3 useful Android apps to make the most out of your phone


Every day there are more and more apps availble for Android devices. Here are 3 great ones.


Cabinet is a beautiful and functional file explorer. The app lets you browse all your files and intelligently sorts them. You can search for documents, change the view and the sorting mode, add and edit folders or even add shortcuts to them on your homescreen. The slide-out menu has shortcuts to the most used folders such as your SD card, downloads and more. Cabinet also lets you change the theme and customize the colours to match your liking.


Snapseed is Google’s own photo editor. The app is very functional and lets you change many parts of your pictures. There is also a variety of available filters. Snapseed is great both for quick and advanced editing. The gesture-based interface is clean and easy to use. Even though it doesn’t have additional features such as a collage maker, Snapseed is one of the best photo editors for Android.


This app lets you set custom actions that are triggered by an NFC tag, your device’s status (the battery or the Bluetooth/Wifi connection), at a certain time, when you plug in the charger or a pair of headphones, when you recieve a notification etc. You can add actions such as toggling Wifi, changing the brightness, changing the sound profile, opening an application, playing a sound and much more. Trigger makes using your device much easier.

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Patrick is a student and tech enthusiast, mostly interested in UI design, Android modding and custom ROMs.
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