It’s the beginning of September and it’s time for a new batch of the best apps. This time we have an app that will help you control your media volume more systematically, an app that will help you discover more podcasts, and a game that looks like a rocket league but isn’t.
The first app on our list is VolEQ. If you switch between streaming video apps a lot, you might find this one very useful for a balanced audio experience. You can create different presets within the app for each of these content streaming apps. So if you’re watching videos on YouTube or watching a series on Netflix, you can try the balanced preset. Basically, low sounds will be just a little louder and louder sounds will be a little quieter.
The noisy preset helps reduce noise in videos that have a lot going on in the background. The Podcast template is pretty self-explanatory. You can try this when listening to podcasts, it basically equalizes the sound, so even whispers will be very audible for you. You can even manually adjust the presets to your liking.
The next app on our list is STFO. I know, it’s a weird name, but it’s a pretty useful app. It is basically a do not disturb app with steroids. So, let’s say you are busy working and don’t want to be disturbed but at the same time don’t want to miss an important message from your parents, friends or colleagues, this app will help you solve that problem.
You can program different types of rules within the application. You can choose the application you want to add a rule to, and you can choose the type of message the tips should send you. For example – I added hints like ‘Urgent’, ‘Important’ and stuff like that. Therefore, whenever a message contains these words, I will receive a notification even if the phone is in Do Not Disturb mode.
Likewise, you can add the word ‘Sale’ for a particular app and it can clear the notification for you so you don’t have to do this manually whenever there is a discount offer on a product from your wish list. There are several other actions the app can take.
3. Crash Drive 3:
This time, we’ve included a game too. Crash Drive 3 is a simple car game, but in an open world. You can drive and do some tricks. You can play online and offline.
There are some missions in the upper right corner of the screen that you must complete to win first place. You can do different types of stunts and a variety of missions and you get points based on that.
The game is super fun and a real time killer, however it is a little difficult to control the car with these touch buttons provided. You may have to adjust it a little bit.
Flux is by far the most attractive and one of the most accurate weather apps I could find on the PlayStore. You get all the temperature basics on the front page with some more details about the hourly weather forecast. You can also take a look at the timeline here to see what the weather was like a few hours ago.
You can even change the app’s theme from some options provided. You also have the option to change the theme of the illustration for the entire app and choose what you like best.
If you scroll down, you know the details like precipitation rate, wind, UV index and AQ. You can even enable morning briefs and heads up to be prepared before leaving home for work.
The final app on our list is Moonbeam. If you are someone like me who loves listening to podcasts, this might be the perfect app for you. When opening the app, it asks you to choose certain categories that you prefer so that the app can recommend some podcasts for you. You have options like movies, sports, science, movies, entertainment and a lot of other options
Initially, it plays just a few seconds that might interest you. And if something catches your attention, or rather your ears. You can click on that podcast and listen to it completely in the app itself. The app also shows you all the details about that specific podcast. You can even discover more podcasts in the discover tab and everything is well organized so that everyone can access the podcasts easily, without hassle.
These were some of the best apps for the month of September. What is your favorite free Android app? Let us know through the comments.