List and describe default apps installed on smartphones

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  • List and description of default apps installed on smartphones .
  • Pre installed apps list of Android 
  • Android device default apps list .
List and describe default apps installed on smartphones
List and describe default apps installed on smartphones

Hello everyone , Today we going to give the list of pre installed default apps in Android smartphone . In these default apps some apps can be deleted but most of apps can't be deleted or uninstalled . So Let's start the list of default apps . Firstly I will share those apps list which can be uninstalled or deleted.

1. Amazon 

Amazon is a vast Internet-based enterprise that sells books, music, movies, housewares, electronics, toys, and many other goods, either directly or as the middleman between other retailers and Amazon's millions of customers.

2. Android Pay 

Google Pay, formerly Android Pay, is an app by Google designed specifically for mobile payment services. You can use it to pay for purchases, receive payments, split bills and even send money to family members and friends.

3. Flipkart 

Flipkart Internet Private Limited is an e-commerce company based in Bengaluru, India. Founded by Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal in 2007, the company initially focused on book sales, before expanding into other product categories such as consumer electronics, fashion, and lifestyle products.

4. Facebook 

Facebook is a website which allows users, who sign-up for free profiles, to connect with friends, work colleagues or people they don't know, online. It allows users to share pictures, music, videos, and articles, as well as their own thoughts and opinions with however many people they like.

5. Instagram 

Instagram is a free, online photo-sharing application and social network platform that was acquired by Facebook in 2012. Instagram allows users to edit and upload photos and short videos through a mobile app.

6. Hangouts 

Google Hangouts is a unified communications service that allows members to initiate and participate in text, voice or video chats, either one-on-one or in a group. Hangouts are built into Google+ and Gmail, and mobile Hangouts apps are available for iOS and Android devices.

7. Twitter

Twitter is a free social networking microblogging service that allows registered members to broadcast short posts called tweets. Twitter members can broadcast tweets and follow other users' tweets by using multiple platforms and devices.

8. Calendar

Google Calendar is a time-management and scheduling calendar service developed by Google. It became available in beta release April 13, 2006, and in general release in July 2009, on the web and as mobile apps for the Android and iOS platforms. Google Calendar allows users to create and edit events.

9. Calculator 

Calculator provides simple and advanced mathematical functions in a beautifully designed app.  Perform basic calculations such as addition, subtraction, ...

10. Clock

Clock combines all of the functionality you need into one simple, beautiful package. Set alarms, add timers, and run a stopwatch.

11. Contacts

You can use the Contacts app to find someone's contact info or organize contacts with labels like "friends" or "family."

12. Drive 

Drive is a cloud-based storage solution that allows you to save files online and access them anywhere from any smartphone, tablet, or computer. You can use Drive on your computer or mobile device to securely upload files and edit them online. Drive also makes it easy for others to edit and collaborate on files.

13. Email 

E-mail, in full electronic mail, messages transmitted and received by digital computers through a network. An e-mail system allows computer users on a network to send text, graphics, sounds, and animated images to other users.

14. Gallery

The gallery app is a simple tool to view, manage, and organize images and videos on your Android phone. Some phones have a dedicated gallery app preinstalled.

15. Gmail

Gmail is a free email service provided by Google. In many ways, Gmail is like any other email service: You can send and receive emails, block spam, create an address book, and perform other basic email tasks. But it also has some more unique features that help make it one of the most popular online email services.

16. Google Chrome

A Google Chrome App, or commonly just Chrome App, is a certain type of (non-standardized) web application that runs on the Google Chrome web browser. Chrome apps can be obtained from the Chrome Web Store where apps, extensions, and themes can be installed or bought.

17. Google Maps

Google Maps for Android and iOS devices was released in September 2008 and features GPS turn-by-turn navigation along with dedicated parking assistance features. In August 2013, it was determined to be the world's most popular smartphone app, with over 54% of global smartphone owners using it.

18. Google Play Books

Google Play Books is a tool that lets you read your favorite books anytime and anywhere, directly on the screen of your Android device. Google Play offers a selection of millions of books, including some of the latest releases, current bestsellers, works by new authors, lesser-known books, and even free books.

19. Google Play Magazines

Google Play Magazines is probably the least popular of Google's media-centric "Play" apps for Android. The app lets you purchase and read magazines, in high resolution, right on your Android device. Similar to Google Play Books, the Magazines app can save you from having to lug around a stack of printed issues.

20. Google Play Movies and TV

The Google Play Movies & TV app uses the account currently signed in to your device. To watch movies or TV with a different account, switch accounts. From the Android TV Home screen, scroll down to the Apps row. Select the Google Play Movies & TV app
 

21. Google Play Music

Instantly start radio stations based on songs, artists or albums, or browse by genre, mood, activity, decade and more. Bring your own music collection with you by uploading 50,000 of your own songs; then listen to them across Android, iOS and the web, for free.

22. Google Search

The company is introducing a new search mode in its Google app called “In Apps,” which will allow you to search inside your mobile applications for things like contacts, messages, music, videos, tasks, notes and more.

23. Lookout

With Lookout, you can get details about objects and text around you. Lookout uses the camera and sensors on your Android device to recognize objects and text, and tells you what it finds.

24. Messages

Messages (formerly known as Android Messages) is an SMS, RCS, and instant messaging application developed by Google for its Android mobile operating system. A web interface is also available. Launched in 2014, it has supported RCS messaging since 2018, marketed as "chat features".

25. My Files

"My Files" manages all the files on your smartphone, just like a file explorer on your computer. You can also manage files stored on SD cards, USB drives and files in the cloud storage connected with your smartphone at the same time.

26. Phone 

Phone helps you easily connect with family and friends, block spam callers, and know who’s calling before you answer – all with a simple, intuitive design.