The year 2018 will end soon, so we’re going to see what this year brought to us regarding Android applications. Many apps and mobile games rolled out in 2018, some of which are very cool and useful, while others are not worthy to mention. Today, we’re going to show you a short list of some of the best Android app launched in 2018.
Best Android Apps Launched In 2018
Cake Web Browser
In a market in which Google Chrome is dominant, launching an alternative to it is a significant challenge. Even more, coming up with a reliable Internet browser that can compete with Google Chrome is a considerable feat, a groundbreaking achievement.
However, Cake Technologies Inc. took its chances and released Cake Web Browser which, even though it only gathered more than 100,000 users so far, is by far one of the most solid browser options for 2018.
Although Dolphin Emulator is not new, technically, it is now, once again, available on the Google Play Store where it already totaled more than 1,000,000 downloads. However, it’s still underrated, so the rate of 3.3 stars out of 5 that it received on Play Store is not reflecting the truth which is that Dolphin Emulator is one of the best Android apps launched in 2018.
Nonetheless, it is the only decent Nintendo Wii and Nintendo GameCube emulator for Android so nobody can take that from Dolphin Emulator which made its comeback on Google Play Store in 2018.
Launched in 2018, also, Grammarly Keyboard is arguably one of the best keyboard apps for Android that rolled out this year. It is a helpful app that “reads” what you’re typing and corrects your orthography and grammar as you type.
Grammarly Keyboard is a sleek keyboard app for Android, and it even boasts a dark theme, along with several other cool features such as gesture typing.
ProtonVPN is one of the best Android apps launched in 2018 by far. It is one of the most complete VPN solutions we can find on Google Play Store and “includes a strict no-logging policy, full encryption, a good list of servers, and it’s based in Switzerland [which] has some fairly hardcore privacy protections,” as Android Authority put it.
ProtonVPN is a free app, but it also packs some paid VPN solutions which range between $4 and $24 per month.
Katie Tachuck is a reporter for News Lair. After graduating from UCLA, Katie got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a investigative journalist and producer. Katie has also worked as a columnist for the The Santa Fe New Mexican. Katie covers economy and community events for News Lair.