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The best Android apps of 2020 so far

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Our mobile phones are the best they’ve ever been. In the case of android devices, you can read all the tips in the world, but our occasionally temperamental little devices will still throw up a surprise or two. They’re more advanced than ever, meaning they’re capable of so much more too. 

When it comes to android apps, there are so many to choose from. Ultimately, it depends what you’re after, but there’s a useful app out there for everyone. Food, travel, banking, shopping – there quite literally is a mobile phone application for everything these days. It has become the norm and certainly a long way away from the old days of playing Snake on a Nokia phone which resembled a brick. Contrast that with today’s offerings, and our mobile phones are almost from another planet. 

There are quite literally thousands of apps to choose from in the store, so we thought we’d do you a favour by narrowing it down to some of the best apps of 2020 so far. Of course, this is entirely subjective, but hopefully, at least one app we recommend will make it onto your smartphone. 

ComiXology Comics

An app worth downloading for any comic book fans out there, the ComiXology Comics app offers your favourite comics viewable via your mobile phone. Their ever-expanding catalog of titles is growing by the month and will transform your smartphone into your very own comic book jukebox, all for the reasonable price of $5.99 per month. Not bad, right? 

ESPN

Covering a wide range of sports from all around the world, the ESPN app is quite easily one of the best sports applications around. Get notified with the latest scores via the app as you try your Irish luck in this slot game and not have to worry about missing a second of the action. The app also connects you to all the news and video headlines from a wide range of different sports. From English soccer to American football, the ESPN app is a must-have for sports fans. 

Bitwarden

With the risk of cybersecurity and the like higher than ever before, password managers have grown in popularity. One of the better apps of this kind is Bitwarden. Bitwarden allows you to feel at ease thanks to its support of two-factor authentication and secure password sharing. The app also creates a password generator so you can import passwords from any other devices you might own. Bitwarden is open-source and free, too. 

Airbnb

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When it comes to travel apps, Airbnb is right up there with the very best of them. Your go-to app if you need to find accommodation while on your travels, Airbnb has been delighting its users since its inception in 2008, so it comes as no surprise to see it finally jumping on board the app bandwagon. If you’re ever in need of a home, apartment or a room, then look no further than Airbnb. 

Duolingo

Learning a language can be tough, but thanks to Duolingo, it’s that little bit easier. The app gamifies language learning with bite-sized lessons in a warm, fun and friendly manner. The more you use the app, the more you learn, and the more you learn, the more you can unlock. If you’re keen to learn Danish, Dutch, French, German, Irish, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, or Swedish then give Duolingo a go. 

Other apps worth checking out are; weather app Overdrop, utility app Microsoft Launcher, gaming app Steam Link, video streaming app Hulu, workplace app Asana, fitness app MyFitnessPal, and messaging app Your Phone Companion. 

Beejay adoghe I'm Beejay Adoghe, I have always been a lover of tech and gadgets and subsequently, this led to creating a top-notch platform where I could share free basic information about Tech that'll help lots of people fix problems and learn new Techy trends. P.S I love Singing and Playing the piano.

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