I think everyone who has smartphones likes using verious apps as they make our lives much easier (for example weather forecast, internat bank apps and so on), but what are the top paid Android apps in 2017? Now Insider Monkey has come up with a long list, as we can find 25 apps in their compilation.
I check the possibility of downloading various apps regularly , as they are very useful. It’s great when I can see the weather forecast on the screen, or I can search jobs on the internet.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked four of the top paid Android apps in 2017 from their list.
The first one is CAD Touch Pro. If you are a CAD designer, and you would like some mobility in your craft, then this is the go-to app for you for your smartphone. The drawbacks of this app seem to be its high price and rather cluttered user interface due to the limited screen size of portable devices. The next app is Light Flow Pro. If you love customization, then Light Flow Pro, is for you. Pretty much every smartphone has a LED notification system that lets you know you have unseen messages, missed calls or social media activity. Light Flow Pro allows you to customize your LED notification behavior to match your style. The third one is one of my favorites: paprika Recipe Manager. If you are like me, and you are fond of cooking, then this app is surely for you! You can keep track your best recipes and you can make your own cookbook. It’s one of the most popular apps in 2017 as more and more people turn back to making their food for themselves instead of going to restaurants, so it’s a great opportunity to store all your recipes in a tiny digital cookbook, which is actually your phone. The last one for today is AccuWeather Platinum that is definitely on my phone, too. i love this app as it shows all the quick changes of the weather immediately, so when I am in front of my computer and work, I get to know all the necessary information.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about top 25 paid Android apps in 2017.