With so many apps available on the Google Play Store, it can be hard to find the one you want.

That’s why we’ve put together a list of the best free apps in several useful categories.

We have 5 of them on the list for you to try them out so read to the first one.

In this list you’ll find apps that are free permanently once you install them.

Sometimes certain functions are locked until you make a payment, but with the ones below we’ve ensured that the free functions and features are the best, and can be used to a good extent.

5. Best free browser: fire Fox

Your favorite browser is a bit of a personal thing, and depending what you want out of that, you may well have a different favorite.

That said, if you don’t already have a favorite and want to try something other than Chrome, Firefox is worth checking out – particularly if you use it on the desktop too, as it’ll sync your tabs and history.

4. Best free messenger: Signal

If you are looking for a free but recommendable messenger, you have found it with Signal.

Signal supports classic text chats as well as voice and video calls.

Its encryption is considered extremely secure and so the signal protocol is also used by competitors such as WhatsApp or Allo (only for incognito chats).

What’s the difference between Signal and other apps? There is no need to worry about data protection.

3. Best free anti virus App: MalwareBytes

The best antivirus app for you might depend on whether you’re using it as a standalone software, or in conjunction with a license for a desktop package, but either way, if you want a free, effective and focused anti-malware app on your phone, Malwarebytes is worth downloading.

It has a simple UI and doesn’t come as an over-sized, bloated app overflowing with features.

Instead, it focuses purely on protecting your device from malware and identifying potential privacy concerns.

2. Best free photo editting App: Snapseed

It’s a tough call between two experienced apps for best free photo editor, but Snapseed (now owned by Google) just beats VSCO Cam.

As well as long-standing Android app pedigree, 25 different filters, support for JPG and RAW DNG files, image tuning controls and a bunch of other tools (like Bokeh blurs, glow effects, etc.) that are really easy to use, it’s also entirely free, which is where it beat VSCO, as that app charges for some filters.

1. Best free video editting App:Kinemaster.

Video editing is a tricky category if you’re looking for a fully-featured app with a whole bunch of different options, but still don’t want to spend any money.

Kinemaster is a good compromise for this, if not the one with the most features.

For free, you get a super-easy video editor that supports images, clips, music tracks, screenshots and other types of content.

Quickly throwing together a video is a quick task, along with editing it and setting it to one of the pre-installed themes.


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