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Do you have these on your smartphone?

2016 saw a plethora of new apps and games coming to your smartphone. Whether it’s on an iPhone or any Android device, these apps have revolutionized the way we use our mobile devices. Here is a list of some of our favorite apps and games released in 2016 for Android and iOS devices:

Do you have these on your smartphone?

2016 saw a plethora of new apps and games coming to your smartphone. Whether it’s on an iPhone or any Android device, these apps have revolutionized the way we use our mobile devices. Here is a list of some of our favorite apps and games released in 2016 for Android and iOS devices:

Android

Google Drive – Unarguably one of the best cloud storage services available (also one of the cheapest), Google Drive can be deeply integrated on a plethora of apps, and can even make a backup of your photos and other information, no matter the platform.

Download Google Drive for free. 

Nova Launcher – One of the best things about Android is the ability to change themes and designs according to your liking. You can do that using a Launcher app – and Novo Launcher is one of the best. It lets you customize menu options and icons, or various settings in your Android smartphone that you never knew existed.

Download Nova Launcher for free. 

Pocket – Pocket may be one of the most productive apps I’ve used. It lets you save various clips, articles or links so that you can conveniently see them later. It works on iOS too, but the Android version is integrated more in the system and best of all, it’s free!

Download Pocket for free. 

Wunderlist – This app aids you in your to-do list so that you are always organized. You can practically do lists, add notes with pictures and you can sync them online so that it is easy accessible whichever platform you are using.

Download Wunderlist for free. 

Allo – Google’s new messaging app is made even more special with the addition of Google Assistant that feels like you are talking to a real assistant. Add to that the various stickers and effects that you can add to your messages and it should replace your default messaging app in no time.

Download Allo for free. 

Victor Philip Ortiz
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