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Best Alternatives For Popular Google Apps

by Hayate Abul Digital Marketing

Are you bored of using the same old Google apps for everything? Or do you want to explore some new apps that can actually replace the Google apps? Well, there’s no harm in scouring some new apps, right. So let’s jump into the listicle and discover some alternatives.

Google Apps

  1. Google Chrome

This very famous app is our browser for every need.  In fact, can you even imagine a phone without Chrome? Actually, you can.

Alternative 1- Mozilla Firefox

It’s a very popular browser that exists since 2002, even before Google Chrome came into the picture. Mozilla Firefox is super smooth and super fast. You can sync it with your desktop system, easily use bookmarks, and run YouTube in the background.

Alternative 2- Opera

This is also very old and one of the most downloaded Android Web browsers. Opera comes with a really good interface and a built-in news feed. You can speed dial your favorite websites in just a click and compress photos and videos to save space. Also, no need to worry about ads, as Opera blocks them natively.

  1. Google Photos

With amazing storage and features, Google Photos might be the best photo album app you know but again, it’s not the only one.

Alternative 1- Amazon Photos

Very few people know about Amazon Photos which is a very similar app to Google Photos in terms of functions. Just like Google Photos, the app recognizes faces to find people and places and is very easy to use.

Alternative 2- Flickr

Flickr is an amazing app that gives you access to join the Flicker’s photographer community along with the photo storage album. It gives you a massive free 1TB cloud storage which is more than enough for all your photos.

  1. Google Maps

Can you imagine there are other apps that can help you find your destination and save you from the traffic like Google Maps? Yes, there are.

Alternative 1- Waze

Waze is certainly a Google-owned app but works quite differently from Google Maps. Waze is more like social networking where you can report about everything you come across in your way, like traffic police checking speed or road barriers, etc.

Alternative 2- Here WeGo

Here WeGo maps are Nokia owned and run in 132 countries around the world. The app functions are similar to Google Maps except the former allows you to even download offline maps for free. Here WeGo is also a very light app as compared to Google Maps.

  1. Gmail

Gmail app is one of the best email apps which allows you to get emails from other services as well. But guess what, there are other such apps which you can use in its place.

Alternative 1-BlueMail

BlueMail is one-stop for managing all your emails. The app helps you work with your emails, has a built-in calendar, and also has a dark mode. BlueMail allows you to read a preview of your mail without opening it and organize emails easily.

Alternative 2- Microsoft Outlook

This has been a very reputed app for organizing emails. It allows all kinds of Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo accounts to manage. The interface is well designed which makes it easier to use.

  1. Google Drive

Google Drive is considered the best cloud storage app but there are other apps as well which functions equally well.

Alternative 1- Dropbox

Dropbox has been a favorite for many people over the years. It’s really simple and easy to use for every phone type. Although it offers only 2GB free storage space, you can purchase more according to your need.

Alternative 2- Microsoft OneDrive

This app functions really well if linked with a Windows computer and will help you sync files easily. The app provides nice features like a notification when any file is shared and automatic tagging to help you find your files easily.

  1. Docs, Sheets, and Slides

Google Productivity Suite is very useful for students and corporate works but at times it lacks progressive features. Here are some really good alternatives to this.

Alternative 1- Microsoft Office Mobile

Microsoft is the oldest and the best office suite till now. Even with the mobile version, you can work equally well and use Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on your phone.

Alternative 2- OfficeSuite

OfficeSuite also gives you access to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on your phone. It also allows you to edit and manage PDFs and files easily. Many phones have OfficeSuite as a preinstalled app.

  1. Google Pay

Over the years, Google Pay has evolved to be a really easy app to make online payments. Well, there are a few pretty good alternatives as well.

Alternatives 1- Venmo

Venmo is growing to be a popular app in the last few years. You can connect your bank to your Venmo account and make payments easy. You can also request money and keep tabs on the bills.

Alternative 2- PayPal

PayPal has grown to be a really good mobile wallet app. You can easily send and receive money and do online shopping. The app also helps you send invoices and the PayPal credit enables you to manage your credit line.

These are some really good alternatives to reform your online working experience. Make sure you give them a try!

Mathew Anderson is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for directory Websites at True Antivirus.

Source : Google Apps


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