Android Apps 2013
- All the Essentials for Your Android Phone
- Pulse News
- Stitcher Radio
- Fandango Movies
- Songkick Concerts
- Onavo Extend
- ESPN ScoreCenter
- Google Keep
- Key Ring
- Gas Guru
- ES File Explorer
- Mint.com Personal Finance
- Dumpster – Recycle Bin
- Notification Toggle
- ShopSavvy Barcode Scanner
- Current Caller ID
- Holo Bulb
- Google Translate
- Dragon Mobile Assistant
- Photo Editor by Aviary
- Power Bubble – Spirit Level
- OfficeSuite Pro
- Ninja SMS
- Evernote Food
- Sleep as Android
- Pocket Casts
- iSyncr for iTunes
Get the amazon app store and download it from amazon, you also need a amazon account and wait from the "free app of the day" apps, those are usually pretty good. If not, just go to the Android app store and go to the top free apps.
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Ziddu is a free service that lets you bring your photos, songs, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Download Ziddu Android App from Google Store and install in your smart phone https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ganesh.ziddu&hl=en
Some of the great and free apple and android apps can be found here: http://www.macmyth.com/p/downloads.html
No kidding, these apps are hugely helpful. I've used probably eighty percent of them at one time or another. They just make things so much easier. Thiago | http://www.elginindustries.com
The new RealPlayer cloud app is superb: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.real.RealPlayerCloud&hl=en It's an added piece of mind that my videos are stored securely & the ability to share my videos (without worrying about the size or format) is now easier than it's ever been. What a time saver. Highly recommend.
The BarChick app rocks. Its a guide to the best bars in the world...its free and the content is spot on and funny
I was about to play Monopoly with my family until we realized that we lost the dice, so we downloaded this app which works really well.. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.AndrewArthur.Dice
Clearly the author hasn't heard of Android Device Manager - On Cerberus slide they talk about the lack of a built in "find my phone" feature in Android. Can locate, lock, and wipe a phone through ADM.
Anyone concerned about privacy really should check the permissions of these apps before installing them. For example, why does Pocket want to know who my contacts are? Maybe there's a legitimate reason like emailing people involved in some sort of get together, but it might also be to spam those contacts. Why does the KeyRing app want to access the GPS info? I don't really want the supplier of a cat food coupon to post to Facebook that I just used their coupon and pinpoint my location.
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How on earth could you have ever been persuaded to think that Nooly was even ready for prime time, to say nothing of picking it as a Top 50 app? Did you look at the reviews on Google Play? This is not a product held in high regard. Still, with your recommendation, I downloaded it. The map feature shows that it correctly locates me (on which everything else depends), yet here in Albuquerque, NM, on a clear and calm Thursday night (when a Wunderground station only blocks away reports winds of 1.3mph and the local forecast is for clear skies night and day until Sunday), this Nooly thing is reporting 9-10mph winds, says it's cloudy right now...and will remain cloudy tonight and all day tomorrow (Friday). Many of your picks are solid and well-deserved. But I score Nooly a miss.
Good list, but one should make use of a good cloud storage app so that your 16GB tablet becomes for all intents and purposes a 100GB tablet... Skydrive and Dropbox are pretty good, but a bit long in the tooth and too stingy with the free storage amount, file size limits, etc...
Take a look at Copy from Barracuda Networks, very solid service with good Android app, desktop sync app, 256 AES encryption baked in, and 20GB free for life if you use a referral link such as https://copy.com?r=Ca33FM
Hilarious I might use maybe 2 of those apps... the weather one (because the one I have sucks) and the sleep one if I travel.
If you want reply to missed calls with a pre-set message, check out Text Your Missed Calls. You can also reply to missed calls with a Facebook post or a Tweet or a location you set in Google Maps.
