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Android Apps To Elevate Your User Experience

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The Android community is the biggest one in the smartphone market. With users numbering up to 2.5 billion, almost everyone has an Android smartphone in their house. Although most Android phones work fine as they are, there are some apps that you can use to further enhance your experience with your device.

There are a lot of apps out there that make things easy. Many developers have created tools that help you with daily tasks by either making them easy or by making them faster. If you are looking for apps that will help you do so, then you are at the right place. Here are some android apps to elevate your user experience.

GoTellMama

GoTellMama is a blog rather than an app. It focuses on helping people monitor people around you, especially your children. In this day and age, where bullying is still prominent, and people are afraid to come out. You can use the tips from the site to check up on your children and figure why they’ve been acting so gloomy these days.

The blog shares valuable insights on parental control apps and other kinds of tips that will help you keep everything in check. Worried that your lover is not being faithful to you? Check their messages from the tips that the site provides. The creator of the blog is a cybersecurity expert, so you can have confidence in the information that it provides.

GasBuddy

How many times has it happened that you were driving and suddenly saw the low fuel light blinking? If you are in an unfamiliar area, then getting to the nearest fueling station can be a hassle sometimes. GasBuddy is an app that helps with just that and more.

 

You can easily find the nearest fueling stations and mark them if you are going on a long road trip. It also helps you to find the cheapest gas in your area. So, it also helps you save money. You can be a part of its community and report the gas prices to help others out as well.

 

The only downside to this app is its availability. The app is only workable in the US, Canada, and Australia as of now. Support for more countries is on the way.

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