Top 10 free android apps


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Approximately 2/3rd of Apps in Android Market are Free Apps, it is hard to choose the best ones. Check our list of must have 10 free apps for your Android Smartphone.

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Top 10 free android apps

  1. 1. 1 Top  10  FreeAndroid  Apps ©  TechAhead
  2. 2. Top 10 Free Android AppsApple App Store has been leading since the dawn of Smartphone era but thetime there is changing. Android Market has already surpassed the Free Appscount in App Store, and analysts from Distimo estimate that it will soon overtakeit in terms of total apps too. Most of the stuff in Android market is free,approximately 2/3rd of android apps are free apps.With that big number of free apps, it is hard to choose the best ones. If yourecently bought an Android smartphone, you might be thinking of free apps thatyou should have on your phone. We are here to help you in choosing the musthave apps for Android.Here is our pick for Top 10 Free Android Apps, in no particular order. ©  TechAhead
  3. 3. 1. SeesmicThere are many Twitter apps on Android – and Twitteritself shook up the scene with the launch of its own-brand app recently – but we’re sticking with Seesmic.Offering support for multiple accounts, a home pagewidget showing latest tweets and an incredibly slickand professional design, it’s one of the finestexamples of app development out there today.Seesmic ©  TechAhead
  4. 4. 2.  Facebook  for  AndroidFacebook for Android is lacking in features comparedto Facebook itself, but a recent update added Inboxsupport to the Android app, finally allowing its users tocommunicate in almost real time. The app’s fast andstable, with a simplicity that reminds you of the olddays when using Facebook used to be bearable.Facebook for Android ©  TechAhead
  5. 5. 3.  Astro  File  ManagerASTRO is nothing more than a Windows-style fileexplorer, but if you’re into tinkering and directlyinstalling Android APK files yourself, it’s essential tostick something like this on your phone. It makes yourphone feel like a computer, and makes you feel likeyou’re in charge of it. ASTRO launched a Pro versionrecently but still exists with an ad supported freeversion.Astro ©  TechAhead
  6. 6. 4.  iJobsFind jobs from your Android phone with,the most comprehensive search engine for jobs. In asingle search, Indeed offers free access to millions ofvacancies from thousands of company websites,recruitment agencies and job boards in USA,Canada, UK, Ireland, India, South Africa, Hong Kong,New Zealand, Singapore and Australia.iJobs ©  TechAhead
  7. 7. 5.  ChatOnThere are plenty of messaging tools on Android,but Samsung’s beats many of them by offeringmulti-platform support – with clients even availablefor older Samsung non-smart feature phones. Itcould be the ideal way to keep in touch with an outof touch relative. More “with it” users will be able touse its drawing, image sharing and socialnetworking features.ChatOn ©  TechAhead
  8. 8. 6.  SkymapA stunning app that renders Patrick Moore obsolete,by using your phone’s orientation tools to give youan accurate representation of the stars and planetson your screen. Point your phone at the sky, thenlearn what constellations are visible and if that’s aUFO or just Venus. Google Sky Mapeven worksindoors, if you’re not keen on getting cold.Google SkyMap ©  TechAhead
  9. 9. 7.  LayarThe stunning augmented reality app Layar hasrecently gone commercial, adding an online shopthat allows users to buy AR content such as travelguides, local house price apps and much more. Butyou are still able to use the numerous free Layers topop data up over real-world locations, delivering asatisfying futuristic experience.Layar ©  TechAhead
  10. 10. 8.  FourSquareFoursquare helps you explore the world around you.Keep up with friends, get insider tips, and unlockdiscounts and rewards; with the Google app offeringeasy one-click check-ins, integrated Google Maps fora seamless Google-branded experience and homepage shortcut options to all your favorite places.FourSquare ©  TechAhead
  11. 11. 9.  Google  GogglesGoogle Goggles lets you take photos and haveGoogle analyse them and come back with a searchresults page for what it thinks you’re looking at.However, the app’s main use is as a QR codereader, which lets you scan barcodes for quickaccess to apps and whatever data people choose toembed in the odd little data squares.Google Goggles ©  TechAhead
  12. 12. 10.  BBC  News10. BBC NewsWhile the BBC’s Android iPlayer app is a bit on thedisappointing side, the corporation’s BBC Newsapp is much more refined. There’s a stylish grid-based front page, plus you are able to swipe fromleft to right to switch between stories in yourchosen specialist category. A recent update alsoadded a couple of Home screen widgets, plus theability to submit your own news tips!BBC News ©  TechAhead
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