Android Apps-my Top 12

A personal selection…
In the following, I list the top 12 apps that are absolutely necessary or useful for me in my daily work with Android. The order is not geranked-I use all mentioned apps and applications like;-). Certainly there are already one or other basic functionality already in the mobile phone or even in the browser, but I use the services via the apps rather than the corresponding mobile pages in the browser-for me, apps are the direct way to the desired information-faster than She could ever deliver a website.
Gmote Turns
the Android smartphone into a remote control for the computer-music and movies even from a distance to use has never been so easy. You can also browse through the directories of the PC or laptop with the Gmote app and thus access media files. Alternatively, you can simply control the mouse with the touchscreen of the Android smartphone. Gmote works only on the computer, if a corresponding software is installed on the same. To the test report within the CyberBloc. And you can get more from FREDERICASHOPS.COM.

Sticky
A simple post-it note app that never lets you forget anything. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Night Clock
Turns the Android smartphone into a clock when the charging cable is plugged in. And since the G1 is loaded next to my bed, it is a perfect alarm replacement. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Hungry
A simple shopping list for the G1 – at home, just write down everything and practically, simply check out the purchased items at the supermarket. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Useful Switchers
There are a number of settings in the Android smartphone that are buried deep in the settings menu. With Useful Switchers, these settings are no more than a few clicks away.Whether Bluetooth, Wifi, UMTS or mute the ringtone. Almost everything is possible. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Quick Uninstaller
Many apps are not necessarily the yellow of egg, and one is glad, if the uninstallation goes as fast and painless. With Quick Uninstaller, uninstalling has never been easier. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Twit2Go
Brings Twitter to the G1-quickly and easily.

Accu Weather
A practical and useful app, which shows the weather on the ground and on other spots on earth-you always know how the weather is. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

ATrackDog
Many apps are regularly maintained by their developers, unfortunately it is always connected with a great amount of time within the Android Market to check whether the old app has become faster, new and better. With aTrackDog you have a reliable guard dog who likes to do the hassle. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Android SDK
Well, this is not an Android app, but a handy and free way to create screenshots. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Barcoo
With Barcoo, barcodes can be scanned and the prices of the product can be determined-practically if you do not know whether the product is sold too expensive. In the current version, there is even the possibility to evaluate food with a food sampler. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Googlemail
Well, the app is implemented as standard in every current Android smartphone – but here, too, there are all the features of the real Googlemail on the Internet search function included.And that alone is already the killer argument for me.

Furthermore, the apps and possibilities change constantly, considering what an ecosystem Apple with the App Store created, then Google has still a long way ahead, but thanks to flexibility and open source, Android is certainly a very strong competitor in the Great game.

A personal selection…
In the following, I list the top 12 apps that are absolutely necessary or useful for me in my daily work with Android. The order is not geranked-I use all mentioned apps and applications like;-). Certainly there are already one or other basic functionality already in the mobile phone or even in the browser, but I use the services via the apps rather than the corresponding mobile pages in the browser-for me, apps are the direct way to the desired information-faster than She could ever deliver a website.
Gmote Turns
the Android smartphone into a remote control for the computer-music and movies even from a distance to use has never been so easy. You can also browse through the directories of the PC or laptop with the Gmote app and thus access media files. Alternatively, you can simply control the mouse with the touchscreen of the Android smartphone. Gmote works only on the computer, if a corresponding software is installed on the same. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Sticky
A simple post-it note app that never lets you forget anything. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Night Clock
Turns the Android smartphone into a clock when the charging cable is plugged in. And since the G1 is loaded next to my bed, it is a perfect alarm replacement. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Hungry
A simple shopping list for the G1 – at home, just write down everything and practically, simply check out the purchased items at the supermarket. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Useful Switchers
There are a number of settings in the Android smartphone that are buried deep in the settings menu. With Useful Switchers, these settings are no more than a few clicks away.Whether Bluetooth, Wifi, UMTS or mute the ringtone. Almost everything is possible. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Quick Uninstaller
Many apps are not necessarily the yellow of egg, and one is glad, if the uninstallation goes as fast and painless. With Quick Uninstaller, uninstalling has never been easier. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Twit2Go
Brings Twitter to the G1-quickly and easily.

Accu Weather
A practical and useful app, which shows the weather on the ground and on other spots on earth-you always know how the weather is. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

ATrackDog
Many apps are regularly maintained by their developers, unfortunately it is always connected with a great amount of time within the Android Market to check whether the old app has become faster, new and better. With aTrackDog you have a reliable guard dog who likes to do the hassle. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Android SDK
Well, this is not an Android app, but a handy and free way to create screenshots. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Barcoo
With Barcoo, barcodes can be scanned and the prices of the product can be determined-practically if you do not know whether the product is sold too expensive. In the current version, there is even the possibility to evaluate food with a food sampler. To the test report within the CyberBloc.

Googlemail
Well, the app is implemented as standard in every current Android smartphone – but here, too, there are all the features of the real Googlemail on the Internet search function included.And that alone is already the killer argument for me.

Furthermore, the apps and possibilities change constantly, considering what an ecosystem Apple with the App Store created, then Google has still a long way ahead, but thanks to flexibility and open source, Android is certainly a very strong competitor in the Great game.