Android based phones are quickly becoming the top choice for mobile users. This OS have already attracted many users and continue to make buzz around. It is rumored to provide the performance and stability that even the iPhones have fallen short on. Another buzz word is application and believe it or not free android applications have given many a phone apps a run for their money. You can get everything from street directions to help on how to draw a manga or free manga comics via these amazing programs. Now let us discuss the best among this array of apps:
• Google Sky Map: There is nothing that Google can do wrong (fingers crossed) and its sky map is just over the top. Once downloaded, you can point your the phone to the sky and this app will show the stars, planets, constellations, and will even help you identify the celestial objects.
• Astro File Manager: This app lets you navigate through the Android file system; something along the lines of a windows style file explorer. It makes your handset work and navigate like a computer.
• Seesmic: The Android world is replete with many a Twitter apps. Though Twitter has launched a branded app recently, seemic has had some loyal followers and users. One of the main advantages of Seesmic is that it offers support for multiple accounts, it has a home page widget that shows latest tweets, and has an incredibly slick and professional design.
• Mobile Maps: It can be downloaded directly to your smartphone and helps you get free satellite navigation facility and images onto your Android devices. The app works like a SAT navigation device that is switched on with every turning direction. Your phone's GPS works by plotting the directions and the journey ahead of you as per traffic conditions.
• BeyondPod: This application integrates with the Android music player. It helps you find and manage audio and video podcasts. Though the base version is free. The premium version at $7 / INR300 provides better controls to update and manage subscriptions.
• Weather Channel: It offers accurate current conditions with extreme detail down to wind speed, humidity and UV index. Additionally, the Weather Channel's app also offers hourly and 10-day forecasts for planning ahead.
• Google Voice: It provides you a phone number that can ring at multiple places or devices. It allows you to access all of your voicemail and text messages over the Web. For people who need privacy, the app can also make outgoing calls such that the receiver gets only the Google Voice number and not your phone number.
• Advanced Task Killer: It helps you manage your apps to ensure that the performance or battery life is not hurt. It comes with a widget that you can tap once to kill all open apps. So simply put, it is an app to manage all your apps.
• Astrid: or Android's Simple Task Recording Dashboard maintains and follows up on to-do lists and helps you organize your life within the phone. It integrates cleanly into the Android interface, and can motivate you on your deadlines and give humanizing reminds.
Though the Android world is replete with apps for all occasions, one would still have to wait for something as phenomenal as online SEO tools or SEO web tools to strike the app world and take it by storm. Until then we will have to live by the aforementioned apps.