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Welcome to AppyHapps.com! A place to review your favorite mobile apps for any platform all in one fantastic location. We at AppyHapps just simply love apps! We love to experience them, talk about them, share ideas for new apps etc; and now we are doing what we know best: creating a community anyone can be a part of, where we can all contribute to helping people make better choices when downloading apps for their devices. Our goal is to help the beginning novice to get through the tough haze of all this new technology and gain a clear view of how to accomplish their goals using their favorite devices. We proudly invite you to browse through our app reviews or to leave a review of your own to help grow the community or maybe even to help promote a new app that you think deserves attention.

Mobile Apps Are Not Just For Your Phone Anymore

Mobile apps used to be just for your phone but these days apps can be found anywhere from your TV to your Refrigerator; they are infiltrating all aspects of our world as technology creeps ever closer into our organic existence. The usefulness and vast amount of resources and actions available through apps along with the unifying and stable operating systems that host and connect these little bits of software together comprise what has become a clear way forward for developers, engineers, creatives and all the like who have great ideas and want to get them out to the public quickly for many different reasons. We at AppyHapps solute the ever growing domain of mobile applications wholeheartedly and applaud the ever farther reaching imaginations of today’s most incredible achievements.

Incredible Technology At An Incredible Pace

At your fingertips now exists a vast amount of information and computational abilities that have never been so concentrated or so available to the public before. Futurists for the past few decades have predicted amazing leaps in technology and many saw into the present and promoted the idea that technology will move into the hands of the people. Mobile phones and their incredibly increasing abilities coupled with a skyrocketing developer industry and constantly changing application technology developments make for one of the most exciting industries to watch and experience in our present time.

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  • Dark Sky
    Dark Sky

    Ideal for: Those looking for accurate, no-nonsense short-term local weather forecasts

    An app that has created its own niche in making accurate local weather predictions, Dark Sky makes smart and clever use of algorithms and data readings to offer short-term local forecasts. The app is intuitive, yet packed with a lot of data, from daily and weekly forecasts, wind levels, and temperature levels to radar views. The app also has a time machine feature that allows users to take a look at weather conditions – this applies to past as well as future dates. What really makes it stand out, however, is its sheer accuracy when it comes to predicting and tracking oncoming storms.

    All said and done, Dark Sky also offers long-term forecasts that cover a much wider area and are just as accurate as their short-term counterparts.

    Price: $3/year (Android); $4/year (iOS)

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  • Weather Underground
    Weather Underground

    Ideal for: Those who need/have to adjust their activities according to weather conditions

    Armed with a simple, buoyant and intuitive interface and well-put and smart features, Weather Underground gives its users the ability to access weather forecasts on the go. Brimming with features, the app displays vital and practically useful data such as sunrise and sunset times, ski resort reports, weather forecasts, and severe weather alerts. Additionally, the app has its own “smart forecast” feature, which is very useful for those pursuing outdoor activities such as hiking, biking or running. All the user needs to do is describe characteristics of the weather most suited to their outdoor activity, and the app will suggest when that weather will be most eminent.

    Price: FREE

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  • Carrot Weather
    Carrot Weather

    Ideal for: Those who want an accurate yet casual way to look at weather forecasts

    For anyone looking for an app that does the basics best – look no further. Carrot Weather is an app that takes the phrase, “basic, functional and straightforward” to a whole new level. There is graphic on the top to give users an “at a glance” view for short-term forecasts, along with meteorological data that the user by the hour, day and week. Other data, such as temperature, humidity and wind speed also have their own slots.

    That’s not to say that the app fails to keep its users coming back to use it – for instance, it uses perky film references and quips alongside its data to keep users entertained and interested, without going over the top.

    Price: FREE (Android); $5 (iOS)

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  • Flowx
    Flowx

    Ideal for: Those who prefer to have a weather app that is accurate as well as pleasing aesthetically

    Viewing data at a stretch can get really boring – even if its vital and useful. Flowx helps users get into the flow (pun unintended) of viewing data as a dynamic entity by transforming them into mesmerizing, aesthetically suiting, yet highly functional visualizations. Vital information like humidity, precipitation and temperature levels are displayed in a number of ways in the app – users can pick the visualization they prefer. The app also sports a highly-detailed radar map that allows users to jump backwards as well as forwards in time.

