Top 7 New Apps in 2021

Are you looking for the brilliant apps for Android or iOS? If yes, make your life easier with these updated lists of the top 10 most popular apps or if you would like to have your own Android app, you can contact an provider that can help you create a scalable app.

Mobile apps have been at the center of innovation for quite a few years now. With the ever-growing market, upcoming modern technologies, and evolving customer behavior, mobile applications are helping businesses stay relevant and competitive. Some of the most popular apps are making life simpler for millions around the world. There’s no better time than today to check out their best features in one place!

BFG OneTrail

Price: $35.99 per year

BFG OnTrail is an app for hikers. It’s basically a map with a bunch of trails on it. You find the trail you want, follow it until you’re done, and then use it again later to find more trails. It contains public trail information along with trails made by members of the community. You can also add photos and videos, see the maps with various filters, and record the trails you walked through. It’s a bit pricy at $35.99 per year so we only recommend this to people who are serious hikers.

Glitch Lab

Price: free

Glitch Lab helps you create varied effects and bring novel elements to the world of digital glitch art. It combines simplicity with power. All its effects are neatly organized into categories to make your work easier. The app gives you a wide range of filters and options around the concept of glitch art.

Glitch Lab brings you over 100 effects, including StreakingBreakingPixel SortingRetro3DArt filters, and more. With almost infinite possibilities for configuration, this nifty software helps you express your art in your own unique way.

You can undo/redo and erase parts of your masterpiece as many times as you wish, and even create smooth videos with its powerful animation module.

BYJU’S Learning App with Disney

Price: Free / $9.99 per month / $99.99 per year

BYJU’S Learning App with Disney is a learning app for kids. It features over 1,000 activities for children up through about 3rd grade. The various activities have a bunch of Disney characters to help things along, including some iconic characters from a bunch of different movies and properties. Some other features include Disney songs, stickers, rewards, and a reporting program to show parents how well their kids are doing. It comes with a 14-day free trial, but after that it’s a monthly or yearly subscription.


Price: free

Flexi is a new live wallpaper app that lets you make flexible shapes and colors, just by moving your finger on the screen. Want like different colors and patterns? Simply enter the settings to change the shape, color, and speed of the live wallpaper to make unique designs on your screen.

That’s about it for this straightforward app; it’s at least a good way to distract your mind for a few minutes.


Price: Free

Clubhouse is a new type of social network based on voice—where people around the world come together to talk, listen and learn from each other in real-​time.

Clubhouse is the big new Android release this month. It made headlines when people like Elon Musk and Bill Gates used it to talk about various things. For the uninitiated, the app lets you drop into talks and listen or host your own talks where other people can listen. It’s almost like a live podcast. It’s note quite as good as iOS version yet since it just came out, but we expect it to improve over the coming weeks and months.

Last Time

Price: Free

Last Time helps you maintain a systematic timeline of your activities so that you never forget an important activity or event. Featuring a simple, minimalist user interface, it is easy to understand and use, and comes with light and dark themes.

Last Time stores events in widget form to help you to find and update them when required. You can sort the events by last entry, history count, or date created. The app additionally lets you store notes in each event entry, see the time between entries, and search for entries by a date range. Adaptive notifications remind you about upcoming events.

Last Time is ad-free and does not require special permissions to run on your device. It is free of charge and works offline as well.


Price: FreeCultivate screenshotJoe Hindy / Android Authority

Cultivate is a productivity app. It’s basically a basic to-do list app with a gamification element. You set up stuff that you want to do every day or every so often. As you do them, you tell the app and it waters your little activity plant. The plant wilts if you go too long without doing it. It’s a simple premise but some people actually use apps like these to great effect. This one is entirely free with no ads or in-app purchases (at the time of this writing).