Top 10 Best Android Apps March 2020

Aadil Raval
By Aadil Raval
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I can easily assume that whatever type of app you wish for is available on Google Play Store thanks to its humongous catalog. Unless you don’t know what exactly you are looking for, there might be some discrepancies when searching for it. We at True-Tech tend to follow an ideology where we showcase the top 10 best (new & old) apps that you must try. Don’t worry as these are those usual high-ranking apps that you can easily find but rather intriguing apps that let you do stuff in one way or another. Let’s take a look at this comprehensive Top 10 Best Android Apps March 2020 that you must give a try.

1. One Shade

One Shade: Custom Notification
One Shade: Custom Notification
Developer: ZipoApps
Price: Free

Want to spice up your phone’s user experience? Well, try One Shade, the app that lets you customize the icons, notification panel like never before. It changes how you use the drop-down menu as you can customise its theme, icon shape and size, features, and more. Although the app doesn’t perform that well with its free version which is pretty limited, the premium version unlocks the ability to add music, full color customization, notification card theme, custom background picture, auto bundled and quick reply to name a few. It is a must-try according to me.

 

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2. Measure

Measure
Measure
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free

It’s annoying when you want to measure something like the width of the table or height of any object and you can’t find a measuring tape to do it. Well, Measure uses virtual reality to impose a measuring tap on-screen that you can use to measure any object height, width, breadth, size, etc. The app lets you switch between imperial and metric systems whichever is applicable in your country. You can simply turn on the built-in camera app and use the viewfinder to find the object you want the measurements for and it will be displayed on the screen so you can take a screenshot if you want.

 

3. Calm

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Calm: Meditation und Schlaf
Calm: Meditation und Schlaf

Stress is becoming a part of our lives more than often. Well, Calm helps combat stress with its programs that help alleviate mood by decreasing the stress levels. Recommended by mental health experts and psychologists, Calm brings programs ranging from managing stress, deep sleep, gratitude, happiness, relationships, and more spanning over 3 to 25 minutes that you can practice to feel fuller and lighter. The app has a tonne of in-app purchases if you are looking for more. It also offers guided and unguided meditation, breathing exercises, and soothing music that brings the stress level down. It is a great app to curb someone’s feeling of denial of stress.

 

4. NordVPN

NordVPN

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Enjoy the world of the internet with NordVPN, the best Android apps for VPN on Android that you can have. It is a secure VPN that lets you connect to the internet via your Android-enabled smartphone or Android TV or table and enjoy the internet without the limitations imposed by your ISP or the government. The app has over 60 servers around the globe that you can use to virtually access the internet from in seconds while staying protected against any cyber threats and without giving away any sensitive information. The app is great for those trying to access content blocked by their respective country or ISP.

 

5. Libby

Libby von OverDrive
Libby von OverDrive
Developer: OverDrive, Inc.
Price: Free

Libby lets you fish. Although metaphorically, the app lets you fish out audiobooks and ebooks from your local library. It lets you search for the book you want and borrow it from the local library for a specified period. You can ship out the ebook to your Kindle or listen to the audiobooks while doing your everyday without any hassle. You can sign up with multiple library cards and get a zoomdable graphic novel or audiobook and more on the go.

 

6. Beta Maniac

Beta Maniac

Beta Maniac
Beta Maniac
Developer: Mirko Dimartino
Price: Free

Trying out new features on any app is great. For what it is worth, it is even great to get a feature that nobody has received yet and flaunt it on social media. Yep, I am talking about beta features that are rolled out to a selected few before rolling out to others. However, these beta updates can be found spread across Google Play Store so that’s pretty tiring to find all. Beta Maniac does this by bringing all apps with their beta versions that you join or subscribe to. The app will keep you notified about the beta updates as well.

 

7. Podcast Addict


A podcast is not exactly something new but it has started grabbing eyeballs around the world as they are becoming popular by the day. With Podcast Addict, it lets you listen to any podcast recording to hundreds of platforms available out there. It channels all the podcasts & Audiobook, Twitch, YouTube, and SoundCloud and more in a single app. The app does have a few ads to showcase although, with more than 750K podcasts for free, it is just a tiny price to pay. There are plenty of customization options available within the app that you can try out too.

 

8. Prisma

Prisma Bild-Editor & Filter
Prisma Bild-Editor & Filter

I don’t know if you know it but people were crazy for Prisma at one point of time. Although it is still a powerful photo editing tool, people have moved on to newer editors. Prisma brings hundreds of styles to choose from with filters that you can use with new releases every day. There’s a creators community that you can share your work with or discover photos from others. With over 120 million users, Prisma is undoubtedly one of the best Android apps for photo editing. It has enhancement tools to fine-tune pictures, tools that you can use to make photos alive and more.

 

9. Screencode

Screencode: Share Text Offline
Screencode: Share Text Offline

A secure and a sort of out-of-the-box file sharing app is Screencode. It creates a screencode that is similar to QR code and barcode although it stores a lot of information such as an entire photo or documents that you can share with anyone nearby without any Wi-Fi or Bluetooth or any other method. The recipient requires to scan the screencode on the sender’s device and the file will be shared although with slow speed so you need to be patient. But hey, it is worth a try.

