Best Free Unique Android Apps Must Have 2020

Here are some free unique android apps available on Google Play. Try these useful unique android apps to become a pro android user. Here are some unique apps that make the Android system great. These apps are from all categories. Try these apps yourself and see the results.

Unique android apps 2020

 

Made in India

This app lets you scan the barcode of any product and determine the origin country of the manufacturer. Wondering how to identify the origin country of the Product’s company.

Here is the first-ever app – Made in India, available in two languages- Hindi & English, through which you can know the Product’s company origin.

As Country is following the #AatmaNirbhar Initiative, it is important for all people to use this Made in India app and know the product’s company origin. Not only company origin, but you can also get more information as per GS1. Also, in this app, you can scan any type of QR code to get more details.

 

Vita

VITA is a simple video editing app with trendy content. Anyone can make high-quality videos with VITA. This is a new free video editor that everyone should check out.

In simple words consider Vita as a canvas but with a video editor. First of all the whole interface timeline and editing layout are designed for portrait mode. We edit our Instagram stories on this. The biggest highlight of Vita is its templates.

Vita gives you a lot of transitions text templates, audio effects, background music to use for free as of now. You can export everything at 1080p without watermark and that’s just rare as of now. In case you still get a watermark just head over to the settings and turn off this watermark.

 

Actuflow

This is a plain simple app. In the app, you have to turn on this “active mode” and now whenever you unlock your phone it asks you the reason for it.

So it aims at increasing your productivity and lower down your mobile phone usage. additionally, there is even a toggle within the app that lets you remind the reason why you unlock your phone.

The concept is very simple. Turn on Actuflow mode in the app when you want to focus and Actuflow will ask you to type a reason for unlocking every time when you pick up your smartphone. Then you will be able to check your actions in the app and analyze them.

Of course, you have a choice not to fill the form in case if you really know why you unlocked the smartphone, but to develop a habit you have to be honest with yourself and fill the form as many times as you can.

 

Adobe Photoshop camera

This is an app with the built-in editor but the editing part is mostly simple. However, the highlighted part of this camera is these camera filters or lenses.

Because unlike Instagram and Snapchat it is real-time and you can apply it to the photos you have clicked before. Photoshop Camera is packed with amazing AI-powered features that help you take gorgeous selfies, food and scenery shots, and more.

Quick fixes like auto-tone and portrait control mean you can create high-quality photos with a simple tap or swipe of your finger.

 

Lucidpix

It converts your pictures to 3d images using AI. The app feels a bit bloated with social media integration. Moreover, in the privacy policies, I couldn’t find the mention of the retention time of user data and neither the option to manually delete your data so use it at your own discretion.

Create, edit, and share 3D photos 📷 that really pop! Capture or make any photo 3D, customize with color filters, fun 3D frames, and 3D text or emojis. Share on social media, directly with friends in messaging apps, or in the LucidPix 3D Gallery.

 

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Wavelet

It’s an equalizer app that I’ll rate on par with VIPRE FX and maybe more friendly because it doesn’t require root. Wavelet is primarily for headphones because it has a whole database of headphones for which it can auto EQ.

But you can use it with pretty much any earphones two or neckbands. The best part is the equalizer isn’t always on like the other Android equalizer apps. You don’t have this persistent notification. It only kicks in when you launch a music player on top of it. it has pretty useful built-in presets.

 

Lock screen widgets

Android had lock screen widgets way back in Android 5. It was removed later. This lock screen widget lets you have widgets on your lock screen. The app is paid at 130 INR or around one point nine dollars. But totally worth it.

You can keep you to-do notes on the lock screen so you could take a quick glance. Also if you put up multiple widgets on the lock screen you can swipe to access them.

 

DontkillMyApp

This is a new app called don’t kill my app. It’s from the makers of sleep my Android app which is supposed to measure sleep data but it gets killed in the process.

The official DontKillMyApp app is here – make apps finally work properly even if you do not own a Pixel. Helps you set up your phone background tasks so that your apps can finally work for YOU even when not looking at the screen right now. See how is your phone doing and test different settings with the DontKillMyApp benchmark.

 

Protake

It lets you apply a number of presets to your footage. Hence if you blog or shoot, you can calibrate the footage before. Protake brings the filmmaking experience of professional cinema cameras to your mobile devices.

No matter you’re a daily vlogger, a commercial director, or a well-established filmmaker, you will benefit from Protake’s features.

 

Quality Time

This is a very useful app for many people who want to save their time. This app lets you know how much time spent the whole day while using your phone.

Then you can minimize your phone usage to save your time. QualityTime offers a unique and in-depth analysis of your smartphone activities by tracking total usage, screen unlocks, and individual apps with hourly, daily, and weekly summary reporting options.

The app provides the ability to curb your habits by using actionable features allowing you to set your own time restrictions like ‘alerts’, ‘take a break’ and ‘scheduled breaks’.These features can help you manage and control your usage when needed.

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