Top 5 Best Free Apps for Android

The number of apps in the play store is growing tremendously and it is just so hard to find good apps in the play store, because of the excess of apps already present in the store. In this article you can find the best 5 apps for the month of January.

The first month of 2019 is about to end and there are some new awesome apps on the Play Store. So let's take a look at some of the best apps of January 2019.


Digital well-being was an initiative from Google to limit smartphone usage. It is a really helpful feature for those who are struggling with smartphone addiction. But there is a problem: Google has limited this feature for its Pixel devices and very few other devices. Well, do not get upset because there is an app called ActionDash which brings all the digital wellbeing features to compatible Android devices.
Just like digital wellbeing, ActionDash provides you with pie charts and overview of app usage and helps you to manage your notifications etc. But there is an additional feature in action-dash which is not available in digital wellbeing, i.e. the number of phone unlocks. Action-dash provides you with data regarding how many times you unlocked your smartphone in a week. Overall, this app will help you to curb your smartphone addiction.

Bottom Quick Settings

Bottom Quick Settings
Won't it be cool if you could move your notification tray to the bottom of your screen like the control center in iPhones? Well, we can do that with an application called Bottom Quick Settings. As the name suggests it not only adds the quick settings at the bottom of the screen but it also lets the users toggle the WiFi, Bluetooth, Flash, brightness etc. But due to Android restrictions, you cannot toggle mobile data and GPS directly (If you want to use these restricted features then you will have to root your device).


RedPapers is a simple wallpaper app which auto downloads the hottest post from subreddits and set them as wallpaper based on the interval you have set. As everyone knows some subreddits are just filled with awesome photos uploaded by several Reddit users, and most of these photos look really good. RedPapers app saves us some time that we would have spent on downloading the photos that we liked and then setting them up manually as the wallpaper of our smartphones. RedPapers app automatically does this hence saving us some valuable time.

Stargon Browser

Stargon browser
Stargon Browser is a browser that comes with many features. Although it looks like a rip off Chrome browser, it has many additional features. The feature that I liked the most in this browser is the ability to download all the images and videos of a webpage by the click of single button. To do this just press the star icon at the bottom of the app, and select whether you want to download the images or the videos of the webpage.
There are other features like adblocker, image capture, which can take a full screenshot of the webpage. Such features make the Stargon browser unique and really helpful.

Multi photo resize compress crop in batch PicTools

Multi photo resize compress crop in batch PicTools
Just as the name suggests, it is a photo editing tool. The app helps us in compressing, resizing and optimizing our images according to our needs. The app is super minimalistic and offers a great User Experience. To compress, or resize or optimize your photos, you just need to select the image from the gallery, select the quality in percentage and the output file format. The process is really fast and it is really efficient in optimizing images. One of my photo with 3.1mb after compressing had only 101kb, pretty insane right!

Hope you have fun with the above apps!


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