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Great and useful List!! Android apps are pretty much everything these days, and it's easy to spend hours browsing the selection in the Google Play store. That can be a downside as it can be a problem to separate the best from the worst. This list would greatly helps to get the best one. Thanks for the share! http://www.trewidm.com/
This is pretty awesome post because most of the apps are still remaining to install on my phone which I will do soon.
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Yean, so many android apps in 2013 , i don't know which one i should choose ? http://bit.ly/1hQSFhw
with so many to choose from i have compiled the list of all time best applications, have a look
Great List!! I have an interesting app- Android Book Maker, that will help you create functional android book apps
even if you do not possess any programming skills.Your common text files
get a makeover and become scrolling e-book apps that are embedded with
illustrations and many more elements that may or may not be present in
real books. http://www.androidbookmaker.com/
I’ve been using Fuel Expenses https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.designtop.voditel to track fuel mileage for a couple of months and I really like how it combines simplicity with usability.
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There is an app in English now with ots of traveling info for Taiwan - a safe beautiful affordable country to travel in: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.conduit.app_21bbfaed65594d9bb8e74dd15af46ec8.app&hl=en
There's an app for shopping lists is also very good, which is simple and quick to use, both when you create a new list like when you go to buy it, because they are stored purchase order information for products in every supermarket , and if you usually go to the same you can order by purchase order and will appear before you met them before. You can also assign as desired supermarket area for each item, such as FREEZER, and when you're buying and you're in that area, you can order by Zone and you group them by area so you do not have to go back then if you realize that there was another article that area.A party is quickly scroll bars as the initial items, and this is very useful when the list grows long. And what I also find it goes very well, is that when you are creating a new list, if there is a new item that you have not ever bought, you can create it without leaving this screen.
I leave the link if you are interested:
There is this new app called YourELink Smart Budget. I use it to keep track of my expenses specially if I go for vacation. This can also be a grocery checklist at the same time. What i like with this app is it has more than 50K grocery look-up items, it's useful for those who don't want to type long description of an item.. The app also supports syncing of different devices as it has cloud server support. What I like the most is its simplicity and the large text presentation. The app is very easy to use.
You'll want an all in 1 social networking tool, for accessing Facebook, Twitter and the likes. The most comprehensive one is
VirtualDeck Flashcards is a great study app for students, and it's free:
A new calculator for Android, takes the most of the touch devices and gives you unique functions, available in Google Play and Amazon:
a new multiconverter - unit converter with a lot of features + easy to use + a big number of units / categories
easy , faster sms app with cool features
Great and useful list of android apps 2013!! Everybody would be confused on which app to use for their particular requirement. This list would definitely be helpful. Thanks for sharing it with us. Have a look at this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.squaredrive. A treat for cricket lovers!!!!
Usually Alarm Clock apps are not in the list of best apps but this one certainly deserves it, its called Timely, http://r.bitsp.in/P2PDWB4X36YB
More Android Apps can be found here:
Great list. Thanks!
Have a look at Real Pixels - app that helps view images in actual pixel size right from Dropbox.
Google keep.... will be removed from google in about 6 months just like all the other good stuff like Igoogle page
Good overview Jared. I find it particularly useful as you find a lot of Android apps that go beyond the most popular as shown here on slide 12 http://www.slideshare.net/xyologic/xyo-app-search-report-july-2013
Check out this app - 'CallzApp'
I find it is really useful - Making and receiving calls and messages associated with priority. Really useful when we are in meetings when we cannot take call- It gives the priority in the call log. Also if the calls are missed, when the phone is out of range, when it gets connected again, all the calls with priority is listed in the call log. Cool.. Is n't it? There are other features as well. Contact List management and 3-click to Emergency services.
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Have a look at it.
Check out 'Ring My Droid'!
A small but practical app. Many times people keep their phones on 'silent mode' and forget where they have kept it. This app can help them find their phones easily! Here's an article about it on wikiHow - http://www.wikihow.com/Find-Your-Phone-when-It-Is-Kept-on-Silent-Mode
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