Best Free Android Apps for 2015

No matter your needs or preference, the Google Play Store offers a plethora of paid and free apps you can choose from. There are a variety of categories available including productivity to social networking, video making, games, photo editing and many more. With so many options at your disposal, figuring out which apps to download and install on your Smartphone can be a tad confusing. But don’t worry because we got you covered.

If you’re looking for the best free apps for your Android phone, here are 9 of the best and latest apps for 2015:


If you love music as much as the next person, Spotify is a must have app you need to download now if you don’t have it yet. It’s free to download with an option to go premium for advanced features like no ads and offline play. If you’re sticking with the free version, you get to enjoy access to a multitude of exciting music playlists.


Are you looking for the best note-taking app? Look no further than Evernote. It’s also free to download and features a smart and intuitive interface that lets you take notes seamlessly. You can write ideas, create memory and to do lists as well as record voice reminders with Evernote.


Do you spend hours tweeting about pretty much anything under the sun? Periscope is about to make your experience even more fun and exciting. The app is for free and is Twitter’s live video streaming version. You can immediately watch lifestreams and even create your own with the app handy.


If most of the people you send texts uses WhatsApp, then there’s no better time to join in the crowd than now. The app is for free for the first year and it lets you send text messages for free. As long as you are connected to a Wi-Fi network, you can send unlimited messages all day long.


Another free app worth downloading is Snapseed. This one is especially perfect for users who love to take photos using their Android phones. It’s one of the best photo editing apps you can use. It has auto correct features as well as a manual setting.


Hailing a taxi is more convenient than ever when you have the Uber app installed on your Android phone. It has transformed the way we travel today. If you want a taxi quick, just open the app, request for a taxi and you’ll be picked up in minutes. It’s currently available in over 50 countries and counting.


If you’re a typical heavy mobile phone user, one of your most common complaints is probably about your phone’s battery life. This is where Greenify comes to the rescue. The app is for free and it was created so you can make the most of your Android’s phone battery.


If you want an app to record your runs, jogs, walks and even cycle rides, Runtastic is a free app you can rely on. The app is designed to track your route using your phone’s GPS service. You can also tailor the settings according to your preference. You can include audio cues, music and more.

SwiftKey Keyboard

Do you want a more intuitive keyboard? Swiftkey Keyboard is an alternative keyboard that should get you excited. What the app does is study your writing style to predict the next words you want to type. The app is for free and its goal is pretty simple, to reduce typing time when sending text messages.