1- Google Opinion Rewards
It’s an app that wants to give you free money (in the form of Google Play credits) to spend by asking you to answer few short question surveys.
It has been a win-win situation between the Google itself and its users. We hope that India will get this application and we will finally be able to earn.
The Google Earth app is still a must-see for any citizen of the modern age. You can still zoom around the earth, select layers, and submit eye-level photos served up courtesy Panoramio. However, you cannot access the full search or other databases or make use of the fantastic PC-version tools and special views.
One item unique to the app is a menu of nearby iconic images that you can tap for quick access. Due to security reasons google earth app is not available in India.
With Spotify, you have access to a world of music. You can listen to artists and albums, or create your own playlist of your favorite songs. Want to discover new music? Choose a ready-made playlist that suits your mood or get personalized recommendations.
Spotify might be soon available in India as they are expanding.
You can use the app like a standard music service, searching for artists and playing individual songs or albums. It has licensed the same pool of roughly 30 million audio tracks you would find on its competitors.
It’s a music service for the millions of people who already do most of their music listening straight through YouTube itself. And you also get a wide variety of unofficial music on YouTube.
5-Amazon App Store
Android comes with Google Play, but that isn’t the only app store you can use on Android. Android allows users to use third-party app stores, and Amazon has stepped up with a competitor of its own — the Amazon Appstore for Android. Once available in US, the Amazon Appstore is now available in nearly 200 countries around the world and is a true, global competitor to Google Play and may soon hit India.
Once available in US, the Amazon Appstore is now available in nearly 200 countries around the world and is a true, global competitor to Google Play and may soon hit India.
You can however you use these applications in India. All you need to do is use a VPN(Virtual Private Network). A VPN changes your location. So, instead of showing your location as India, you can change it to say Hawaii or the location where these apps are available. Then you can download these apps and use them.