More and more apps are now available for Android but also for iOS ( iPhone, iPod, iPad ), even if initially they were only created for a single mobile platform.
Let’s take a look at the top 10 best cross-platform applications for Android and iOS.
1. Dropbox (free)
This application helps you sync your files on every device you connect to the internet. Dropbox helps you transfer files safely and fast, so you can continue working on your mobile phone or tablet after you left your office. The Dropbox application is available for free in Google Play and Apple App Store.
2. Bump (free)
If the Bump application is installed on two smartphones, even if they run on Android or iOS, the contact information ( phone numbers, email addresses, etc ) can automatically be sent from one device to another.
The transfer method is a bit weird, to say the least!
3. Tango Video Calls (free)
Apple users have access to free video calls between them, but the application that connects Apple and Android users is Tango Video Calls: free calls via Wi-Fi, regardless of the mobile platform.
4. Kindle (free)
To always make sure you have a good book to read, Kindle is the most popular application for Android and iOs. Besides the impressive Amazon library, the application offers all the options you need for the user to enjoy a comfortable and pleasant reading session.
To get over text messaging fees, WhatsApp provides user with an easy and simple option to send text messages to anyone and anytime. The application is free for Android users but iOS users have to pay for it.
6. Facebook (free)
The Facebook application for Android was behind the iOS one for a long time, but now the functionality is the same on both mobile platforms.
7. Shazam (free)
The Shazam application uses the microphone of your smartphone to identify any background song. For more options, including lyrics identification users can use the commercial Shazan Encore application.
8. Tweetdeck (free)
Considered by many users better than the official Twitter application, TweetDeck offers the same excellent features you get when you access Twitter from your web browser.
9. Evernote (free)
The most popular productivity application. EverNote helps users take notes easily. They are stored in the cloud and they can be accessed from any device, even from the PC. It’s functionality also includes connecting to other applications, both on Android and iOS.
10. Instagram (free)
Considered for a long time as one of the best applications available exclusively for iOS, Instagram is now available for Android, with the same features. The application allows you to edit photos and you can also upload them on the most popular social networks or send them by email to your friends or family.