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5 Most-Favorite Android Apps to Download Today

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2016 is nearly over and without further ado, here's the five most-favorite Android Apps that users should download in Play Store.

1. MSQRD

Face swapping has gone viral this year with many Android Apps offering the unique 3D face tracking technology. MSQRD is one of the best face-swap apps, according to the Guardian.

The Android app enables user to change their face appearance to a zombie or a tiger with animations that give a whole new experience of having fun. It's got plenty of features including live filters, video selfies, and quick-sharing to social media platforms.

2. Pokemon GO

Google has listed Pokemon GO as one of the top-trending games in 2016, as reported by Business Insider. The augmented reality that the monsters are bringing becomes a global phenomenon that it becomes a common thing to see people walking around catching them all.

3. Fleksy Keyboard

The free emoji keyboard for Android has over 800 collections of emojis, stickers and emoticons including GIF. Fleksy has a simple layout that makes speedy typing easy. It's been highlighted as Editor's choice and the DroidReview has listed it as one of the best keyboard app replacements for Android smartphone.

4. Calorie Counter

Fitness tracking apps grow like mushrooms these days. MyFitnessPal's Calorie Counter lets user decides how much weight they want to lose and starts the program from there. According to Android Authority, this most-favorite health app provides programs for daily exercises.

Users can also scan barcodes or calculate the calories entries and how much fat needs to be burned in the gym.

5. Instagram

Not only a favorable Android apps, Instagram is one of the most-used app in the US based on SurveyMonkey results. The built-in filters seem to never satisfy its users that more editing-apps now support Instagram by having a dedicated share button.

 

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