Best Free Android Apps and Games of the Week: TimeJot, MyHeritage, Wanna Kicks and More!

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We’re back with yet another edition of our weekly column i.e. best free Android apps and games. If this is your first time, then you might want to know that we’re on a scavenge hunt to find some of the best Android apps and games for you to try out every week. Of course, as promised, all these apps and games are going to be free. Before we kickstart with our 9th edition, you might want to check out the previous one. You surely have missed some of the best apps that we have covered already. With that out of the way, let’s dive right into the listicle.

Best Free Android Apps and Games of the Week [9th Edition]

It is worth noting that we try our best to find applications or games that are completely free. But that’s quite difficult some of the time. This means that few apps might offer some extra features when paid premium to the developer. Of course, the free version would be more than enough for most users which is why we cover them in our column.

#1 Fanya – Todo Lists & Tasks Organizer

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When it comes to todo or task organizer apps, there are a plethora of options available on the Play Store. While most of them offer a similar set of features, they try to implement things a bit differently. Well, Fanya is one such application. Fanya brings forward all the elementary features such as the ability to add tasks, reminders, categorize them, and more.

The thing that Fanya brings to the table is a refreshed user interface and experience. Personally, I’ve been using this app for more than a week now and I am actually loving it. Fanya is all about managing to-do and tasks while also giving you a beautiful user interface with a subtle touch of colors. There’s a navigation bar on the bottom with an “addition” sign in the middle. Using that icon, you can add new tasks and set all the required additions to them.

Once added, the tasks will appear on your Today tab. Right next to it, there’s an integrated device calendar. You can also use the Search tab to, as the name suggests, search all the existing tasks even though they are completed. The elementary set of features are completely free. For an average user, it’s got all the features that is why it’s here in our best free Android apps and games column.

Here’s the summary of the key features that you would get with Fanya:

  • Create and manage tasks and tasks list
  • Stay on track with due dates and notifications
  • Add reminders to never miss any task
  • Import tasks and events from your Google calendar
  • View your tasks in a calendar view

Price: Free (offers in-app purchases)

Downloads & Ratings: 5,000+ and 4.4 stars

App page: Download Fanya on your Android device from Google Play Store

#2 TimeJot – Event timeline and last time logger

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TimeJot is an Android application that allows you to jot every instance of your life down. The idea here is to avoid those situations where you try to remember something but struggled to. It could be either you did something or when something happened. You can basically track anything related to your life that you would wanna get back to in near future.

TimeJot allows to you keep a neat timeline so you never forget anything. The user interface is quite straightforward, simple, and minimal. It will not distract you from the core concept of the app. Of course, you get both light and dark themes to choose from. There are event categories that you can create in order to group related events. You can store notes in each event entry.

Furthermore,  you can also schedule notifications that will remind you of your events. Setting reminders allow you to add entries from the notification menu itself which is a neat feature. For some power users out there, the developers have even added event variables along with the ability to customize various aspects of the app.

Overall, TimeJot could be a solid addition to your library if you’re someone who doesn’t mind taking time out of the day to jot things down. That’s why we decided to include it in our best free Android apps.

Here’s a look at key features that TimeJot brings to the table:

  • Straight-forward user interface
  • Event categories
  • Event variables
  • Smart reminders
  • Useful dashboard
  • Ad-free and privacy-focussed

Price: Free

Downloads & Ratings: 10,000+ and 4.8 stars

App page: Download TimeJot on your Android device from Google Play Store

#3 Mubert – AI Music Streaming

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While Muber is quite a popular app, there are still many Android users who haven’t really heard or tried this. Well, that is the reason why we have covered it in our column. Mubert is an AI music streaming application that generates it own tracks spread across the various niche. The idea behind the app is to provide tracks related to sleep, focus, workout, and meditation.

The developers claim that they have spent years on R&D to generate high-quality music that you will love. The app basically uses various samples as a base and generates various tracks. Since there are a plethora of options to choose from, you can find tracks that match your music taste. You can choose from techno, chill house, hip hop, ambient, and whatnot. Talking about the user interface, the app brings forward a solid user experience. At times, it even feels immersive with sound and visual experiences.

Another interesting aspect of the app is the fact that one can use all the generated music for personal use. If you’re looking for small 1 minute tracks for your content, then you can go ahead and use this app as well. Personally, I largely use Mubert when I’m working or trying to just free my mind.

Here’s a quick overview of what you’ll be getting with the Mubert music streaming app:

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  • High-quality AI-generated music and track
  • Train the algorithm to generate music as per your taste
  • Lots of genres to explore from
  • Functional music streams for Sports, Focus and Meditation
  • Unlimited choice of music
  • Free account is enough for most users
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Price: Free (offers in-app purchases)

Downloads & Ratings: 500,000+ and 4.2 stars

App page: Download Mubert on your Android device from Google Play Store

#4 Remote Mouse

I came across Remote Mouse when my mouse suddenly stopped working and I had to use something due to urgent requirements. Well, this app served me pretty well that time and I decided to keep it for future situations like this. The app basically allows you to use your smartphone or tablet with a user-friendly remote control for your computer or laptop. The app provides various control panels designed to do a particular thing.

