The top 5 apps to get gifs, to manage your images and translate the world around you. Check out our suggestions for this week’s best android apps for your smartphones.
Bench by the Napster co-founder Sean Parker, the Airtime wants to be a “virtual room” for you to enjoy with your friends, be talking text or video, or sharing YouTube links, Vimeo, Spotify, SoundCloud, among others. The idea is that a group of people see things together and talk as if they were in the same room, only separated by a screen.Download: Airtime (free)
Excellent TeamViewer very useful to remotely control a PC via smartphone, won an update that made him even more powerful: it now supports SD card, the mouse cursor navigation is faster and also gives to “wake up” a computer before establishing a connection – check out how it works in the video above.
Download: TeamViewer (free)
- Microsoft Translator
The Microsoft translator gained new features to get closer to what makes Google Translator. He can now translate words that are images and allows language pack download for over 40 languages - including Portuguese – to be used offline.
Download: Microsoft Translator (free)
So far, the Giphy only worked in Android from an app in conjunction with the Facebook Messenger, but now it became independent. You can search one of the largest databases of the internet when it comes to GIF, and also save and share images with your friends.
Another picture manager? More an image manager! The Picnic helps organize all your photos, videos and GIFs that you have on your smartphone, and is constantly updated.
Download: Picnic (free)
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