Top 10 Best Android Apps January 2022

Aadil Raval
By Aadil Raval
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The Google Play Store has way too many apps than the App Store but the thing is, you can’t and you shouldn’t try them all. We as users usually have a fixed quota of apps installed on the phone, some may replace one or more apps with a new one. This is why most of the apps remain undiscovered by the masses and many apps are marked underrated for tier functionalities. We at True-Tech come up with a best android apps list every month, and here is the top 10 best Android apps January 2022 edition that you should check out before you know the year ends.

1. eLabels

eLabels

eLabels - manage email labels
eLabels - manage email labels
Developer: Lior Iluz
Price: Free

If you get a lot of emails (who doesn’t) and want to organize it well, eLabels is an app for you. It works with Gmail only and lets you label emails so that they are organized well. Labels are essential folders so if you are subscribed to a newsletter from True-Tech, you can create a label and all the emails will be added to it. You can add, edit, or delete rules, unread badgers, set background color, change listing visibility of any label, and more with eLabels. It works with the official Gmail app so you must have it installed. Once you are done setting it up, all the emails will be well-organized and available at your disposal when you want to access them.

2. Droid Commander

Droid Commander

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Droid Commander - Dateimanager
Droid Commander - Dateimanager

Need a revamped file manager to interact with files on your phone, well, Droid Commander can help. It has an intuitive drag & drop feature with a pretty easy-to-use interface. You can transfer files between your phone and the PC with wireless data transfer. Moving on, we app lets you search files, view PDF files, add shortcuts, and basically another way to interface with your files.

3. Edge Lighting

Edge Lighting

Edge Lighting Galaxy Dynamic
Edge Lighting Galaxy Dynamic
Developer: flysoftvn
Price: Free

I get it, there are hundreds of apps using the same term “Edge Lighting” as their names. This one is from Flysoftvn and has a much larger user base. It lets you add edge lights to your phone. You can tweak its thickness, color, speed, duration, and other aspects. The app has a color filter screen, rounded corners, and simply changes the outlook you’d have towards your phone whenever a notification or call arrives. Yes, you can change a lot of things and which apps to display edge lighting over and more in the Settings itself.

4. Pinnit

Pinnit

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Pinnit
Pinnit
Price: Free

We check out notifications hundreds of times a day. Pinnit is a note and a task reminder app that pins all your messages to the notification panel. This means you can pin a notification and every time you slide down the notification panel, the notification is right there available for your consumption, be it some notes you want to take or a task you want to remind yourself to do at a certain point in time. This isn’t a biggie but it is surely a must-try.

5. Lexis Audio Editor

Top 10 Best Android Apps December 2021

Lexis Audio Editor
Lexis Audio Editor
Developer: pamsys
Price: Free

Want an app to create new audio recordings and use your phone for its post-production, Lexis Audio Editor is an app for you. It offers a bunch of features in its trial version although the paid version expands the horizon of what you can do. You get options to delete, silent, trim, fade out and fade in the section of the audio clip. There’s a 10 band equalizer if you want to tweak those decibels and get the best sound possible. Change tempo, pitch, speed, or work with multiple audio formats to finish your project on time.

6. Orphic

Top 10 Best Android Apps December 2021

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Orphic: Expand Your Vocabulary
Orphic: Expand Your Vocabulary

We add fewer words to our vocabulary as we age. If you are someone who would like to learn new (and weird) words that you would like to include in your vocabulary for some reason, you can try Orphic. The app has a list of hundreds of weird and rarely used words that you can learn and incorporate in your conversations adding a cool new word every day. Orphics serve you unfamiliar words in English complete with their definition, notation, and other details that could be looked for along with the word itself.

7. Digitox

Digitox

Digitox : Bildschirmzeit
Digitox : Bildschirmzeit
Developer: Digitox
Price: Free

Do you know just how much time you spend on your phone every day? Let’s find out with a cool app called Digitox. It gives you input on how much time you spend on your phone every day. It also has notifications and unlocks counters as well as network statistics, categorized screen time usage, and more. You can even add parental control by putting an app limit by pin. There’s a tonne of easter eggs on how often you use the phone with Digitox.

