The best Android apps of the week are serving many purposes this time around, from sharing and managing your photos and contacts more easily to getting you ready for a holiday.
Bump: Bump is useful because it makes it easy to share things like contacts, pictures and apps. Though it's been around for a while, it just got a big update that lets you share photos from your phone to your computer. Free.
Someecards: These sharable cards are fun to pass along between your friends. They're frequently posted on Facebook, and now they've gone mobile with an Android app which lets you view and send the newest cards. Free.
PhotoBox: Facebook Camera doesn't have an Android version yet, but that doesn't mean you can't still manage your social media photos and add filters in a dedicated app. PhotoBox lets you view and edit images and post several at the same time to Facebook. Free.
Sidecar.me: You're limited when it comes to multitasking on a phone call. However, Sidecar supplements your usual dials by letting you share real-time photos, videos and location information. You'll know exactly what the person on the other end of the line is up to in every area of their lives. Free.
Grill-it: Grill-it makes sure you don't screw up whatever you happen to be grilling. It gives you lots of recipes and helps you with technique as well. No one's going to leave your cookout hungry (or food poisoned). $0.99.