5 Android Apps to Use On-The-Go

November 1, 2017

8:30 am

These days, phones are nothing without apps. Apps help us to extend the basic functionalities of our smartphones, tablets, and other handheld devices. That’s the reason why 38 percent of American adults now have more than 20 apps installed on their mobile phone.

However, not all of these apps are used frequently and most smartphone users spend 84 percent of their time in just five apps. You need to make sure that you are using the best apps to ensure the best user experience on your smartphone. Here are 5 apps that will take save you time on-the-go.


CallApp is a free caller ID and call recording app that can identify and block telemarketing calls from spammers and unknown numbers. The app also has the ability to automatically record your incoming and outgoing phone calls. For me, it’s an “all in one” solution that helps me control and listen to my calls on a daily basis. The app has more cool features such as call reminders, birthday reminders of your friends, and even a “notes” feature.


Battery Doctor

Battery Doctor is a free and professional battery saver app that can stop power-draining apps, save battery life and protect battery health. As it provides a real-time update about your power level and remaining time, you can easily plan the recharging time for your device. Power consumptions ranking is another handy feature of the app – this feature helps you to detect the most power-hungry apps and stop them immediately. The app will also keep you updated with expert tips to ensure the best conservation of your battery power.


If you are looking for a portable solution to scan docs into PDF and save them in the cloud, Cam Scanner is one of the best solutions for you. This brilliant app enables you to scan business cards, receipts, invoices, notes, certificates, hand-written text and various other types of documents. You can crop the scanned image and save the necessary portion only. As the premium version comes with a built-in OCR feature, you can easily retrieve the text from the scanned images.


If you have trouble waking up in the morning, try this free alarm app that uses gamification to make sure you are up. Once the alarm goes off you have to play the game in order to turn off the noise. It also has other alarm sounds, such as celebrities or animal sounds. It's guaranteed to get you out of bed.

Lifesum: Health Lifestyle, Diet and Meal Planner

Eating out for lunch everyday can be a black hole of calories and carbs. By using Lifesum, you can keep notes on your food choices and activity levels, and the app will offer you workout tips and a meal planner loaded with recipes & diet tips for delicious food so you can cook nutritious meals and bring them to work.


Find more apps to save you time on-the-go at TechCo

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Robert is the Founder of Topanda. He is passionate about startups, technology, and music on a vinyl.