We test tons of different Android apps over the course of the year and many of us here at PCMag use an Android phone as our day-to-day device, so we are no strangers to the app landscape. When compiling this list, our first choices go to those that are necessary to get work done, such as Google Drive and LastPass. The former lets you access files and retrieve important items off your phone with ease, while the latter stores all the passwords you need to gain access to critical apps and services. Next, we think about what kinds of apps are popular and how we can fill those categories. Everyone takes photos with their phones nowadays, so Snapseed, an excellent photo-editing app, makes the list, as well.
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People also stream all sorts of content to their devices. While there are many options for watching movies and TV on Android, Netflix takes the honor with its exciting range of content and offline viewing capabilities. In the music-streaming space, Spotify offers a near-peerless experience, and it's a great mobile fitness app, too, smartly integrating features like beat-matching to keep runners on pace