Readmill | Google Play
Readmill is a beautiful e-book reader available for Android and iOS. Whether discovering new books through the app or loading up some from your own library, Readmill ensures that everything looks perfect so you can focus on what’s important.
Cal | Google+
Makers of Any.do have finally decided to bring their popular iOS calendar to android. Cal follows it’s older brother’s design with a clean white minimal theme. Seamlessly integrating with Google Calendar and pretty much any other calendar you could have, Cal’s functionality just adds to the apps beauty. Understand, however, that the app is still in beta and is expected to release soon. If that word doesn’t scare you, hit up the Google+ link to join the community and sign up for the beta.
Jiffy | Google Play
Keeping track of time is never easy. Jiffy sets itself apart from other time management apps with its fluid and simplistic design. Tracking mundane tasks and projects has never looked so nice. Jiffy’s functionality matches its excellent design with options to export data, backup and restore to multiple places, and the ability to handle all the hours you can throw at it. Unlimited history weeks and number of maximum projects can be unlocked for $2.
Flow | Google Play
Reddit clients are a dime a dozen. Well designed ones are harder to come by. Well designed with great functionality, even harder. Flow manages to combine great design with an amazingly sound reader. Despite being in pre-beta, Flow is a solid client that shows great promise.