» Best Android Apps For Your Phone & Tablet
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views: 74 publish: October 12, 2016
We sorted out some of the better apps, you can use the phone and tablet above, to give you a reference.
By now it’s not strange for television networks to have their own apps. However, much of their content is locked behind a subscription wall–this is especially true of US television networks. The CW’s new app throws this out the window by providing full television shows for viewing just a day after they air–absolutely free, now subscription or account needed. Now you can catch hits like Supergirl, The Flash, and Arrow any time you want.
Solid Explorer File Manager
This is the ultimate file manager for Android, It has a great two-panel drag and drop interface that allows you to not only easily access your files, but organize them right on your phone. A really cool feature is it even lets you search inside encrypted ZIP, 7ZIP, RAR and TAR files. But the best feature of all is the ability to password protect individual files and folders–or your your Android phone’s fingerprint sensor to open password protected files.
Great app, not always the cheapest parking but you’re guaranteed a space. Only problem I have is that I can’t extend parking if I get to the space early, I can extend it if I want to stay later. Again, great app and I wouldn’t be without it.
Stocks: Realtime Quotes Charts
Up To Date Stock Exchange. This is a good concise way to monitor the common markets in the basic forms and watch up & down movements in merely pennies. The movements are very close to real time variations and seem to be very accurate when compared to other venues.
Besides a rooted phone getting off 97% of Google crap. This app will help your memory. Great for Windows os too. Also using your built in task manager will help your battery life. And for those fb users. Those apps eat your phone memory and battery life. Just use your browser and if gotta chat hit desktop website take out the “m” and there you go.
LinkedIn Job Search
This dedicated app from LinkedIn puts all of the site’s job-finding tools at your fingertips. Use it to find career opportunities based on your location, then apply for relevant jobs in just a few taps using your existing LinkedIn profile. With powerful filter tools, you’ll find your dream job in no time.
These are some of our finishing apps, if you have any suggestions, please tell us in the comments.