Like every year around this time, Google Play has chosen the best games and Android apps of 2021. In addition to the proposals chosen by the users themselves after a voting period, the application store has selected as winners a total of 15 applications and 20 games divided into multiple categories.Next, we are going to stop in the category of the best basic apps for day to day, where Google Play has chosen three free and very disparate alternatives: from an application to identify and care for plants, to a photo editor, through a tool to acquire good habits. Let’s see them in detail.
Blossom – Identify plants
With a photo, ‘Blossom‘ it is able to identify more than 1,000 plants, flowers, succulents and trees, and from there, offer you information about them, tips and video tutorials to take better care of them. It also allows you to set reminders to receive a notification and not forget to water, fertilize, mist, clean or replant.
It includes a constantly updated blog and a Notes feature to keep a daily check on the life of your plants with the ability to add photos to see how they have changed. ‘Blossom’ is free to download, but offers in-app purchases; the premium version also includes a light meter to find the best location for plants.
PhotoRoom Studio Photo Editor
From an image, ‘PhotoRoom‘ automatically recognizes objects and people so that you can remove the background and change it to a new one, correct the light and contrast, make a collage or add text, logos, filters or stickers.The process is very simple: choose an image from your gallery or take a photo from the app, choose a background from the library ( there are more than 1,000 templates available ), add whatever you want and, once you have the image to your liking, save it or share it on social networks.
The download is free, but offers purchases; the paid version allows, among other things, to remove the watermark from PhotoRoom, export in high resolution and add logos.
Rabit – Streak of habits
If you have decided to change your habits, ‘Rabit‘ can give you a hand. You just have to create a routine of constant habits and, every day you complete them, you will get Streak days with which you will grow little plants.
Because, according to its creators, a habit is like a plant: it requires perseverance and dedication.It has a very neat interface, a dark mode and a map of Streaks with colors to easily see which days of the month you have met your goals and which ones have not. Like the other two apps, the download of ‘Rabit’ is free, but it offers purchases and, in this case, it also includes ads. The paid version, among other additional functions, allows you to create to-do lists.