    Price: FREE (Android only)

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  • RadarScope
    RadarScope

    Ideal for: Anyone who love data – and requires to have all kinds of data available at hand

    Ideal for data geeks who prefer to have every single piece of information that they can possibly have on an event, RadarScope is an ideal app. Armed with a rather suprising amount of high-res data, the app displays the most up-to-date forecasts and does a marvelous job of keeping track of severe weather warnings and possible occurences. Self-descrived as the best “for weather enthusiasts and meteorologists,” the app comes with a price tag to boot. But those who have made the leap have not been disappointed. The app’s effectivess is rooted in the fact that its radar data is sourced from Terminal Doppler Weather Radar (TDWR) and “next-generation radar” (NEXRAD) – both creations of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. In layman terms, that’s the source professional weather forecasters use.

    Price: $10

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  • Weather Timeline
    Weather Timeline

    Ideal for: Those who want the essence of The Weather Channel forecasts on their phones

    Missing The Weather Channel on mobile platforms? Fret not. This ad-supported, free weather app that mirrors its parent channel offers data and the familiar classic feel. Data displayed includes visibility, wind, and temperature on hourly and daily bases, along with interactive maps which display the most uptodate Doppler radar data, and therefore showcase accurate and relevant weather alerts – both general and severe. Additionally, users can use social sharing features to upload and share images and other media across social platforms.

    Price: Free

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  • Airbnb
    Airbnb

    Ideal for: Searching and renting properties outside of the hotel network

    A name that needs no explanation, Airbnb has its own app that extends it features and makes it more accessible to its far-and-wide user base. Ideal for those who want to experience their travel destination at a more authentic and affordable level – and not stay in a resort or hotel, Airbnb lists homes, apartments and rooms that are rented out by homeowners. All the user needs to do is enter the location they are planning to visit, opt for the check-in and check-out date, and add-in the number of guests. Not only will Airbnb suggest suitable rooms and homes to rent, it will do so in a way that is tailored to the user’s requirements.

    Price: FREE

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  • Kayak
    Kayak

    Ideal for: Booking flights and hotels at the best possible rates

    The highly-rated and very popular travel website now has its own app! And not surprisingly has risen to become one of the most popular apps on app stores everywhere. The app carries forward all the great features from its website – from booking flights and hotels to comparison of best rates and features and customer service to assist with any hiccups and/or change in plans.

    Price: FREE

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  • Packing Pro
    Packing Pro

    Ideal for: Planning and organizing for trips

    As enjoyable as vacations are, packing can be a real hassle. There is always a lot to plan, and something always seems to go amiss. With Packing Pro, users can say goodbye to this problem. All the user needs to do is enter in basic information such as the trip duration, destination, weather conditions, and if applicable, any additional notes such as possible activities and access to things like a washing machine (or lack thereof). The app takes in all of this information and them makes a checklist of all items required and categorizes them into lists that can easily by saved and amended. The app also has a reminder which helps users remember important factors of the most abstract factors such as passport renewals.

    Price: $2.99

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  • Roadtrippers
    Roadtrippers

    Ideal for: Anyone going on a long-term road trip

    An ideal app for those looking to organize road trips, Roadtrippers both plans driving routes and allows users to book hotels at the same time. What really makes this app stand apart is the fact that the app find interesting yet less-traveled paths that users can explore, allowing users to find eclectic restaurants and quirky spots that they can easily bookmark and use as part of their plan.

    Price: FREE, with in-app purchases

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  • Google Trips
    Google Trips

    Ideal for: Looking for a good app on a familiar platform

    Set to supersede every other travel app soon (and that includes TripIt), Google Trips is one among the newest series of additions in the Google Apps Suite. The travel app is brimming with features, from maps and guides, to customized hours and lists of restaurants and places of interest. The app gathers all of its required information from the user’s Gmail account and stores it offline so that they can access their information even in places that have low reception or no internet. The app also have destination-based guides and features to suggest activities and find reservations.

    Price: FREE

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  • Snapguide
    Snapguide

    Ideal for: Those looking for a simple way to learn new things on the go.

    In today’s age of DIY and the option to learn almost anything at minimal to no costs, Snapguide is one of the best apps the curious and the perpetual learners can ever have, Combining the best of Pinterest and Wikihow, Snapguide allows its users to learn pretty much anything –be it recipes, arts and craft and gardening, or games, tricks and tools. Absolutely no genre or category is spared! Users can easily click on their preferred category and access the how-to guides by learning through swiping through the image-laden instructions on how a particular task or project must be completed.

