What are the best mobile apps of 2014

We know the year is not over yet, therefore we are not going to make a top of the best apps in 2014, not while mobile phones application news can still appear. However, we are comfortable mentioning some of the best apps so far, apps that are sure to rank in the top at the end of the year.

We are going to break this article into two distinct parts, one for Android users, and one for iOS users.

Best ANDROID apps in 2014:

Google Now Launcher (link)

If you were secretly envying the Nexus users for whom this app has been available exclusively, we have good news. Google opened up and is offering it to anyone running Android 4.1 or higher.

Vine (link)

We know many Android users were eagerly expecting this app, but the waiting is over. It took a while, but we think it was worth it. If you don’t know what vine is, we’re talking about an app that creates short, looping videos you can share with anyone.

Feedly (link)

When Google Reader sadly closed its doors, the war of the RSS clients begun. Apparently, Feedly is the one who won it. In any cases, the mobile app is truly beautiful and functional.

WhatsApp (link)

After all the talk around WhatsApp, there is little we can say. All we recommend for you is to install it and to enjoy it. For those of you who do not know what WhatsApp is, we’re talking about an app that replaces your SMSs, sending them via Internet (no costs*, no limitations)

*depending on the operator, be careful

Best iOS apps in 2014:

Google Maps

We all know what kind of problems Apple Maps had. Everyone had a good laugh about it, but at the end of the day, there were still in need of a good GPS system. Google Maps stepped in and saved the day. Even though now it is a separate app (not preinstalled as it was some time ago), it’s really worthy of your installation.

1Password (link)

How dumb is it to have one master password for all your accounts? And how hard is it to remember tens or maybe hundreds of different passwords? This app will help you with exactly that.

BaconReader for Reddit (link)

Well, it might be a little hard to browse Reddit. Seriously, try it! BaconReader will help you navigate posts filtered by your interests. The app is free.

Carousel by Dropbox (link)

We’ve been waiting for this app for quite some time. The app automatically uploads your pictures to your cloud Dropbox account, making it easier for you to look at them, move them to your computer or share them with people in your contact list.

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