Those times are gone when people use to consider cell phone only as a voice communication. Today we are in world where smartphones are more powerful then a computer. When you visit play store , then you will find many countless apps which make it hard to find the best ones.
So today we have decided to show you some of the best apps which are still unknown but they might use in your daily basis and may considered as life changer.
Best 5 Unknown Android Apps That Might Change Your Life
[appbox googleplay id=com.calm.android]
Calm is the #1 app for mindfulness and meditation to bring more clarity, joy and peace to your daily life. Start your journey to a calmer mind with the app that’s trusted by millions and featured in the New York Times.
#2. Meal Time
[appbox googleplay id=com.mealime]
Mealime is a simple way for busy singles, couples, and families to plan their meals and eat healthier. Our meal plans & recipes are highly customizable so you can easily personalize a plan that works with your unique tastes and lifestyle.
#3. Fast Custumer
[appbox googleplay id=www.fastcustomer.com]
Everyone hates being put on hold while trying to connect with customer care. This is an app for those who hate waiting on a hold for customer care services. Users just need to tell the app which company they want to call and then choose the option ‘Have Someone Call Me’. That’s it whenever any agent is available, you will get the call.
[appbox googleplay id=com.protogeo.moves]
Moves automatically tracks your everyday life and exercise. Just carry your phone in your pocket or bag. Seeing your everyday exercise can help you think about your life in a new way. Start with small changes that can lead to a fitter lifestyle and healthier habits.
#5. Dollar Bid
[appbox googleplay id=com.halcyonmobile.dollarbird]
Track and forecast your money as easily as adding events to a calendar. Dollarbird is your complete and flexible money handling tool that helps you put your money where it matters!
It helps you:
– find out what you spend your money on
– make a plan and project how much money you’ll have in the future
– get reminders for monthly bills