 

10. Steno Notes

Steno Notes - minimalistic not
Steno Notes - minimalistic not

Need a distraction-free writing app, check out Steno Notes. It keeps the functionalities of taking down notes, substracts the various distraction-causing elements that other apps offer to give you a minimalistic-looking user interface. The app has beautiful & inspiring color schemes & themes to choose from where you can keep all your notes organized with folders and even hashtags. The app breaks the boundaries imposed by traditional writing apps giving you a much cleaner and cheerful interface to interact with that will surely spike your thoughts & creativity to do more.
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I can easily assume that whatever type of app you wish for is available on Google Play Store thanks to its humongous catalog. Unless you don’t know what exactly you are looking for, there might be some discrepancies when searching for it. We at True-Tech tend to follow an ideology where we showcase the top 10 best (new & old) apps that you must try. Don’t worry as these are those usual high-ranking apps that you can easily find but rather intriguing apps that let you do stuff in one way or another. Let’s take a look at this comprehensive Top 10 Best Android Apps March 2020 that you must give a try.

1. One Shade

One Shade: Custom Notification
One Shade: Custom Notification
Developer: ZipoApps
Price: Free

Want to spice up your phone’s user experience? Well, try One Shade, the app that lets you customize the icons, notification panel like never before. It changes how you use the drop-down menu as you can customise its theme, icon shape and size, features, and more. Although the app doesn’t perform that well with its free version which is pretty limited, the premium version unlocks the ability to add music, full color customization, notification card theme, custom background picture, auto bundled and quick reply to name a few. It is a must-try according to me.

 

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2. Measure

Measure
Measure
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free

It’s annoying when you want to measure something like the width of the table or height of any object and you can’t find a measuring tape to do it. Well, Measure uses virtual reality to impose a measuring tap on-screen that you can use to measure any object height, width, breadth, size, etc. The app lets you switch between imperial and metric systems whichever is applicable in your country. You can simply turn on the built-in camera app and use the viewfinder to find the object you want the measurements for and it will be displayed on the screen so you can take a screenshot if you want.

 

3. Calm

- Advertisement -

Calm: Meditation und Schlaf
Calm: Meditation und Schlaf

Stress is becoming a part of our lives more than often. Well, Calm helps combat stress with its programs that help alleviate mood by decreasing the stress levels. Recommended by mental health experts and psychologists, Calm brings programs ranging from managing stress, deep sleep, gratitude, happiness, relationships, and more spanning over 3 to 25 minutes that you can practice to feel fuller and lighter. The app has a tonne of in-app purchases if you are looking for more. It also offers guided and unguided meditation, breathing exercises, and soothing music that brings the stress level down. It is a great app to curb someone’s feeling of denial of stress.

 

4. NordVPN

NordVPN

- Advertisement -

Enjoy the world of the internet with NordVPN, the best Android apps for VPN on Android that you can have. It is a secure VPN that lets you connect to the internet via your Android-enabled smartphone or Android TV or table and enjoy the internet without the limitations imposed by your ISP or the government. The app has over 60 servers around the globe that you can use to virtually access the internet from in seconds while staying protected against any cyber threats and without giving away any sensitive information. The app is great for those trying to access content blocked by their respective country or ISP.

 

5. Libby

Libby von OverDrive
Libby von OverDrive
Developer: OverDrive, Inc.
Price: Free

Libby lets you fish. Although metaphorically, the app lets you fish out audiobooks and ebooks from your local library. It lets you search for the book you want and borrow it from the local library for a specified period. You can ship out the ebook to your Kindle or listen to the audiobooks while doing your everyday without any hassle. You can sign up with multiple library cards and get a zoomdable graphic novel or audiobook and more on the go.

 

6. Beta Maniac

Beta Maniac

Beta Maniac
Beta Maniac
Developer: Mirko Dimartino
Price: Free

Trying out new features on any app is great. For what it is worth, it is even great to get a feature that nobody has received yet and flaunt it on social media. Yep, I am talking about beta features that are rolled out to a selected few before rolling out to others. However, these beta updates can be found spread across Google Play Store so that’s pretty tiring to find all. Beta Maniac does this by bringing all apps with their beta versions that you join or subscribe to. The app will keep you notified about the beta updates as well.

 

7. Podcast Addict


A podcast is not exactly something new but it has started grabbing eyeballs around the world as they are becoming popular by the day. With Podcast Addict, it lets you listen to any podcast recording to hundreds of platforms available out there. It channels all the podcasts & Audiobook, Twitch, YouTube, and SoundCloud and more in a single app. The app does have a few ads to showcase although, with more than 750K podcasts for free, it is just a tiny price to pay. There are plenty of customization options available within the app that you can try out too.

 

8. Prisma

Prisma Bild-Editor & Filter
Prisma Bild-Editor & Filter

I don’t know if you know it but people were crazy for Prisma at one point of time. Although it is still a powerful photo editing tool, people have moved on to newer editors. Prisma brings hundreds of styles to choose from with filters that you can use with new releases every day. There’s a creators community that you can share your work with or discover photos from others. With over 120 million users, Prisma is undoubtedly one of the best Android apps for photo editing. It has enhancement tools to fine-tune pictures, tools that you can use to make photos alive and more.

 

9. Screencode

Screencode: Share Text Offline
Screencode: Share Text Offline

A secure and a sort of out-of-the-box file sharing app is Screencode. It creates a screencode that is similar to QR code and barcode although it stores a lot of information such as an entire photo or documents that you can share with anyone nearby without any Wi-Fi or Bluetooth or any other method. The recipient requires to scan the screencode on the sender’s device and the file will be shared although with slow speed so you need to be patient. But hey, it is worth a try.

 

10. Steno Notes

Steno Notes - minimalistic not
Steno Notes - minimalistic not

Need a distraction-free writing app, check out Steno Notes. It keeps the functionalities of taking down notes, substracts the various distraction-causing elements that other apps offer to give you a minimalistic-looking user interface. The app has beautiful & inspiring color schemes & themes to choose from where you can keep all your notes organized with folders and even hashtags. The app breaks the boundaries imposed by traditional writing apps giving you a much cleaner and cheerful interface to interact with that will surely spike your thoughts & creativity to do more.
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