There are a ton of apps submitted to the Google Play Store each day and it gets kind of hard to keep track of all of them. But when it comes to paid apps, not a lot of them survive the harshness of the market. The 5 best Android apps for $10 or approximately around that price are not what everyone would want.
However, they are invaluable for those who do need them. We have already covered other price ranges such as apps for $3 and apps for $5 in previous articles. This time around you are going to aim a little bit higher.
I’m one of those people who won’t hesitate to pay for an app that will bring a positive change to their lifestyle. I’ve already paid for the apps that I use daily, Nova Launcher and MX Player are apps that have given me a lot for my bucks. The 5 best Android apps for $10 may not be for everyone, but if you are interested in a certain genre, you will love having them by your side.
Note: The 5 best Android apps for $10 were tested on a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone. The apps worked fine and no problems were faced during testing. Some of the apps may require an active Internet connection for certain features. As they are all of very diverse nature, the app list is not in any particular order.
1. aCar Pro
If you happen to own a car or truck, then you’ll love what this app has to offer. Sure, a lot of people do remember when there last oil change was, but a lot of people don’t have the luxury to remember minute details about their car. This is where aCar rolls into play, it’s a great app to track each and everything about your car and keep it in prime condition throughout the years.
By logging activities, you’ll be able to manage and keep track of all fill-ups, fuel mileages, maintenance, expenses and services with ease. You can even keep records of your cars, trucks or even bikes if you happen to own them.
The Pro version of the app allows you to share statistical charts on Facebook and Twitter. It even has home screen shortcuts for logs that you use on a daily basis.
2. Titanium Backup
Do you want to gain more access to your smartphone and its functions?
Do you already have a rooted smartphone?
Then this is the app you should get as soon as possible. It is by far the most powerful backup app out there; it can create a full copy of your smartphone including game saves and save it in a handy place. That’s not all, even after you format your full phone, you’ll be able to easily restore all the functionality back by using this powerful backup tool.
Do you want to back up your messaging app complete with all the messages and pictures? This is the tool that can help you do that. Having a rooted phone and not having Titanium Backup on it is an Android sin.
3. edjing PRO
We all love how easy it is to become a DJ right?
Well, it turns out it is not as easy as you thought. How do I know that? Well, I tried out this fully featured DJ app and I kind of suck.
Maybe if you have a great sense of rhythm and can already mix and match music, this app will help you get the most out of your Android smartphone. Edjing Pro is a surprisingly loaded DJ app for Android.
Honestly speaking, I can only make loops for mobile games when it comes to music but I have absolutely no knowledge about it. That’s exactly why I asked the actual DJs about this app and they gave it a raving review. However, they also told me that this app has the uncanny ability to reduce the quality of high bit rate MP3 files.
4. PPSSPP Gold
Want to play PSP games on your Android smartphone but want everything to run smoothly?
This is the one app you should get. While there are many great PSP emulator apps for Android, this one is by far one of the best around. It is an emulator app that allows you to easily load PSP games onto your Android smartphone and enjoy them on the go.
If you have a powerful device, you’ll have no trouble racing through fast-paced PSP games on your smartphone. I highly recommend that you use a controller with this app, though, the touchscreen controls can get a bit hectic especially when you are playing a shooter game.
5. FL Studio Mobile
FL Studio or Fruit Loops Studio is my personal favorite software to make good sounding music for video games. I was not aware that this app was also available for Android and was quite pleased that is provided almost the same functionality as the desktop version.
If you want to create catchy music for your videogame or videos, this is the app you should check out. While it is an expensive investment, the smooth interface and easy to use, features will make it a great addition to your sound making arsenal. And in the long run, you’ll save a lot of money by making original music for your games instead of licensing tracks.
These were the 5 best Android apps for $10 available on Android store. While the prices may fluctuate, they are still closer to $10 than other apps. I’m pretty sure that not everyone would want every app on this list, most probably you’ll select 2 or maybe 3 apps from here. I’m an Android freak and even I won’t use the full list myself.
So, what do you think about these great yet pricey apps? They are nowhere near the most expensive apps for Android but they do carry a significant price tag. Talk to us in the comments below.