    Price: FREE

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  • Slice
    Slice

    Ideal for: Those who like to track their packages through-and-through

    Tracking packages ordered online is a hassle on its own – especially so when the package contains sensitive and valuable material and/or it is prepaid. Obsessing over the tracking number only works for so long, especially when one has other things to do and manually entering the tracking number every time doesn’t really help stay on top of anything. Powered by Rakuten, Slice solves this problem by scanning emails for tracking numbers and/or order confirmations and goes on to find and broadcast information on the same. Information includes when to expect packages and dispatch and delivery dates.

    Price: FREE

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  • Divvy
    Divvy

    Ideal for: Those looking to split and pay their restaurant bill as seamlessly as they enjoy their meals

    Let’s face it – having to fairly split the restaurant bill between friends is a painful task at best. It is not always when one has an accountant or a math wiz on the table who could help make this seemingly painless task actually painless. With Divvy, splitting bills becomes as easy (or easier!) than the meal itself – the app simply scans the photo of the bill (snapped by the user) and itemizes it according to the number of friends sharing the meal. The app even includes tax and tip calculations.

    Price: $1.99

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  • Foursquare City Guide
    Foursquare City Guide

    Ideal for: City hoppers who love to explore

    Upgraded from its classic function of sharing location with friends, Foursquare now helps its users explore new places in locations both known and unknown. The app offers recommendations on the basis of the people its users follow and the topics they show their interest in. For instance, if the user loves Indian food, Foursquare will alert them whenever it locates an Indian eatery in the vicinity. Of course, this feature extends beyond restaurants – to just about any other place of interest one could visit.

    Price: FREE

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  • Toca Blocks
    Toca Blocks

    Ideal for: Being a suitable introduction to Minecraft

    As great as Minecraft is, it can get increadibly vast, complicated and even intimidating for kids. And that is exactly where Toca Blocks comes in. The app works much like Minecraft – sandbox and all – albeit in a much simpler form. That being said, Toca Blocks does not in any way limit the child’s imagination – much the opposite, in fact. The app’s 2D format makes it easier for kids to navigate, while the feature of “mashing” blocks together to combine them to make different formats and textures is easy and fascinating to young minds. Toca eliminates other, more complicated features, like survival modes and dangers, allowing kids to let their imagination run free – that is, until they level up to Minecraft anyway.

    Price: $3.99

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  • Peek-A-Zoo
    Peek-A-Zoo

    Ideal for: A simple app that is enjoyable and educative at the same time

    A simple-looking, single-screen app, Peek-a-Zoo makes for a deceptively educational and entertaining app for kids. Featuring a series of basic-looking cartoon animals, the game asks the player to identify said animal on the basis of a clue. The clue in question could be an action, posture, sound, or emotion – anything that is simple. Once the player correctly identifies the character, the scene changes to a new puzzle. Intuitive and pleasant, the app will not fail to garner the attention and smiles of children – and sometimes parents too.

    Price: FREE

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  • Sago Mini Friends
    Sago Mini Friends

    Ideal for: Kids who are just getting acquainted with mobiles

    The latest among Sago apps, Mini Friends is one of much better and more popular ones. The game rules are simple, yet interesting – the player has to choose a character and move around in the neighbourhood while barging into houses and playing the mini-games that awaits them in each. Games include fix birdhouses by hammering nails into them, “eating” snacks, and “playing” dress-up, among others. The most interesting this about these tasks is the way they are designed to introduce and promote empathy and kindness in children.

    Price: FREE

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  • Bbc Iplayer Kids
    Bbc Iplayer Kids

    Ideal for: Having kids watch programs on iPlayer without fear

    Much as everyone loves BBC iPlayer, there is always a hidden fear for kids to veer off from kids content and end up watching something that could either scar them or get them interested in something they shouldn’t. iPlayer Kids eliminates this problem by limiting its broadcasts to shows that are aired on CBBC and CBeebies. Besides this one crucial factor, iPlayer Kids functions just as the normal iPlayer – fast searches, simple and elegent interface, and the ability to download and watch offline are all included.

