The Google Android is a smartphone with increasing popularity throughout the smart-phone world.
As expected, the question of whether an application is good or not, or whether a user should pay this amount of money or find a free alternative has been rising as well for multiple Android users. This list aims to provide a few applications that every Android user should have and at a price anybody could afford – free.
Android apps for Students
By using their Google Docs (Reviewed) account, users can create, view and edit documents and spreadsheets. Additionally, whenever a person views a document, a good number of the original formatting is still present, which is a bonus considering the small screen of the Android. It is a helpful application when touching up a report or taking some notes.
Android apps for Lifestyle
Locale allows a user to set actions to occur that are triggered by certain events and settings. It sounds terribly unexciting, but a few examples of this in action include automatically dimming the brightness of the screen once the battery falls below a certain level, turning off the ringer at certain times of day, or texting friends once the user has arrived at a location.
Android Fun Apps
Ringdroid allows users to conveniently and very easily create free ringtones from their favorite songs. Simply by loading a song onto the SD card and picking beginning and ending points, users can save the selection and subsequently use it as either a ringtone, notification or even an alert. Alternatively, users can record ringtones with this application.