5 Android Apps Should Download on New Android Phone


Here is Five Best Android Apps you should download on your new Android Smartphone running on Android Jelly bean.

Samsung has just announced their newest mid-end handset, going by the very popular naming of the top Android Device of 2011. Galaxy S II Plus is a 4.3-inch device powered by a dual-core 1.2 Ghz chip and with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean pre-installed out of the box.

Since most of the latest Android Phone comes with Jelly Bean and recent android phones also promises to be updated i thought it would be better to give you an idea of some of the best android apps you should download on right away on a new android phone. Checkout the list below featuring 5 Android apps for a new jelly bean smartphone.


5 Android Apps Should Download on New Android Phone With Jelly Bean

Conjure is a new type of launcher for your Android device. It is kind of pre-fetches info about all your installed apps and settings and anticipates the one you want once you start typing its name. On Android 4.1 and above, you can set it as the default action when swiping from the home button to launch Google Now. It is the fastest way to launch any app or change the device’s settings.


Jelly Bean 4.2 Alarm Clock


It is a shame that the Galaxy S II Plus does not come with the latest version of the OS – Android 4.2 instead it runs 4.1 Jelly Bean version. One of the highly rated Android 4.2 Alarm Clock feature on latest version of OS can be enjoyed through this app. This clone offers the same very clean and good-looking interface and many functions, including a stopwatch and timer.


Remover for Jelly Bean


To free some space and keep things tidy, you might want to get rid of some applications comes pre-installed on a new android phone. This app works with rooted as well as non-rooted devices and allows to do the job. It is one of the fastest and simplest ways to remove apps, either it system app or downloaded off the Play Store.


ReNotify Notification Maker


If you want to work with the new Jelly Bean notification system, this might be the perfect app to do it. It places custom expandable notifications in the tray, in case you want to remember things to do. You can also have an image or a list appear when expanding the notification. The app supports a very clean and highly intuitive interface.


Hide It Pro


For those concerned with privacy on our newest smartphone, this top app will re-leave you of any of your worries. Use it to hide and protect just about any piece of sensitive info.  It works with pictures, contacts, text messages, videos and just about anything you can think of. The app disguises itself as an Audio Manager and you can access your vault any time with a certain gesture.


Let us know which other apps you have installed on your shiny new android phone. Also don’t forget to checkout our Top 10 Free Android Apps For This Week.