8. Magic Earth

Magic Earth

Magic Earth Navigation
Magic Earth Navigation
Developer: General Magic
Price: Free

You already have Google Maps installed on your phone so why would you need another one? Turns out Magic Earth is a biggie as it lets you find routes and access maps in over 233 countries and without any internet connection. Simply download the section and you are good to go with plenty of points of interest, parking places, and other sites of importance wherever you are visiting. The app operates on OpenStreetMap data so keeps updating itself quite often making you ready for your next roadmap to a place much easier.

Other features on-board include AI Dashcam, navigation, HUD, traffic info, public transport, and weather among others.

9. Pocket Physics

Pocket Physics

Pocket Physics
Pocket Physics
Developer: Geckonization
Price: Free

It is exactly what the name suggests. Pocket Physics is a great app for education as it lets you get familiar with basic physics concepts, formulas, and equations with definitions, examples, and more. It offers a lot of core concepts, tips on how to prepare for exams, and more. It gets frequently updated that keeps the knowledge base consisting of topics from gravity to optics to thermodynamics to astronomy and a dozen of others on just a tap away. Physics can be a lot of things and Pocket Physics makes you familiar with the concepts way ahead of time. It is available in English and Polish and more languages will be added soon.

10. Hypernotes

Hypernotes

Hypernotes
Hypernotes
Developer: Zenkit
Price: Free

If you are looking for a robust note-taking app, Hypernotes is the answer. It is a bit different from other note-taking apps you might have used as it lets you collaborate with your team members. The app creates a map of notes so you know how to note A is connected to sub-note A1, A2, and A3, and so on. It can be summoned as an advanced task management app allowing you to have enterprise-grade level admin and user management.

Closing Phrases

These were the top 10 best Android apps I could find for December 2021. Of course, there is a hidden treasure of apps waiting to be discovered so you can come back for January 2022 later. Meanwhile, check out the listicles from previous months.

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The Google Play Store has way too many apps than the App Store but the thing is, you can’t and you shouldn’t try them all. We as users usually have a fixed quota of apps installed on the phone, some may replace one or more apps with a new one. This is why most of the apps remain undiscovered by the masses and many apps are marked underrated for tier functionalities. We at True-Tech come up with a best android apps list every month, and here is the top 10 best Android apps January 2022 edition that you should check out before you know the year ends.

1. eLabels

eLabels

eLabels - manage email labels
eLabels - manage email labels
Developer: Lior Iluz
Price: Free

If you get a lot of emails (who doesn’t) and want to organize it well, eLabels is an app for you. It works with Gmail only and lets you label emails so that they are organized well. Labels are essential folders so if you are subscribed to a newsletter from True-Tech, you can create a label and all the emails will be added to it. You can add, edit, or delete rules, unread badgers, set background color, change listing visibility of any label, and more with eLabels. It works with the official Gmail app so you must have it installed. Once you are done setting it up, all the emails will be well-organized and available at your disposal when you want to access them.

2. Droid Commander

Droid Commander

- Advertisement -

Droid Commander - Dateimanager
Droid Commander - Dateimanager

Need a revamped file manager to interact with files on your phone, well, Droid Commander can help. It has an intuitive drag & drop feature with a pretty easy-to-use interface. You can transfer files between your phone and the PC with wireless data transfer. Moving on, we app lets you search files, view PDF files, add shortcuts, and basically another way to interface with your files.

3. Edge Lighting

Edge Lighting

Edge Lighting Galaxy Dynamic
Edge Lighting Galaxy Dynamic
Developer: flysoftvn
Price: Free

I get it, there are hundreds of apps using the same term “Edge Lighting” as their names. This one is from Flysoftvn and has a much larger user base. It lets you add edge lights to your phone. You can tweak its thickness, color, speed, duration, and other aspects. The app has a color filter screen, rounded corners, and simply changes the outlook you’d have towards your phone whenever a notification or call arrives. Yes, you can change a lot of things and which apps to display edge lighting over and more in the Settings itself.

