Android Apps for Random Decision-Making

In the previous blog post, we talked about the general benefits that smartphone apps bring to our lives. Here is a brief rundown:

  • There is a great variety of apps out there, offering everything from entertainment to productivity at work
  • There are many apps that can be operated without Wi-Fi (perfect for making decisions at the spur of the moment)
  • Native apps are feature-rich, while 3rd party apps add to the diversity

Here, however, we will talk specifically about Android apps. We will talk about some reasons why the Android platform is so popular, and then list down some of the best Android apps for random decision-making.

A Wide Range of Products at Affordable Prices

You cannot beat Android’s ubiquity in the mobile market. It is available to a wider range of people across the world. The best part is that there is no one person or company that gets to decide when the next Android smartphone will hit the market. It’s up to Samsung, Sony, HTC, and so on. That is why you see new technology and products being developed on Android faster than any other platform.

But it is not just about the product range. Android has a lower price range compared to Apple, which allows consumers from a wide demographic to get started with these smartphones and pay for high-end models when they have to.

However, it is interesting to note that Android is not just competing with Apple. Every company using the former to build smartphones is competing with each other, and this ultimately benefits the customer.

Free for All

The Google Play Store has opened its arms for 3rd-party developers, and as a result, Android users enjoy access to hundreds of thousands of apps. Granted that this also enables poor quality apps to enter the Store, but it is not long before these are weeded out.

Not to mention, Android follows the creative spirit of Google, which has established itself as a leading provider of web technologies in the past decade.

So then, how will Android help us make random decisions? Here are some fun apps that you can try:

Russian roulette

This is a free app that has been called a ‘fund decision maker’ by users. The way to make decisions is simple, the last player ‘alive’ wins!

Coin Flip

Why the hell would I need an app to flip a coin?’ Ah, but Coin Flip is not just any app. It lets you make random decisions using coins of 28 different countries. You don’t carry that kind of change, do you?

Pandom Board

Stuck between two options? Download Pandom Board and ask Tiny (the cute Panda) to make the decision for you. The app is highly interactive for you need to write both choices with your finger and then tap ‘START’.

Of course, our Random Decision Maker! App allows you to choose between 6 options at once. But in case you are stuck somewhere with nothing but your Android smartphone, then do use these apps to your benefit.