There are many apps available on Google Play that you can download, but very few are really useful. Here are two android apps that you should check out  – SpeakerPhone Ex and ShareIT.

SpeakerPhone Ex
This is an interesting app, and very useful at times. If you constantly switch from in-call speaker to loudspeaker during a call, you are going to love this app. SpeakerPhone Ex when installed will automatically switch to speaker mode when you are not holding the handset near your ear – during a call.

So when you get a call, you press the answer button, and when you bring the phone near to your ear the app will enable the in-call speaker and the moment you move the phone away from your ear it will enable the speaker phone. So if you want to share your conversation with other people around or if your hands are occupied, keep the phone away from your ear and when you want to go private bring the phone closer to your ear.

SpeakerPhone Ex app

No points in guessing, this app makes use of proximity sensor, and well almost all smartphone have it so it will work on almost all devices. This app is free but paid version is also available that gives you more control.

Do note : If you are using a flip cover the app might not work as expected.

You can install this app from Google play.

ShareIT
This is a must have app, if you love sharing content. I am sure most of you might have used Bluetooth for sharing images, videos, files etc with other devices and it is very slow. Try ShareIT and you will be impressed with the speed.

shareit app

You need to use ShareIT on both the devices. It is simple to use and you can transfer really big files with speed of up to 40x faster than Bluetooth. What’s more you can share picture, music files, videos, docs, contacts and even apps. ShareIT supports group sharing – you can share data with up to 5 devices simultaneously.

You can download the ShareIT (Lenovo Corp app) from Google Play.

Published by Gogi Rana

Founder and Chief Editor - gogi.in

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  1. Yes gogi, shareit very easy useful app I have use already this app. Es file manger tuf for use and other app not give the speed but shareit complete app for sharing for documents and file.

  2. If you have es explorer, you don’t need depend on other apps. It have net-manager option to send heavy files seamlessly. And one more thing! Shareit, Xender are especially for sharing.

  3. I use xender for file transfer between phones. There is an occasional problem with shareit. It resets my home Wi-Fi network so that my other connected devices become disconnected. Don’t know why it happens. So I don’t use it now.

  4. I rely on Zapya for file transfer since it has cross platform support. So I could exchange large files with my laptop wirelessly. And its very fast too and not to mention a great UI and an inbuilt messenger.

    1. Shereit have windows and I os support also install share it on PC and laptop and share seamlessly from phone and PC

      Web site: kc.lenovo.com

  5. Gogi ji why dont u post such articles every Week.
    Some Apps reviews each week.
    Am sure your audience will love seeing apps reviews 🙂

    1. I’m using super beam (old version), just scan to connect, superbeam new version has more feature but connection failed maximum time. Received files are stored in internal storage. So better to go with Xendor.

      1. Superbeam paid app is available for free just google it and superbeam has high speed transfer than shareit more over U can change the storage directory to external sd card n settings

    2. I was using Superbeam til my friends told me to use ShareIT as this one gives freedom from the scanning thing.
      In addition you can share files with a computer, Laptop too.
      This is a lenovo app and was pre installed in my A6000, And lenovo laptop but never tried it before the last week

    1. Answering Machine is good for land-line phones but the same concept makes no sense on a mobile phone, because you are always carrying it with you. But on Mobile there is voice mail option, similar to an Answering Machine, you can activate that feature (check with mobile network) and you can also choose when to use voice mail (call forwarding) for example, when out of network coverage, when you ignore call, etc.