4. Pinnit

Pinnit

- Advertisement -

Pinnit
Pinnit
Price: Free

We check out notifications hundreds of times a day. Pinnit is a note and a task reminder app that pins all your messages to the notification panel. This means you can pin a notification and every time you slide down the notification panel, the notification is right there available for your consumption, be it some notes you want to take or a task you want to remind yourself to do at a certain point in time. This isn’t a biggie but it is surely a must-try.

5. Lexis Audio Editor

Top 10 Best Android Apps December 2021

Lexis Audio Editor
Lexis Audio Editor
Developer: pamsys
Price: Free

Want an app to create new audio recordings and use your phone for its post-production, Lexis Audio Editor is an app for you. It offers a bunch of features in its trial version although the paid version expands the horizon of what you can do. You get options to delete, silent, trim, fade out and fade in the section of the audio clip. There’s a 10 band equalizer if you want to tweak those decibels and get the best sound possible. Change tempo, pitch, speed, or work with multiple audio formats to finish your project on time.

6. Orphic

Top 10 Best Android Apps December 2021

- Advertisement -

Orphic: Expand Your Vocabulary
Orphic: Expand Your Vocabulary

We add fewer words to our vocabulary as we age. If you are someone who would like to learn new (and weird) words that you would like to include in your vocabulary for some reason, you can try Orphic. The app has a list of hundreds of weird and rarely used words that you can learn and incorporate in your conversations adding a cool new word every day. Orphics serve you unfamiliar words in English complete with their definition, notation, and other details that could be looked for along with the word itself.

7. Digitox

Digitox

Digitox : Bildschirmzeit
Digitox : Bildschirmzeit
Developer: Digitox
Price: Free

Do you know just how much time you spend on your phone every day? Let’s find out with a cool app called Digitox. It gives you input on how much time you spend on your phone every day. It also has notifications and unlocks counters as well as network statistics, categorized screen time usage, and more. You can even add parental control by putting an app limit by pin. There’s a tonne of easter eggs on how often you use the phone with Digitox.

8. Magic Earth

Magic Earth

Magic Earth Navigation
Magic Earth Navigation
Developer: General Magic
Price: Free

You already have Google Maps installed on your phone so why would you need another one? Turns out Magic Earth is a biggie as it lets you find routes and access maps in over 233 countries and without any internet connection. Simply download the section and you are good to go with plenty of points of interest, parking places, and other sites of importance wherever you are visiting. The app operates on OpenStreetMap data so keeps updating itself quite often making you ready for your next roadmap to a place much easier.

Other features on-board include AI Dashcam, navigation, HUD, traffic info, public transport, and weather among others.

9. Pocket Physics

Pocket Physics

Pocket Physics
Pocket Physics
Developer: Geckonization
Price: Free

It is exactly what the name suggests. Pocket Physics is a great app for education as it lets you get familiar with basic physics concepts, formulas, and equations with definitions, examples, and more. It offers a lot of core concepts, tips on how to prepare for exams, and more. It gets frequently updated that keeps the knowledge base consisting of topics from gravity to optics to thermodynamics to astronomy and a dozen of others on just a tap away. Physics can be a lot of things and Pocket Physics makes you familiar with the concepts way ahead of time. It is available in English and Polish and more languages will be added soon.

10. Hypernotes

Hypernotes

Hypernotes
Hypernotes
Developer: Zenkit
Price: Free

If you are looking for a robust note-taking app, Hypernotes is the answer. It is a bit different from other note-taking apps you might have used as it lets you collaborate with your team members. The app creates a map of notes so you know how to note A is connected to sub-note A1, A2, and A3, and so on. It can be summoned as an advanced task management app allowing you to have enterprise-grade level admin and user management.

Closing Phrases

These were the top 10 best Android apps I could find for December 2021. Of course, there is a hidden treasure of apps waiting to be discovered so you can come back for January 2022 later. Meanwhile, check out the listicles from previous months.

Share This Article
Follow:
A wordsmith, a kin tech observer, a sci-fi fanatic and a scientific documentary buff.
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