My Top 10 Android Apps

Recently I got curious about my behavior as a smartphone user, specifically, what are the apps that I use the most on my day to day.

I installed this app, QualityTime, it allows you to monitor and get real time reports on how much time you spend on your smartphone and which are your most used apps. Now I’ve been using it for a while.

So, here are my top 10 Android Apps:

10. WordPress

WordPress for Android puts the power of publishing in your hands, making it easy to create and consume content. Write, edit, and publish posts to your site, check stats, and get inspired with great posts in the Reader. What’s more? It’s open source.

This app become one of my most used apps since I’ve started this blog, it is very useful to be able to manage your site on the go, it helps me to be more consistent with my writing and to don’t miss ideas for blog posts which I can instantly convert to drafts with this app.

9. Wunderlist

Wunderlist helps millions of people around the world capture their ideas, things to do and places to see. Whether you’re sharing a grocery list with a loved one, working on a project, or planning a vacation, Wunderlist makes it easy to share your lists and collaborate with everyone in your life. 

I’ve been using Wunderlist for a long time, I’ve used it to track my homework when I was in college, just as the extract above I’ve used it with my loved one to share our grocery list and places to see (we have plenty), I’ve used it to keep track of my work taks, my personal projects, my learn list, books I want to read, movies I want to watch… It’s not surprising that it is on my top 10 list.

8. Headspace

Get the most out of your day with the Headspace meditation app. We’ll help you perform at your best through the life-changing skills of meditation and mindfulness. In just a few minutes a day, you’ll learn how to train your mind and body for a healthier, happier life.

I use Headspace for my daily meditation, It really helps me with my stress level, keeps me concentrated and I actually really enjoy it, it’s really nice to take 10 minutes and appreciate.

7. Money Lover

Money Lover is the simple way to manage your money, budgets, and bills on your phone. From now on, you’re able to manage all your assets in just one place. How easy it is when getting reports of your expenses, sticking with your budget plans, or tracking your banking transactions!

When I first started working and earning money my financial life became a real mess, I started buying unnecessary stuff, reached the limit of my credit cards and soon I realized I need to manage my finances better or I was going to end up in the streets. I took a short online course about personal finance and started using Money Lover since then to track my expenses and budgets.

6. Google Keep

Quickly capture what’s on your mind and get a reminder later at the right place or time. Speak a voice memo on the go and have it automatically transcribed. Grab a photo of a poster, receipt or document and easily organize or find it later in search. Google Keep makes it easy to capture a thought or list for yourself, and share it with friends and family.

Everyone needs a notes app, this is my favorite one, simple and clean.

5. Fitbit


My wife recently gave me this Fitbit Charge 2 device, a heart rate and fitness band which I really enjoy, It really helps me to stay active, I love the sleep tracking feature and track my fitness goals. I love the data analytics it gives me, I just try to not get obsessed about it.

4. Instagram

Instagram is a simple way to capture and share the world’s moments. Follow your friends and family to see what they’re up to, and discover accounts from all over the world that are sharing things you love.

My favorite social network, I enjoy looking different realities of people I know as well as people I would like to know.

3. Spotify

With Spotify, you have access to a world of music. You can listen to artists and albums, or create your own playlist of your favorite songs.

I’m a musical person, I need my music with me.

2. YouTube

See what the world is watching — from the hottest music videos to what’s trending in gaming, entertainment, news, and more. Subscribe to channels you love, share with friends, and watch on any device.

I love YouTube I always have videos in my Watch Later playlist, they’re mostly from my subscriptions which contain a wide range of content: space, movies, news, science, travel, TED, formula 1, dev, tech, music, entertainment… I use YouTube app to watchthis videos when I have free time.

1. Tide

Tide lets you get things done by breaking up individual event among discrete intervals, separated by short breaks.

A very simple app I love, it is essentially a timer based on the Pomodoro Technique, a time management method to break down your activities into 25 minutes intervals with short and long breaks. I use it for work, writing, studying, reading, etc. Actually, I think I may be abusing.

Share your top 10 with me!


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