Free Android Apps for Tablets and Mobiles

By: Unknown, June 1, 2012

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Free Android Apps for Tablets and Mobiles
Android is one of the best operating systems used in most cellphones, tablets and mobile devices. Apps are the software designed to run on the operating systems. There are more than 400,000 Android apps that have been developed and are available to download from Google play. Not all the Apps are free. To help you in choosing the best and useful free apps, we have selected some of the best from different categories.

Skype allows you to make free Skype to Skype calls and call any phone number or landline number at the Skype rates on the move. With the latest version of Skype, you can share your moments by sharing photos and videos for free. This is available to Android 4.0 users.

Documents To Go
Documents To Go allows you to view MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint files on the go. Supported file formats include doc, docx, xls, ppt and pptx. It is available to iPhone, Blackberry, palm and Symbian S60.

EverNote helps you in remembering everything across all of the devices you use. You can save and share your ideas to improve productivity. It also allows you to create and edit text notes, task lists and to-dos.

Winamp is the most popular windows media player on Android. We can play, manage and synchronize from your PC to android device. This app seeks to provide a complete music experience on Android devices.

Fring app is a fantastic app which allows you to make group calls, video calls, and Group video chat. With this app you can also make free calls to other Fring users worldwide. Group video chat is possible with 4 friends at a time.

Flickr enables you to Share your life in photos. Take beautiful photos and upload them straight on to Flickr and share with your friends on Facebook, Twitter via email and more. It allows you to share your photos with only the people you want along with titles, descriptions, comments and tags with easy privacy settings.

Google Maps
The existence of Google Maps has brought on an impending extinction of paper maps. Whether you need directions to your destination or sense of where you are or want to find the coolest place to have a bite to eat, Android’s Google maps help you.

Along with these there are plenty of extensive apps that make your device more efficient and fun to use.

Author Bio: Gemma Jones is a Content writer and her interests are Technology, Phones, and Eco living, and Travel. Catch her @thetechlegend on Twitter

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