The month of October brought forth some major news and events in the tech world. The much-awaited Google Pixel 2 was launched, a major Whatsapp feature was released, and thousands of apps were added to Google Play Store.
Thousands of Android apps. Hmm …
Okay, I might be exaggerating a bit there but the number is more or less always in hundreds and we, at Guiding Tech, took the liberty of sifting through the plethora of Android apps to find the best ones for you.
So, without further ado, let’s get to know 7 incredible Android apps that you should use this November.Also See: Top 10 Free and Exciting Android Games for November 2017
1. Pixel 2 Launcher
If you haven’t been living under a rock, you must have heard all the buzz about the Pixel 2 launcher. In fact, few other launchers such as Nova or Action Launcher now lets you emulate the Pixel 2 look.
However, if you want the Pixel 2 look without investing much time on other launchers, the best option is to get the Pixel Launcher sideloaded to your Android.Download the Pixel Launcher here.
Created by XDA user paphonb, this launcher emulates the Pixel 2 look perfectly. All you have to do is download the file and install it after enabling Unknown Sources in Settings.Read More: GT Explains: Sideloading Apps on Android and How to Get it Done
2. Owl Browser
Given the amount of tracking and privacy concerns making rounds, a private browser is a mandate for every Android phone and Owl Browser fits the bill perfectly.
The app gives you the option to browse faster while letting you to maintain your privacy at the same time. It isn’t too heavy on the system and also boasts of a speed dial (saved sites on the app home screen).
3. NavBar Animations
The world of navigation bars doesn’t have many capable Android apps. Just a few months ago, the popular Navbar Apps was launched. Joining this league is NavBar Animations (No Root).
This app lets you customize your device’s navigation bar by adding stylish and trendy animations at the top. All you have to do is pick your choice and enable it.
The best thing about this app is that you can change the animation speed, color, and the animation triggers as per your choice.Other Stories: 3 Cool Tricks to Customize the Android Navigation Bar
4. Droidy Wallpapers
If you ask me, I find the name Droidy a bit geeky. However, true to its name, Droidy Wallpapers offers a collection of quirky wallpapers.
Whether it’s a majestic skyline of a city, a Simpson character, vintage cars or artsy wallpapers, you’ll find it all here.Also Read: 7 Cool Wallpapers Apps for Android Wallpaper Fans
5. Another Widget
Don’t treat Another Widget like just another widget-maker. Okay, that was a lame joke. I take it back.
On a serious note, I found this widget-maker to be quite handy. Another Widget aims to bring a portion of the Pixel 2’s look to your Android phone.
It’ll smartly summarize your calendar events, along with weather information, and bring it to your home screen.
The best thing about this app is that it doesn’t choose the settings randomly and gives you the option to customize your calendar and weather settings.
6. Sano Icon Pack
Want a minimalist yet stylish icon pack to grace your phone’s home screen? Say “Hi” to Sano Icon Pack.
It has a whopping 3,500 icon styles under its umbrella and lets you choose from a variety of colors.
So, if you want your weather icon to be blue, and the calendar icon as red, the Sano Icon Pack can make it happen.
7. Icon Pack Mixer
You must be wondering ‘why another icon pack’? Well, it’s because having the same type of icons is passé.
Icon Pack Mixer does what its name suggests. It mixes the shapes of the icons. It starts off by choosing the best icons from all of the installed icon packs and lets you pick the best ones.
Though the initial process is a bit lengthy, the end result is a mixture of both class and style, provided you have picked up the best icon packs.Read More: How to Change Fonts on Your Android Device Without Rooting
Which Is the One?
These were some of the best Android apps that were released in the last couple of months. Which one of these will be your first pick?
If my guess is correct, it’s the incredible Pixel Launcher, right? If not, please do drop a line or two in the comments below saying what other apps did you pick and why? We’d love to hear from you!See Next: How to Get Stock Android Look on Any Phone
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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