7 New Best Android Apps January 2024

Google Play Store features new Android apps every month, but it’s a tough task for an average user to find those new apps on the Play Store on their own. That’s why I plan to write a list of the best free new Android apps every month to keep you updated with the latest apps for Android. In this post, you will learn about the top 7 best new Android apps to download in January 2024.

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Best Android Apps January 2024

1. Re Z Launcher

ReZ Launcher Screenshots

ReZ Launcher is one of the cleanest and minimal Android launchers out there. The home screen looks clean with only the time and date widgets at the top, and recently used apps in the middle of the screen. Long pressing on any app opens up additional options, and you can also hide any app from showing up on the home screen with a single tap.

You can easily scribble on the screen to search for contacts and launch any app you want. The launcher supports handwriting in 6 different languages. In addition, on either side of the home page, you can add widgets, the launcher also supports external icon packs and offers very few customization options. Overall, it’s minimal and ad-free. 

2. Structured – Daily Planner

Structured daily planner screenshots

If being organized and productive is one of your New Year resolutions for 2024, then this app may help you on the journey of becoming productive. It helps your daily life to be structured well and productive. Unlike other complex calendar and to-do list apps, this one lays out everything you need to tackle the day in a simple structure ensuring every task and event is in one place. Whether you plan to reduce distractions by planning your days ahead of time or need a clear outline of your day, the app got you covered.

The interface of the app is pretty neat and it is very easy to use. With a few taps, you can type in your tasks, decide when to complete them, and go on with your day as the app reminds you about them. The app is partially free to use, so give it a shot.

3. Hail

Hail app screenshots

This incredible open-source app lets you freeze and hide any app including system apps without rooting your phone. By default, it’s not possible to permanently freeze a few system apps and a few phones don’t even let us hide some apps. In such cases, this app comes in handy. All you need to do is, pair this app with Shizuku and select the working mode as Shizuku disable, add the apps you want to hide from the app drawer, and tap on the freeze button to disable them. You can unfreeze them whenever you want to revert the disabling.


4. Microsoft Copilot

Microsoft Copilot screenshots

Microsoft recently launched an Android version of its CoPilot chatbot based on Chat GPT4 while the official chat GPT is still on version 3.5. It offers the same experience as chat GPT but enhanced in a way. You can not only have conversations with the AI, ask questions, and ask it to write down essays or articles, but also generate high-quality images, and much more for free. To create images, you have to log into your Microsoft account. The app also allows you to set the AI tone from 3 available modes according to your requirements. If you’re using chat GPT, I highly suggest you try it.

5. Muzia: Music On Display

Muzia screenshots

The next one is a unique Android always-on-display app for music. With this, you can not only view your songs and their additional information with album images on the lock screen but also interact and change tracks without the need to unlock your phone. In addition, you can interact with your notifications, view weather, battery percentage, and more on the lock screen while listening to music. It works with all media players without any issues.

6. Squawker 

Squawker app screenshots

If you want to get rid of sponsored ads on Twitter, then get this app. It’s a new open-source Twitter client that lets you enjoy an ad-free experience anonymously. You don’t even need to have a Twitter account to follow what’s going on on the platform. You can search for anyone, follow anyone, save their tweets and media to your device, see what’s trending worldwide, and many more without a Twitter account. The app’s appearance is also customizable with the available colors to your taste. And if you want, you can import all your subscriptions from your Twitter account. Overall, it’s one simple and neat Twitter client that you must try.

7. Eurux White Icon Pack

Eurux white icon pack

The last one on the list is a free icon pack that has about 4000 colorful line-based icons with white backgrounds. These icons with any aesthetic wallpaper would give your home screen the fresh and elegant look it deserves. The icons are compatible with almost all launchers, and it does mask the missing icons as well. So give it a shot.

Wrapping Up

Well, these were the best Android apps to try in January 2024. I hope you found the post informative and give some of these a try if not all. Meanwhile, if you think we missed any app, leave it in the comment section, and I will try it and feature it if it’s good enough. That’s it for this month, see you soon, Thanks for reading!

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