Sharing 8 Latest Android Applications in the First Half of 2011
By Shirley Shi
So far there are more than 150,000 existing Android applications available on the internet to download. Even though some apps are kind of useless, at least most of them are useful enough to provide us with unique features and good functionality.
Having wandered on to an Android apps website, I felt completely light-headed when I found so many apps there! No wonder Android is fast becoming the world’s most popular mobile phone OS.
So in order for you guys to avoid encountering problems in the app marketplace, I will share with you some of the great apps I’ve found in the marketplace:
Launched on June 28, 2011, Google+ recently joined the list of the many services which have migrated to mobile applications. The app you see above lets you do the same as what you do normally with your PC in terms of functionality, sending a stream, sharing a video or picture, creating a hangout group for chat and much more…
Basically it allows you to create, share, edit and upload docs from your android phone anytime anywhere!
It is the app for the world’s largest professional network, Linkedin. Install it and then you can search and contact professionals from all over the world and share them with your updated work profile.
You will never need a USB disk to store your resume anymore. Thanks to Pocket Resume, it helps you gain access to, create, keep and email your resume on your android phone whenever necessary.
With this app, you can view your friend’s blog posts without any trouble. Equally, you can also easily upload your blog post, pictures as well as videos online from your phone.
If you are looking for an app to Auto-Tune your voice and hear the T-Pain version, this brilliant MicDroid is just for you! Despite its strange appearance, you are able to reproduce the cool pitch correction effects you hear in music for yourself!
This is an app to check the departure and arrival time for worldwide flights by simply entering the flight’s number or route. Put it on the homepage of your mobile phone when you are about to take a business trip, it really helps.
8.Caller ID Plus
Last but not least, the Caller ID plus, one of the most fabulous apps in the world because it can automatically identify an unknown number and present you with the address information it finds. Therefore, you get a chance to preview the caller’s ID along with their details before answering a call.
All in all, I am sure that no matter where you are, you will definitely find an app that can meet your needs whenever it is necessary. These eight apps are just a small drop in the ocean of android apps. Sounds great, but what if these are not the apps you’ve been searching for? Good question, then a good starting point is https://market.android.com/