It’s time for the monthly top ten list! All of these apps are great, but which one is the best? You’ll have to read on to find out!
1. Almighty Volume Keys
You can remap your hardware volume buttons to do a lot more than changing the volume. To see what actions are available to you, open the app and press the menu (three dots next to the middle button). From there, choose “Set Commands,” then add whatever command you’d like.
One helpful function of this app is that it lets you set up basic sound commands for your phone: long touch on volume up key for dnd mode or Down key for on/off the flashlight.
With Gesture, you can control your music or videos by simply swiping across the screen of your android device like it was a touchpad on a computer keyboard. No more fumbling around looking for buttons – swipe and go!
3. Notification Widget
Android 12’s developer preview screenshot showed wallpaper-based widgets. This app brings this functionality to older Android versions and creates beautiful circular or rounded square notification widgets on your home screen which adapt to your wallpaper.
Wallfever is a company that defines its style of minimal wallpapers with the help of android 12 and pixel-based wallpapers. It provides Wallpaper Pack, android 12, Organic Looks, Gradients, Poppins, and many more series to fit your home screen.
5. Sleep Timer
One of Sleep Timer’s best features is that it can set how long music or videos will play before automatically turning your screen off, so you don’t need to worry about having an unintended power drain.
Videoleap is a powerful, fun app that lets you effectively create high-quality movie clips in minutes. In addition, you can apply artistic effects and mix videos with images to customize your project for any occasion. Videoleap is now available on Android!
7. Crash Drive 3
You can now experience ridiculous fun in this cross-platform multiplayer, free-roaming game! Play on cunningly designed tracks that include a variety of obstacles and ramps. Level up, play events, earn cash, unlock new cars and more secrets await you.
This app will change your wallpaper based on the system theme. Users can pick a regular “light” wall or one for “dark mode.” Adding to that, users can select any screenshot from Photos and save it as their background. Darkening is possible with this app as well.
A location finder app quickly helps you find places in the middle of two different locations. It’s as simple as typing in your two areas and then tapping the “Find halfway” button. Halfway’s old interface is not appealing, but it will get the job done.
10. VolEq – Real-time Volume Balancer
Do you ever find yourself adjusting the volume on your phone for every single sound? This cannot be very pleasant! With VolEq enabled, it automatically balances all of these sounds without any additional work from you, so they always stay at the same level no matter what is happening around them or where they’re coming from. In addition, whenever there’s a significant change in some audio levels (e.g., an explosion), VolEq will adjust those volumes first before doing anything else.
I’m sure you have your list of favourite apps, but this is my top ten of this month. What do you think? Let me know in the comments below!