• Stephie Daniel

    Nice list. Its amazing to have such wonderful and absolute list of android apps to help manage the work in a much better way. One more inclusion from my end will be Replicon’s android version task management tools ( http://www.replicon.com/olp/task-management-software.aspx ) that is cloud based managing the task to be done up ultimately raising the productivity to become more precise and perfect.

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  • http://bhw-helpjapan.com/ Help Japan

    It’s all too easy to turn off the TV and forget people in need. I am unable to turn a blind eye to the plights of the stricken, however. So many Japanese children are left without their parents, and so many parents left without means to support their families anymore. They need support from the rest of the world. Not all of us are fortunate enough to be able to spare the money to donate, but any contribution that you could make would be appreciated! If you can’t donate, please keep Japan in your thoughts and pass the word around!

  • vinay

    check out the following apps …

    for kids…
    ABCs
    colors
    kid mode
    numbers
    on-the-go
    shapes

    for students ….
    AndroCards Free
    AnkiDroid
    AnyMemo
    iflashcardsfree
    kaka flashcards
    pop quiz
    quizard lite
    studydroid
    word free

    other interesting ones …
    CallTrack
    chrome to phone
    contact2sim
    handbase
    freedi downloader / freedi youtube downloader
    memento
    mini file manager
    openoffice document reader
    silent boot
    traintimes uk
    youtube downloader

    • techcredo

      That’s quite a list! Thanks for the recommendations, I’ll check out these apps.

  • http://www.netify.me FM

    Nice list! One app that I think should be up there too is netMemo.

    It’s a very slick little thing that makes it easy to record short voice messages and have them delivered by e-mail to your inbox. Great when you think of important stuff on-the-road and don’t have time to write it down!

  • Marc

    A few i’d include: Handcent SMS, Dialer One, WiFinder, Set CPU or Overclock widget (needs root though), and Dolhpin Browser.

  • Romulo

    Um trabalho maravilhoso muito bom mesmo, para mim foi um achado.
    parabens

    • techcredo

      Does that even mean anything in any language?

      • linuxman

        Thats portugese :)

        • techcredo

          You’re absolutely right, sorry about that. According to Google Translate, it says “a wonderful job, very good, for me it was a achado.” :)

  • Chris

    Lots of usefull apps here for anyone new to the Android Market. I had problems with Springpad where I couldn’t get a reliable and constant sync over a week. I liked Springpad, but using Catch now. Can’t wait for Note Everything has an online solution apart from gdocs.

    A few apps not on your list that are invaluble to me are: GTasks (http://www.androlib.com/android.application.org-dayup-gtask-jziEi.aspx) and for those of us without proximity sensor and wish to turn the screen off while on a call, Screen Off (http://www.androlib.com/android.application.com-konreu-android-screenoff-jznpC.aspx), FeedR is my favourite RSS reader i’ve used by far (http://www.androlib.com/r.aspx?r=feedr), GoMarks (http://www.androlib.com/android.application.com-androappsdev-gomarks-iAxp.aspx) is the best I’ve found so far for Google Bookmarks usability without mixing them with my Android devices bookmarks.

    • techcredo

      Thanks for the app recommendations, appreciate it!

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