Second part of Top Android Apps for Tablets and Phones. Today, more apps to enjoy your Android.
AppGarden Lite. A collection of useful utilities like dictionaries, sales tax calculator, body fat, waist to hip radio, holiday listings, mapping… easy to use. Very recommended.
avast! Mobile Security. This is a collection of security features like remote wipe, remote-lock, app management and many more. If you want your Android secure, don’t miss avast solution.
Auto Memory Manager. It provides memory information if you want to perform boost.
Maxthon Internet Browser. I know, yesterday we have recommended Dolphin Browser but… why don’t we give this Chinese invention a chance?
SwiftKey Keyboard. Tired of default Android keyboard? For $3.99 you can test it. Suggestions are great. Don’t want to pay? Another option is Swype Keyboard.
Tasker: For $2.99 you can buy Tasker, that lets you quicky program commands for your phone.
X-Plore. An easy way to manage your Android archives. Another good option is ES File Explorer
StumbleUpon: What is StumbleUpon? I have to say just that: you can spend hours and hours surfing on entertainment, information, fashion, food… Very recommended.
Dictionary.com: Its name talks for itself. Another option is Google Translate.
Duolingo: If you want to learn a language, Duolingo can help you. It’s free and easy.
IMDb Movies & TV. The most complete information about movies, actors and everything about cinema.
Google Books: Like reading? Google Books has thousands of new and classic titles.
Evernote: An easy way to take notes of your life. You can install it on your PC and the notes will be on your Android Tablet and Phones.
Don’t miss the first part of this article. Tomorrow… more! Thanks for coming, dear Yareah friends.