Android a complete platform; But let's combine, the Google OS is too sober for users who are more relaxed. If you, like us, love spending time having fun with your phone, check out the selection we made with the 5 funniest apps on the Play Store.
No way, whether when we wake up or while we're going to sleep, the smartphone has become our inseparable companion. Who hasn't slept for 20 or 30 minutes just to finish reading BuzzFeed's hilarious lists or Facebook memes all day?
Well, if you like to have fun using your smartphone, this list is made for you. Here are the 5 most funny apps according to the AndroidPIT publishers.
1 – 9GAG
9GAG is a community that receives hundreds of images every day. These images are uploaded by app users who post from popular memes to animated GIFs. When you open the app you will find your three main sections: hot (most accessed), trending (trends and popular) and fresh (the newest).
Most images hosted on 9GAG are subtitled in English. However, animated GIFs do not require any subtitles. An interesting option of 9GAG is the ability to share each image or GIF to WhatsApp contacts, via email or on social networks.
Here's a caveat: WhatsApp doesn't support animated GIFs, so 9GAG sends the contact a link where the GIF is hosted. If you want to learn how to send GIFs on WhatsApp, check out the tutorial we prepared at the link below and find out how to do it:
9GAG: Funny Gifs, Pics, Memes & Videos :)
2 – Imgur
Imgur works the same as 9GAG; However, this app offers a wider range of images. In addition to a huge collection of memes, GIFs and funny images uploaded by users, Imgur has images that are posted by designers and illustrators who serve as inspiration.
You can share the image from within the app itself, however, the same caveat as 9GAG: Memo and image captions are always in English. But, they are still funny anyway, anyway?
Imgur: Memes, GIFs, and More
3 – HeadsUp
HeadsUp is another game that serves as a distraction between friends and family. Do you remember the famous music game? So HeadsUp has very similar gameplay.
Here's how it works: The user should put their smartphone over their forehead and display it to others, so a movie, an animal or a celebrity will be displayed on the screen. Other users will need to give you clues as to what is being displayed, but without delivering the final answer. A great pastime that guarantees a lot of laughs!
4 – Vine
Vine is one of the social networks where trolls and funniest memes circulate the most. Videos shared by users on Vine are short-lived and play on repeat, that is, they keep repeating until you pause or move on to the next.
Sharing is also a feature of Vine, as you can republish videos directly on Twitter, Facebook, or your own Vine timeline. We love Vine, and we're sure it will bring you a lot of laughs.
5 – BuzzFeed
If you lived in an off-planet bubble and have never heard of BuzzFeed before, we will now explain to you what this hilarious social listing channel does. BuzzFeed makes lists of the most bizarre and interesting themes that often existed only in your imagination or have gone on for years. "Brazilian TV in the 1990s", for example, a list that is worth every minute of your time.
Our recommendation: download BuzzFeed on your Android, access it whenever possible and be happy. Oh, don't forget to share the lists you like best with your WhatsApp contacts or on social networks, you can do that within each subject via the "share" button.
BuzzFeed: News and Humor!
And how do you have fun with your smartphone? Have you tried any of these apps we listed? Tell us through the comments below.
This article was made in partnership with Scott Adam Gordon from AndroidPIT
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