Every once in a while we need to cover some useful apps, apps that not necessarily games. 🙂


NINE lets you create visual to-do lists on your mobile phone and organize them according to 9 ‘everyday actions’ (“to do”, “to buy”, “to go” etc.).

Hooks (Android, iOS)

Hooks is a free available for iPhone as well as Android. With Hook users can create custom channels to get notifications of whatever they need. If they create a Youtube channel video release alert, then they will get a notice, every time a new video is posted on that channel, etc.

Glide (Android, iOS, Windows)

Glide is a live video messaging app that combines the convenience of texting with the expressiveness of video. Glides can be watched whenever you’re ready – chat live or later. You don’t need to wait until your friends are online to chat. If you own a smartwatch, you can now get your Glides directly to your wrist! Watch live videos, respond with texts, emojis, and even live voice recordings.

swell yeah! – what’s your opinion? (iOS)

A fun little app that lets you take a photo and then get your friend’s opinion on it.

Duplicate Files Fixer (Android)

Duplicate Files Fixer is a duplicate file finder and remover app that scans and allows you to delete all types of duplicate files on your Android device.

AidMaid (Android, iOS)

AidMaid alerts your friends and family to help you when you’re in an emergency and you’ll be a hero for reaching out. AidMaid helps make neighborhoods safer & more pleasant. AidMaid’s tracking & live streaming is also suitable for the elderly, school kids, and insurance companies.

Larry has been writing Android and iOS app reviews for about 4+ years. In addition to app reviews, he conducts developer interviews, reports on new apps, and general mobile news. In addition to his own blog, App Review Central, Larry is a contributor to numerous other Android and iOS app review sites.

Larry Sullivan