3 Ultimate Useful Android Apps to Make your Life Easier

Google’s OS – Android comes with a set of core applications. Many other key applications can be downloaded easily from Google Play Store for free or by paying minimal fee. In the past, we already covered many useful Android apps but the list never seems to end. So, we are here with more! This time with 3 Ultimate Useful Android Apps that promises to make your life easier.

3 Ultimate Useful Android apps:


Directflights.com, a travel comparison web service has come up with its mobile app. Although the app is a mobile version of the website, it delivers all the poweful functionality of the main site. It searches and compares real-time live prices for all major online travel agencies and airlines.

The application does not require you to log-in to any kind of services or sign-up for new accounts. All you have to do is launch the app, Hit ‘Search Flights’ option and mention your travel preferences such as,

  1. Departure Location
  2. Destination
  3. Departure and Return dates
  4. Number of Passengers
  5. Flight Class (Business or Economy)

Once done, you can save your favorite flight results for future retrieval. Download DirectFlights from the Google Play Store.

Evernote Hello

Evernote Hello is a new smarter contacts management app from the popular note-taking application, Evernote.  The application helps you to keep up with your encounters (New people) and remember them by adding all the essential elements such as their  contact information, face, chronology, location, notes, and more.

All you need to do is connect the app to Evernote and complete your profile. There are three ways by which you can add someone new to Evernote Hello.

  1. Enter their information yourself
  2. Get their information from your address book or
  3. Give them your phone, and have them enter their contact info

Evernote Hello allows LinkedIn integration too. The free app is available for download from Google Play Store.


ScreenWakeUp is an Android app that uses a proximity sensor to lock and wake up the screen. How? Covering the proximity sensor of the app by putting the phone in your pocket forces the application to lock your device, whereas uncovering the same does the opposite. This can really be helpful especially, if you have ever been in a situation where you had put your phone into the pocket and speed-dialled a number mistakenly.

When installed, Screen WakeUp adds some icons to your smartphone’s app drawer. To access main interface of the app you just need to tap the ScreenWakeUp icon. The application apart from the lockscreen feature brings couple of other handy customizable options that one can use to determine how his device should behave when he covers/uncovers its proximity sensor. ScreenWakeUp can be downloaded from Google Play Store.


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