I always have a Reddit client on my phone so I can waste some time with the extensive articles and amusing comments on Reddit. There are many Reddit clients and this just happens to be the one I've used for a while.
This allows you to remotely manage your Android device from your computer. Its amazing all the features and the ability to see what your phone's camera sees is very fun and useful. It also has full tracking abilities.
The easiest and best music creation package I have ever used on the Android platform. This has so many synths built-in, including a vocoder and an excellent drum machine. I use FL Studio on my desktop, but this beats the mobile version of FL Studio...
This is a great way to know whats going on in the world without having to actually read the articles. Each article is read to you by a professional announcer and you can customize it to find the articles you are interested in daily.
This app will backup and restore (hence the name) all your SMS. Not only can you schedule a backup to happen automatically, but also have that backup sent to your Google Drive. Its saved me so much trouble many times.
I've probably went through twenty or more SMS apps in the beginning trying to find what I liked and this one can not be beat. Being able to slide through each message thread simply makes this the best. There is a free version to try as well.
I love this app because when I click on links, lets say on Facebook or anything really, it pops up a chat head similar to FB Messenger instead of launching directly into my web browser. This allows me to keep my place in the current app I am using....