Have you ever thought of installing many useful apps on your Android smartphone just to keep them handy whenever you need them, such as a torchlight app for use when in the dark, or a compass app to find directions, and many more?
If yes, you might end up either crowding your homescreens with app icons or consuming more disk space with various apps.
Thanks to this free and excellent Swiss Army Knife app. As the title of this app implies, it keeps many handy tools in one place. It’s lightweight and it works pretty efficiently with a simplistic design.
You just need to install once and your mobile device is equipped with all 10 useful tools below, each of them is ready for use with a tap away.
- Flashlight - turns your device into a flashlight with a simple on/off button.
- Unit Converter - easy to use, select a category and choose a unit to get results.
- Timer - gives you four individual timers with sound notifications.
- Stop Watch - works with an onscreen or physical volume button.
- Compass - simple and clean design.
- Bubble Level - offers three views with calibration.
- Calculator - a handy scientific calculator.
- Magnifying Glass - complete with zooms and auto focus.
- Mirror - ready with a slider for light exposure.
- Ruler - a standard or diagonal onscreen ruler.
Undeniably it’s a remarkable set of tiny tools. Although each of them may not be as flashy as individual apps that you may find from somewhere else, this app is definitely a good choice if you want something simple that binds all basic tools together, just like an original Swiss Army knife.
Swiss Army Knife — Free Mobile App of the Week
Size: 743 KB
Get your own favorite app published! Know a free and neat app? Then why not have it published here and receive full credit? Click here to tell us your suggestion.
This article is maintained by volunteer editor Jojo Yee. Registered members can contact the editor with comments or suggestions by clicking here. You can visit the Google+ profile page of Jojo Yee here.
Click here for more items like this. Better still, get the latest articles about mobile apps delivered daily via your RSS feeder or alternatively, have the RSS feed sent as email direct to your in-box.
Please rate this article: