Best Apps to Bring Some Warmth to the Long Canadian Winters

With millions of apps in the Play Store, searching for the best Android apps is sometimes challenging. Whether you need a great gaming app or a new browser, there are always many available. They can help you pass time by playing great games or perhaps be very valuable in the specific situations. Here are the best Android apps of 2017.

1. WhatsApp

WhatsApp, the legendary chat app, has been installed on over one billion smartphones. And it's always improving user experience, adding new features and becoming more secure. What makes it number one? Everyone uses it, simple as that. If you don’t use WhatsApp already, you should definitely start.

2. Amaze File Manager

The Amaze File Manager is free and easy it use. It has all the basic features you'd expect: quick access to files, deleting, copying, moving, etc. When looking in individual folders, you can toggle between list and table view. Amaze can create thumbnails for many file formats, but not for PDFs.

3. Sun Bingo

Sun Bingo is a great gaming app where you can play some of the best award-winning games including 75 ball, 80 ball, 90 ball and Bargain Bingo. It has quickly grown to become one of the biggest UK bingo gaming apps with regular bingo promotions, friendly chat rooms and huge cash prizes up for its members. It’s simple, easy to play and great for gaming fans all around the world.

4. SwiftKey

Whoever is looking for a very special virtual keyboard for Android will definitely find one here. SwiftKey works great with tablets, and if you simply want a good Android keyboard, it offers intuitive operation, very good spell check and word recognition.

5. Morecast

There are plenty of weather apps available that are more accurate and better looking than the ones that come pre-installed on your Android device.  MORECAST is favorite weather app to many users because it has one of the best-looking interfaces, with a clear and sensible layout. It's also one of the most advanced apps of its kind, featuring such options as side-by-side weather comparisons for two cities, and accurate weather information for a particular route. MORECAST is the right way to make a smartphone weather app, and best of all, it's free. 

6. Hulu

Hulu is an excellent app for watching movies and TV shows on Android. It's a free service that relies on ads, but there are some great shows available. You need to pay a subscription fee to access all of the content, but there is a range of excellent shows available without subscription, including classic US comedies such as Family Guy, The Simpsons and South Park.  It's currently restricted to the US, but hopefully it will be appearing in more territories soon.   

7. PhotoDirector

PhotoDirector is the whole package. It has everything you could possibly need to edit your photos. The tools range from simple text bubbles and filters, to more complex things such as HSL and curves, and they're all heavily adjustable, helping you get the best out of your photos. It's for messing around on and seeing what you end up with.

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