MediaFire may not be perfect, but it is easy to use, and its 50GB of free storage is almost unbeatable.
Pushbullet is the easiest way to transfer files, links, notes, lists, and addresses between your desktop computer and your Android device.
With its solid performance, beautiful design, and nifty picture-in-picture, it's hard to argue that there's a better way to watch YouTube videos on your mobile device.
Even with the freemium model, Real Racing 3 still holds the crown as best racing game on a touch screen.
If you're looking for a single app from which you can view photos, watch videos, and listen to music, then, dare I say it, RealPlayer is a solid choice.
First-time and veteran cloud users alike will appreciate Copy's affordable and simple storage offering.
The free app from Lumosity doesn't do a lot to train your brain, and for the cost of the paid subscription, you don't get much more.
Scout offers a better feature set, including excellent help for daily commuters, than either Google Maps or Apple Maps, with similarly good route guidance.
Radical.FM fits the bill when you just want to jam out with some music, but its limited features won't please most music fans.
Great for reading about news items that interest you, Pipes is a valuable resource, but it needs more features to compete with other popular newsreaders.
Beats Music's extensive playlists and spot-on recommendations mean you'll never have to hunt for music.
An intuitive interface makes Sunrise Calendar one of the best free calendar apps that's available on multiple platforms.
Even with its issues, Modern Combat 5: Blackout is still the best first-person shooter on smartphones and tablets.
Oyster is perfect for trying out books you might never purchase, but you'll still need to buy new releases and other popular titles elsewhere.
MyMail has all of the standard features you'd expect in a modern e-mail app, but nothing that stands out as a must-have feature.
If you're familiar with other video-chatting services, Glide offers more flexibility and features.
Aviate makes your Android easier to use, by smartly predicting what apps you need, when you need them.
A new online radio service that promises 200 curated stations, no ads, no login.