Best Apps for Android Smartphones

Android smartphones might not have as many apps as the iPhone but it sure is trying to catch up fast. Android is taking the smartphone world by storm and apps are popping everywhere almost about anything. Here are some of the few Android apps that you may find very useful.

Pandora

Pandora is a popular site that streams music over the Internet for FREE. It’s like your own personalized radio. Now you can use it to stream music to your Android phone. Start using Pandora by searching your favorite song or artist and it will create a “station” that plays their music and similar songs of the same genre. If you are already a Pandora user, you can still access your existing stations.


QR Droid (Generator/Decoder)

A QR code, derived from “Quick Response”, is a two dimensional matrix bar code created by a Japanese corporation back in 1994 to allow its contents to be decoded at very high speed. It is no surprise that Motorola Droid inherited this capability to scan and read QR bar codes to easily get apps. QR Droid is a FREE app allowing you to create QR codes for your contacts, bookmarks, apps and more, and it also allows you to read other QR codes.

Barcode Scanner

This app uses the camera on your Android smartphone to read 1D and 2D barcodes of a product and look up product information, reviews, or price on the Web. It works fast. If you are tech and savvy shopper then you will find this application very useful to check the price of a product online before buying to make sure you got a good deal. It can also scan QR Codes just like the QR Droid app.


Movie Finder

Movie Finder by ikamobile is a simple, fast, and free Android app to find out when and where movies are playing near you. You can browse theatres, watch trailers, or read reviews, fast. It comes in handy when you suddenly decided to see a movie but have not decided yet which movie to see or where to go. You can also save movie posters as your wallpaper on this app.

 Billminder

Billminder by MJ Software is probably one of the simplest Android apps out there but provides great help to everyone. Who never missed a single bill payment and receive an overdue charge? I guess almost everyone can relate to this. Bills are really a pain to manage especially for people who are always on the go. Billminder allows you to track your bills on your Android smartphone and notify you of upcoming due bill and more.

Amazon Kindle

Amazon Kindle app turns your Android smartphone into an e-reader. You can access your Kindle books even if you don’t have your Kindle with you. The intelligent Whispersync feature automatically synchronizes your last page read and annotations between your devices like Kindle e-reader, computer, laptop, tablet, and smartphone. This is very useful for people who are always on the go.

Amazon Kindle
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Squibble
Squibble

Squibble

Squibble is a fun game to play and very addictive. The graphics quality is excellent and the gameplay is superb. There are two versions available, the Lite version which is FREE but you only have 6 levels, and the Full version with 20+ levels of challenging and addicting game with new environments and enemies plus future updates.

Mougg
Mougg

Mougg

Mougg is a cloud-based solution that allows you to access you entire music library anywhere in the world as long as you have an internet-ready device. With the Mougg app, you can access your music library from your Android smartphone. This FREE up a lot of space in your Android phone’s SD card.

Google Voice

Google Voice gives you a number that allows you to place calls and send text messages without having to reveal your real private mobile phone number. You can listen to your voicemail and read transcripts. It is also a great advantage if you don’t have a texting plan on your mobile phone. It is truly the best VoIP Android app created by Google.

Google Voice
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RingDroid
RingDroid

RingDroid

Ringdroid is an Android app that allows you to edit an existing audio file and save it as music, ringtone, alarm tone, or notification tone. Current supported formats are MP3, AAC/MP4, WAV, and 3GPP/AMR. No support for WMA formats as of now.

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