My Favorite (Non-Medical) Android Apps

Here is an export of Android Apps I find useful and helpful:
  • Authenticator – for security for logins into Google and other two-factor sites
  • Automate – To automate some settings
  • Barcode Scanner – To scan barcodes
  • Bible – Free Bible
  • Docs – Read documents
  • Dual N-Back – Only game with evidence that it helps people think faster and improve memory
  • Financial Calculators – All the financial calculators someone would need
  • Firefox Beta – My favorite browser
  • FolderSync – To sync folders with Nextcloud – I use it for photos
  • Google Pay – To keep all loyalty cards in one place
  • Google PDF Viewer – read pdfs
  • Hangouts – For chat
  • Hermit – This app is amazing! It uses very little space and makes use of mobile web versions of websites to be like individual apps
  • K-9 Mail – My favorite email program
  • Keep Notes – For cloud syncing notes
  • Lyft – Ride sharing
  • MAPS.ME – Offline maps – good for international travel
  • Marco Polo – Voice/Video texting
  • MyFitnessPal – Calorie tracker
  • Nextcloud – Personal cloud backup
  • Nextdoor – Participate in your neighborhood
  • Notes – A Firefox product like Keep. I like it as it is integrated into browser
  • OpenVPN Connect – Personal VPN
  • Orgzly – Org-mode for phone – My main ToDo app (also syncs with my cloud)
  • OverDrive – Borrow books from the library
  • Pandora – Listen to music
  • Piktures – Opensource photo gallery
  • Pocket – Read Internet sites later and offline
  • Sheets – To see spreadsheets on phone
  • Signal – secure, encrypted text worldwide
  • Slides – To see presentations on phone
  • Snapseed – To edit photos
  • Stop, Breathe & Think – A great meditation app for relaxation
  • Strava – Track run routes, bike routes, walking, etc
  • Total Commander – A file manager
  • TuneIn Radio – Listen to radio
  • WhatsApp – Wifi messaging (owned by Facebook….so trust as much as you trust Fb)
  • Wifi Analyzer – Evaluate Wifi signals and strength