Jul 26 AT 11:33 AM Anthony Domanico 20 Comments

Top 10 app downloads of the week: Monday, July 26th, 2010

We’re back with our weekly top 10 app downloads of the week column. Hopefully this will be an opportunity for our readers to explore new apps that they may have never tried before. If you decided to try an app from this list, or already use an app on this list, tell us about it in the comments!

This week, we see some new entrants to the top 10 list, including one that came out of nowhere to take the #1 spot.

Your top 10 most downloaded applications for the week of July 26th, 2010:

10. Advanced Task Killer

Advanced Task Killer is a tool you can use to kill running processes and free precious memory on your Android phone.

9. SwiftKey Beta

SwiftKey Beta is a beta version of a popular keyboard replacement application. Check out our review here.

8. C-ThruFone

C-ThruFone is a wallpaper that makes your phone’s homescreen transparent.

7. RockPlayer

RockPlayer is a video player optimized for the Android platform (requires 1.6+)

6. nook for Android

Nook is Barnes and Noble’s eReader Android application. See our writeup of nook here.

5. Barcode Scanner

Barcode scanner is an application that allows users to scan barcodes and search for price/availability of particular items at many local stores. It also has a QR code reader.

4. My Paper Plane 2 Lite

My Paper Plane 2 Lite is a 3d paper plane game that allows users to fly a paper airplane through 16 different levels with tilt controls.

3. Launcher Pro

Launcher Pro is a home screen application drawer replacement app, featuring 7 home screens and a 2d or 3d app drawer.

2. AppBrain App Market

AppBrain is a front for the Android market that allows users to install Android apps to their phone right form their PCs.  


And the most downloaded Android application for the week of 7/26/2010 is….


1. Etherial Dialpad

Etherial Dialpad is an awesome music application that allows you to make the music as you go by dragging your finger around on the screen. Check out our review of Etherial Dialpad here.

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