How often do you reach for your phone to use an app? Apps have changed the way we use our Android phones, and it seems as though there is an app for just about everything. That being said, here’s a look at the 10 best Android apps of September.

  1. Split-Screen Creator

Ever wanted to launch apps in a split-screen view on your device? Now you can! This app lets you create shortcuts to quickly launch the apps you most use into multi-window mode.

  1. Hide “Running in the Background” Notification Starting

This app’s great for hiding your background notifications that run on Android Oreo. If you’re not a fan of persistent notifications, this is the app for you.

  1. Facer 4.0

The new 4.0 version of this app comes with big updates and loads of new functionality and features. If you have a smartwatch, you’re going to love the updates.

  1. nPlayer

This media player app can play almost any media format without you having to convert files. The UI is easy to use and it has tons of cool features.

  1. Mixer Create

This Microsoft app is aimed at broadcasters and gamers and is great for live streamlining mobile gameplay or even your daily experiences, if you like. The app is ultra-easy to use thanks to one-button live streaming and you can chat with viewers while streaming.

  1. Fenix 2 for Twitter

Fenix 2 has officially launched and the Twitter client app offers much of the same features as the Twitter app along with extras like larger images in feeds, and you can customize your feed.

  1. Tinycards by Duolingo

This Duolingo app aims to help you learn new languages with the assistance of flash cards. Tinycards works really well in conjunction with Duolingo for learning a language.

  1. MondlyVR

Like its original counterpart, MondlyVR allows you to learn new languages but you can now immerse yourself in VR and enjoy an entirely new way of learning. Talk to in-app personages as if you were having a face-to-face conversation, just with in-app characters.

  1. Amazon Prime Video

While this is not the first time the app has been made available on Android, it is now back and it allows users to log into their Amazon Prime account to access all their content to view via the app on other platforms.

  1. Ellentube

If you are fanatic about Ellen de Generes, and you want more of her content, check out this brand-new app with loads of videos from her show. With the app, you can see original content that was specially created for ellentube and check out show clips.

Bonus App for September 2017 – Pocket Casts

Costing just $3.99, this is the perfect app for you if you love podcasts. This is an easy-to-use and stable Android app that allows you to stream or download different podcasts to your device. The app boasts video and audio-only podcast support and there are different themes to choose from as well as a sign-in feature for you to synch podcasts across your devices.

Now that you’ve seen the top 10 apps for September, which ones do you think could enhance your Android experience?