You might want to consider the following applications if you just bought a new android based smartphone and want the best from it:
1. Documents To Go Install this app and turn your phone into a mobile office. This app will enable you to open, edit, and generate office documents (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel). In addition to that, Docs To Go, will allow you to view any pdf document that you download or transfer to your phone. Besides that, docs to go premium version contains amazing functionalities such as desktop and Google drive synchronization.
2. Swiftkey There are several keyboards on Play Store, but none of them makes tapping words on android glassy screens pleasurable as Swiftkey. The app that retails for less than $5 is better than most keyboards that are available for Android users. It even proves better than iOS and Windows Phone keyboards. It exploits Android’s openness and replaces the existing keyboard that comes with Android phones giving you a better typing experience through its smart predictions and slide function. Imagine sliding your finger to form words instead of typing them, it’s just amazing.
3. TrueCaller Everyone hates receiving numerous spam or sales-oriented calls. Fortunately, this excellent app is developed to ensure that phone users don’t experience such frustrations. TrueCaller allows users to search any publicly listed number within their locality or even internationally. The app also comes with a simple call-block method that allows users to allow only certain calls. The app can locate the caller, display names of unsaved contacts, and offer social features. Besides that, TrueCaller also informs users of spam calls that target the database of the application.
4. Olive Tree Bible The Bible stands as the bestselling, and probably most read book, in the entire world. Olive Tree makes this important life-giving book available and portable for Android, iPad, and iPhone users. This Bible, unlike others, is packed with amazing features, rendered in a gorgeous manner, customizable, and runs smoothly in Android devices. The app supports in-depth bible studies as it comes with several inclusions — commentaries, maps, and dictionaries — that are all available offline. Readers can take notes, highlight verses, bookmark texts and verses, and sync this information with other android devices. Now, Olive Tree Bible comes with free KJV and ESV Bibles.
5. MyPhoneExplorer Managing Android phones can never be easier than when it is done with this powerful management app designed for PCs. Users install the desktop management software on their PCs and a similar app on their Android phones (accessible from Play Store) to enjoy outlook syncs, management of calls, SMS, Apps, backups, calendar, and so on and so forth. The management software connects to Android devices through WiFi, USB, or even Bluetooth. This is one client that you don’t want to miss in your phone. Download the desktop management application from http://www.fjsoft.at.
6. Seesmic Seesmic is a good application for social sites frequenters. It offers users the ability to access multiple accounts – Facebook, Twitter, and others, and provides a widget on the homepage that provides users the latest tweets. Besides, it is slick and professional in design. It serves as the one of the best example of innovation in app development.
7. WordPress for Android I wasn’t going to skip Android’s WordPress. This app began as an independent development of wpToGo, and then WordPress loved it so much that it hired its inventor to be an in-house developer. Now writers, readers, or even lovers of web logging can access all WordPress functionalities on their devices. Besides good integration, WordPress for Android allows users to write and post material at the touch of a button.
8. WhatsApp WhatsApp grants users free texts letting them communicate with other WhatsApp users, regardless of the associated platform. It also comes with cool features that make it easy to customize, chat with groups, and add a location to chats. This app is an excellent choice for communication across platforms for use with both local and international contacts.
9. Dropbox for Android As your love for Android escalates, you will find that you need, or simply have, more than one device. You obviously also own a PC somewhere. This makes syncing a need. Dropbox satisfies that the necessity nicely with a robust app that complements the desktop version. The app has a friendly interface, similar to the desktop Dropbox, allowing easy uploading and hasty syncing across all connected devices and computers, if any. Overall, Dropbox for Android is an outstanding and well-priced app (if you need more space than the 2GB that is given freely) for business minded Android users who are on the go.
10. Evernote After Android’s Dropbox, Evernote stands as the next best option for managing business information in one place. This app lets you sync and stash text notes, files, and voice memos on the phone and gives you access to them through other devices or even a computer. This app is a sure blend of a cool interface, abundant features, and almost-limitless note variety. For this reason, everyone who uses it croons its praises. It is phenomenal and productive regardless of what you need it for.