Top 10 Android Apps in 2020

Computers & Technology

  • Author Violeta Bojkovska
  • Published December 29, 2020
  • Word count 793

The Google Play Store offers millions of apps, and new ones keep popping up every day. In fact, according to Statista, approximately 111 thousand mobile apps are released through the Google Play Store each month.

Hence, we tried to save you some time by sorting through them, and we selected the top 10 essential apps for your Android device.

Our best app selection is designed to provide you with the best app in ten different categories. Including food, productivity, and security, so you can easily find the app that works for you.

Also, almost all apps on the list are free!

  1. The Best Pizza App - Slice

Ready to eat pizza in less than an hour?

The Slice app makes it easy to order pizza from your favorite local pizza joints. With a few taps, you can have fresh, local pizza delivered to your home within an hour.

It also saves your orders so you can reorder at any time. The best part about this app are the notifications! You’ll be the first to know about any promotions, pizza coupons, offers, and discounts in your area.

  1. The Best Weather App - 1Weather

1Weather provides you with information about the current weather and a forecast for up to 12 weeks. However, the best feature is the minimal design that only shows you the temperature and the essentials. The free version has all the same functions, but with ads.

  1. The Best Cloud App - Google Drive

Google Drive is the best cloud storage solution available for android users.

New users get 15 GB for free, and you can buy more if needed. You will also get access to all android applications that come with the drive. These include Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Photos, and more.

And all of these apps include live collaboration, sharing, and compatibility with Microsoft Office documents. Get ready to be productive!

  1. The Best Keyboard App - Swift Keyboard

Microsoft SwiftKeyboard is a super, powerful, customizable keyboard with the best prediction engine.

You can download it for free and buy themes if you like. With its SwiftKey Flow feature, it allows you to enter gestures, it offers support for multiple languages, cross-device synchronization, and it also includes a dedicated numeric keyboard.

For a keyboard, it could not be better.

  1. The Best Podcast App - Podcast Addict

Podcast Addict is the best app for podcast addicts. It's right there in the name.

It has everything you need in a podcast app: tonnes of podcasts, tools to help you organize your library, playback, and download features. Plus, it's simple and easy to use.

Try filtering the podcasts by category or search directly for your favorites. It's easy to create playlists and define download rules. It also supports both Chromecast, SONOS, Android Auto, and Wear OS.

  1. The Best Networking App - LinkedIn

Most people would probably use LinkedIn while looking for new employment opportunities.

In addition to the essential profile pages where you can share your work experience, LinkedIn provides practical networking tools and helps you connect to your professional network. These include visitor metrics, a handy chat, news feed in a casual atmosphere, and signals to recruiters that you are open to new opportunities.

Why not give it a try?

  1. The Best Notes App - Evernote

Evernote is an app that lets you organize data.

Whether it's text, images, audio, or all of it. You can also store different data in different notebooks. From to-do lists to vacation planning. The best feature is optical character recognition, which makes the text in pictures searchable.

It’s an app for the organizational wizard in you!

  1. The Best Photo Editing App - Adobe Lightroom

Adobe Lightroom is the perfect app for mobile photo editing. It has many of the features of its desktop counterpart. Outstanding tools include raw camera file profiles, noise reduction, profile-based lens corrections, and advanced color and lighting controls. Lightroom synchronizes all these edits between mobile and desktop applications.

  1. The Best Travel App - Airbnb

Airbnb is the right app to find rooms, apartments, houses, and other unique accommodations when you are traveling.

Some places can even be booked for several months, which can be a temporary solution for people who are going to work abroad. Airbnb helps you find highlights and other experiences at your destination, so you can plan ahead with ease and confidence.

  1. The Best Security App - LastPass

LastPass is a great password manager with all the right features.

The app allows you to access your stored passwords, secure notes, and completed forms from your android. You can also create new ones that sync with all your devices. The latest version of the app combines the password manager with a built-in browser.

It has never been easier to be secure.

Violeta Bojkovska is a passionate content writer and avid content consumer. She’s a short story author, guest post blogger, and a firm believer in the startup “zebra culture.” She loves to write about food, travel, technology, and startups (

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