Classifying best Android apps is not an easy thing to do, as it depends a lot on people’s preferences, but having a go at it is fun and would help us get feedback from our readers to see what kind of apps they like and which they don’t. As Spring is slowly settling in, some people might be struck with a temporary bad mood, as the shift from cold to warm may impact the way in which we transition. Spring is a time for celebration, and even though some live in areas that are warm year-round, the sentiment of the new season still leaves its mark. With this Spring-spirit in mind, our best Android apps for March will encompass the trends that usually take hold when the days get longer. And the allergies also take hold in Spring, as demonstrated by the beautiful illustration on top, courtesy of our favorite: The Oatmeal.
In Spring, people usually already start thinking about Summer. Girls and boys alike start thinking about renewing their bodies, regenerating from the damage Winter’s cold winds have done and honestly, getting a beach-bod. It might not be a main concern, but there are many people out there, including myself, who are starting to take up new sports routines in order to get rid of the flabs of Winter. Others will start re-evaluating their lifestyle and start seeing things in more positive light. Some feel that Spring has brought out the worst in them, getting riddled with anxiety and stress, as March is a busy month, when everybody starts getting out more. The best Android apps for this season are usually fitness apps, nutrition apps, relaxation apps and productivity apps, as the symbolism of Spring is a new beginning. As such, we might get a bit obsessed with changing our habits for the better.
Charlotte has also reviewed her lifestyle, and has decided to take up Yoga and fitness exercises, because sitting at a desk all Winter did not do her a bum a lot of good. As she’s seeing the new veggies and fruits getting cheaper in the market, and fresh food starting to gain terrain in supermarkets, she’s thinking about new recipes that she should try, which would help her avoid the flu-season easily. At the same time, she’s thinking about relaxation and improving her work, with which productivity and relaxation apps may help. She’s also trying to get her brain back into its normal thinking pace, as the colds of Winter have slowed it down a bit. But there’s also fun to be had, as Spring means more trips outside, and the anti-social girl in Charlotte is starting to vanish. Ramblings aside, let’s see which are the best Android apps for March. We will keep updating this post when we find new apps during the next few weeks that would help you transition from Winter to Spring in a relaxed, comfy, cozy, happy way.
1. Pocket Yoga
Yoga is a form of exercise that can be taken up by anyone, as it doesn’t require a level of fitness. It is the sport of relaxation, stretching and getting your body back into shape. It has great health benefits and helps your syche, too, which is why the Pocket Yoga apps is one of the best Android apps for March. If you are thinking of getting back into shape, relieving some stress, finding some balance in your life or plain relaxing a bit without procrastinating too much, Yoga is for you. Pocket Yoga is the best Android app for this purpose because it is very easy to use, it doesn’t take up a lot of memory and it comes with a magnificent soundtrack that offers relaxation and a soothing atmosphere. It has poses and exercises for beginners and more advanced practitioners and keeps things very simple. you get good quality image which inform you on the poses you will have to do and detailed descriptions of how you should do them and what benefits they have. Charlotte got this app for free from the Amazon AppStore as part of their pre-Valentine free bundle, but it will cost $3 in the Google Play Store right now. It’s also available in the Apple App Store.