You are a frequent reader of AndroidPIT, you know that I make several lists of applications and games that I try on my phone. If a keyboard or a web browser appeals to me, for example, I don't think twice about writing a text sharing some of my experience of using it with you. So today I would like to show you a little bit of my Android and the things I use most about it. Follow me!
I am that kind of user who is not satisfied with the wallpapers that come from the factory on the cell phone, so I don't want to know some alternatives. On the screen of my Android I decided to put a wallpaper that I downloaded from the page of photographer Fernando Lazzarin, which was an indication of Google Images.
I'm not using a cone pack right now, but I confess I love to test them periodically. My favorite is Polycon, which you can download for free from the Play Store (link below). In the home screen I load the options I use most day to day, such as the browser Opera and YouTube. I'm not a Google Chrome fan, so I've been using Opera for a few years now on my phone and computer. Alis, I made an article about it, see:
Polycon – Icon Pack
The launcher of the device is Xperia Home, which you can also install on your phone through the APK provided by Sony itself. The theme I am using today, however, is called Premium Space Material, and comes with a well-crafted wallpaper and cones. Try it on your Android if you want:
Premium Space Material
Unlike the Android standard, I like my small icons without the labels on the dock. Many proprietary interfaces allow these changes to be made, or if you prefer, you can use a launcher to make deeper modifications to your device's skin.
If it were to use Android without launcher, cones or custom wallpapers, I would go from Windows Phone.
Nova Launcher is the most famous, but there are other options I've been testing with "Best Launchers for Android".
Well now let's go to the second screen apps. There are important apps and other apps I don't use as often as my Cardboard app. VLC is a great video player, plays any type of file, and mirrors my Chromecast. Google Photos keeps my images in sync with other devices, including those I get from manufacturers' testing advisors.
I confess I'm still a fan of Moleskine notebooks, but I've been working hard to keep my to-do agenda and agenda organized with Evernote's help. It's not working very well, but with effort I get there. Another application that I try to use most often is Twitter, but I confess that I was already more connected to the micro-blog a few years ago.
Then we have Facebook, a necessary evil. Instagram, which is my favorite social network. Instapaper and Messenger Lite, which are two applications I've been testing recently. Lite even has article here on the site with installation tutorial:
Oh sure, ASAP is a launcher that I apply when I get tired of Xperia Home. I think this is one of the most beautiful and practical launchers in the Play Store. Even if you want a tutorial about it, leave a comment at the end of the article for me to know. Now the photo folder where most of these apps have already been tested for selection with the "Best image editing apps":
- Snapseed: The most complete photo editor for Android. from Google and makes very interesting changes to the images. It is very worth it;
- Background: app with unique and well-designed wallpapers;
- Cmera360: I downloaded to make up the list of "Best image editors for Android" and ended up staying;
- FV-5 Camera: Number one camera software for those looking for a good manual mode and more features;
- WXWallpaper: The developer selects and creates great wallpapers for any phone;
- Marshmallow Zooper: The developer of this app creates amazing widgets, fonts, and icons for Android;
- Walloid: rene native wallpapers of other brands;
- VSCO: Image editor with great features for image editing and post-editing;
- Cameringo: Number two camera software for manual modes and other options.
At the top of the second screen is the Sony weather and climate widget. The well developed widget has a minimalist interface and is full of useful information. It can also be downloaded via APK by users who use smartphones from other manufacturers. Lastly, the transport folder:
- Uber: no comment required;
- Take me: application that indicates routes, real-time bus schedules and subway and train lines;
- Bike Sampa: The best way to enjoy So Paulo through the bike tracks.
These are my favorite apps, which I use most often on my Android. Hope you enjoyed your selection and also took the opportunity to learn about new app options for your mobile phone. Camila Rinaldi also made a selection showing her Android and her most used apps. Be sure to check out:
If you have suggestions for similar articles, or want to see a special article on the site detailing the functionality of any app displayed here, let us know through the comments.
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