12 Best Free Android Apps in the Market

Free Android Apps

There is certainly no doubt that the Android market is expanding at a quick rate. Today, there are many cell phone companies that are coming up with smartphones that have the Android technology. To supplement these smartphones there are various applications better known as apps that can make life easier and comfortable for all smartphone users. Here we will take a quick look at some of the best free Android apps available in the market.

1. Swype

Texting or messaging has become very common for smartphone users and therefore they want something that can help them type longer messages at quick pace and to make that possible you have the Swype app available free in the market. The Swype technology is also known as line typing because you quickly draw odd lines for the words you want to type and it makes that possible for you. Hence, you don’t have to type in every single letter just cross quick lines on the virtual keypad available on your smartphone and go ahead with messaging to your friends and office mates.

2. Evernote

Do you always love to connect all your smartphone files to your computer? If you do then you need an Evernote to make that possible. With Evernote you can store all your important documents, photographs and music files in one single folder and you can sync that with your computer directly.

3. beebPlayer

Nobody even knew about this app before BBC made it popular. Hence, credit goes to the BBC for making this player so popular. It was initially found as the best Android player for iPhone but now you can use this free Android app in your smartphone as well. If you want to play music on Wi-Fi you can do that with the help of this player. You can even search for the music you want to hear directly through Wi-Fi.

4. Google Maps Navigation

We all come across situations when we are looking out for road directions, but now with Google maps navigation app on your smartphone you don’t need to ask anybody. This app provides turn by turn voice navigation to make it easier for you to find your destination. You can either use it while you are walking on the road or even use it when you are driving your car.

5. 3bananaNotes

If you are not good at remembering things, or if you want to note down the random thoughts that go through your mind when you are in bed then make use of 3bananaNotes app. The app is good at typing and keeping the notes of small things that you often forget. The notes can be pinned on your Home screen so that you always know the things you need to remember.

6. gvSIG Mini Maps

Do you sometimes feel the need of looking at the map? Maps can really help us in finding directions when we are in strange places and with gvSIG Mini Maps you never have to worry because the map is right on your cell phone. This app is getting a lot of buzz from people in Europe because people there always find it attractive to look into different areas and locations where they can go.

7. Astrid Task and ToDo List

We all have daily priorities but we are not able to wrap them up because we don’t know how to set them up or we forget them at times. Now with Astrid Task and ToDo list you don’t have to worry anymore because you can list down all your important events in this app and get timely reminders to make sure you don’t miss a thing.

8. Shareprice.co.uk

If you are a stock broker in United Kingdom this app is something that you should always keep on your cell phone. With SharePrice.co.uk you are never too far from your work because you can always keep an eye on your stocks even when you are at home or with your friends. You can view all the important information about any particular stock that you are eyeing on.

9. Meebo IM

If you like to talk to your friends while you are on the move then you can use the Meebo IM app that allows you to chat directly through your cell phone. You can chat with multiple friends at the same time using the intelligent interface it has.

10. Facebook for Android

Now this does not match all the features that you will find on Facebook but you can certainly enjoy most of the features that you enjoy on Facebook. You can now enjoy the Inbox support on this app and talk and message and comment to your friends while you are on the move.

11. WordPress for Android

This is another blogging app that you should always have in your cell phone. The app provides you with almost all the features that you enjoy when you login to your WordPress account on the internet. You can type in the content and upload it directly from your cell phone which means that you can be a blogger while you travel.

12. AppMonster

Too many apps on your cell phone can confuse you and therefore you need some kind of app management software. AppMonster allows you to move, delete and upgrade your apps immediately from one single window making your job easier and simpler.

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One Response to 12 Best Free Android Apps in the Market

  1. Lora Aroy September 23, 2011 at 7:14 am #

    Well, There are certainly no a single doubt that the Android market is expanding at a quick rate. Today, there are many cell phone companies that are coming up with smartphones that have the Android technologies with various features.
     

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