Checky: This app performs a simple yet useful task for those who want to curb down their obsessiveness with their phones. It checks and tells you how many times you have viewed your smartphone. You can even compare the stats with friends.
Jelly: The app allows you to ask questions, but comes with a twist. You can ask questions with photos, maps, friends, and more. Friends can help answer your questions if you have posted a picture of a place you fail to recognise. Not many apps can do that for you.
Reddit AMA: Reddit needs no introduction. With this app, you can ask any question you like and people all over the world can send in their comments. "Ask Me Anything" interviews with everyone from movie stars to astronauts to artists in the official AMA app from Reddit.
DayFrame: This app changes your tablet into a photo frame. it has tons of apps and customisation. if your tablet is simply lying down, it can turn it into an interesting new photo frame with all the pictures you want.
FaceTune: FaceTune is a powerful app which can retouch and enhance your photos. It works like Photoshop but is very easy to use. It gives you the ability to achieve magazine-level photos anytime.
Carousel: Dropbox users will love this app as it brings all the saved photos and videos saved under one roof. It allows you to share all the images saved on Dropbox to social-media.
TimeHop: This app allows you to celebrate your photos saved on Social media. For instance, it will show you a picture of what you were doing exactly one year back on that day. It's a great app to refresh some good memories from your phone, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Foursquare.
Yo: The easiest of them all is Yo. It is basically a single-tap zero character communication tool. Users can send unlimited number of Yos' to their frends. It was one of the most popular apps in 2014.
Modern Combat 5: The gaming app could be one the most powerful and brilliant action games released in a while. With sharp controls, it allows you to play in a single or multiplayer mode.