Danish, Swedish, Russian, Ukrainian, Esperanto, Polish, Turkish and English through this app. The best part about this app is that it doesn’t dump information on you at once, instead, tailors the information and caters it to you through mini-games and such.

The app claims that ‘4 hours of Duolingo are equivalent to a semester of university-level education’. We have tried the app and it is effective. So if you are looking to learn a new language, this is what you’ve been looking for. Buena Suerte!

Download Here: Google Play

2. Google Duo:

Google launched ‘Google Duo’ with one intention, to provide high-quality video quality experience without any hassle, and we can all agree that they were successful. This app is incredibly simple to use and connects you to your loved one with any fuss.

What caught the world’s attention was it’s ‘Knock Knock’ feature, which lets you see the Caller’s live preview before you pick the call. The app performed consistently when we tried it out. Cross platform supports allows you to make video calls between Android and iOS devices.

Download Here: Google Play

3. GlassWire:

It can be pretty frustrating when an app is hogging up all your mobile data and you can’t seem to find what app it is. That is where GlassWire comes in. This app lets you keep track of your Mobile and WiFi data usage and helps you identify the app that is munching away your data.

This app has all the essential feature, from alerting you about the data limit to identifying unusual network activity. GlassWire also lets you know when a new app begins using your data and gives you the access to live graph of data consuming apps.

If you are limited or short on data, this app is a must have to save and organize your data.

Download Here: Google Play

4. Cipher Chat:

Are you very secretive about your texting and chatting habits? Fret not, here’s an app that helps you chat with friends or strangers anonymously. This app doesn’t require your phone number, email address or any other information, all it asks you is to pick a username and create a password. Once that is done, you are ready to chat secretly with your friends by searching their username or just chat with random strangers.

The best part is that even the notifications are disguised as alerts from other apps, even the images shared are stored in a separate vault rather the device’s gallery. Cipher Chat is very useful for those who prefer to safeguard their secrets and have an air of mystery.

Download Here: Google Play

5. Unclouded:

The Unclouded app is a one stop for all your Cloud storage and management needs. It supports Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, BOX, and MEGA. Unclouded allows you to Manage, Explore and Clean your Cloud storage from time to time.

Bringing all essential Cloud Services under one roof makes everything easier. Also, if you are syncing your file regularly, you can manage your cloud storage while offline. We highly recommend this app!

Download Here: Google Play

Note: Every month, we select few good apps for a month and share a list with our readers. If you want to suggest us an app, you can send us an email. We will review it before adding it in the next month’s list.