It’s been a month or so and here are my favorite Apps so far:
Feedjuice – excellent for following your favorite reads/blogs
HD dolphin browser – the stock browser is great too but I love this one. There are add ons just like Firefox to make your web browsing more enjoyable.
Facebook pink – I tried the regular fb app and wasn’t impressed. I saw this one a month later and decided to pay $1.5 for it. It is wonderful and I love the pink color. Also it is for a good cause. I admit I enjoy going on fb pink more than the website. Lol
Angry birds – a very entertaining game! Also beautiful graphics!
WordPress – super useful when you have a few minutes between something and just want to jumpstart your blog post.
Appbrain – manage and sync all your Apps. And if you switch phones, you will have a list of all your Apps and can re-install them easily.
Quick battery – displays your current battery life. Very helpful!
Gtasks – just another app that you can add to-do lists, such as shopping. I put my notes in this app as I think of them so I won’t forget.
Watchdog lite – android is all about running different apps simultaneously so this comes in very handy. Kill the apps you don’t want running to save battery juice.
Dropbox – drop files here that you want to be able.to access anywhere, ie: your home PC, laptop, and phone. This way you do not need to transfer files back and forth. Is that easy or what?
Calendar snooze – this app makes your calendar really rock! It lets you customize ringtones, snooze frequencies, etc. Really cool.
Amazon – lets you scan barcodes to check on Amazon.com. very cool!
Target – same thing as the Amazon app. Since I shop mainly at these two places, I love the apps.
360Camera – choose an effect and snap! there are some cool effects here! There’s a paid app but there’s a free option.
fxCamera – same concept as 360camera. i especially love the polaroid option.
That’s my list for now. These apps have my phone acting like a mini-netbook. I totally love that it seems to simplify a lot of things I am already doing but doing it much more efficiently.
If you have some recommendations for android, I’ll love to hear it.