7 lesser known apps that you should put on your mobile right...

7 lesser known apps that you should put on your mobile right now!


.1. Tunity:
Tunity is a free app that allows you to scan any muted live TV, allowing you to stream it’s audio directly to your device. Use it to hear any TV in a bar, gym, airport,hospitals, and other public spaces.

2. Solo Photo:
We are all tired of it: people swiping through your gallery when you show them one picture. You didn’t tell them that it was okay to go through your gallery; the pictures in your gallery are yours and yours only. That’s why Solo Photo was invented: to eliminate gallery swiping once and for all.

• The picture you choose opens in Solo Photo.
• Your gallery is password protected.

3. Ninja Snap:
This is taking #2 a step forward. We all have that friend who likes to casually invade our privacy. You try and show them a photo on your phone and they just swipe away through your whole album uninvited, right? Here’s what Ninja Snap does – while the privacy-invader is swiping left and right through your gallery, they’ll be randomly greeted with photos of themselves that were stealthily taken by the app, while they were using your phone.

4. Twilight:
Are you having trouble falling asleep? Are your kids hyperactive when playing with the tablet before bed time?
Are you using your smart phone or tablet in the late evening? Twilight may be a solution for you!

The Twilight app makes your device screen adapt to the time of the day. It filters the flux of blue light emitted by your phone or tablet after sunset and protects your eyes with a soft and pleasant red filter. The filter intensity is smoothly adjusted to the sun cycle based on your local sunset and sunrise times.

5. Out of Milk:
Out of Milk is a Pantry-list, To-do list, and a Shopping list – all in one small, intuitive and easy-to-use app. The Shopping List stays with you everywhere you go and you’ll have it on-hand once you’re ready to go grocery shopping. The Pantry List allows you keep track of your pantry items (spices, essentials, etc.) so that you always know what you have at home. The To-Do list helps you keep track of any other items on your daily list.

6. Rabbit:
Rabbit is about sharing your everyday. Watch your favorite shows with your friends, without being in the same room (or even the same city!). Collaborate with your coworkers when you’re all on the road. Shop together for a birthday present for Mom, then sing her “happy birthday” with family far away. The possibilities are endless.

From your computer to their phone, you’re experiencing
the exact same thing at the exact same time.

7. Pushbullet:
Pushbullet mirrors your phone’s notifications to your computer, so you’ll never miss an important phone call or notification again. Interact with your notifications, whether to take action or to dismiss them.  Pushing is not just for your devices, you can also easily send links and files to your friends, send and receive SMS messages from your computer, reply to messages from many popular apps including WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, and more.

Checkout more apps here:Top 10 FREE must-have apps for college students | How many of these do you have? Top 10 apps developed by Indians!




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