Smartphones have paved the way of technology to a new generation of ease and comfort. They are tools made for the betterment of humans as a whole and includes almost every bit of information. There is a bunch of stuff that you can do with an Android. Below are some best utility tools and apps to help you explore more about the device.
1. Find My Device by Google
One of the most helpful and easy to use apps, Find my Device is an app by Google that pings the location of your device when it is lost or stolen. There are other devices with which it is compatible as well. Features like locking your device and a message that pleads to return the device to the owner are also available. This is free of cost app by Google and is easily accessible so many people use it and it is quite popular.
GasBuddy helps you find fuel stations on your phone which is convenient for those who are in a pinch or in a hurry and don’t have time to ask for directions for a gas station nearby them. It can also be used to find the cheapest station in your town which can save you quite a bit of money. This app, however, is only accessible in the USA, Canada, and Australia right now. Although the limited area accesses are a drag, the upside to this, however, is that you can save a lot of money with this.
Managing your phone and monitoring its activity, GlassWire is an app that shows you when apps use data. Those on data plans can view where their data went. Exactly how much data did they use? It can also be used for security purposes where you can redirect data back to the server. Other features include customizable data alerts, a real-time graph showing data usage, and other customization features. The price of this app can be up to $9.99 depending upon the version you buy from the Play Store.
4. LastPass Password Manager and Authenticator
Ever thought about the time when you will lose your consistency to remember and forget all your passwords? Well, worry not because with LastPass you can store passwords in this password storage apps. You just need to download the app and then it wouldn’t matter about the efficiency of your memory. Because even if it fails you can find your password over here and sync it across platforms such as on PC, mobile, tablets, and other devices. With a price of $12 per year, this app is available on Google Play.