Top 20 Most Free Popular Apps For Android

Most Free Popular Apps For Android – Everyone loves free apps. And there’s plenty of it on Android, with more than 900,000+ free apps available in the Google Play store right now.

This list of Best Free Android Apps now includes 20 apps in various classes. To help you get the best of free Android apps from the Google Play store, we’ve selected some gems in each category and added them to the list with clear and brief descriptions of each app.

Fortunately, for every 10 bad apps, there’s at least one good one. Which yet gives 92,700 good apps out there. We’ll be honest, we’ve not analyzed all of them – but we’ve rounded up 20 crackers for you here. Read on, download and enjoy these Popular Apps For Android.

Most Free Popular Apps For Android – List

1- WhatsApp (Messenger)

WhatsApp Messenger for Android

WhatsApp Messenger is a cross-platform mobile messaging app which allows you to trade messages without having to pay for SMS. WhatsApp messenger is available for Android, Nokia, iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Phone and yes, those phones can all message each other!

2- Messenger 

Messenger

Messenger is an instant messaging service and software utility which provides text and voice communication. Combined with Facebook’s web-based Chat feature and built on the open MQTT protocol, messenger lets Fb users chat with friends both on mobile and on the main website.

3- Facebook (Social Media)

FB

Facebook is a famous free social networking website that allows registered users to create profiles, upload photos, and video, send messages and keep in touch with friends, family and colleagues.

4- SHAREit- Connect & Transfer (File Transfer)

SHAREit

SHAREit is one of Lenovo’s new suite of DoIT apps, which add SYNCIt, for backing up phone contacts and other data, SECUREIt for saving your phone virus-free and two camera functions: SNAPIt and SEEIt

5- UC Browser- Surf it Fast (Browser)

Uc Browser

UC Browser is a mobile browser developed by UC Web. Originally launched in April 2004 as a J2me-only application, it’s now available on platforms including Android, Windows Phone, iOS, Symbian, Java ME and BlackBerry. In 2010, UC introduced its first iOS app in the Apple App Store.

6- MX Player (Video Player)

Mx-Player

MX Player is an application that I first downloaded because it supported more file types than the stock video player does. For example, I couldn’t watch sure videos transferred from my camcorder to my phone with the stock player through MX Player opened it up with no problem.

7- IMO free video calls and chat ( Video Calling)

IMO free video calls and chat

Unlike other acronyms adopted by people, IMO has one famous meaning. It only means in my opinion. It isn’t uncommon for acronyms to have two or more meanings, making it harder for the unaware to determine the exact meaning of the acronym.

8- 360 Security- Antivirus Boost (Antivirus)

360 security

Trusted by 200 million users, 360 Security is the only all-in-one speed booster and antivirus app that optimizes your background apps, memory space, junk(cache) files and battery power while keeping your device safe from virus and trojans.

9- Opera Mini web browser (Browser)

Opera

Opera Mini is a web browser designed primarily for smartphones, mobile phones, and personal digital partner. Until model 4 it used the Java ME platform, need the mobile device to run Java ME applications.

10- Apus Launcher- Small Fast Boost  (Launcher)

Apus Launcher Fast

An Application Launcher is a third-party UI program… Aftermarket app launchers are essentially replacement home screens—they take over the duties performed by the factory UI—and they’re generally aimed towards intermediate to advanced users looking for additional customization options.

11- True Caller- The software Scandinavia AB (Phone Directory)

True Caller App

The true caller is the world’s largest mobile phone community for mobiles, and accessible via a Web site, developed by True Software Scandinavia AB.

12- App Lock (Privacy)

 

App Lock is one of the best app protectors which could protect your privacy. It can lock SMS, gallery, contacts, e-mail, settings, calls or any apps by password or pattern lock.

13- Omni Swipe (ex-Lazy Swipe) 

Omni Swipe

Omni Swipe formerly known as Lazy Swipe is all grown up and ready to put on its serious face. Redesigned and redeveloped the Omni developer team revealed their app has infinite possibilities for what users can do with just a single tap or swipe with one hand.

14- Google Photos (Photos)

Google Photos

Save your device’s photos and videos to your Google Photos library. This can include the picture you take with your system’s camera and photos saved on your phone.  Google Photos is separate from Google+ (and you do not need a Google+ account to use the Google Photos app).

15- UC Browser Mini for Android (Browser)

UC mini for Android

UC Browser Mini for Android gives you an amazing browsing experience in a tiny package. It’s a lightweight browser especially useful to users of Android phones with lower specs and less storage space but packed with great features.

16- Instagram (photo sharing)

Instagram

Instagram is an online mobile video & photo-sharing and social networking service that enables its users to take pictures and videos, and share them on a variety of social networking platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Flickr.

17- Twitter (Social Media)

Twitter

Twitter is an online social networking service that enables users to send and read brief 140-character messages called “tweets”. Registered users can read and post tweets, but unaccounted users can only read them.

18- Skype- Free IM& Video Calls (Video calling messenger)

Skype

Skype is part of Microsoft. Together we’ll bring innovative technology to family, friends and colleagues everywhere. And now the future prospects for our customers are even more exciting. We’ll enable more people to connect in more ways that transform and enhance their lives.

19- Hike Messenger

Hike

Hike Messenger (stylized as hike messenger) is a cross-platform instant messaging service for smartphones that uses the internet for communication. In addition to text messaging, users can send each other images, videos, graphical stickers, audios, emoticons,  files, contacts, voice messages, and location.

20- Uber

Uber

Uber uses your phone’s GPS to detect your location and connects you with the nearest available operator. Get picked up everywhere- even if you don’t know the exact address.

So these are the top 20 popular apps on an Android platform right now, These apps are very useful for daily use.

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