In this weekly column we want to inspire you, and we do that by highlighting a series of interesting apps. Not every app will be for everyone, of course, but you will also likely recognize some great apps that you won’t want to miss. Here you will find our new selection.
Many Android users love to fully customize their smartphone, the most important aspect of this is undoubtedly the launcher. The free app Rate Choose to divide into three structures that you will find on your phone: “Tile”, “Root” and “Tree”.
Tiles, or “tiles”, provide an overview of all the applications on your phone. The apps are organized into categories and the percentage highlights the apps you use the most at any time of the day. The root or ‘carrot’ is very similar to the OnePlus shelf. You get instant access to a number of important tools that you use often. Write a note in one go and check the weather forecast or set a timer. Finally, there is the tree, which gathers all notifications from messaging apps under one roof. There are also more functions in the ratio like coding and various topics.
There are, of course, plenty of useful music players on the Play Store, but Musicolet is an app that really catches eyes. It comes without ads or any internet access and thus respects your privacy. Additionally, the app is rich in functionality.
Firstly, it helps you organize your music library with tags you add and easy-to-use album editing options where you can add album art to multiple songs simultaneously. The app also has a manual equalizer function and tracks are played in succession. There is also support for words that you can add, there are nice widgets, a sleep timer, and Musicolet works with Android Auto.
Canary Mel It is a mail app that works with many email services like Gmail, iCloud, Outlook, and IMAP. In addition to that, the app collects all your contacts into comprehensive profiles where you can also find the media files that you have exchanged and the social media accounts of that person. It also works with end-to-end encryption so that your emails are encrypted. Canary Mail also supports receipts and you can choose notification sounds depending on which email account is receiving mail. Plus, you can snooze the email so that you can reply to it later, and Canary Mail gives you a helpful overview of all attachments in the conversation.
Human beings are creatures of habit. Once we get back to ourselves from a good habit or kick a bad habit, we continue to do the same. HabitHub He wants to give users a push to inculcate a new habit. You can keep a daily log of whether you have practiced a certain habit, this way you will see a nice graph and an overview of how often you have performed that habit.
Suppose your habit is to walk 5 kilometers every day, then you can see how many times you succeed, as you see during the months whether you succeed much or less. HabitHub comes with many features that make the app attractive and there is also a handy widget that you can use to get rid of habits instantly.
Thanks for the tip, Ronnie!
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