Lesser-known mobile apps that are genuinely ingenious

We carry our cell phones everywhere. Even when we go for a hot bath. It has become an essential item to transport. This happens for good reason. We can use our cell phones to instantly connect with people around the world.

In addition, it has tools and games that keep us productive and entertained. There are approximately 2.22 million apps on the App Store and 3.48 million apps on the Google Play Store to choose from. Under such conditions, it is easy for a very useful application to go unnoticed. Therefore, in this blog, we will discuss lesser known apps that are actually useful.

Fun fact: did you know? I can easily sell my mobile online and get money for phones that are no longer needed. You can even recycle old cell phones for the good of our environment.

Lesser-known and resourceful applications

Have you ever wanted to listen to what’s on TV when the room is noisy? If so, you will find this app very useful. It uses radio frequencies to scan the channel and stream audio directly to your mobile device. You can then wear the earpiece and quietly listen to TV while the rest of the room goes crazy.

This app has become my favorite. It allows you to learn popular programming languages ​​for free through well-structured modules. You can opt for premium features that allow you to save your progress if you quit the lesson. Even using the free version, you can learn many programming languages ​​at your own pace. This feature allows you to be productive in your free time. In addition, the application has a built-in compiler to run the programs you create.

3. Stellarium mobile sky chart:

Is stargazing your favorite pastime? If yes, you can use this app to add more details to your hobby. You can learn the different constellations and how they move in the sky using this app. It has a built-in GPS function which effectively tracks the location of all cosmic objects. Unfortunately, iOS users have to pay a one-time fee to use the app. For Android users, the app is completely free. With this app you can easily turn your hobby into an educational adventure

Wysa is a must have app in these difficult times. At some point in life, we all want to share our emotions with someone. This application is a chatbot that allows you to share your emotions safely. In addition, the app offers tips and exercises to relax your mind and body. Simply put, the app is your personal therapist (at least a starter pack).

For help with your mental health, call NHS 111. A trained professional is available 24/7 to help you overcome your problems.

We all know how great PicsArt is for mobile photo editing. Its lesser-known cousin is the PicsArt Animator. It has enough animation tools for you to create short promotional videos for your brand. You can even make your personal chats more entertaining with your own GIFs and animations. Creating animations takes some getting used to. But with practice, you can create awesome animated videos in no time. Some low-end mobiles may not run this app very easily. I had to sell my mobile for a better one to use this app for animated high school presentations.

Don’t you hate that people start scrolling through your gallery instead of seeing the one photo you’ve shown? I do. And this app prevents people from scrolling through your photo gallery. You can open your photo using this app, it will only display that photo and enable password protection for the rest of the gallery.

Make sure the app you download is from a trusted source. App Store and Google Play Store have strict policies that make downloading apps safe for its users. Much like how you can safely sell your old cell phones online in UK.

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