We’re looking at panels such as Media Remote, Applicati9on Switcher, Web Browsing Remote, and many more. You can also use the app one-handed which is a nifty addition. The app is quite popular and has managed to appear on CNET, Mashable, and Product Hunt. You can use Remote Mouse as a powerful mouse with a left-handed design option. You can also use it for a keyboard replacement and a simulation for Apple Magic Trackpad.

For some special control panels, you’ll have to shell out some bucks. Otherwise, the free features are more than enough for an average user. To connect the app to your PC, you can either use an IP Address or QR code. Of course, you’ll have to download a PC client and would also need WiFi connectivity. All in all, Remote Mouse is a tool that you might find useful in various situations.

Here’s a look at the key features of  one of the best free Android app Remote Mouse:

  • Fully simulated mouse function with left-handed mode
  • Allows remotely typing by voice
  • Special control panels
  • Simulates touchpad
  • Customization
  • Various connection methods

Price: Free (offers in-app purchases)

Downloads & Ratings: 500,000+ and 4.2 stars

App page: Download Mubert on your Android device from Google Play Store

#5 MyHeritage

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MyHeritage is quite a different app that does not fall into either the productive or customization side. The app basically allows users to order DNA kits that reveal their ethnic origins and help them find new relatives. Through this app, you can order these DNA kits which is nothing but a simple cheek swab. Of course, they’ll pick up your kit to test it in the laboratory.

That’s not the only thing that MyHeritage brings to the table. You can scan your family photos and the app will use AI-based tools to bring your family history to life. It can also colorize the black-and-white photo. Another interesting addition is the ability to find ancestors in historical records. The company claims to have a database of around 13.3 billion historical records from all around the world.


Using this database and your information from the swab kit, the app gives you more insights into your family history. There’s also an option to build your family tree by just providing names. The rest of the work is handled by the algorithms behind the service. A recently added feature is Deep Nostalgia that brings life to your old family photos by animating the faces and adding expressions.

All in all, MyHeritage is an app that basically helps you find more insights related to your family and ancestors. If it’s available in your region, then you might want to give this service a shot.

Price: Free (offers in-app purchases)

Downloads & Ratings: 10,000,000+ and 4.3 stars

App page: Download MyHeritage on your Android device from Google Play Store

#6 Wanna Kicks: AR sneakers try on

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We’re back with yet another AR app that you would love if you’re a sneakerhead. Wanna Kicks basically allows you to experience new sneakers in the comfort of your home. The app uses augmented reality. You can try various sneakers and then can snap a photo that you can then share with your friends. If you like any sneaker, then you can of course shop from various websites.

That’s the core idea behind the app – allowing users to try out new sneakers on their feet using AR. The collection of sneakers basically depends on the developers. They promise to add new drops every week so you’ll always have new sneakers to try on. Of course, the experience would depend highly on your phone. You can give this app a go. There’s a high chance that you will not face any issue related to AR.

Few users have reported camera lags and the fact that sneakers don’t show up. Well, in my personal usage, I didn’t find any such issue. Do let us know how Wanna Kicks turns out for you by using the comments down below. Apart from this, there’s nothing more to talk about this app. If you love sneakers, then this might be one of the best free Android apps.

Price: Free

Downloads & Ratings: 1,000,000+ and 3.1 stars

App page: Download Wanna Kicks on your Android device from Google Play Store

#7 Fluid Simulation Free

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If you’re looking to breathe new life into your smartphone’s home screen, then Fluid Simulation might be the app you’re looking for. The app basically gives you a fresh live wallpaper that is made up of swirling substances. Hence, the name Fluid Simulator. It’s a completely free application, although you can shell out bucks to unlock some more features.

While the app brightens up your home screen, the color combination looks quite impressive. It can actually help you to chill and relieve the stress from your mind. You can also play with the fluid using your fingers. You can control various aspects of your fluid live wallpaper. You can control the color palette along with alpha, beta, gamma, and omega values. You can also control flare, motion, shake, pixelated, fringe, emboss, pressure, and whatnot.

Basically, you’re looking at a highly customizable live wallpaper. You should definitely give this app a try.

Price: Free (offers in-app purchases)

Downloads & Ratings: 5,000,000+ and 4.8 stars

App page: Download Fluid Simulation Free on your Android device from Google Play Store

With that out of the way, we’ll be concluding our weekly column for the best free Android app and games. If you’re looking for more such articles, then you might want to stay tuned.

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