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Most Talked About Android Apps that Launched in 2018

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Google Play has over 3.3 million apps and it can be a daunting task to find the right ones you need.  Whether you like to play sports games or try out online games with the Betway Android app, we are sure you love your Android phone. However, what are the other apps that you shouldn’t miss out on, apart from the essential ones like Whatsapp and Skype?

The Top Android Apps of 2018 You Need to Know About

It’s not just about chatting or video calling any more. You can do a whole lot more with your Android phones now. For instance, the rage a few months back was that of AR stickers. Android phones now help you to take pictures with fictional characters, including your favourite Star Wars characters. However, that’s not the only thing you would love about it.

So here’s a brief rundown of some of the most talked about apps that came out in 2018.

  1. Google Lens

Originally designed for Pixel phones, you can now use the standalone version of Google Lens on any Android phone. The app brings the future of search and uses the camera of the smartphone to scan the real physical surroundings.

The app can scan and detect objects automatically and provide information about it. For example, you can point your camera at a barcode or a landmark and get all information related to it. You may also be led directly to shopping results when you point the phone at someone’s clothes!

  1. Otter Voice Notes

The app from AI Sense can kill the profession of audio transcriptionists! None other app comes even close to Otter Voice Notes which can efficiently record conversations or monologues and then produce almost accurate transcription.

It has got more power and features than ordinary speech recognition- it can detect voices and distinguish the different speakers in a conversation.

  1. Google Duo

Here’s another one from Goole that came out just in August. The app can be used on both Android and iOS and comes with some awesome features.

You can send and receive 30 seconds long video messages directly from the call screen without making an actual call. Even people who don’t have the app installed can be called.

You also don’t need a Google account to use the app and can use your phone number and country code to register. It’s also secure with WebRTC and end-to-end encryption to rest all your privacy and data worries.

  1. Shorty

Many apps enable shortcuts on the home screen and you can conveniently access you apps. But till now there was no way to access your files stored on the phone.

Now you can use Shorty you have the liberty to create shortcuts for anything you may please. You can create shortcut for your favorite song or a Word document- there are no restrictions.

  1. Youtube Music

Youtube has been long the favored destination to watch videos and listen to songs. but now Youtube has come out with an exclusive music streaming platform that is available for both Android and iOS.

You get a customized interface and can access thousands of albums and works of artists. The app also lets you discover new music.

Which of these apps are you looking to try out first? Let us know in the comments below!

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