Earlier this week, Google has announced that there are now over 100000 applications in the Android market. So here we bring to you the Top 10 most popular free Android Applications in 2010.
1. Amazon Kindle
Read over 700,000 Kindle books, including thousands of free books.
-Search inside your books -Edit notes and highlights and have them synchronized across your devices
-Look up words on Wikipedia and Dictionary.com
-Lock screen orientation while reading
Looking for a burrito joint open now? A gas station you can drive to before your tank hits empty? Yelp for Android is here to help. Search for places to eat, shop, drink and play then read reviews from an active community of locals in the know.
3. Angry Birds
Angry Birds is one of the most popular games for iPhone and has made it’s way to Android. Your objective is to sling up to five angry birds at a loosely made structure with pigs inside and destroy it all giving the birds their vengeance. Get bonus points for destroying it all with birds left over, else if you don’t destroy it all and use all your birds you fail the round.
4. Slacker Radio
Slacker Radio Android App streams high quality music to your Android phone with predefined stations you can listen to or create your own. An awesome Pro feature is Station Cache; download an entire station to SD card in the background and listen later without any Internet or data connection (for Android 2+ phones). Like Last.fm Personal Radio and Pandora Radio similar artists or genres stream on a station; also there are unlimited skips of songs (up to 6 with free version) and no commercials with the Plus version. Most songs have album art, reviews and bios, add stations to Favorites, and send stations to a friends.
Bump for Android is an awesome app for quickly exchanging Contact info, Pictures and even Android apps! It’s such an easy way to share information on smartphones running the Bump app. It even works between Android and iPhones, so not just Android to Android or iPhone to iPhone bumps, but a mix of any phone running the app. Read the rest of this entry »
According to Internet rumors, the new Google Nexus Two will be launched through Samsung on November 8. As per the earlier reports, Nexus Two would be the first Android phone running on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). Read the rest of this entry »
The HTC Wildfire Android phone will be available through Alltel Wireless for only $29.99 with a two-year service agreement and mail-in rebate. Alltel is the first carrier to offer the phone in the U.S. Read the rest of this entry »
A rumor from a Droid forum posts that Verizon will launch the HTC Incredible HD on November 23rd. This upcoming HTC Android phone maybe sports a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, a microSD card slot, 8 MP camera with dual LED flashes and front-facing camera. Read the rest of this entry »
The first image of a next LG Android phone for Verizon leaked out on Engadget that will also support for upcoming LTE (4G) network. This future LG Android phone maybe is a high-end device and probably sporting an HD camera with 720p or 1080p, and a possible front-facing camera. Read the rest of this entry »
Google has launched a updated YouTube application for Android users and as a standalone Version in the Android Market. But the official YouTube app only be available on the latest Android 2.2 phones. The old version of Android users will not be benifitted in their handsets. Read the rest of this entry »
The HTC Knight looks like a new Android phone will coming to Sprint. But the new smartphone running what version is unknown. Read the rest of this entry »
The HTC EVO 4G, the first Sprint 4G Android phone is only $99 with a two-year contract for new customers on Amazon. Read the rest of this entry »
Nullsoft has finally launched a beta app of the Winamp media player for all Android 2.1 phones or higher. The official Winamp app for Android is now available from Android Market for free. The Android app of Winamp can sync your music from the Winamp desktop player(Winamp 5.59 beta required) to your handset via USB or Wi-Fi. Read the rest of this entry »
Have you thought about you can customize your Android phone hardware? A German company called Synapse is now offering such a service that will let you customize your own Android phone hardware. The first customised Android phone called the Synapse One will running Android 2.2 Froyo and the default specifications include a 1GHz processor, a 4-inch Super-AMOLED screen with 480×800 resolution and microSD slot. Read the rest of this entry »