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List of open source Android applications

List of open source Android applications
This is an incomplete list of notable applications (apps) that run on the Android platform which meet guidelines for free software and open-source software. For a more extensive list of apps, see the External links section below. Communication[edit] Advertisement blocking[edit] Jump up ^ The API column is used to describe which versions of Android each individual application is compatible with. General communication[edit] Security / Privacy focused tools[edit] Web browsers[edit] Emulators[edit] Games[edit] General[edit] [edit] Reading[edit] Utilities[edit] Multimedia[edit] Security[edit] See also[edit] Notes[edit] ^ Jump up to: a b c d e f g h i j k The API column is used to describe which versions of Android each individual application is compatible with. References[edit] Jump up ^ Greenberg, Andy (2 November 2015). External links[edit] There are a number of third-party maintained lists of open-source Android applications, including: Frontend for F-Droid

Top 25 Android apps: The best of the best The Android Market may not have as many apps as the iPhone App Store yet, but there are still enough to be overwhelmed, and it's growing at a breakneck pace. To help you sort through them all, here's my list of the best apps I've found on Android. Again, remember that this is a snapshot in time. The best way to view my list of the top Android apps is in the screenshot gallery. The screenshots The list 1. Google Voice is a service that is so useful I consider it one of the top benefits of Android itself, especially since Apple rejected the Google Voice app for the iPhone. 2. One of the realities of having a multitasking mobile OS in Android is that you have to manage your apps so that they don't hurt performance or battery life. 3. Dropbox is a great cloud service that automatically syncs a folder of files between multiple computers (Windows, Mac, or Linux). 4. 5. For some reason Google doesn't have an official app (for either Android or iPhone) for Google Analytics. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

The 22 Best Android Apps - PCWorld Here are the top productivity tools, utilities, and games for smartphones based on Google's Android OS. If you're looking for multiplatform apps or titles exclusive to BlackBerry or iPhone, turn to the other articles in this package. Productivity Tools Check your head: In the Thinking Space "mind-mapping" app, you can create maps to connect thoughts and ideas. It's great for organizing and for forming new concepts. Manage your files: Astro File Manager makes your phone act as a miniature PC. Handle tasks wisely: The GTasks task manager syncs with the desktop Google Tasks, which you can also access in the Web version of Gmail and Google Calendar. Manage archives: The powerful AndroZip File Manager works with archives, including 7ZIPhone, BZIP2, GZIPhone, RAR, TAR, and ZIPhone files. Text with panache: Forget the stock SMS utility. Utilities Entertain a child: With Toddler Lock you can turn your phone into a toy that can keep your little one rapt for hours. Browsers Organizers and Timesavers

Top 20 Best Android Apps You Need To Get (That Aren’t Games) The Android Market has come a long way since its initial release a couple of years ago. With more than 80,000 apps, including MakeUseOf’s Android app, there’s something out there for everybody. Here at MUO, we’ve covered Android apps extensively. Just off the top of my head, we’ve written articles about apps for students, busy moms, runners, movie fans and even programmers. But, what are the best Android apps? In this article, I’m going to cover the top 20 best Android apps that aren’t games. Communication & Social Apps Since this is your phone we’re talking about, communication and social applications are probably a good place to start. 1. If you’re like most people, you spend more time on Facebook than any other website on the Internet. 2. With the Twitter app, you can do everything you can do online with Twitter. 3. Since both of these apps pretty much do the same thing, I decided to include them together. 4. Place calls and send text messages showing your Google number. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Best Android Apps Credit: While it seems like everyone and their mom owns an iPhone, the Android is intent on dethroning it. Google and Apple are locked in a death match, and the winners are the customers. Why? Because in the process, hundreds of great Apps have been produced. If you own an Android powered phone and are wondering what Apps you need to download, look no further. UPDATE: This post was originally written in 2010. Splashtop 2 Remote Desktop – This is a remote desktop app that lets you stream your whole PC or Mac screen to your Android Smartphone. Invoice2Go – Create and email invoices and estimates to customers from your mobile phone. Call Blocker – Block annoying phone calls and SMS messages with black list capabilities. CamCard – Scan business cards into your phone by taking a picture of them. TripLog – Do you need to track your mileage for tax purposes? Square Register — This app offers a simple solution for businesses wanting to accept credit and debit card payments.

Best Android Apps Review Pack for Android: Our List of the Best Android Apps SExpand The Android Market isn't always an easy place to get around. Our first edition of the Lifehacker Pack for Android rounds up essential Android apps—our personal favorites for productivity, multimedia, internet life, and just plain usefulness.P Lots of people are picking up new Android phones these days—nearly 200,000 per day, at last count. Google's default apps are pretty handy, but the Market has many great apps, most of them free. Here's a look at our favorite free and cheap Android apps.P We're using the great app search and sync service AppBrain to create a Lifehacker Pack for Android. Like our iPhone Pack, this list is no short grocery checklist. ProductivityP Astrid: Astrid is a simple to-do manager into which you simply start typing, add context if you want to, then save. Evernote: Evernote's universal note app on Android is not as elegant, fast, or intuitive as Evernote on iPhone. Internet/CommunicationP PDANet: Data tethering is built into the latest builds of Android.

android hacks Crafty Android Fan Replaces Range Rover NAV with Droid Incredible [VIDEO] Check out the ten-minute clip below which shows how cool Android can be once it starts arriving in cars. One of our readers passed along the following video where a Droid Incredible is used as a replacement for the OEM NAV that came with his Range Rover Sport. Using a GVIF cable, he was ... Read More Overclock Your Nexus One 1.113GHz So you’ve got the latest superphone from Google and for some strange reason, that 1GHz Snapdragon processor just isn’t fast enough. Simply Beautiful “Rosie” Android UI Surfaces [VIDEO] Forget cupcakes and donuts. This looks like a wedding cake. Android Phone Acts Like Wii Controller [VIDEO] Check out the video below for yet another glimpse into what happens when you mix Android’s capabilities with other technology… A guy going by the name of Jubei has found a way to link a Windows app to an Android handset by way of the compass and accelerometer. Dell Axim Running Android

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