Most Addictive Android Apps

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Smartphones have rapidly transformed from great-to-have to should-have devices. It’s practically impossible to spend an entire day without texting, calling, emailing, social networking or playing games. They are supposedly the pure productivity machines and hence they open the doors to hundreds of apps which are programmed to help you get things done. However anyone who is a victim of Candy Crush surely knows how smartphones are equally capable of destroying productivity. Here are some of the apps that may thwart all your efforts at output. Please continue with caution.

QuizUp

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This addictive game lets you confront with friends or casual strangers in trivia face-offs on topics varying from geography to Lord of the Rings. The topics are easy to find that match your interests and chat with people who have something in common with you.

Definitionado

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This one may do your brain some good. It checks your knowledge of idioms, riddles, definitions, words and ins and outs to solve puzzles. Finishing puzzles will get you coins, which you can use in exchange for hints when a tough problem rolls around.

WhatsApp

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WhatsApp needs no introduction. You can send text messages, video and audio clips, make voice calls and pictures to anyone from your contact list to anywhere in the world. Now you also have a WhatsApp Web which you can access from your desktop.

Facebook And Messenger

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Yes the list without these would be incomplete. It is the most widely known social networking site and some of its users spend an immoderate amount of time on it allowing the hours to while away unobserved, even to ignore family and friends in the actual world at times.

Twitter

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You may feel neglected, discontented, and maybe even ignorant of what’s happening when you’re away from Twitter. You can easily fall into the trap of this addictive social networking site and feel the need to be online all the time to keep up with the tweets from people you follow and also tweeting yourself.

Tumblr

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This is one of the best photo sharing communities on Android. An incessant stream of remarkable photography. But it‘s not restricted only to still images; you can post videos, GIFs, music, links and more. Plus, you can follow your favourite blogs and celebrities and stay updated.

Instagram

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There is no denying that people do get victimized by Instagram. Similar to Tumbler, this app is a photo and video sharing app. You can edit your photos with different filters available and post them allowing your friends and followers to comment from around the world.

Flipkart/Amazon

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With the Internet becoming an essential part of our lives, no wonder so many offline activities have shifted over to online locale. And for all the shopaholics apps like Flipkart and Amazon are simply blessings. With the tempting discounts you may just get spell bounded.

Foodpanda/TinyOwl/Zomato

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With the rise in online food ordering apps, all the foodies can never get enough of it. No more wondering about selecting a restaurant or making a reservation when you can get all of them in a single app assorted with different cuisines ready to deliver to your doorstep within a definite time. Simply select from the list of restaurants available in your area and make an order. You can either pay online or opt for Cash on delivery.

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by techtalks @TechTalks December 22, 2015 12:24 PM UTC
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