10 Essential Android Apps
In no particular order the top ten, 10, best and most essential Android Apps for your essential Android Device. I personally use all of these Android Apps on my phone so will most of you but I’m sure some of you have some of this essential Android App collection missing.
- Astro File Manager, without this the functionality of your Android Phone is reduced to that of an iPhone a great app for everybody, access your file system straight from your phone.
- Flash 10.3, I know that this is not an “app” straight off but it comes from the Market so… Anyway this is essential and adds loads of extra functionality to your browsing experience, view flash videos, no more blue question marks.
- Angry Birds, this app gives you something to do when your bored and best of all it is free on the Android Market, so the questionably the best Mobile Game ever comes to Android.
- Facebook, The Facebook android app is unquestionably the best Facebook accessing application available, with access to notes, calendar, chat and of course you wall, this is essential for any Android owning Facebook user
- Tweetdeck, Want an app that ties all of your social networks together? Well I do, and this does all of that, only problem is that this was recently bought out by twitter so, if I was you I would download the latgest release and never update it! After all this will merge into the twitter app with reduced facebook functionality.
- Google Maps, I know that this comes pre-installed on most phones, however it is still from the Android market so hey! Anyway this offers free world leading navigation, and awesome street-view and satellite maps. Essential to finding your way around a large city.
- Spotify, this is an essential app for music lovers, free but a premium membership needed, but after that access any song anywhere even store it offline. No you can’t get iTunes but who needs it!
- DoubleTwist suite Player and AirSync, this gives you all of the advantages of an iPhone on your Android device, syncs with iTunes and also now includes AirPlay for those true apple converts.
- Amazon AppStore, this is a competitor to the Android Market I would still advise to use the Market but you can get one chosen paid app for free everyday so hey everyone loves free things.
- Amazon Kindle, if you have a kindle device already you will know how good the kindle store is and your phone is ideal for light reading especially considering the latest devices’ screens are only 1.5inch smaller than the kindle’s.
Oh and do not forget to download the GadgetCore App, and try some of these top android apps whilst you’re at it!