Best iOS and Android Apps for 2016

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Whether you own a Samsung or an Apple handset, apps play a vital role to how we enjoy our mobile phones. With so many apps on both the App Store and Google Play Store, finding the right apps for your phone and your needs can be quite daunting. To help you along, we’ve done the legwork and listed below the best apps for Android and iOS phones this 2016.

Microsoft Office Suite

Available for Android and iOS, this app is valuable for users who want to bring their productivity to their mobile. The suite includes the most vital, which are Word, Excel and Powerpoint. If you’re working on something on your desktop and you want to bring it to your mobile phone, the app provides maximum file compatibility. You can edit, view and create documents, spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations right on your little handheld device.

Feedly

Another productivity app available for Android and iOS worth downloading is Feedly. If you’re into reading whether on your desktop or mobile phone, this app will manage and merge your news fed in a seamless, mobile-friendly manner. You can also save articles on your app, which you can view even when offline through another app called Pocket.

WhatsApp

Why overspend on your phone contract’s excess texts allowance when you can download WhatsApp? The app is available for free download for Android and iOS phones. The phone is one of the most popular mobile messaging apps there is. It lets users send text, phone and even voice or video message to other WhatsApp users on your contacts. All these are for free provided that you have a compatible device and you have Internet connection.

Workout Trainer

Whether you’re maintaining a healthy lifestyle or you want to start a new fitness project this year, Workout Trainer is a handy app that might help with your goals. It is available for free on both Android and iOS platforms. The app provides users easy access to a variety and a wide range of workout programs to choose from. The app also provide both audio and video instructions.

MyFitnessPal

If you’re into counting calories, there’s no better app for this purpose than Calorie Counter by MyFitnessPal. It is available for free for both Android and iOS. The app lets you set goals then record what you eat, exercise and more in a day. The app has a large database of food in its system making it easier for users to record their food intake day in and day out and keep track of calories.

PocketGuard

Whether you’re a student, a fresh grad or a long-time professional, you are not exempted to budget. If you want to do so on the go, PocketGuard may be the best app to download. The app is available for both Android and iOS. The app is like your all-in-one bank. It lets you budget your money then track your bank accounts. With the app handy on your phone, you’ll know whether your account has enough to spend for the day. It allows users to seamlessly connect to their card and bank accounts through a secure read-only connection.

 

Real Racing 3

Available for Android and iOS, this free app is exactly what you need if you’re into mobile racing games. With this game, it’s all about the racing experience you’ll enjoy right on your mobile. You can practically drive the wheel of real world cars on rendered real world racetracks. Racing on your mobile doesn’t get any better than this.

 

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