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This is an exhaustive list of the best mobile apps to download on your Android, iOS, Windows Phone or Blackberry device. We have listed the apps according to the most popular categories and also provided a link to download the apps from their respective app stores.
Google Play Books functions as both an eBook reader and a storefront to buy books for Android users. Users can read books offline and choose from a variety of other modes that will actually enhance the reading experience.
The app introduces you to a healthier lifestyle with latest trends in fitness, recipes and exercises. Set your calorie goals, choose your work outs using this app.
Coursera gives you access to course material and lectures from the top universities from around the world.
Sunrise Calendar looks great and supports synchronization with Google Calendar, Microsoft Exchange and iCloud.
An excellent comic reader app, Perfect Viewer boasts of super fast operation and support for a wide variety of formats.
Google Play Books functions as both an eBook reader and a storefront to buy books for Android users. Users can read books offline and choose from a variety of other modes that will actually enhance the...
This name needs no introduction. A must have for all bibliophiles, Kindle offers a range of books, magazines and newspapers; all reasonably priced.
Google Play Books is a great eBook reader for iPhone and iPad users if they tend to buy books from Google’s storefront.
ComicRack is an exceptional comic book reader for your Android device. It also lets you sync and maintain an online library of digital comics.
Probably the most popular source for digital comics, Comixology not only offers access to over 45,000 comics but also lets you read the comics within the app.
SwiftKey Keyboard allows for very quick typing thanks to its accurate word predictions. The app also syncs and maintains a database of all of your custom words.
Probably the most popular keyboard app, Swype uses swipes and word prediction instead of typing to allow you to churn out words at a very high rate.
Wikipedia is undoubtedly the largest source of knowledge and information on the Web. Its mobile app lets you access the entire repository of information through a quick and simple interface.
Edmodo is a social network that lets students and teachers connect with each other to extend learning beyond the classroom.
Many people find this app annoying while many others find it adorable and funny. There’s no denying the fact that it’s hugely popular among people looking for something to distract them.
BookMyShow is the biggest online ticket booking app for Indian users. It covers a wide variety of events from movies, concerts and theaters. The app also tells you upcoming events in your local area.
You can keep an eye on your budget and expenses with the help of the Expense Manager app.
Manage your monthly and daily expenses with the help of easy to understand graphs and charts with the MoneyWise app.
The Mixologist app helps you make the most basic and the most exotic cocktails with a huge variety of recipes.
The Allrecipes app helps you make whatever you feel like eating with its large library of recipes.
An absolutely great app to keep track of your fitness activities like, jogging, running and cycling.
Cardiograph is an app that helps you quickly find out your current heart rate and store it for future reference.
Simple, solid, stable and reliable; this music player is a must have. Features include easy installation, clean UI, and good sound quality.
Gaana gives you access to a massive library of music in various languages and from various genres. You can stream these songs directly to your tablet or smartphone for free.