Aug 02 AT 8:26 AM Anthony Domanico 23 Comments

Top 10 app downloads of the week: Monday, August 2nd, 2010

Another week, another shift in the weekly download charts. If you’ve tried any of the applications on this list, please share with other readers in the comments.

Your Top 10 Android Apps for the week for Monday, August 2nd 2010 are:

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. It has been in the #10 spot two weeks running.

9. Mobile Andrio

Mobile Androi is a Super Mario Brothers-like game for all Android versions. Comes in both free (ad-supported) and paid versions (approx $2.00).

8. Handcent SMS

Handcent SMS is a text-messaging application that features conversation view and allows users to customize their messaging notifications, application skins. See our full review here.

7. LauncherPro Beta

Launcher Pro is a home screen application drawer replacement app, featuring 7 home screens and a 2d or 3d app drawer. LauncherPro held down the #3 spot last week.

6. Smart Shortcuts

Smart shortcuts allows users to organize their applications, bookmarks, and contacts using tags to provide quick access to this information while de-cluttering their homescreen.

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. Camera 360

Camera 360 is a powerful picture suite that adds functionality lacking in the stock camera settings, such as LOMO, HDR, axis shift, draft, ghost, and more.

3. 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.


Well, three weeks in and we already have our first tie at the #1 spot. Here they are, your top two apps of the week:

1. Rockplayer

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

1. 3D Compass (AR Compass)

3D compass is an augmented-reality compass that places a compass over your camera so you can see the direction you’re facing in real-time.

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