Developers released some great apps for Android users in the year 2019. These releases span on a multitude of categories. In this article, we will see the best 5 Android apps from 2019.
Adobe Premiere Rush
It is a video editor by Adobe. The app boasts a near-professional experience with full video editing capabilities with a multi-track timeline. It has various templates for mobile videos. It doesn’t have everything like the desktop version of Premiere Pro, but this app is enough for the mobile video needs.
Calendar Widget by Home Agenda
The app has an extensive list of features, themes, and layouts, to group events together and various other customization options. The design of the app and widget is super clean and works in over half a dozen languages.
The mint browser is a good mobile browser. It hits all the basic requirements like low storage needs, night mode, incognito mode. The data saver mode just blocks ads and restricts image loads in articles. It isn’t competing with Google Chrome or Firefox but if you are looking for something lightweight and functional, this is a great app.
The app is free for right now. It does the basic email, snooze email, schedule email, and reminders just like inbox by Gmail. Some other features include pinning emails, undo sent email, and a decent email search. It can also work with other email clients like Gmail or Outlook.
Xbox Game Streaming
Google launched Stadia this year, and its major rivals choose mobile streaming. Microsoft and Stream launched its game streaming apps this year. Both apps do almost the same thing. You can play your PC games or Xbox games on your device. Unlike Stadia, these apps are using your existing hardware to play the game and your local area network to play the games on your mobile phone. These could be excellent alternatives to Google Stadia.