We’re compiling the best free Android apps you can download today, so you can find exactly the best apps without spending an inordinate amount of time exploring the Google Play Store.
There are apps for everything you can imagine, and many of them on the Google Play Store are free to download and use. While there’s a large range to choose from, only some are quality apps. And most free apps in the Google Play Store don’t meet our eligibility criteria. The ones featured here are the cream of the crop!
Given that finding apps that meant our high standards can be difficult, we hope you appreciate this series.
This is a new series with apps being added on a regular basis.
AntennaPod is a podcast manager and player that gives you access to millions of free and paid podcasts.
foobar2000 is an advanced music player with DNLA support.
Musicolet is an offline music player sporting an extremely stylish interface.
Podcast Guru is an amazing podcast player with a sublime interface.
RadioDroid 2 is an internet radio streaming app which uses www.radio-browser.info, a community driven radio station directory with the aim of collecting as many internet radio and TV stations as possible.
Radioplayer lets you listen to hundreds of UK radio stations.
Shazam identifies music, movies, advertising, and more, from a short sample.
Skywave Schedules is a shortwave radio listing guide and lets you listen live to remote receivers.
VLC is a fairly complete port of VLC media player supporting a huge range of formats.
Voice Audiobook Player is a simple to use audiobook player. The app sports a good range of features including bookmarks and configurable playback speed.
Internet & Networking
Discord lets you communicate directly via voice, video, or text.
Feeder is a RSS Feed Reader which doesn't track your activities.
Gmail is an easy-to-use email app for both Gmail and non-Gmail addresses.
K-9 Mail is an excellent open source email client supporting both POP3 and IMAP protocols.
JuiceSSH is an all in one terminal client including SSH, Local Shell, Mosh and Telnet support.
Remote Desktop lets you work with Windows apps and desktops directly from your Android device or Chromebook.