Must Have Android Apps

Jacob S Paulsen

I believe that mobile technology is at the heart of freedom. I believe that your phone is a tool of production and that the key to unlocking a new age of productivity and effectiveness is leveraging correctly the tool you take everywhere.

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4 Responses

  1. Keef says:

    Funny because that is my list too.

  2. Jack says:

    I would agree with every app but one. That would be the task killer. I do have one installed however, it’s only to kill apps that are acting up. They have been proven to be more of a drain on battery and not needed to save it. Given that you said potentially save battery life it seems you too are skeptical that they save any battery life at all. Other than that, each one of those apps are a must. I would go on to add apps such as:

    – K-9 email that allows exchange, and other options the generic email client doesn’t,

    – A browser such as Dolphin or Opera that allows tabs and more functionality such as desktop web browsing over just a mobile experience,

    – A file explorer such as ES File Explorer or Astro File manager,

    – Possibly a good weather app such as Elecont Weather, or Accuweather,

    Other things too such as a tethering program, or document editor to name a few.

    • Jacob S Paulsen says:

      Jack, Indeed I am skeptical but it does come in handy when things start to lag a little or as you said something acts up. Thanks for the tip on K-9, I’ve never used it. Astro is a little heavy for me but I agree a file manager is a must for most people. I recently reviewed Elecont and I agree that its the best!

      Thanks for the thoughtful comment!

      • Jack says:

        I read the review of Elecont weather actually and because of it I went and downloaded it. It’s now my weather app of choice. 🙂