Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store offer many of the same apps, but there are still some you can find only on Android. Thanks to the open nature of Google’s OS, developers can create apps that take control of nearly all aspects of the operating system, something iOS developers can’t do. We’re talking about apps that let you use your handset as a Wi-Fi hotspot for free, change your keyboard or search your phone for files like a PC. There are even apps that let you automate what appears on your home screen when you wake up. These are some of the best apps you can only get on Android. Sorry, Apple fans.
Don't like your Android phone's default keyboard? SwiftKey might be the answer to your prayers. The app features a host of customizable layouts and designs that can be re-sized as you like. There's also the app's popular trace keyboard and support for up to 61 languages. Best of all, the app's language learning feature learns how you write over time in order to provide you with more accurate next-word predictions.