Before, we have featured here several killer apps for Android. Now that there are a growing number of third-party applications that are made for the Android platform, let's take a look at a few of them.
The following are some of the best Android apps that you can get or download for free:
One of my favorite iPhone apps has come to Android. Evernote is not your ordinary note-taking application as it will let you sync text, photos, audios, and files across different operating systems minus the hassles.
More about Evernote HERE
Fring is a must-have Instant Messaging (IM) app that you can use to chat with your whether they are on Yahoo Messenger, AIM, Google Talk, MSN Messenger, and other supported protocols.
More about Fring HERE
This app will turn your Android device into a remote control for your computer, which will allows you to run movies and music at a distance. It has all the standard remote control features such as play, pause, rewind, volume controls, and more. Gmote also has a built-in file browser that lets you choose what to play.
More about Gmote HERE
A smartphone is not complete without a Facebook app. The Facebook-sponsored application offers a lot of features. You can do almost everything on the Android app that's possible on the full version of the site. What's cool is that you can even add a notification widget to your home screen.
More about Facebook App HERE
Pandora brings to the table an internet radio app for the Android platform. You can pick your very own music stream: Just start with the name of one of your favorite artists, songs or classical composers and Pandora will create a "station" that plays their music and more music like it.
More about Pandora App HERE
Twidroid is considered by many as the best Twitter client for Android. It comes in two versions: The "Free" and the "Pro" version. I think the free version has all the necessary features that the pro has that there's really no need for you to upgrade.
More about Twidroid App HERE
Unlike the iPhone, Android doesn't have an official Wikipedia app yet. However, there's Wapedia, an application that will let you quickly access Wikipedia and its content with its clean and intuitive interface.
More about Wapedia HERE
Astro is a multi-featured file manager that can read images, zip, and tgz files. It can send files as attachments and it also has a search feature. Astro also serves as a task manager that will let you kill those useless background processes.
More about Astro HERE
Documents To Go
With Documents To Go, you can view, edit and create Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files as well as view Adobe PDF files on your Android-powered device. This is really an essential app for people who are always on the go.
More about Documents To Go HERE
If you need a voice recorder app for your Android phone, get Voice Recorder; simple as that. With this app, you can send the audio data as attached file via Gmail. You can also set recordings as ringtones.
More about Voice Recorder HERE
If you have other favorite free Android applications, you can share them with us via comment.