10 Killer Apps for Android

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Android market has brought in a list of apps that are more interesting and attractive that most people look out for. We can see an iPhone app store holding various special featured apps that suits different people on its utility. Installation and removal are a chain process that one looks out for when it comes to taking a trial over the apps that is available for your phone. Here we come across the top 10 killer apps for Androids.

Dolphin: Dolphin is one of the Web Browser that is fast and reliable with multi touch, real tabs and gestures. It is found to be much faster than other android solutions that are default over time.


10 Killer Apps for Android



ChompSMS: It’s a text app that works better than default ones as they support and save longer battery utility.


10 Killer Apps for Android


My Backup Pro: Back up of an SD card or online site, call logs, contacts, settings, shortcuts, and other such informations can be restored for future safety as it works on regular interval.


10 Killer Apps for Android


FeedR: This RSS reader work for widget and app, it’s a perfect RSS widget. Preconfigured feeds can be added to your favorite app, it supports auto-updates at once.


10 Killer Apps for Android


Advanced Task Killer: ATK helps to handle apps that ensure battery life with performance. It appears similar to a gadget that after two clicks will free the internal memory and rearranges the files on your phone that works like a defragment.


10 Killer Apps for Android


Exchange by Touchdown: It’s an exchange connectivity that has an outstanding support from developers with great workability. Installing the free version is a must at first step followed by the paid one as they act as the key for the demo.


10 Killer Apps for Android


ConnectBot: It is an Open source secure shell client that handles concurrent ssh connection and copy/paste among apps.

10 Killer Apps for Android


Barcode Scanner: Android camera is turned into a barcode scanner, as it scans an object’s UPC code and works to search over Google Product on Open Web. This app is more helpful to check for the price online before shopping retail.

10 Killer Apps for Android


Places Directory: It is made easy with the searching process that takes us to the right location on time. From shops, restaurants, movie theaters, hospital and medical facilities to taxis, every search is possible to get all business info with this Google local search app.


10 Killer Apps for Android


Evernote: This application is great with its feature of taking notes once we get used to the virtual keyboard typing. Evernote is a wonderful note-taking app similar to the Dropbox that saves data available locally with respect to the device model.


10 Killer Apps for Android

If we forget to mention any other popular Android Applications, then let us know in your comment below.

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6 Responses to 10 Killer Apps for Android

  1. Neil April 6, 2011 at 4:39 pm #

    The barcode scanner apps for Android have got to be up there with some of the best, I know that they are not the most aw inspiring but they can help save money so that is good enough for me. Thanks for posting

    • ABHISHEK SHUKLA April 6, 2011 at 8:50 pm #

      thanks for your comment..

  2. Jackson April 17, 2011 at 9:57 pm #

    Have you ever been fooled by images that look realistic but are actually Photoshopped? You need some Image Analysis software to help you detect them. But such kind of software is usually pretty expensive. Instead, some online fake detection tool can help on this for free. Like Photoshopped Image Killer. PSKiller extracts JPEG quantization tables from your image and compares them with those in database. If they match tables of Photoshop, image will be classifier as Photoshopped. Exif tags of JPEG are utilized as well.

  3. Tushar Agarwal May 15, 2012 at 4:55 pm #

    Dolphin browser for android is great but it lags on my samsung Galaxy SL.


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