Like many people, I’ve been trapped inside for the majority of this year. One positive aspect of this experience has been the number of new apps I’ve been able to experiment with on my Android phone. Looking for the best Android apps in 2020? You’ve come to the right place. This post will run through some of my favourite apps that I’ve been using throughout the year.
I’ve been a big Google Keep user for years, but recently started using Evernote instead. The depth of control and features you get with Evernote works much better than other options in my opinion. As a gambling fan and reviewer, I’m constantly keeping track of new updates in the world of online casinos. Apps like Evernote make it easier for me to collect my thoughts and keep on top of the content I add to this site.
2. 888 Casino
I don’t often play at Gamstop casinos, but the 888 Casino app is good enough that I make an exception. I really enjoy how simple it is to use. 888 also has a few exclusive slots that I particularly enjoy, so this app is a must on every phone I buy.
My area is definitely gambling, but I’m also into my photography. Being able to make deeper edits on the fly with an app like Snapseed is great. The editing sliders allow for a greater degree of control than your average stock smartphone editor. The built-in filters and effects work great too. One thing worth noting, is that Google acquired Snapseed within the past few years. If their track record is anything to go by, this app might not be around forever.
4. Simple Calendar
As a freelancer, it’s really important to me that I feel able to stay on top of my schedule. Simple Calendar is great for reminders and events management. For writing projects and upcoming betting dates, it does a great job of keeping me organised. I’m a bit of a tech nerd and switch phones quite frequently. I use this app mainly because it lets me export my settings in a .txt file which makes it much easier to quickly import my settings onto a new device without signing into yet another account.
I maintain quite a few online blogs and sites. Canva is my go-to app for quickly throwing graphics together for my posts. I’m terrible at anything to do with graphic design. Canva is designed in such a way that even a complete novice like me can make some pretty slick content.
Lockdowns (I know you’re sick of reading about lockdowns, sorry!) have kept me away from my family more than I’d like this year. Famelio has been a wonderful way to keep in touch. Family members can upload pictures and messages and convert them into calendars and other mementos. Famelio has been a great tonic against COVID-19 woes.