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Top 10 free Android apps in 2022

    The biggest strength of the Android operating system is the system of apps. There are a large number of digital Android applications. People have downloaded it billions of times. Some cost money and some don't. The best apps usually cost you a few dollars. However, there are plenty of great options out there that cost you nothing. These services are usually supported by advertisements, sponsorships of some kind, or something else.

    However, there are still some really excellent apps that you can use for free. After all, good jobs don't always have to involve spending money. These are the best free Android apps for Android.

1- 1Weather:

    Free app with the option to purchase a paid version for $2. A unique weather application that displays the expected temperature and the real degree of the weather. With the weather forecast for an additional 10 days. In addition to radar and other features of weather applications. But not only that. The app carries a good set of home screen shortcut widgets. Which can combine the clock and the weather or just the weather. The widget can also be slightly customized for a variety of looks, which is very good.

2- Bitwarden Password Manager:

    Bitwarden Password Manager is one of the great free password manager apps. It works like most password managers apps. You get a vault containing all your usernames and passwords. You can store what you want without worry and retrieve it as needed. Additionally, the app has AES 256-bit encryption and is completely open source.

    It hits all the checkboxes to get a good, free password manager. The app saw a huge rise in popularity after LastPass reduced the features in its free tier. KeePassDroid is another excellent option in this space, but we like Bitwarden's user interface a bit more. You can also check out our list of best password manager apps for more options.

3- Blue Mail:

    Blue Mail is one of the best free Android apps for email. It has a simple design that helps you keep your emails in a dedicated place. Additionally, it comes with support for a large number of email providers, per-mail color coding, app customization, and Android Wear support. There are also a variety of smart features such as blocking notifications during certain times (per account).

    The app is one of the coolest customizable apps. There are not many more customizable email apps than this one. The application provides a unique experience without any fees. The application is completely free.

4- Cookmate:

    Cookmate is arguably the best cookbook app on smartphones. Many people have a lot of variety and innovation in recipes and cooking. So using a cookbook app benefits a lot of people in creating new meals. You can also create custom recipes from scratch, complete with instructions and an ingredient list. In addition, you can import recipes from almost any website.

    The interface of the application is clean and easy to use in addition to the presence of a backup copy on cloud storage. Even in the free version. The premium version is an annual subscription, but all it really does is increase the number of recipes you can sync or you can just use the Dropbox storage option.

5- Fitbit:

    Most of us know Fitbit through popular fitness trackers, this fitness app can count steps and record activities to help you achieve daily goals. There are also social features, so you can compete with your friends. It's a must for Fitbit users, but it's also a smart choice for anyone looking to be more active.

6- Gboard:

    Gboard is the official keyboard app from Google. It's a simple keyboard that doesn't have a lot of stuff. It contains gesture typing, lighting, voice typing, emoji search, GIF support, and more. The most unique feature is the built-in Google Search feature that allows you to search the web without leaving your keyboard or the app you are using.

    It can also sync between devices so that your saved words go with you. The application is effective, simple and 100% free. You'll want to try the keyboard. It is one of the best free Android apps for sure. There is also the great SwiftKey app and there are other great Android keyboards as well.

7- Google Drive:

    Google Drive is one of the best cloud storage services, due to its free storage capacity. You can store photos, documents, stories, designs, recordings, and videos, to store files on Google Drive, you must have a Google account. Allows you to store any file. You can store photos, graphics, videos, recordings, and more. You can share files and folders easily.

8- Google Opinion Reward:

    Google Opinion Rewards is one of the best free Android apps in the Google Play Store. To use this app, simply download and install it, then open it once. Then, the app will inform you periodically to ask you some questions about where you're going, what you're doing, and the Google products you use. You will get credit to use it in the Google Play Store every time you answer a survey. This credit can go to purchase apps or games in Google Play. It's a great way to buy paid apps without spending real money.

9- Waze and Google Maps:

    Google Maps and Waze are two navigation apps. Google Maps will give you step-by-step directions, let you view businesses (and their reviews), and all sorts of other things. Waze is another navigation app. It allows you to check the traffic along your route. Google Maps is definitely the more powerful of the two. With that said, using Waze is a little more fun. This makes it a good choice if you are looking for something simple. Both apps are getting heaps of updates and new features all the time.

10- Imgur and Giphy:

    Imgur and Giphy are image databases. They are great apps and websites for finding things like funny GIFs, fun pictures, snippets, and all sorts of other fun purposes. Most of those great photos you see on Facebook, Twitter, etc. come from it. Imgur is also the image uploading service that most people use on Reddit.

    Both Giphy and Imgur are completely free to download and use. They stand by you whether you want to kill a few minutes of slack. Or search for the perfect reaction GIF to share on Twitter or Google+. They are two free Android apps that are worth having. In addition, you can upload your images to Imgur without limits to share them in different places.