Top 10 Best Android Apps 2018

In this article, I will be telling you the top 10 of the best Android apps to get you started in the new year of 2019.

1. SystemPanel 2

SystemPanel is a tool to let you view and manage just about everything possible about the goings-on of your device and visualize it in an easy-to-understand graphical format. its feature includes Show active apps, battery status, CPU, and wake lock usage over time to show potential battery drain issues and etc.

Download Link: SystemPanel 2

2. Via Browser

This browser is same as all other browsers. But why this app on the list is because it is the very lightweight browser in play store. Its size is only about 512KB and very simple, also have almost all options of big browsers have.

3. Rootless Launcher

Clean a simple launcher and developed by is the replica of the pixel launcher. Because it is developed by XDA so it is open source. If you are an app developer you can customize as you wish.

Download Link: Rootless Launcher

XDA Form Link: Mods

4. Shortcutter

Shortcutter is the ultimate Android toolbox, giving you instant access to Settings, Actions, Activities, Apps, Shortcuts & Services in an instant. As the name says it is a shortcut app.
you can add 2 apps in a quick bar for the free version with the custom shortcuts like weather Device storage, RAM and voice command. you can up to 13 apps if you buy a premium version it cost around 1.89 US dollar or 130 Indian rupees.

5. GlassWire

GlassWire makes it easy to monitor your mobile data usage, data limits, and WiFi Internet activity in real-time. Instantly see what apps are slowing your phone’s Internet connection or wasting your mobile data. Give GlassWire a try and see what’s using your WiFi and mobile data right this moment. Most of the options you can get on the free version. If you want to set a data limit for each and every app and block data connection on selected apps you have to pay around 5 US Doller or 360 Indian Rupees after a month free trial.

6. Datally

Datally is the app that monitors data using VPN and also this app developed by Google. So it free to use. You can disable data connection to specific apps. This app same as GlassWare but it is completely free. 

7. Changes (Unreleased)

Changes app help to keep the track of the changelogs of previously updated applications. You can check what are the options newly added and new features etc. Keep this in mind this app is not released (When we writing this article) so it may unstable.

Download Link: Changes (Unreleased)

8. Adapticons

Using Adapticons you can create custom icons and place on home screen. You can tweak each icon such as shape, size, background color, icon positions and more and also you can import icons from a gallery. It is the simplest and easiest way to create your own icons.

Download Link: Adapticons

9. Island (Unreleased)

Island app does two things, one is clone apps. If the app doesn’t support multiple accounts you no longer need to sign out just install clone and sign in with another account. Or you are a developer it is the greatest way to test a feature without mess up with a regular install. the second thing you can do is freeze the app or clones its backgrounds entirely or you can archive them. And also it is a completely free app. But this app still under development so it can be unstable or it can crash.

Download Link: Island (Unreleased)

10. DirectChat

If you use multiple messaging apps it is a great way to quickly respond to each notification without interrupting your current tabs. It does this facebook like chat head when you receive a notification and each head is placed side by side to switch the next conversation. For premium version around 1.5 US Doller or 80 Indian Rupees. Premium version includes no ads and instant replies for answering faster, Themes, Unlocks all apps for chat and more.