Nexus update brings you the chef d’oeuvre of Android apps you should download right now. Whether you are a smartphone novice or the master of custom ROMs, find our list of must try apps for 2015 below.

Google Keep

Google has just newly updated their simple note-take app, Google Keep and is all you could ever need. The app lets you create notes with text, checklists, images and even transcribes audio to note as well. Add time and location reminders to any note, not to mention everything’s backed up online and listed in reverse chronological order for quick access.

Avast – Mobile Security & Antivirus

Mobile security & Antivirus keeps you safe from malware threats with excellent updated virus detection software. This freeware also employs anti-theft features such as but not limited to remote data wiping and tracking which will work remotely too, without possession of the device. Avast is as good as it gets for free mobile security.


Probably the one app and software i use most on a daily basis is Chrome. And as a Google product, there couldn’t be a better fit as the perfect browser for your Android device since it comes pre-installed on most phones.

(Free with in-app purchases)

Nowadays we seem to log into everything with our mobile devices, LastPass is a password manager and a great one at that. Saving passwords an auto-filling for sites and apps that you use on a regular basis making your life much easier. It also enables you to generate “hard-to-hack” password.

Office Mobile

Those of you that have integrated to the new Office suite like I have know that Microsoft has done an especially good job in updating their services with the cloud. And why use anything other than Microsoft as the real thing on your phone..!
The app offers basic editing of Word, Excel, PowerPoint without any worry of compability and the availability of connecting to Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud storage.


Why hassle with plugging your phone into a computer to transfer files when you can connect over the air through AirDroid. This free app helps create a wireless connection between your phone and PC so you can easily transfer all your files hassle free. AirDroid also gives you the possibility to answer texts right off your computer.

Camera360 Ultimate
(Free with in-app purchases)

With as many features as Camera360 offers, including NFC sharing, more than 200 filter and tons of one-touch editing tools, it’s made it way up to our favorite Android Camera App.

Feel free to comment and let us know what you think or ideas of any apps you would suggest to update our list!