Our Five Favorite Android Apps in 2018

December 19, 2018 •

Android Apps

PUBG Mobile

Our Five Favorite Android Apps in 2018

The end of the year is a great time to scroll through your phone and do a little housekeeping. Take a look at apps that you don’t use anymore and check the permissions of other apps whose privacy standards aren’t as high as they should be. It’s also a great time to discover a new favorite app. While they may not be brand new, here are five of our favorite Android apps that we used in 2018.

Pocket Casts

In 2018, we saw podcasts become even more popular than ever before. A study by Edison Research found that 69% of podcasts were listened to on a mobile device. Pocket Casts is an amazing app that gives podcast listeners a great listening and browsing experience. The gorgeous design easy-to-use interface are great for listening at home or in the car. The ability to sync across multiple devices makes it even easier to binge your favorites.


Even with all of the incredible enhancements in mobile photography this year, not every picture you take turns out exactly the way you wanted. Snapseed is a photo editing app that can handle everything from a quick crop to more advanced editing techniques.

PUBG Mobile

The Mobile Game of the Year Award winner from the Golden Joystick Awards has taken the world by storm in 2018. PUBG Mobile is an online battle royale game allows players from around the world to battle it out in an effort to be the last one standing. The free game has more than 400 million players and shows no signs of slowing down.

reddit is fun

Known as the “front page of the internet,” Reddit is a site that aggregates content from around the world, allowing for discussion and voting by its’ users. You can browse all of your favorite subreddits easily with reddit is fun’s simple design and disable all ads by upgrading to the premium version of the app.


Staying safe on the road is important to us at ProClip. Drivemode is a great app to simplify the interface of your phone while you’re commuting or running errands. You can easily answer calls and text messages hands-free using voice commands while still accessing essential driving apps like Waze or Spotify. Drivemode is a great app to pair with a custom ProClip mount in your car.