A new month calls for a fresh list of apps. Yep, you read that right. The Guiding Tech team is back with yet another list of the best new Android apps that were released in the last couple of months.
The month of March 2019 is all about new unique apps and customization apps. From an exciting little navbar app to a tape-measuring app, we have them all neatly packaged in this post.
Let’s have a look!
1. Language Navi
It’s true that most Android apps are in English. However, it would be wrong to say that all apps are in English. If you want to explore apps that are not in your native language, then you’re in luck. Language Navi will help you bridge the gap.
This nifty app converts text inside apps such as menus, buttons, and text snippets into a language of your choice. All you need to do is select the source and target language, and the rest will be taken care of by the app.
What you’ll love about the app is its amazing array of supported languages, all thanks to its use of the Google Translate API.
Using this app is super easy. Simply open Language Navi, give the required permissions and tap on an app from the list (say, for instance, Google Play Books). Now, select the languages and hit launch.
Depending on the length of the text, the app may take some processing time. Speaking of the accuracy, most of the time it’s spot and helps to get the meaning across.
2. YouCam Video
YouCam Video is the new video-centric app in the social media space. This neat editor enhances your videos by introducing a host of different effects, filters, text, etc.
And if that isn’t enough, you can even stitch together a couple of photos together to make a snazzy clip. And let me tell you, the transition effects can jazz up even the plainest videos.
The app’s interface is a no brainer. Almost all the functions are self-explanatory. The only thing that might bother you is the watermark.
Thankfully you can remove it by upgrading to the paid version.
3. Aroundsound Audio Recorder
If you are someone who loves keeping voice notes for their ease of access, Aroundsound Audio Recorder is the perfect app for you. Compared to the stock recorder, this app gives you customization options like crop, edit, renaming, bookmark, or save an old one as a new recording.
The best thing is that these recordings get synced to the cloud storage services. Also, it will pick up the location on its own and store the recordings as per the time of the day. Say for instance you have recorded a voice note at 11 PM at Delhi; it’ll be named automatically as Night Voice Notes, Delhi.
This naming convention is good as long as you don’t record plenty of notes in a day. If you do, you can always change it via the Edit option.
You can also pause a voice note midway. Tapping on the three-dot menu will give you the editing options.
4. Easy Pedometer
As suggestive of its name, Easy Pedometer helps you calculate your steps and keep a tab on how much you have walked or ran.
You can set a goal for yourself and well as see the time you have been active. The app awards you with cool titles when you complete milestones.
What I loved about Easy Pedometer is that there’s an ultra-cool lock screen widget to keep you motivated throughout the day. If you are planning to get fit by making the best of busy day, this is a must-have app.
I couldn’t get my pedometer to go beyond 200 steps. Sigh.
5. Smart Navigation Bar
App makers started experimenting with the phone’s nav bar after several phone makers began ditching the physical buttons in favor of gestures and software keys.
Though apps like Navbar Apps let you have a static image on top of the navbar, Smart navigation bar goes a step further and lets you add a moving or animated image to it.
The developer Yogesh Dama has crafted this smart implementation and he is known for bringing Android Pie-like volume controls to non-Android P devices.
Just choose a picture which you want to display at the bottom. Next, select the animation rate.
You can also choose to include a few lines of text, though this step is not mandatory. Once done, all you have to do is save it and Ta-Da! Hello, new nav bar.
Though I didn’t see a significant battery lose on my OnePlus 6, you might want to keep the battery usage under check during the first few days while using this app.
Yes, that’s the actual name of the app. No kidding! Though Moasure is almost a year old, the reason for its inclusion in this list is because it recently crossed over from the paid zone to the free zone.
As you may have guessed already, this is a smart measure system which uses your phone’s camera and its sensors to calculate the distance between two points or to find out the angle between two walls.
Setting up the app is a bit of a task. You’ll need to calibrate the sensors, just as you’d calibrate a map. There are various tutorials inside the app to help you with the measurements. You can use your phone as a measuring tape with this app.
7. Auto Stamper
Are you tired of checking the photo Info tab for date and time? If yes, the Auto Stamper will be your new BFF. This neat little app stamps the date and time on the corner of every photo so that you know when a particular picture was taken.
The best thing about this app is that it works on top of the stock camera. All you have to do is select the date-time format and select the font. Furthermore, this app gives you three additional logo options to choose from.
Auto Stamper works automatically, and you do not have to worry about giving permissions each time you click a photo.
Hello, Unique Apps!
These are some of the apps that were released in the last couple of months. The best thing is that each is unique. So which one of these will you get first? My guess is Moasure.
Do let us know in the comments section below.
Next up: Have you checked our Apps of the Month post for February 2019? If not, do hit the link below.
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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