The top 10 Android apps of the month [April 2018]

We've selected ten of the best apps released in April 2018; a list that's packed with high-quality tools that are worth checking out.

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The month is winding down yet again, and we all know what that means…the month of April has amazed us with its rain (or snow, depending on where you live) and its selection of new high-quality apps. We’ve selected ten new apps that you’ll want to try ASAP, but it could have easily been a much longer list. We’ve whittled it down to a selection of new browsers, tools to help you learn how to program, and apps that aim to help us relax. Without further ado, here are the best Android apps that came out in April. 

top apps abril 2018

Notifix

Swiping down the notification bar can actually be a stressful action when you have a huge list hiding up there. That’s exactly why it’s never a bad idea to have a handy app like Notifix to help you keep everything organized and under control. You won’t miss a single detail from these notifications — all the information stays intact — but you’re sure to gain back some mental health as you find everything more neat and tidy. [Download]

Notifix

Internet: fast, lite, and private

The arrival of this browser has been a surprise given that it was developed by Amazon. Obviously, they didn’t rack their brains too hard when choosing a name. Internet: fast, lite, and private does what it promises: the app only takes up 2.4MB and it has all the features to become one of our favorite lightweight browsers. It still has a way to go, but it’s definitely moving in the right direction. [Download]

Internet: fast, lite, and private

Audiobook Reader: Turn any ebook into an Audiobook

One of our discoveries of the month is this tool that converts ebooks into audiobooks. You can download different formats (EPUB, MOBI, PRC, FB2, PDF) and you’ll have the possibility to customize the app however you like. This tool uses Amazon Polly to convert these texts and also lets you choose between different voices to liven up the experience. It’s a pleasant surprise that lets you enjoy all sorts of texts while on the go. [Download]

Audiobook Reader

TextAssured

We’re seeing more and more apps that let us respond to messages automatically. TextAssured is one of the latest to jump on the bandwagon and, although it’s still somewhat wet around the ears, it’s one of the most efficient options we’ve seen. After setting up the message you want to respond to calls or texts with, you can choose the different situations you want it to work in automatically. It’s always nice to take a little break from our smartphones. [Download]

TextAssured

Loffee

If you’re looking for a way to listen to Lo-Fi music as simply as possible, Loffee is the app for you. It’s a tool that’s as pretty as it is easy to use, that lets you listen to songs from this genre without too much hassle. All you have to do is tap a mood and then swipe horizontally until you find a song you like. Also, you can set a timer so the app stops playing when it’s done. The perfect option when you’re trying to fall asleep. [Download]

Loffee

Google Tasks

Google seems to have an endless flow of apps ready to be released. Google Tasks is its latest creation and it’s presented as an extension of the task list we already have in Gmail. A lot of people use Keep for this, but Tasks is here to fill the need for focusing exclusively on to-do lists. It’s a tool that’s simple and direct, although we’re not sure if it will manage to make a place for itself or if it’ll end up in the Google’s metaphorical junk drawer of forgotten apps. [Download]

google tasks

Opera Touch

Another company that makes us lose track of how many apps they release is Opera. This time, they’ve decided to thrill us with a new browser: Opera Touch, an app that’s different from the rest thanks to the use of Flow technology that lets us send content between our phone and computer. It’s a feature that reminds us of Pushbullet, although this new browser also has a good handful of extra features: a shortcut button that lets you use it with one hand, and the ability to search via voice or QR code. [Download]

opera touch

Sleep Music

There’s no limit of options for apps that use music to relax us in the immense Android catalog. They’re available in all shapes and sizes, but Sleep Music has caught our attention for how easy it is to use. All you have to do is choose the music and enjoy. You can set the time you want the music to play, and not much else. After all, we don’t need every app to be packed with a million features. In fact, most of the time we’re actually happier with an app that simply does what it promises to do. Plus, it’s almost impossible to get tired of listening to the songs because there are tons to choose from. [Download]

Sleep Music

Exodus Privacy

Privacy protection is something worth fighting for. Using apps like Exodus Privacy helps in this task because it informs you of all the permissions and trackers that the apps you have installed use on your smartphone. It’s a free tool that helps you look out for one of your basic values and that offers an extensive database to help you cross-check the information. [Download]

Exodus Privacy

Grasshopper

JavaScript is one of the most important programming languages and this app can help you understand the basics. It doesn’t matter what level you have, Grasshopper teaches you programming with different exercises and games that make the experience more enjoyable. It’s the perfect tool for anyone who’s just getting started on the subject. [Download]

Grasshopper

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