After much anticipation, Nothing Phone 1 finally launched last night at a starting price of Rs 32,999. If you’re one of the lucky ones with an invite that got to buy it, you probably can’t wait to dive into the phone. If you’re wondering how you can get the most out of your Nothing Phone, here are the top 10 apps you can download and use first on your Nothing Phone 1.
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If there’s one quintessential app that you need to stay connected with family and friends, it’s WhatsApp. Used by over 2 billion people, WhatsApp lets you send texts and media for free. With end-to-end encryption, your personal chats and calls are fully secured with no third party, not even WhatsApp, getting access to them.
IFTTT is an automation and workflow app, using which you can streamline and automate your everyday tasks. IFTTT offers smart home integration, allowing you to connect your smart devices directly to the app. One of the neat features IFTTT offers is automatically turning on your house lights as you approach your home. You can also integrate your social media to IFTTT and post on multiple platforms at once.
With over millions of songs and artists in its library, Spotify is the perfect app to stream music. While streaming music on Spotify is free, you can subscribe to the premium membership to get rid of ads and unlock premium features.
GeoGuessr is a super fun game to play on your Android device. On starting the game, you’re given a location from Google Street View and you have to guess where you are using the visual cues and landmarks.
Sleep Cycle tracks your sleeping pattern and gives you a detailed analysis of your sleep cycle when you wake up. The most interesting feature of Sleep Cycle is its smart alarm clock that wakes you up slowly over a period of time, so you wake up feeling like you woke up naturally and not like you got abruptly woken up.
If you’ve ever thought of learning another language, Duolingo is just the app for you. With short lessons and interactive games, Duolingo makes learning a new language incredibly fun. Duolingo also quizzes you regularly, so you can keep a record of your progress.
If you’re interested in studying the night sky and want to chart the constellations, Sky Map is the app you’re looking for. You can use it to identify stars, planets, and nebulae. All you need to do is point your phone to the sky and let Sky Map guide you across the night sky. Sky Map is one of the best apps you can use on your Nothing Phone 1.
Audible is an app owned by Amazon where you can listen to thousands of audiobooks. With over 200,000 titles, you are bound to find the book you’re searching for on Audible. Audible offers a 30-day free trial, after which you have to pay a monthly subscription to listen to audiobooks.
If you’re health-conscious and like to keep a track of your calories, MyFitnessPal is the best calorie counter you can download on your phone. All you need to do is log the entry of your meals and MyFitnessPal will calculate the number of calories you consumed. You can also enter the number of calories manually. On top of that MyFitnessPal breaks down your meals by nutrient intake, and also charts your progress through a period of time.
Stitcher is a podcast with thousands of free podcasts in its library. Its interactive and easy-to-use interface and media player makes it very simple to navigate and play podcasts. You can add podcasts you like to your library and it’ll automatically update and notify you whenever a new episode gets released.
These are the best apps you can use on Nothing Phone 1. Most of the apps on this list are free to install and use, but some may require you to subscribe to their service. If there are any other apps you love to use, let us know in the comments!
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