Nextdoor is the social media for your neighborhood. The app connects individuals in the neighborhood and allows them to communicate and collaborate with each other. Use the app to quickly spread word of a break in, announce a garage sale, or just see who has a tool you can borrow to get your DIY job done.
2. Instapaper (free)
3.YouTube Kids (free)
The YouTube Kids from Google is the official YouTube app for your little ones. With it, kids can discover videos, channels and playlists they’ll love. The app is designed around simple, kid-friendly navigation. Four categories include Shows, Music, Learning and Explore and include videos from major players including Thomas & Friends, DreamworksTV and Talking Tom, online hits like Mother Goose Club, Super Simple Songs and Wonder Quest.
4.Learn C++ (free)
They say in the future learning to code will be as important as learning to read is now. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of educational tools to learn coding. Learn C++ is a free that enables you to learn the coding language on your own time–right on your phone! It features 80 lessons split into 8 levels that cover basic concepts, data types, arrays, pointers, conditional statements, loops, functions, classes and objects, inheritance & polymorphism, templates, exceptions and files.
5.Truecaller - Caller ID & Block (free)
Truecaller is an awesome dialer app for Android that identifies virtually anyone who calls you–even if they aren't in your contact list. Not only will Truecaller crosscheck the phone number with a databases automatically. If that’s not cool enough, Tuecaller will even show you a picture of the person or organization calling you.