1. Material Notification Shade
This app replaces the stock notification shade on your phone with a more customizable and material designed shade. You can choose from different themes, such as Nougat and Oreo. Notifications themselves can also be themed light, dark, or to match the color of the app. It’s a very cool app.
2. Amazon Prime Video
Last but certainly not least is Amazon Prime Video. This isn’t the first time this app was available on Android but it disappeared for a while and just recently was re-published to the platform. With this app you can log into your Amazon Prime account and access all of the content you can view through this app on other platforms.
Watching TV and movies with your friends can be fun, but sometimes everyone can’t get together. Rabbit allows you to stream videos and create a chat room for conversation. Everyone sees the same video, whether it’s from YouTube or Netflix, with a chat room underneath. Watch together without being together.
Just like the original Mondly app, MondlyVR lets you learn new languages but, unlike that app this version immerses you in VR and offers a whole new way to learn. You can speak with in-app personages just like if they were right in front of you having a real conversation (though these are not real users, rather they’re just in-app characters), and the app supports a wide array of different languages.
5. Smartphone upgrader 2017
This app is just silly fun. The iPhone X and Essential Phone have “notches” at the top of the display. A lot of people are making fun of these notches, especially on the iPhone. Smartphone upgrader 2017 gives you a notch so you can feel like you have a trendy phone, too.