Top Android Apps
Crowd sourced list of apps recommended for the Android phone.
Turn-by-turn navigation and more. Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps
Dropbox is the easiest way to store, sync, and, share files online. There's no complicated interface to learn. Dropbox works seamlessly with your operating system and automatically makes sure your files are up-to-date. Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
and it syncs with RememberTheMilk! Astrid is a todo list / task tracking system for Google's Android platform built with your productivity in mind. Astrid's goal is to be simple to use with the features you need to stay productive and get things done.
One of the best apps and integrations to come to your phone. Exclusive on the andriod for now and give you true number portability.
Find the name and other info of songs you hear on the radio and in other places.
Scan barcodes on CDs, books, and other products, then look up prices and reviews, or search for a word in a book and find where it occurs. You can also scan QR Codes containing URLs, contact info, calendar events, etc.
View the night sky; identify constellations & plans.
Access your Google docs files on the go.
ASTRO File Manager helps turns your phone from a toy to a tool.
AppBrain makes it much easier to pick and install apps from the web. Also it's really cool to share the list of apps I have installed with friends over twitter.
The Gist Android App is here! You can now see complete business profiles for your contacts including updates from social networks like Facebook and Twitter, mentions in the news, and email correspondence across inboxes.
Presented in context around an upcoming meeting or recent status update, Gist puts the most important information about important contacts at your fingertips.
Easy to create mobile service reviews. Supports foursquare checkins. As you rate service it changes your tip. Share your service reviews with your friends on your twitter feed, find places that have good service. Free on Android Market.
Really fast home screen replacement. Supports up to 7 screens, customizable icon dock at bottom.
It took me a while before i installed this one, but im not regretting it. It copies the iPhone style of SMS 'chat' and includes neat popups so you don't need to switch apps when a txt comes in. Brilliant!
Springpad makes it easy to save notes, products and places you want to remember
Use your camera. Aim it at objects and Google will try to find you more information about that object.
Foursquare is how you let your friends know your location. Plus you get lots of offers that can save you money and tips show you more about the location you're in.
Aldiko is an ebook reader, works brilliantly and reads a few formats (though epub is best)
Pandora lets you listen to free music.
Evernote for Android lets you capture your ideas, experiences, and inspirations as the happen, wherever you find yourself. Then easily search and find all your notes, even those created using Evernote on your desktop.
Seesmic is my favorite way to read Twitter.
My Tracks is an application for your AndroidTM phone that enables you to record GPS tracks and view live statistics – such as time, speed, distance, and elevation – while hiking, biking, running or participating in other outdoor activities. Once recorded, you can share your tracks, upload them to Google Spreadsheets and visualize them on Google My Maps.
Capture what matters with 3banana. Notes, ideas, addresses, photos, geotags, - almost everything! Access them on the web. Open intent into 3banana allows other Android apps to use 3banana notes for capturing.
Currently closed Beta, but revolutionizes input on Android by allowing users to trace out their words on a keyboard instead of typing letter-by-letter. Very fast.
Very solid weather app; can put the current temp in your notification bar and has a variety of different-sized widgets.