Findings of the Week: Five Apps and Games You Need to Know
Writing about new apps and games is part of my job, and even after years in this vital industry I still often find little pearls that make my days easier or more fun. Check out some of these apps that surprised me recently.
This app is a real gem: it lets you retire the USB cable and wirelessly transfer photos, music, videos and files from your smartphone to your PC and vice versa. Simply connect your smartphone and PC to the same Wi-Fi network, open the app, tap the Play icon, and on the PC, access the address that will appear on your smartphone.
On the PC you will see the entire content stored on the smartphone, divided by categories, be able to access all internal memory with a file manager and can even back up the installed apps, which will be downloaded to the PC as an .APK file. Of course, you can also send files from PC to smartphone.
Anyone who has been using Android for a while should remember a similar app, AirDroid. Sweech's advantage is that it is lighter, more direct (AirDroid tries at all costs to force you to register or push extra services) and has no ads. Best impossible.
Download Sweech on Google Play
Pocophone F1 Launcher can be installed on any Android, and I liked it so much that I even made an article with tips about it. it has the exact balance between customization (with features that would otherwise be paid for in other apps) and ease of use and configuration.