    Price: FREE

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  • Thinkrolls--Kings-&-Queens
    Thinkrolls: Kings & Queens

    Ideal for: Introducing kids to logic puzzles

    The latest in the Thinkrolls series, Thinkrolls: Kings & Queens gives its classic gravity and logic puzzles a regal twist. Just like its other editions, Kings & Queens’s goal is to make a clear pathway in a huge maze to allow the game’s hero to travel through. “Hurdles” include various type of contractions, from hatches, gears, bridges and animals to magical instruments that have effects on its surroundings. It’s a great way to get tiny tots to begin to develop their problem solving abilities through video games.

    Price: $3.99

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  • Pushbullet
    Pushbullet

    Ideal for: Those who require customized notification system

    Push notifications can get very annoying – but there are some notifications that are really essential, say, emails from your boss. Pushbullet is the tool that helps solve this problem by customizing the notifications that the user needs to receive – while blocking all others. The app is universal and has sync-able counterparts across all platforms, which makes it easier to send push notifications from one device to another – and from one person to another. Pushbullet also makes it possible to copy and paste across devices – like copying something from the Windows PC and pasting it on the mobile via the app.

    Price: FREE (basic); $4.99/month (for added features)

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  • Grammarly
    Grammarly

    Ideal for: Anyone who values having impeccable grammar

    No matter how big a grammar wiz one might be, there is always room for mistakes, especially when people tend to be focused on several tasks all at once. With Grammarly, users can take it easy, knowing that the app automatically finds and highlights all kinds of Grammar and continuity errors – even those that are rare and therefore go undetected by human beings. The app is universal as well – allowing you to easily sync it through your devices via Plug-ins and Add-ons using a universal Grammarly account. In addition to this, it can easily sync with other apps on your mobile as well.

    While the app isn’t a cure all – it may not be able to understand industry-centric terms, it is a great tool to help tighten up the quality of the written word for any and all of your communications – sometimes that itself goes a long way.

    Price: FREE (Basic); $29.99/month onwards (Premium)

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  • LastPass
    LastPass

    Ideal for: Keeping all of their passwords in check

    In today’s day age, with the number of online accounts increasing by the hour, remembering all passwords is an impossible task – as is finding a unique and secure password for each account. LastPass helps eliminate both of these problems by creating secure and unique passwords, and then storing said passwords privately and securely. The app also has added features like automatic checking for insecure passwords, the ability to share passwords with families and team (as and when applicable), and auto-updates for security purposes. Additionally, LastPass also stores other kind of sensitive information such as addresses and card information.

    Price: FREE (basic); $2/month onwards (Premium)

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  • Todoist
    Todoist

    Ideal for: Tracking productivity in the most productive way

    Activity tracking is something that is known to get boring. With Todoist, that becomes history. A productivity tracker that lets users track their activities in style, Todoist has additional features that prevents tracking to become a bore. In addition to checking tasks, Todoist gathers data on how tasks and being done, and compiles it into a “karma score” at the top corner of the app.

    That isn’t where its uniqueness ends though. Todoist also works as a fantastic app for businesses and teams – with smart features like the “Quick Add” tool which recognizes projects and dates easily, and the ability to tag others using the “@” symbol. Projects can be organized both horizontally (i.e. across people) and vertically (i.e. in order of time and priority).

    Price: FREE (core features with 80 active projects and unlimited tasks); $29/year onwards for Todoist Premium

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  • Scanbot
    Scanbot

    Ideal for: Those looking for the best scanner in a mobile

    There are times when one needs to scan documents ASAP….and all they have is their phone. In times like these, Scanbot is the go-to app for high-quality scans. Though not a universal app (it does not have a desktop and browser counterpart – just the mobile app), it is undoubtedly the best option available for scanning documents with a mobile phone. Armed with a very competent scanning tool, all a Scanbot user needs to do is take a snap of the document – and the app will do the rest. Files can then be easily saved in Google Drive, OCR, or using in-app purchases. Bonus features include text recognition, annotation of scanned documents, and direct faxing via from the phone.

    Price: FREE with In-app purchases starting at $4.99

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  • Foxit
    Foxit

    Ideal for: Anyone using PDF files on a regular basis

    In these days, PDF files are to the digital world as paper is to the office – making it all the more essential to have a system in place to help use them easily across digital platforms – from different devices to different PDF viewers and beyond. Foxit allows users to use and communicate their PDF files across platforms and devices without a hitch. From PDF creation and editing and reading to sending via various medium, this app allows users to do it all – without the need of additional apps. With a wide range of customization options available to suit various needs, there is something for every type of business and its requirement.

