The Android Apps Everyone Should Have April 2011
It’s that time of the month again, which is to say it’s time to clean up our list of the absolute best Android apps. What new apps will show up? Which apps get cut?
: The native Google Docs app acts more like a documents manager to search, find and share all your documents than a text editor (as you’ll be routed to the online web editor to make changes) but is still plenty good. Also: the OCR function to turn images into Google Docs is great. Free.[imgclear]
: You get to watch live video, receive breaking news notifications, tune into CNN radio, use a customisable widget and more. Pretty much a must have for news junkies. Free.[imgclear]
: A super simple and great looking text editor that syncs with Dropbox. Your notes are saved in a plain text file, the titles are searchable and the syncing is super fast. Great for those who don’t need all the bells and whistles. Free.[imgclear]
: Chomp makes finding Android apps so much easier but isn't as essential since the much improved Android Market website is around now.
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