From awesome photo editing apps to cool wallpaper apps, July has been a strong month for new and free Android Apps. And continuing with our tradition, we are back with a new set of free Android apps for the month of August.
So, without further delay, let’s have a quick look.
1. Fast Finder
This app is incredibly useful if you are not much into arranging files. So, whether you have to hunt for a GIF file or a huge PDF document, all you have to do is type the format name or the filename on the search bar and the results will be presented in real time.
What’s more, this app can be even integrated with Nova to open once you double tap on the home button. Cool, right?
2. Motion Stills
Almost a year after its iOS debut, Motion Stills made its way to Android this year. However, unlike the iOS version, the Android version is a tad different. Owing to the lack of Live photos in Android, Motion Stills lets you create GIFs from the pictures shot with the app.
It can take two different types of shots — Motion still and Fast forward
While the motion still is a 3-second video loop, the fast forward feature is a rendition of hyper-lapse videos. Not only does it record and stabilize the video, it also lets you choose the speed.
If you are looking for an easy way to transform your boring videos into super cool ones, trust the Vizmato app to take care of it.
Its easy-to-use interface lets you add music, filters, effects, themes or reverse the video easily. Plus, you can also add a sticker or two in specific positions in the video — all from the comforts of your smartphone.
Once done, a video can easily be shared through the app’s built-in shareable interface directly into YouTube or WhatsApp.
4. Temp eMail – Temporary Mail
If we are not too careful about how we distribute our email IDs, it doesn’t take long for the inbox to get filled with spams and promotion emails. While in many cases, filters and inboxes do the job of segregating the useful ones from the junk, still, it’s not a 100% guarantee.
This issue can be resolved by the use of temporary email IDs and your best best is the Temp eMail app. It creates a disposable ID which you can use while signing up for services and websites. What’s more, it’s free and provides access to over 20 domains.
5. InsWall – Wallpapers
Not many wallpaper apps give you the freedom to edit the images before you set them. But the InsWall app is a tad different for it not only lets you customize your wallpapers but also lets you create gradient wallpapers, based on your favorite color.
InsWall has over 1000 wallpapers tagged neatly into different categories. Do look out for its beautiful collection of AMOLED and superheroes wallpapers.
6. Camera Roll – Gallery
Camera Roll is a Gallery replacement app for Android. This app can prove to be useful if your built-in Gallery app lacks certain basic features like file explorer, camouflaging pictures or displaying the EXIF data.
This is a still an unreleased version and thus might be a tad unstable.
7. LightX Photo Editor & Photo Effects
LightX Photo Editor is an invaluable app for editing pictures and images on the go. It contains a boatload of features for creating awesome social media ready images. Not only can you do the basic editing like adding photo frames or stickers but also lets you easily create cutouts and funny caricatures.
Perhaps the best feature of this app is the ability to do the color balance as well as put in blur effects without the help of high-end computer software.
Beyond the basic functionalities, it offers a bunch of advanced features like removing audio, extracting video frames or setting the speed of the audio. If you are budding video maker, you are going to love this app.
Loopsie is an outstanding creative app which lets you create awesome cinemagraphs in just a few simple steps. Cinemagraphs are a combination of still pictures and moving videos.
As opposed to GIFs, here only a specific part of the picture keeps moving.
Loopsie employs a stabilization algorithm which makes sure that the end result isn’t blurry or wobbly. It’s easy to use with ample amount of customizations thrown in.
10. Wrappup Smart Voice Recorder
The last on the list is the Wrappup Smart Voice Recorder. Unlike other voice recorders, this app doesn’t just record but also lets you add notes and flag important areas for later references.
What’s more, this app also packs in a neat search functionality which lets you hunt for a particular segment.
Wrapping it Up
These were some of the incredibly useful apps that were released in the last few months. Have you used any of these apps? Comment below and let us know your thoughts.