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#1 Posted : Tuesday, December 29, 2015 4:36:14 PM(UTC)
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12 apps hữu dụng nhất cho Android

1. CamScanner - First on our list is CamScanner. It’s true that most people don’t need to scan documents and send them, but for those cases where you do, this is the app to try. It allows you to use your phone camera to scan documents and then alter the documents if you need to. Using the app, you can send the form to any email address or even fax it for a nominal fee. The app also includes OCR support (turning images into text), collaboration features, editing features, and cross platform support.

2. ES File Explorer - ES File Explorer seems to be able to do it all. On top of being a good file explorer, you can also connect to network drives, FTP services, and other web-based storage (including cloud storage) to access all of your files practically anywhere. The app can also be set to delete any existing files when uninstalling applications which can be useful for keeping things organized. It also comes with a basic task killer, cache cleaner, root exploring (root access required), and Bluetooth file browsing.

3. Evernote - Evernote is a note-taking, to-do list, and pseudo-cloud storage app. It has cross-platform support on both mobile and desktop devices so you can sync your work and access it almost anywhere. The app itself lets you keep notes, write out missives, jot down ideas, and create to-do lists. These can all be organized in notebooks so you can keep track of your work. Notes can be shared between people for collaborative purposes. You can also attach images for a more multimedia experience. The app has long been heralded as one of the best ever released on Android and it’s powerful enough for almost any note-taking behavior.

4. IF by IFTTT - IF by IFTT is an application that allows you to automate otherwise boring or tedious tasks on your device by making connections. For instance, let’s say you wanted to save tweets on Twitter that you’ve favorited. You can have IF recognize when you favorite a tweet and then it will save the contents of that tweet to your Evernote account. The app is limited only by the user’s creativity and imagination and allows users to create all kinds of connections. Whether it’s saving ads on Craigslist based on a keyword or saving pictures from Instagram, you can make IF by IFTTT do it.

5. Google Drive - Google Drive is Google’s cloud storage solution and it’s by far the most powerful. Embedded in the experience is a full suite of office apps including Docs, Sheets, and Slides that allow you to do word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations. On top of that, Google Drive also houses the information created by Google Keep (Google’s answer to Evernote), Google+ photo upload, and more. It can be used in almost any web browser on any platform and there is support for other Google services. Of all of Google’s services, Google Drive could be called the hub that drives it.

6. Google Play Music - There are plenty of music streaming services and music players out there, but few meld the worlds together as well as Google Play Music. On top of having a competitive streaming service (Play Music All Access), Google Play Music also lets you upload up to 50,000 of your own songs to the cloud for streaming anywhere (must be done on a computer). The web based player is usable on any platform and the app is also available cross platform. It also serves as a hub where you can buy music like iTunes. It’s a great way to back up your music (it can be downloaded again at any time) and stream it anywhere.

7. Google Translate - No traveler should step foot onto an airplane going abroad without having this app installed. It can translate between 90 dialects which covers most of the world. You can translate by using handwriting, keyboard input, voice input, or even video input. For instance, you can point your camera at a sign and Translate will put it into a language you can understand. It works offline so you don’t need a web connection. You can also save translations and access them between devices.

8. Pushbullet - Pushbullet is an application that allows you to interface with your device directly from your computer. It allows you to answer your messages, see who is calling you, and see your notifications directly from your computer screen. On top of that, you can transfer files between your computer and device although we do recommend you keep the files smaller because transfer times can take a bit. You can also copy something from your computer or device and paste it on the other device. It’s a great, simple, and free way to move seamlessly across devices. Another great option in this area is AirDroid.

9. Smart Tools - One of the earlier sets of tools that made Android useful were simple things like a level, ruler, and other measuring tools. Smart Tools takes that philosophy and puts it in a comprehensive suite of features. Smart Tools includes 16 tools in all, including various ways to measure things, a compass, GPS, sound level meter, flashlight, mirror, magnifier, and even a unit converter. These are all niche tools that not everyone needs but those who need these kinds of things usually need all of these tools and not just one. This app gives you all of them and at a reasonable price.

10. SystemPanel App - SystemPanel is a system monitor app and resource manager. It allows you to see (and end) tasks and processes that are open. We don’t recommend that you actually use it as a task manager because it’s borderline useless to try to do so, but there are other things you can do. SystemPanel’s true use is the ability to record and monitor your system. It records what apps wake up, use your device, and how often. This can help you find rogue apps that are eating your battery or apps in general that are acting naughty. The design won’t win any awards, but being able to see what is doing what on your device is practically invaluable.

11. Tasker - Tasker is a long-time favorite of Android nerds and for good reason. Tasker allows you to make your device do practically whatever you want. That is not a statement made in hyperbole. With root access, you can make your device do almost anything literally with your imagination being the limit. There is a steep learning curve but there are plenty of FAQs and tutorials online to help you get the swing of things. Tasker, with help from some other apps, is a great way to program NFC tags or create processes and tasks. There is also limited Android Wear support for Tasker.

12. Titanium Backup - Titanium Backup is a root-only application and one that has been a cornerstone of the root user experience for years. It’s used by many to backup their applications including app data in case of factory reset or ROM flashing. You can also use the app to freeze bloatware to prevent it from being used similar to Android’s disable feature. If it’s an app you really don’t want, you can forcibly remove it entirely from your system. Those are the main features, but the app boasts dozens more to help you manage the apps and systems on your device.

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