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As of India is trying to launch its first self reliant, indigenous App store as “Aatm Nirbhar App storewhere basically the Indian users will develop & launch the apps globally. Users have grown to love Android for the plethora of features and customization options, but sometimes it can all get a bit confusing. 

Android is the most popular computing platform in the world, due in large part to its powerful open-source nature. So, Gizmeek had decided to list out the Top 5 Indian Android developers apps of the week. Users will get this list every Friday from now onwards. We simply termed it as APP OF THE WEEK”. Our main ideology for this is to list out the best user-friendly, lesser time-consuming, & overcoming the confusion from the pool of apps. This is more like finding a shell from the deep ocean. 

Here is the list of apps: 

1. Dolby On: Record Audio & Music
2. Squid - Take Notes & Markup PDFs
3. SplitCloud Double Music - Play two songs at once
4. Shake Light - Bright Torch
5. WaveUp

1. Dolby On: Record Audio & Music

With Dolby On, you won’t want to select between recording rapidly or with excellent ever again. Say goodbye to heritage noise, costly microphones, clunky recording equipment, and studio time. Just playback you’re recording to trip the difference. After you hit record, use the audio editor to decorate and enhance songs with Dolby technology. When you’re ready, export and share your creations with your followers on Facebook, Instagram, SoundCloud, text, e-mail, and more. We’ve used 5 many years well worth of audio innovation to supply you with one effective audio recorder and video app. Advanced Dolby audio processing takes care of the sound quality, so you can focal point on the enjoyable part: creating.

Features of the app are: 

  • Customize your voice memo, music memo, or video recording with free music studio audio effects and vocal editor.
  • Use the six custom-designed Sound Tools to apply to your music recording — like photography filters for audio, Styles are professionally designed audio presets based on analyzing thousands of songs.
  • Use Dolby’s Dynamic EQ to get fine-tuned treble, bass, and mids control to tune your recording or music memo.
  • Use the free audio editor to trim your recording start and stop
  • Boost fullness and cut through with compression and pro limiting to achieve ideal loudness.
  • Optimize the volume of your song recording for popular music platforms and social media platforms like SoundCloud, Instagram, Facebook, and more.

Experience Here 

 

2. Squid - Take Notes & Markup PDFs

Squid is designed to be effective and easy to use, permitting you to take notes shortly and efficiently. Easily mark up PDFs to fill out forms, edit/grade papers, or signal documents. Import images, draw shapes and add typed textual content to your notes. Squid takes different benefit of energetic pens on successful gadgets to grant natural, stress touchy handwriting.

Squid is vector based totally - retaining your notes lovely at any zoom stage and on any device. You can erase complete letters and phrases shortly with the stroke eraser tool, or simply components of phrases with the proper eraser tool. Quickly select, copy/paste, and go content material between pages and notes. Organize your notes inside notebooks and amplify your productivity.

Features of the app are: 

  • Take notes naturally with a pen and erase with your finger on active pen-enabled devices (e.g. Galaxy Note devices with S Pen)
  • Take notes with your finger or passive stylus on non-active pen devices (e.g. Nexus 7)
  • Vector graphics engine
  • Multiple paper types (e.g. blank, ruled, graph) and sizes (e.g. infinite, letter, A4)
  • Undo/redo, select, move, and resize

Experience Here

 

3. SplitCloud Double Music - Play two songs at once  

SplitCloud is the solely streaming music player that lets you share your headphones and pay attention to two distinctive songs at once. If you ever had to share headphones with a friend or partner, this app is for you.

Features of the app are: 


????Multiple Playlist support - create your custom playlists

???? Search for any song or user profile from SoundCloud®

???? Browse all your music organized by folders

✈️ Search and listen to all songs and albums stored on your phone

???? Listen to thousands of online radios worldwide for every genre

???? Explore Popular and Trending Charts and discover more music

???? Use SplitCloud as a regular music player when you don't need to share

???? Independently adjustable volumes for each player

???? Shuffle and repeat your songs

☁️ Save your favorite playlist to your SoundCloud account

✔️ Preview any song by pressing and holding gesture

✔️ Invert audio channels to invert the R / L channel output when using split mode.

✔️ Browse a selection of popular playlists perfect for every mood

✔️ Get suggested tracks based on the song you are listening

Experience Here

 

4. Shake Light - Bright Torch 

It detects when is in a pocket so you do not want to trouble that the flashlight turns on when you go for a run.

Features of the app are: 

  • This is a free flashlight app  
  • Easily use your flashlight with just a shake of your phone.
  • Now you can have easy access to a useful utility of your device
  • This awesome torch app has a sensibility configuration to adjust it to the user strength and preference  
  • Stop living in the dark, flash your friends with this must-have bright torch 

Experience Here

 

5. WaveUp

WaveUp is an app that wakes up your cellphone - switches the display on - when you wave over the proximity sensor. However, I am a massive fan of open supply software program and attempt to deploy free software (free as in freedom, now not solely free as in free beer) on my smartphone if feasible

Features of the app are: 

  • It also locks your phone and turns off the screen if you cover the proximity sensor for one second (or a specified time).
  • This does not have a special name but can nonetheless be changed in the settings screen too. This is not enabled by default.
  • For those who have never heard proximity sensor before: it is a small thingie that is somewhere near where you put your ear when you speak on the phone.
  • You practically can't see it and it is responsible for telling your phone to switch off the screen when you're on a call. 

Experience Here

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