Internet has become a vital part of our lives especially in the cities. Sometimes, the situation becomes very uncomfortable without internet and it might happen anywhere—be it airport, underpass or various other part of cities. Although mobile data and Wi-Fi are easier to come by than ever, there are still times (on holiday, the end of the month) when you are in the e-dark and in need of an app that works offline. These are the best apps which can be your savior at that time.
AccuWeather:- There is no such thing as a truly offline weather app. Like the other apps on our list, you need to use AccuWeather online at some point.
However, AccuWeather wins our favor for this list because it provides an accurate 15-day forecast, which means that even if you are without internet for two weeks, you should still have some indication of whether you need a sombrero or a ski mask for your trip outside.
What’s more, it does so in an intuitive package which takes just seconds to get to grips with.
GoogleDrive :- No, we haven’t gone mad. Despite Google Drive being one of the leading cloud storage services in the world (i.e. storing all your files online), it also lets you download files and documents to your device. You can then work on these files offline, and they sync straight back up into the cloud when you get internet again.
To do this, tap the ‘i’ or Options icon of a file in Google Drive, then tap the switch next to Keep on Device. You can do this to as many files as you like, and Google Drive will let you work on them away from the cloud.
Amazon Kindle :- eBook reader apps make excellent offline apps because they can keep you occupied for hours without needing to reconnect to the internet. Kindle is one of the best, not just because it gives you quick access to thousands of digital books, but also because it comes with all of the options you need for an excellent reading experience.
Buy a book (or pick up a free one), download it to your device, and then you can happily read it without ever connecting it to the internet again. Google Play Books is a similar alternative, but the occasional syncing problems I’ve experienced means it’s my second choice.
Google Translate:- Google Translate is one of the easiest-to-use and most effective translators out there. You can speak or type into Google Translate to get things translated into more than 90 languages.
These key features are available offline, so long as you download the languages you’re looking to translate between. You can save your translations as well, so you can refer back to them later.
ixigo :- Itis a travel search engine based in Gurgaon, India, and a mobile travel application available on Android, IOS and Windows Phone. ixigo is an infomediary that aggregates travel websites to compare information and deals. This app is available in hindi version also just to serve the large society of India. ixigo works towards giving travellers a one-stop-shop to get all their travel related answers. They have been voted as India’s fastest growing travel search engine. They have recently launched one tap cab booking, which can call for a cab even in places without an Internet connection or GPS, such as airports, railway stations and bus stations. Users can book cabs from providers such as Uber, Ola, TaxiForSure, EasyCabs, and Jugnoo. ixigo uses a combination of intelligence about the user’s location through existing PNR confirmations on a user’s phone and SMSes for when the internet connection doesn’t work to seamlessly book a cab for the user.