    Price: FREE (basic functions); $7.99 per month onwards (for added features)

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  • HelloSign
    HelloSign

    Ideal for: Using valid signatures in the digital world

    In today’s day and age, having a digital equivalent of one’s signature – one that is valid and legal – is a must. HelloSign allows users to sign documents – digitally, eliminating the immediate and almost-compulsory need to have to find a way to make hard copies whenever the need arises. All one needs to do is draw their signature on the mobile app and click on the signature field to add said signature. Users can also enter in their name, and have the app generate a unique signature.

    That’s not where the benefits of the app stops, however. The app has several additional features that make it ideal, such as the ability to make and save template documents (as opposed to making Word documents and importing them), the ability to work with other mobile and web apps via integration, and companion apps, like the HelloFax app, which lets users “fax” documents digitally as well.

    Price: FREE (for 3 signed documents every month); $15 onwards per month (starting Pro plan for unlimited documents)

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  • MindMeister
    MindMeister

    Ideal for: Those who struggle to bring their ideas to reality

    An ideal app for creative, but scattered minds, MindMeister helps its users track their ideas in a tangible fashion to allow them to understand their value (or lack thereof) and act accordingly. The app’s core concept is it’s “mind map” – a specialized journal of sorts that lets users put down their otherwise scattered ideas within a comprehensive framework, and then build upon that. Starting a mind map is simple – all one needs to do is double-click anywhere on the canvas to start with a fresh idea, and then proceed to list everything they possibly can. They can then either build upon it themselves or invite their team to share and brainstorm.

    Price: FREE (includes 3 mind maps); $4.99/month onwards (starting from Personal Pan for unlimited mind maps)

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  • Pocket
    Pocket

    Ideal for: Those who use bookmarks and prefer to have them in place

    A fantastic alternative to oversaturated bookmark menus in browsers, Pocket allows users to save their favorite websites in a way that is organized and easily accessible. Instead of having to deal with bookmark menus (or manually Google searching websites every time they need to go back to something), users can simply add their favorite websites, articles, and videos by tapping the Pocket button in their browsers and filing them for future use.

    Price: FREE (core features); $4.99/month (Premium)

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    Coinbase

    Ideal for: Anyone who has anything to do with Cryptocurrencies

    One of the most popular and effective cryptocurrency wallets, Coinbase supports what is probably the largest range of cryptocurrencies of any apps. The app allows for trading all the major cryptocurrencies —Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ethereum Classic, and of course, Bitcoin and Ethereum, and has practical plans to involve other currencies in the near future. Armed with a simple interface, the app is easy to use for even the most inexperienced in matters of cryptocurrency. All the user needs to do is verify thweir identity (by uploading a personal document – such as passport), and they can access spending limits of $25,000 daily.

    Price: FREE

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    Wally

    Ideal for: Tracking personal expenses consistently

    Tracking personal expenses is one of the most vital aspects of organizing one’s life. However, with the amount of attention to detail and repetitions it can also be quite the boring and daunting task, which often takes people away from the very purpose of the task. Wally helps avoid this entire mess by allowing users to take a photo of their bills and receipts, which the app reads and logs automatically – thereby preventing the hassle of users having to log their expenses in manually. The app also fills in location-related information for users who can and/or choose to use geo-location on their phones. The app itself, while serving a lot of functions, has a clean and intuitive interface, making for an unmatched level of user experience. The best thing? All of this, at no price whatsoever – all of Wally’s features and capabilities are absolutely free!

    Price: FREE

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    FilmoraGo

    Ideal for: Anyone looking  for an simple, no-nonsense and effective video editing app

    One of the best video editing software in the app market, FilmoraGo picks up on the goodwill of the very competent and highly rated Filmora video editing software. Ideal for newbies and experienced folks alike, FilmoraGo allows users to create text and subtitles, add filters and overlays, add music to videos, and of course trim videos.

    Price: FREE, with in-app purchases

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  • Pocket Yoga
    Pocket Yoga

    Ideal for: Anyone looking to start on yoga the DIY style

    Like the name suggests, Pocket Yoga allows users to pay attention to their health – the DIY style by showcasing over 200 postures with direction on how they must be done. The postures also come with vital health advice. The animations are clear, short and deliver the message seamlessly, and all the user needs to do is follow them as they would a teacher. The app is also good for those who do attend classes but want to brush up on their knowledge.

