The Apps That Everyone NEEDS On Their iPhones And Androids | Essential Apps

Posted on Dec 30,2017 in Tech


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You cannot have a phone and not have Dropbox, it should be the first app you download. It helps you synchronize all of your files, folders, pictures, and videos. I know there are apps like Google Drive, however I do believe that Dropbox is the best cloud based system.


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You’re getting unlimited storage for your pictures and videos. On top of that, you’re getting the amazing features that Google Photos offer you can’t compare to anything else. It’s completely free and everything is unlimited. The only downside is, if you film 4k video on your phone, it will degrade the quality to 1080p. However, if you want to upload in 4k, then your storage will be limited.


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This all comes down to preference. They are both great apps, and it’s hard to pick one. However, I might have to give it to Google Keep, because I like the way it organizes things better. They both have very similar features, and in the end of the day, it’s what you would rather use. You can’t go wrong with either one.


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We all take pictures and videos, and I feel that the camera app that comes with the phone is very limited. ProCam opens that up for you. You can mess with the ISO, Exposure, White Balance,  it’s like having a real camera with you at all times. You can customize the camera before you take the picture and have it the way you want it. Unfortunately, this app is not free, it costs about $5, however with the features that come with it, ProCam is totally worth it. You can even change the resolution within the app from 4k to 720p instead of going to setting and keep messing with the quality.