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Best Android apps of Q1 2014 by the Bitbag

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When you?re looking for the apps to fill your new HTC One M8, Samsung Galaxy S5 and LG G Pro 2 this year when these awesome phones come out, you?re sure to go for the top apps in the Google Play Store. Here at the Bitbag, we?ve compiled the best apps for you to download on your new Android device:

SwiftKey $3.99

A lot of users complain or at least don?t know that the stock keyboard on Android phones and tablets isn?t the best that can be out there. With SwiftKey, you get better text prediction and cloud-saved settings for all your Android devices.

Any.Do Free

A smooth, pleasant task experience is better than full-function with all the bells and whistles. In the end, you need something non-intrusive, but at the same time active enough to remind you. Any.Do?s widget is clean and translucent and how it reminds you at the start of your day is a great way to begin.

Ingress Free

A totally different gaming experience comes to you in this location-based game. Visit city hubs and rural places while the game is on to acquire energy. Join the global movement for XM as an Enlightened One or as a Resistance member. You acquire energy by keeping the app open on certain ?hotspots? which your phone loads as data to a cloud service for the game.

Flipboard Free

The most beautiful news aggregator out there, it turns all your RSS feeds and news subscriptions into virtual presentation boards. Swipe through your social media, tech news, entertainment, beauty, science, and any other content as if you had a flipboard right in your phone!

Evernote Free

Evernote covers all the bases with note-taking while keeping it simple and in sync. You can include any sort of media on your note or just stick to good old text. Download their apps for all platforms and see your notes on all of your devices. The free version is enough for non-heavy note takers while there?s always a premium subscription for those dependent on the app.

Timely Free

The most beautiful and easiest alarm clock in the Google Play Store is Timely. It?s absolutely free and lets you set your alarms however you want them against a backdrop of calming or refreshing images.

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