Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Top 10 Free Android Apps, you must have in your mobile.

If you are using Android phone then you must have such apllications in your mobile that you can utilize your mobile at max. Here are the top 10 Android Apps that you should install in your mobile. 

1. Facebook for Android

If you are using facebook everyday then this application will be best and most usefulll for you. It will give you News Feed, Profile, Friends, Messages, Events, Chat in better formate and large icons as shown in figure bellow.


2. Pulse News

If you are fond of latest news update and stories, articals, pictures and videos then this application will be best for you. It will give you these kind of stuff from Mashable, Gawker, Engadget, MSNBC, Fox News, Car and Driver, Salonand many more other website. 




 If you are crazy about TV serials and movies then this Android app will be the best for you. You can watch almost all famous TV seasons on this app.



4. Personal Finance

For anyone who’s even heard of, the online site Mint, this app’s for you. Hell, ‘mini’-Mint still comes with very handy features like keeping tabs on several bank accounts/credit cards and creating and managing budgeting tables, and functions for different categories of spending (e.g. ‘groceries’ or ‘Discover card’).



5. Words With Friends Free

this Android app is still a very addictive. it takes the boardgame Scrabble and crossword puzzles. Words With Friends lets you compete head-to-head with up to 20 opponents (can be friends, random users, or even just yourself) and even boasts instant messaging from within each board.It’s crazy addictive!


6. PicSay – Photo Editor

It's alternatives to PicSay include FxCamera, Photoshop Express.Whoever said that photo-editing and otherwise having fun with photos is only for your laptop? PicSay, while it’s no Photoshop by any stretch of the mind, lets you apply special effects—e.g. ‘Polaroid-style’, ‘Distortion’, ‘Contrasting monochrome’, and ’70′s-style’—to photos and instantly share them via Twitter, Flickr, Foursquare, and/or Facebook. Also supports geo-tagging (especially effective with Foursquare) and it’ll even ‘auto correct’ (quality-wise) less-than desirable photos.



7. Evernote

Evernote’s the fundamental app for practically anyone—from students, to professionals, to those always on the-go. Vaguely reminiscent of Google Docs or Dropbox, Evernote lets you create and/or save all of your notes, web clippings (regardless of what type of media it is), photos and videos and sync them to all your networked devices for ridiculously easy, convenient access no matter where you are. It also supports tagging, an indefinite number of ‘virtual’ notebooks, and instant sharing via Facebook and Twitter.


8. TWIDROYD for Twitter

TWIDROYD, despite the eccentric name, is one of the most popular Twitter apps/clients. In addition to effortless Tweeting Re-Tweeting, it:

  • Displays photos and websites embedded in Tweets without having to open a browser.
  • Boasts a new option that lets you auto-shorten Tweets greater than 140 characters.
  • Sports a plethora of fonts and text sizes.
  • Adds additional hash-tag functionality.
  • Supports a ton of customization options via the built-in ‘UberBar’.


9. Shazam

You’ve probably heard a friend talking about this device that “listens” to music and deciphers the title, album, and artist(s). Shazam’s one of those! In fact, apart from Pandora, it’s one of the best free multimedia apps we’ve come across. In addition to identifying songs and their respective artists (via the microphone on your phone), it lets you purchase official copies, see related music videos, and share it among Friends on several social networks (including Facebook and Twitter, naturally); it even retrieves songs’ lyrics.

Also supported: Browsing and/or adding friends’ lists and associated tags, track list creation via tags, and recording music for tagging and identifying later (very useful for times when there’ a bad connection or even none at all).

10. Advanced Task Killer

Many folks agree that Android’s probably the best damn thing to happen to the cellphone since, well, forever ago. With such powerful, multitasking-worthy processing power, though, comes the tradeoff of ever-increased battery juice suckage.

Advanced Task Killer acts as a middleman, per say. It monitors apps, shuts down idle ones (according to how long you configure the delay), and sports a ‘kill-all open apps’ button. In addition to saving battery juice when apps are closed, memory is freed up—helping Android overall perform better by freeing up memory.