    Price: $3

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    Ocean View AR

    Ocean View AR is an Augmented Reality experience. Create portals to underwater worlds and explore the marine life. Take pictures and videos of your encounters and share with friends

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    TELEGRAM

    Guessing by the kind of popularity this app is gaining, Telegram may soon become WhatsApp’s equal (or at least, the next best thing). The app is high-speed, which is a feature it really prides on. Armed with security encryption and a Snapchat-like auto-destroy messages feature, Telegram definitely poses as a safer choice to most.

    That being said, Telegram lacks some of the added features like audio clip messaging and stickers. It is, however, compensated by the 1GB capacity file transfer ability. The interface too, though simple and minimalistic, is quite tasteful and contemporary.

    Who owns it? Russian social network giant VK owns Telegram

    Users: The app has reportedly received over 5 million signups during the recent WhatsApp downtime

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    SKYPE

    The most popular app for video-conferencing via desktop and mobile also has an instant messaging feature that can be used as a replacement to Whatsapp. It is only an unfortunate coincidence that the app, which is easily available on all platforms has a lower preference rate when it comes to text messaging.

    The app has a lot of features, complete with stickers, emojis and GIFs. What really brings the app down, however, is its association with paid calls for a service that is increasing becoming more and more free. And while it has the largest database, people are generally apprehensive of sharing their personal contact info (such as emails and usernames), as compared to apps which use mobile numbers.

    Who owns it? After having changed ownership several times, Skype is now owned by Microsoft.

    Users: As of 2010, Skype has 663 million registered users, with 280 million monthly active users.

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    LINE

    One of the few messaging services that actually gained popularity in Asia, LINE was a household name in Asia when it was introduced in Europe. Not only is this messenger app one of the more efficient one, it is also one of the better-looking (and lesser-congested) ones as well. The app has a seemingly never-ending list of features (which keep increasing with every update). Features include audio calls, app-exclusive games, blog services, stickers, and companion apps, among others. While the heavy emphasis on manga and cute cartoons may be discouraging for some sections of the European audience, the app in general has favorable customer reviews from all over the globe. The app’s third-party IP feature also makes it an ideal messaging platform looking to escape parental supervision.

    Who owns it? LINE is owned by Naver, a South Korean search giant

    Users: Over 300 million monthly active user

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    VIBER

    Launched four months after Whatsapp (December 2010, to be precise), Viber is one the best option if you aim to switch to a messaging platform with a large user base – chances of your existing contacts being on this platform already are very high! This app has every feature that Whatsapp, with the added feature of being able to use your cellular data to make audio calls to anyone in your contact list. Along with cool features like group chatting and cool stickers, the app also has a feature that allows you to seamlessly move from a text conversation to a phone call on the same screen, which can really come in handy with friends and acquaintances living out of the country.

    Who owns it? Viber is owned by Rakuten, the Japanese e-commerce giant.

    Users: Over 100 million monthly active users

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    Movies by Flixster, with Rotten Tomatoes

    Ideal for: Those who want all-things-movies in one place.
    Packed to the brim with features, Flixster is a simplistic app, which allows users to do many things on a single platform – from getting showtimes for their favorite theaters, ordering tickets via Fandango, connecting to social networks to share reviews and ratings, to even getting the Rotten Tomatoes scores (and that too, without having to leave the app). This simple and smart app is a must-have for any movie-buff.

    Price: FREE

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    30-day fit challenge workout

    One of the best fitness apps on Android, the 30-day Fit Challenge has been developed by a leading fitness coach, and has won several top awards including (but not limited to) the Best Self-Improvement App (2016).

    A rare app that has actually been scientifically proven in its effectiveness, 30 Day Fit Challenge mainly specializes in at-home workouts and offers a trio of 30-day challenges namely a full body challenge, an abs-workout challenge (to help get those washboard abs), and a butt challenge (to build a better-looking booty). Every one of this “trio” itself consists of three difficulty levels namely, beginner, intermediate and pro.

    The app is totally fit in the features department as well. Besides recording your progress and tracking the amount of calories you burn, the 30 Day Fit Challenge Workout features in-depth video guides that help you execute your exercises with the best-possible precision so that you can progress faster and avoid injuries. It also syncs seamlessly with Google Fit.

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