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This post features a list of 10 Must-have Mobile apps for your Android and iOS.

1    TED 

    In my list, TED holds the first place among must have mobile apps. It is completely free to use. You can watch and download inspiring ted talks, listen to podcasts, learn about trending topics, discover areas of your interest like health, education, psychology, personal growth, business, science, technology, etc. You can Also share these with your friends and family.

Duolingo  

Duolingo is a very popular language-learning app with over 30 + languages to choose from, including Spanish, German, Japanese, French and Italian. The app is free, fun, accessible and has a user friendly interface. Moreover, learning on Duolingo feels like a game. It includes speaking, listening and writing activities, covering all aspects of language learning.

 3.    CamScanner 

Camscanner is a free app, available for both iOS  and Android devices. It allows your mobile phone to convert images that you take with it in PDF documents.

4.    Google Fit 

Google fit app is free to download and use. It uses sensors built in your device to automatically track activities like walking, running, biking, etc. it also has an inbuilt sleep tracker. 

5.    Pinterest 

Pinterest basically means “Pin Interest”. It is a free to use app that allows its users to upload, save, sort, and manage images known as pins and other media content. You can find ideas relating to anything that interests you, be it cooking, painting, sketching and the like, and pin these to collections known as Pinboards to see them later. 

6.    Evernote 

Evernote is a great app for your smartphone, tablet, computer and laptop. The app serves as a notetaker, a pocket notebook, a to do list, a personal diary, etc. Evernote can sync automatically across all your devices. 

7.    WPS Office Software 

WPS office is the most wonderful app that you can have on your mobile or tablet. It is a one-spot destination for all your office suite needs. It includes Word, PDF, Presentation, Spreadsheet, Memo, and Docs Scanner all in one application. Bonus point? It’s completely free to use and can easily sync with Microsoft. 

8.    Google Drive 

Google Drive is an online file storage platform that allows its users to store files on their servers, synchronize files across devices, and share files. It offers its users a storage space of 15GB for free. However, storage may be extended through paid plans. 

9.    InShorts 

Want to stay updated with the daily news and happenings around the world, but got no time? Well, need not worry as InShorts is a free app that provides you with the daily news in not more than 60 words. This means that you can easily scroll through various articles and get details of whatever interests you in just 60 words. 

10.    Google Maps 

Google Maps is the right app for you if you commute around a lot. It is a mapping service developed by Google. It offers satellite imagery, aerial photography, street maps, 360-degree views of streets, etc. It also shows real-time time traffic conditions and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bicycle, and air.

By Mehak Gulati

Mehak Gulati is a digital marketer, freelance content writer and blogger. She loves to create content online and help people with valuable information through her blogs. She is a big fan of music, art, nature.

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