Insanely underrated apps on iOS and Android
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Post on 10-May-2015
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<ul><li>1.INSANELY UNDERRATED APPS iOS, Android </li></ul> <p>2. What if I told you... 3. You don't use the best apps yet 4. Why? 5. They are unique! 6. They are not mainstream, yet. 7. Gliph Beautifully secure and private messaging app. Sign-up comes with one free cloaked email address for email privacy on public sites and services. Includes encrypted texting and data storage, permanent two-way message deletion, and locking the app. 8. Everlapse Use Everlapse to make stop-motion clips, time- lapse. It's fast and fun way to share life, frame by frame. Create photo collections called clips by adding your own photos or by inviting friends to contribute to clips you start. 9. Three Making weather reports meaningful. The weather determines so much of our lives, so let us help you with the one thing you do have control over: how to dress for it. 10. CloudMagic Magically find anything when you need it the most. Lightning fast centralized search across Gmail, Google Apps, Hotmail, Yahoo, Evernote, Dropbox, Box, SkyDrive, iCloud email and much more. Disclaimer: I work at CloudMagic, Inc. 11. Wolfram Alpha The knowledge engine that powers Siri on the iPhone. Claims parallel to the Star Trek computer and the world's definitive source for instant expert knowledge and computation. 12. Wi-Fi Finder Never worry again about not finding a Wi-Fi internet connection. Wi-Fi Finder is simply the best app for finding free or paid public Wi-Fi hotspots online or offline 13. Google Gesture Search Gesture Search lets you quickly access contacts, applications, settings, music and bookmarks on your Android device by drawing letters or numbers. It continuously refines search results as you add each gesture, and becomes better as it learns from your search history. 14. Need more? Read the comments below. Suggest that one app you think which is highly underrated. 15. Thank you. </p>
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