Apps to send files, monitor your phone and take notes. Check out our tips this week for apps for Android Devices Apps.
An application to share files, especially those with more sensitive data or that you do not want to remain stored in the cloud. After the recipients download the file, Boxca automatically deletes everything. It is also possible to determine a self-destruct time – even if the data has not been download, it disappears after the fixed period.
2. Zoho Notebook
Zoho Notebook is a note-taking app that mixes features of Evernote with Google Keep. It has a look very similar to the Google application and organization that resembles every note. You create notebooks and inside them begins to include notes, which can be lists, drawings, maps, images, audio and web pages also.
3. Vine Camera
The Vine terminated this week and from now on the whole social part does not work. Despite this, developers will keep Vine Camera, the app for making the six-second recordings, which can be shared on Twitter or downloaded on the smartphone to send to other networks.
4. EZ Web Video Cast
Video Cast is a browser that allows you to stream videos from anywhere on the web to your Chromecast. Instead of depending on the specific support of the players used by the pages, it can pull the URLs of the content.
5. System Panel 2
System Panel 2 gives you insight into what’s going on on your smartphone. From data to internal components to the use of applications, accounts, and processes. Interesting to monitor what might be harming performance, for example. For those who have root, it offers, even more, functions, allowing, for example, to control and restrict individual processes.
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