Every week we cover new Android apps with Fresh Meat on Wednesday followed by Android Gaming on Thursday and Top 10 app updates on Friday. Now every Monday we will look back and see which ones were the most crowd-pleasing among our audience. Read on for the 10 most popular Android apps among your peers from last week.
I haven’t had a chance to try this app yet, but based on your feedback it’s a great little app to get a quick glimpse of various aspects of your device.
2. dialapp: context aware dialer
Dialapp brings a new approach to your standard dialer by predicting who you want to call based on location and other factors. It’s a unique approach to dialing, and it appears to intrigue many users.
3. Kitty Play
Homescreen customization is one of the great aspects of the Android ecosystem. Kitty Play understands this and provides you with a large number of themes and wallpapers to make your Android device uniquely yours.
Fonelink is a great way to send SMS messages from your phone using a PC. Simply install the client on your PC, and when your phone receives an SMS message, you can reply using your PC.
Spotlight aids you in finding the hottest games and apps available, including free apps and games. Don’t worry if you miss one of the daily free games or apps; Spotlight provides you access to these apps for 5 days after they are made available.
#Square is a great app to help “square up” your images. The application takes square images that are easily exported to Instagram and other services without the need to crop the image.
7. GO Weather EX
GO Weather EX is a well-done weather application with appealing visuals and many customization options available, including several widget sizes.
The Twilight app has appeared on our Top 10 list almost every week since its debut on our Top 10 New apps series. Be sure to check out this app if you find yourself having difficulty falling asleep.
GoBank is a new take on the traditional bank. You can signup for a bank account and manage it all from the GoBank application. Finding a nearby ATM should not be an issue;there are over 42,000 ATMs that are accessible free of charge.
10. Taskbar – Windows 8 Style
Taskbar – Windows 8 Style is still hanging around our Top 10. You can now have the familiar Windows Start button on your Android device.