The year 2011 has been a great year for the Android market with a varied number of apps that have been developed and released on a daily basis. The apps not only make life much easier but also provide a whole lot of entertainment. The time for the Android Market to become a leader in mobile apps will definitely be sooner than later.
So what are the best Android apps of 2011? You do not have to rack your brain to find the best apps that are available for your Android phone. The list of apps provided below are extremely popular and easy to use. Some of them cost a few bucks while most of them are free. You can choose the app that best suits your needs and then download them.
- History Eraser Pro: This app is available for download at $ 1.49, but is a small price to pay for its varied functionalities. The app allows you clean up your Android phone of all the clutter that has camped on your phone. The user can choose and clear all the junk information from cached data, messages and browser history in a jiffy.
- Tiny Flashlight + LED: The app is free to download and turns your android phone into a powerful torch. The app can be used to increase the brightness of the screen or to light up the darkest of places while clicking pictures.
- Google Maps: This is another app that is freely available and one of the favorites among Android users. With the use of this app, one may no longer feel lost in unfamiliar surroundings as it can easily locate addresses.
- IMDb Movies & TV: This free app allows you to search for information about actors, movies, etc. at the click of a button. In addition, you can also search for movie listings at your local cinema as well as purchase tickets for a particular show.
- Catch: This app is a cloud-based service and is freely available. It is just like Evernote and allows you to save all types of data whether it be audio memos, photos or typed notes.
- Task List Pro – To-do List – Pro: The app is available for $1.99 and has some very interesting options as well as deep customization. You can make the app’s input gestures such as a right-left swipe to align with any function of your choice. In addition, the app also allows you to email all the tasks in a CSV format.
- Facebook for Android: It is free app and really reliable. You can scroll through the various updates, check photos and do a whole load of activities with this app.
- Google Voice: This is another freely downloadable app that can be an alternative to services provided by the traditional phone carrier. Its features include voicemail, text message and other wonderful options such as the ability to make international calls.
- Pandora internet radio: This app allows you stream music that is of good quality even on 3G signals. This app is free to download and one of most reliable and preferred music streaming apps among Android users.
- Minecraft – Pocket Edition: This game is one of the costlier apps at $6.99. However, the game is very addictive and appeals to both the systematic and creative parts of the brain. In the game, the players can build different structures using blocks.