AllTrails is a handy guide for adventurers looking for running, hiking, and biking trails.
Khan Academy is a nonprofit organization that provides free online educational tools to help students learn.
Mealime is a recipe app that lets the user enter information about their tastes and diet goals before recommending recipes that correspond to said information.
Tunity allows users to simply scan the TV screen, and the app streams the TV audio straight to your device so you can listen with headphones.
This app allows you to link your library card and then browse your local library's collection.
It’s file sharing made easy with AirDroid, which allows users to “share photos, videos, audios, or any files with your friends and across screens.
Insight Timer provides guided meditations at various lengths instructed by “the world's top meditation and mindfulness experts, neuroscientists, psychologists, and teachers from Stanford, Harvard, the University of Oxford, and more,” according to the app description.
Clue allows users to track their menstrual cycles and log information about their symptoms to learn more about their menstrual health.
Shazam is pretty popular and has been for some time now, but it’s always worth a mention when we’re talking about useful free apps.
Photomath is a study tool that allows the user to take a picture of that problem.