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App Insight #5: Best Reddit Client?

Welcome to this week’s App Insight!

Each week we shall let you know about our favourite Android apps along with a few sweet deals!

Have an app you’d like to suggest? Are you an app developer and would like to see your app here? Drop us a comment below and let us know what apps we should put up next week!

This week’s picks are:

aCalendar +


By: Tapir Apps GmbH
Price: Free
In-App Purchases: Yes/$1.99
Play Store Rating: 4.7
Our Rating: 4.5

Organization is important in daily life. Most of us rely on calendar apps to give a quick insight on our routine. From all the options A+ calendar grabs our attention. A+ calendar consists beautiful UI layout, rich customizations, ease of use and a task management facility. The app lets us to choose from a week, month, day or year view. It is also extremely flexible in widgets. One can opt from many available options. The app is available free to download and a pro version carries the price tag of $1.99. Worth a shot.


  • Business features like invite attendees, free/busy profiles, share as ICS, …
  • Google tasks
  • Full screen widgets
  • Custom event font size
  • QR barcode sharing of events and much more…




By: Uwe Trottmann
Price: Free
In-App Purchases: Yes/$1.99
Play Store Rating: 4.2
Our Rating: 4.0

Are you a Game Of Thrones fan? Can’t afford to miss the latest episode? Well, for all the TV addicts like me, SeriesGuide is the must have app for us. The app helps us to track our favourite TV shows and also notifies about all latest episodes in the pipeline. There is also a cloud feature that lets you sync your list with SeriesGuide Cloud. SeriesGuide is fully materialized and hassle free to use. It is available for free to download with ad-free version costing $1.99.


  • Track your watched episodes, keep tabs on new releases and manage your media collection
  • Connect with trakt to check in, comment, rate and to sync between devices and media centres
  • No sign-in required, keeps working without an internet connection
  • DashClock extension
  • List widget


Sync for Reddit

Sync for Reddit

By: Red Apps LTD
Price: Free
In-App Purchases: Yes/$1.99
Play Store Rating: 4.8
Our Rating: 5.0

Reddit finally has an official Android app. But, until then it was only third party developers show in the Play Store. There are like dozens of options to choose from. Each one has its strength and weakness. But, Sync pro is a perfect all-rounder to top our recommendation chart list. The app is the combination of rich material design user interface with loads of customizations options. It delivers a rich card experience with image and video previews. The app currently enjoys user’s love with overall 4.8 rating in Play Store. One can try the free version here before upgrading to the pro. This is undoubtedly the best Reddit Client available on the Play Store.


  • Multi account support
  • Night Theme with AMOLED support
  • Advanced submission editor
  • Easy navigation
  • Amazing performance and lot more!


Opera Max

Opera Max

By: Opera
Price: Free
In-App Purchases: No
Play Store Rating: 4.3
Our Rating: 4.5

Opera max is a life saver app for those who are constantly worried about their data pack reaching its limit. Opera max smartly manages your Data in apps and also while streaming audio & video. One of the key features of this app is to selectively restrict any background data or any kind of activity. So, you don’t have to worry about your expensive data packs running out anymore. Wi-Fi users can also benefit by boosting internet speeds. Last but not least, it is absolutely free to download with no In-App purchases.


  • Save megabytes while using popular apps like YouTube, Netflix, Line, Instagram, Google Chrome, Gaana, Pandora, Slacker Radio, and more
  • Control how much data you use while roaming
  • Manage data on all your apps individually
  • Boost Wi-Fi speeds
  • Save up to 50% of your data when watching videos on YouTube or your favourite shows and movies on Netflix.



Sync Pro

By: mvilla
Price: Free
In-App Purchases: Yes/$2.50
Play Store Rating: 4.2
Our Rating: 4.5

Newsfold is a Feedly client that aims to improve reading experience. It is made by Fenix developer mvilla. The app shines through simple gestures throughout the user interface. App navigation is simple, quick and it also supports day-night mode. One can cache the articles and images for offline reading too. Newsfold is free to download with some pro features costing $2.50 as a one-time purchase.


  • Multiple accounts support
  • Additional themes
  • Lots of swipe gestures
  • Easy sharing
  • Offline reading


Stay tuned for next week’s app insights. Do you have any app to recommend? Sound off in comments.



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