10 Best Unknown Apps from Google

Did you know about these best unknown apps in the play store that come directly from Google Inc. itself? Google isn’t only responsible for the Android OS and its marketplace. A whole bunch of apps in the play store comes directly from Google Inc. Itself. While you’ll know about many of the more well-liked ones, there are others that are lesser known, but these Best Unknown Apps from Google are still helpful.

Best Unknown Apps from Google

1. Androidify

This recreational app from Google can actually be a lot of fun. Its self-descriptive name reveals what this app does. You can create android likenesses of you and your friends.

2. Car Home

This app will likely become much more important by the end of the year. With Google’s entry into automobiles with android Auto, the long forgotten Car Home app may just come into the limelight. The app allows you to quickly access functions that you may need while driving.

3. My Tracks

My Tracks is pretty similar to Google Fit app. It records your movements outside and allows you to annotate and share them with friends.

4. Google Gesture Search

Fan of gesture controls? This app allows you to search your android device using gestures. You can’t search the web, of course, but almost everything on your phone is searchable otherwise.

5. Chrome remote desktop

This richness app can be helpful for some. The Chrome Remote desktop application allows you to access and manage your PC from your android-based smartphone.

6. My Maps

Perhaps overshadowed by the Google Maps app, My Maps is something that frequent travelers will enjoy. It allows you to create your own custom maps and use them anywhere.

7. Snapseed

This photo ending tool from Google claims to be the only one that you’ll need on your phone. Try it and find out if the claims are real

8. Google Santa Tracker

The concept of tracking Santa isn’t exactly new. The story goes that in 1995, the number of a Santa tracking service was wrongly printed, with NORAD’s number instead. But, when people called the number, NORAD diligently told them the location of Saint Nick. In 2007, Google decided to go head-head-to-head with NORAD and the company has been doing it ever since.

9. YouTube creator studio

If you own a YouTube channel, then this app is made for you. The YouTube Creator Studio allows you to manage your channel from your phone while on the move.

10. Google authenticator

If you‘re worried about privacy, then you will love the two-step verification that Google Authenticator adds to your phone. It makes stealing data that much more difficult and adds another level of security to your device.