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What are some Android must-have Apps for 2017?

I am looking for some multi-functional apps
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  1. Jeff Dunhill
    Jeff DunhillFreelance Marketer · Written
    It is by far the best android vpn app that I have used and we all know how important it has become now!
  2. 3
    Gboard by Google

    Google Search, GIFs, emojis & more—right from your keyboard

    You won't be able to go back to your old keyboard once you've tried Gboard! You can search for stuff on Google, send GIFs, search through your emojis, use Google Translate without leaving the conversation, etc. I just makes it easier and much more fun to text friends.
    • Jan
      JanWorking with PHP, HTML, CSS & MySQL

      When I have the old mobile, the Gboard was predefined, and it was a bad idea. The board has a lot of bugs, and you can not personalize like on iOS, you have limited options to have a beautiful chat board. I really like to have this on my new mobile, where iOS is completely different. The iOS original board is very clean, but you do not have some options to use, with Gboard, you have a good options!

    • kylejohnston
      kylejohnstonCreative Director & Designer

      The best custom keyboard I've used for iOS — it's now the only custom keyboard I have installed.

  3. 3
    Google Photos

    Automatic backup and unlimited storage for all your photos

    My favorite app for managing photos and saving space on my phone. With image recognition, location, and editing right trough the app, it makes it super easy to search through old photos, or to create collages and videos. It has lots of cool features but is still very lightweight, and it's very convenient to share with anyone, even if they don't have a Google account.
  4. Gaurav Agrawal
    Gaurav Agrawal18Coder, Thinker, Curious observer · Written
    it's feel like native search on Android with personalized cards.
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