Sunday, June 8, 2014

Nine Must-Have Apps for Android - Technology - Cell Phones

It is an eternal bliss to have your phone charged with all the coolest applications, especially when they are absolutely FREE. As for Android, there were not many apps available in 2008, when the big brother G1 hit the market, but the recent growth of Android family greatly enhances the number of applications. So here we go talking about my choice of these nine must-have apps for Android, which almost everyone is looking. All for FREE!


A Google OS, Android, Google Earth for all Android phones that are Android OS 2.1 or newer. By visiting / Earth on your phone, you can download Google Earth and enjoy the great features like 3D graphics, Local Search, My Location, Voice Search, Multi-touch, and Layers. It is so far the fastest version available on any mobile phone.

Weather Channel

Good weather app saves you always unpredictable weather accidents. Although many apps again be offered in the Market, such as WeatherBug and USA Today, but personally I'm the team "Weather Channel". It helps to have fast and accurate weather forecasts, customizable cards, video projections, pollen conditions and severe weather alerts.

Opera Mini

Opera Mini is the only browser smart enough to work for any mobile operating system. As a Windows Mobile user, I love Opera Mini. As a reviewer, I recommend it for Android too. Opera Mini 5.1 for Android works in 92 different languages. After the beta testing and updates, it has greatly improved not only in appearance but also the speed. Pages shrink it up to 90% before loading, the pace of the leaves. You can also use Opera Mini as a default browser for your convenience.


For the love of Twitter, I present to you foursquare for Android. It helps you stay updated with all the tweets on the road. With its ability to manage multiple accounts in one place, you really do not need to log in and out all the time. Very useful, and very tight.


Slacker Radio is widely known for its large selection of music - both modern and classic - with 100 + expert-programmed stations. You can stream any of your favorite music directly on your device free of charge. However, many additional features are available at Radio Slack Plus (which costs $ 4.99 per month), but the free version can keep you satisfied too. Take my word on that!


Okay, this app really makes me jealous for not owning an Android phone. Ringdroid is a free application that lets you extract a personalized ringtone from one part of your favorite songs. According to Android Market, it is the only graphical waveform editor that you can find on a phone. Is not it a great "wow"?

Shop Savvy

Shopaholics like me will surely drool over this wonderful app called Shop Savvy. All you have to do is to capture the barcode of a product, and the app does the rest. It decodes the barcode, and looking relatively better prices from other online sources. It also has a filter rating in the soil that helps you make the right choice in no time.


Astrid is one of those Android apps a reliable part of our personal assistant plays, it tells us what to do! A sort of "to-do list app that lets you organize your life and never let you get away from your responsibilities.

Advanced job KILLER

And finally, to your phone from the burden of running all these Android apps, you will eventually need a Task Killer. The Advanced Task Killer app will kill all the unwanted applications that run in your background and eat your battery. It is available in the market for free and $ 4.99. Not much for a Happy Ending!

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