The 5 Top Free and New Android Applications for November 2019 It's the first week of November, and we are ready with our list of fresh, new and free Android applications. Some of them will help improve your mobile experience with many folds. Although we talked about the browser and the good mail application in the previous edition, this edition is a little different.
Here, we have listed two of the best tools that will help you reduce excessive telephone activity. In addition, we have a cool messaging app and an attractive music player.
1. ZONE LAUNCHER
Google Play Store has a lot of launcher share. From feature-rich launchers like Nova Launcher to launcher cleaners like Rootless Launcher, there are plenty of launchers out there for you to try. And of course, the right application makes you more productive in the long run. However, the Zone launcher is not one of the typical launchers. This one runs on top of your current launcher and allows you to run frequently used applications instantly.
All you need to do is select the application you want in the list, and the next time you swipe in from the left or right side of your phone's screen. And it works like a charm without hiccups.
There are many customization options available. From choosing the position of the block to the number of applications / shortcuts you want, you can do everything. Obviously, you have to give some application permission to function as expected.
After the application is set, swipe to in, and without lifting your finger, navigate to the application that you want to launch. And there he is!
Download Zone Launcher
If Zone Launcher will launch your frequently used application, UbikiTouch is about specifying specific controls. Similar to the one above, the control is attached to the lower left / right, and you can specify the control you want. It's starting to be used, especially if you have a tall cellphone like the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, where it's a bit hard to reach for the power button or Quick Settings panel.
By default, UbikiTouch lets you have six controls. Plus, you can also choose from three different designs - Pie, Curve, or Wave. I like Pie because it's a little easy for me to handle.
This is very useful on several occasions - opening the Power menu (too far for me to like) or calling Google Assistant. Plus, you can also change your behavior and response time, according to your convenience.
Setting up UbikiTouch might seem a little complicated at first with all the guidelines. However, once you understand how it works, take a walk in the park. You need to prioritize your actions according to their interests and determine them correctly.
3. 3D MUSIC PLAYER BOOM
If your phone's audio output doesn't meet your standards, you can try the Boom 3D application. This is a volume booster and equalizer application which not only increases overall system volume. Surround 3D sound is its main feature, and brings positional surround sound to the headphones.
The fact that it does not depend on hardware is the cherry above. At the time of writing, Boom 3D works with your phone's offline songs and supports several music streaming services such as Tidal and Spotify (Premium).
It also bundles several sound-related features that you can play to change audio output.
Download Boom 3D Music Player
4. FROM INSTAGRAM THREADS
Threads is a messaging application specifically for Instagram. Unlike Instagram's Direct Message feature, which shows all your followers, here you can choose the followers or friends that you want to communicate with. Utas bears a striking resemblance to the Facebook Messenger feature and Close Instagram Friends.
Using this application is simple. You need to download it and enter to use and your Instagram credentials. When finished, select your friends who you want to chat with, and that's all.
In addition, you can share photos and videos directly with your friends. And some useful shortcuts make work easier.
Download Threads from Instagram
5. UNLOCK CLOCK
How many times do you unlock your cellphone every day? If I peak into the Digital Wellbeing module of my cellphone, it shows me a number that's a little annoying - 41.
If you want this number to be entered into your face every time you unlock your phone, Google has a great little application for you - Unlock Clock. Clock Unlock is one of Google's new experiments. It counts the number of times you unlock your cellphone and displays it as your cellphone wallpaper. Cool, right?
Setting wallpaper is a bit complicated. You will need the Google Wallpaper application for that. After installing both applications, you will find the Clock Unlock wallpaper in the Direct category.
This application has no fancy backgrounds. Instead, you will find a bleak gray background with numbers. May colors stop us from unlocking our phones more than they should.
Download Unlock Clock
That was the 5 Top Free and New Android Application tutorial for November 2019.
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