If you own a smartphone - irrespective of whether its Android or iOS - it's only natural that you will head over to your respective Android or iOS app stores at least once in a day to get your daily fix of the daily apps.
While apps come in all shapes and sizes, and are often categorized in different categories - such as games, photography, utility, etc - there are a few that rise above all categories and slowly become a must have in your phone (mostly due to the overall popularity of the app).
When you use a smartphone, the first thought that makes its way through your head is what are the apps that will be supported on your new device and if there will be enough space to fit all those apps in your device.
However, the biggest problem that exists here comes from the availability of internal memory which, in most phones, is not enough to suffice all the apps alongside their future updates that also require a lot of space.
But while that will be an issue until you get a new phone (like the Nexus 5 which has 32 GB internally), there are a few must have apps that you should consider and install on your device.
So here are the top 5 apps that you should have on your device no matter what.
Glove is a comparatively new Android app that allows users choose a wireless carrier. The app aims at keeping tabs on the places you use your phone the most for three staright days. And once those three days are over, the app will once again suggest you the carrier that's best suited for your phone.
Wickr is an extremely impressive messaging app that offers the best protection and encryption for any text, picture or audio messages. The app also lets users set a countdown timer for initiating self-destruction of messages.
Cal Google Calender & Exchange
Cal Google Calender & Exchange syncs the user's other calendars, such as Google and Exchange, and merges them with personal and business information. So if you're sturggling at work and forgetting about all the main days in your life, Cal will have you covered, as long as the related info is present in at least one of your personal calendars.
WhatsApp is probably the most popular app among all others in the list. The app makes use of your 3G or WiFi to message your friends and family by sending and receiving messages, pictures, audio notes, and video messages.
Similar to WhatsApp, Viber uses your mobile number to recognize users. Interested users will have to wait for their unique access codes that will go through your contact list and determine your friends who are also connected to the same service. The app will also allow you to make online calls and is must have.