Best calendar apps


Whether you’ve ditched your paper calendar entirely or you just want another one to have on the go, calendar apps are a huge help to making days run smoother. If you’re wanting to get more organized, it’s a cinch to plan out your week, or even your month or year, in advance, so you know what’s coming up at all times. And what better place to have access to it than on your phone? That way, if something comes up you need to change, or you’re planning something new while you’re out, you don’t have to say, “I’ll need to go home and look at my calendar,” because it’s actually with you all the time.

The only challenging part is, there are so many calendar apps out there for Android users. Which one do you choose? Do you use the default one that came with your phone, or do you find something else? What kind of features will best suit you, and what features are actually out there? That’s why today, we’ve brought you our top 5 picks of the best calendar apps for Android. From simple to full of features, for individuals or for entire families, there’s something for everyone.

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Best keyboard apps

There’s a ton of different ways out there to change up your phone or tablet without buying a new one. Chances are you’ve had the same, classic keyboard since you first got the device. While there’s nothing wrong with that, variety is the spice of life, which is why we’re bringing you 7 of the best keyboard apps for Android.

With these keyboard apps, you’ll be amazed at what you can do just on your keyboard. From new ways to type, to playing mini games and searching for restaurants without ever leaving your messaging app, the features are amazing and basically endless. On top of that, you’ll have access to thousands of new emojis, themes, stickers, and GIFs that will really change the way your keyboard looks and how you type. So if you’re in need of something different, here’s our top 7 picks for the best keyboard apps for Android.