Top free apps on Android

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Not everyone has an iPhone but for those who have Android on their phones, here are some of the best free apps you can find on the Google Play Store (in no particular order).

Do you need a better way to take notes on your phone? Look no further than Evernote, with the ability to add video, audio, photos, and sketches into traditional text notes. Some of the added benefits include its cross-platform use, device sync, and quick access from the home-screen.

Another popular app on this list is Wattpad. Wattpad is an app where one can share, read, and write stories. There are plenty of works on the app and readers can add their own comments in for others to respond to.

Phones aren’t exactly known for video editing software, but one good and free one available on the Google Play Store is Quik. While it isn’t exactly the next Adobe Premiere, Quik is great for mobile use and for temporary, short videos to upload onto another platform or application.

Not everyone wants to listen to or view silly videos online. TED, from TED Conferences LLC, has less of those cringy cat meme videos one would find online. While there are some videos on TED with comedic vibes, the majority of the content is insightful and educational.

Being sick of your bland “get up already” alarm is no fun. However, it isn’t the same as being annoyed by a quirky one. That’s the purpose behind Funny Wake Up Ringtones, more comedic and perhaps less productive compared to the previously-mentioned apps. Regardless, it is a blast to annoy your friends, family, and others.

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