Android Apps I Recommend

Apex Launcher  The stock launcher on most Android devices is functional but if you really want to customize use an alternate launcher like this one.

AppSales  This app has saved me a bunch of money.  As the name suggests it will tell you what apps are on sale.

Dropbox  This is a great (and probably the most dominant) cloud storage option.  One of it’s best features is you can set it to automatically upload the pictures you take to your account.

ES File Explorer  This is good file manager.

Flipboard  A magazine style way to connect to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and more.

Keep  Are you the type of person that likes sticky note reminders?  This is your app.

Mint  Great way to keep track of your finances.

Our Groceries  Keep a list of what you need sync’d between several phones.

PicSay  Makes editing pictures easy.

Pocket Casts  A great app for finding and listening to podcasts.

Swiftkey  Better than the stock keyboard.  Get the free month trial and see what I mean.

Tapatalk  Forums are fun and this app makes them easy.

Tasker  This app isn’t for those who give up easily.  It can be difficult to master but when you do you can use it to automate just about anything on your phone.

TV Listings  Need to know what’s on TV?  This app will tell you.

Unlock With Wifi  Having password protection on your phone is a must.  This app makes it so when you are using a trusted wifi connection you don’t have to enter your password.

3 thoughts on “Android Apps I Recommend”

    1. I’ve never had the chance to try it out on an iDevice so I’ll take your word for it. It is my keyboard of choice. I’m part of the SwiftKey beta program on Android. It’s fun to test out new features and see what works and what bugs they need to work out.

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