You just got your first Android phone or tablet and are now looking for some apps everyone must have. Or, you just got bored by all the old and want to test some new ones. One of the problems of having such an immense amount of apps in the market is that you aren’t able to find the ones that are worth a while. That’s where lists like this one come into play.
We have listed some of the best free apps you can find in the android market today. These apps will work on a tablet as well as any Android phone.
Google redefined the word search and with Google Sky Map it goes beyond the meaning of search. The Google Sky Map allows you to search the sky for stars, planets, constellations and you don’t have to move out to do that beacause the app uses you phone’s orientation tools.
Foursquare is the best app for travelers and businessmen. The app allows you to check in to places, discover tips about the places, helps you share your experience and same some money while you are at it.
With this app you can write new posts, edit content, and manage comments on your WordPress blog. The latest version offers full integration with the rest of the apps ,, quick action bar and a powerful editor to help you post on the go.
This is probably the coolest app for android. You can click anything and let Google do what it does best. The Google Goggles uses its image recognition technology when you click and return with relevant search results. It can Identify products, famous landmarks, storefronts, artwork, and popular images found online and it can be also used to translate languages.
Music lovers best friend Winamp is available for Android with all its superb features. Besides the usual features the Android Winamp also provides wireless desktop sync (Winamp Media Player required) and access to thousands of internet radio stations with SHOUTcast.
ChatOn is the best messenger service for Android that allows you to chat on and on with all other smart phone owners. The ChatOn helps you to express yourself with features like drawing, image sharing and much more.
The beautifully designed BBC app for Android helps you to stay in touch with the rest of the world and you can personalize your home screen by adding, removing and re-ordering news categories to suit your interests.
Evernote is a better version of Dropbox and helps you keep all the information from different devices at a single place so you can access them anytime you like. It helps you take notes, capture photos, create to-do lists, record voice reminders–and makes these notes completely searchable, whether you are at home, at work, or on the go.
This subscription based app allows you to stay updated with the latest songs, events and also lets you share your music taste by using GPS system. The app then automatically syncs some of this information to your calender.
The Google Maps android app is a smart Voice and visual navigation system that makes it possible to get you anywhere within time and impossible to get lost. You can also see where friends are and check into places.
Shareprice is a must have app for your Android phone if you are interested in share market. The Shareprice uses information from www.iii.co.uk to offer share prices so you can monitor, research and trade on the go. The app can also be placed as a home screen widget so you don’t miss an opportunity.
Skifta is ideal for music lovers who don’t like excessive congestion that usually happens due to wire systems in different audio devices. Skifta is DLNA Certified(R) software app that combines media shifting with DLNA/UPnP which finally enables you to play your digital music, photos and videos on connected devices anywhere without wires and downloads.