SimpleNote :Wondering what’s the use of downloading and installing an additional note application on your Google Pixel 3 when it already comes preloaded with Google Keep right out of the box. But SimpleNote triumphs over Google’s note keeping the app, Google Keep in terms of design, customization and the simplicity. The application takes after its name by allowing users to simply keep track of their most important things, shopping lists, reminders and other stuff. The app even takes it a notch further by offering dark and light modes for better user experience.More importantly, SimpleNote is available on almost every platform and syncing your stuff over a plethora of devices is hassle-free.
Weather Timeline:Weather plays a vital part to plan your schedule and can often drop some surprises in your path. Keeping track of weather can be a tedious task, but with Google Pixel 3, you can get live weather updates periodically over the day. But major weather reporting apps including the infamous Google app make things more complicated to grasp. Weather timeline, unlike other weather reporting apps, doesn’t feature cluttered designs, animations, and meaningless graphs. Touted as a simple and elegant weather reporting app, Weather Timeline makes weather more straightforward to understand thanks to the usage of colors and clipart as opposed to numbers and symbols.
Flamingo for Twitter:Twitter is a quintessential element of our social media life, and without it, things turn awful. However, Twitter is best used in collaboration with Flamingo. Developed by the makers of Weather Timeline, Flamingo for Twitter is the best tool to give your Twitter a makeover.The enriching customizing and design features of Flamingo can put the original Twitter app to same. Moreover, Flamingo is extremely easy to use and get the hang of. The app is loved by both beginners and professionals equally. But the best part about running Flamingo on Pixel is the stark design hues and vibrant colors. The Full HD display on Google Pixel 3 instills in life into an otherwise slumberous tool.
Agenda Calendar Widget:The baked in Calendar app on Google Pixel powered by Google is a resourceful calendar widget, but apart from syncing birthdays and events from your Google profile, the calendar app is a simple and easy take. However, for people looking for a feature rich calendar app, the answer to your queries is Agenda Calendar Widget. It displays everything right off your schedule, be it meetings, leisure, anniversaries or one of those days. Designed with an elegant look, the Agenda Calendar widget is beautiful and appealing. It even integrates with your Google account to display your account related tasks and reminders on your calendar. Agenda Calendar widget also displays weather information as an added advantage on your calendar. Just add it to your home screen, and the rest will be taken care off on its own.
Developer: Candl Apps
Muzei:Choosing the right wallpaper for your phone is like choosing what outfit to wear. With Muzei, you can let the app do the picking for you—and you can learn about famous works of art in the process. In addition to cycling through classic paintings like van Gogh’s Starry Night, you can also choose your favourite photos from your own gallery. If you constantly change your wallpaper, this is the app to get.
Android Auto:You no longer need a fancy in-dash system to use Android Auto. Just dock your phone, open Android Auto, and you’ll be met with a simplified interface that features enlarged buttons and powerful voice support. In addition, you can send customized reply messages with a single tap, easily navigate with Google Maps, and more. Check here for the Apps that work with Android Auto.
Snapseed:The Pixel has the best smartphone camera on the market. Snapseed, an app developed by Google, will help you get the best out of the said camera with tools, filters, and other editing features usually found in powerful desktop software. The beauty of Snapseed is not only is it powerful but it’s really easy to use, whether you’re touching up a photo for Instagram or editing for a project. And it doesn’t cost a dime, making it that much better.
Trello:Whether you’re a student or working professional, Trello is a great way to stay organized. The app allows you to work solo or in teams to create boards, customize workflows, add checklists, and more. It is useful for large projects and is an invaluable tool for keeping things neat and organized.
Adobe Photoshop Express:Our go-to app has to be Adobe Photoshop Express, which enjoys greater accuracy when highlighting specific objects to manipulate and edit. Great results are that much easier to get with a stylus that they are solely by using your fingers. Sure, Photoshop Express will never rival the sheer number of tools and features available in the full-fat desktop PC version of Photoshop, but you’ll probably never find a better companion to make edits on the move.