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The mobile app industry is booming with the mobile apps and the competition is tougher than ever for the developers. We have apps almost for everything and this is the reason we left with space shortage and no idea what are the best apps to install. But, don't worry, just like every week we brought you the best 5 mobile apps by which you can replace the old apps wasting space on your Android smartphones.

Below are the top 5 Android apps of this week

1.Be My Eyes

Be My Eyes

The most innovative and best app for the society, it is a volunteer app to help the blind persons across the globe. Be My Eyes helps the blind users, whenever a blind person needs assistance, makes a call to the service and a volunteer answer it to help. The app is created with simple user interface and very easy to use. The app is used by almost 50,000 blind people and over half a million people installed it to help them.

Price- Free

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2.ThimbleWeed Park

Thimbleweed Park

One of the most interesting games available in the Google Play store right now. The comedy-mystery game starts with 5 people showing up in a weird town without any reason. The catch is, you need to find the reason and the game includes jokes, mysteries, two difficulty levels and a hint system. However, the game is a bit costly for the users but worth giving a shot and don't have any ads or in-app purchase.

 

Price- $9.99

3. Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge

A web browser from Microsoft for the Android users and supports cross-platform synchronizing. With this feature, a user can transfer tabs and other browsing data from mobile to PC or vice versa. The web browser also comes with a feature that helps to switch between the search engines any time and much more. The app is in preview mode right now, which means the browser is in beta and contains some bugs.

Price- Free

4. Into The Dead 2

Into the dead 2

This game is the successor of the famous game Into the Dead but has a lot of improvements. The makers have improved the gameplay by adding multiple endings to the story and a dog companion to help you. The game also has the essence of the previous chapter along with graphics improvement which makes it more interesting.

 

Price- Free with in-app purchases

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5.Movie Anywhere

Movie Anywhere

Movies Anywhere from Google is the best app for watching a movie from different platforms at one place. A user can access several video platforms within the app and enjoy watching the movie anytime. The app includes iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and Vudu for users to buy any movie with the help of Movie Anywhere.

Price- Free

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