• Top 6 video editing apps for Android, iPhone, iPad for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays

    Posted on November 1st, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Along with the approaching of winter, the annual hot holidays will gradually appear to make people amused, like the just past Halloween, the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. There’s no doubt that in such wonderful holidays people would not miss the opportunities to take wonderful video clips to record beautiful and happy memories. With the videos recorded, we could review and re-experience the happy hours of these holidays in the future and share such happiness with workmates, friends, classmates, etc. We could even upload these videos to online video sharing sites for sharing. Of course, sometimes adding some customization work to these videos would make them more enjoyable. So, today, I would like to introduce some top 6 video editing tools for Android, iPhone and iPad users to edit their Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday videos. Well, check the following wonderful tools to get the one that meet your own needs:

    professional video editing

    If all you need to do is some simple cropping, VidTrim should do the trick. Once you are done trimming a video, it can be shared directly from the app. The paid version of VidTrim removes the ads and allows saving individual frames as still images. Available only for Android.

    Magisto is an intelligent video editor that stitches clips together, adds fancy transitions, and lets you spice things up with an audio track of your own. The editing process is automated for your convenience. Available for Android and iPhone.

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    Leawo Video Editor is a professional video editing program that could even match Windows Movie Maker, but providing more practical functions. It provides gorgeous transitions, various effects, customized titles, etc. All audio and video tracks and titles edited in Timeline make it more vivid for editing. For Android, iPhone and iPad.

    Designed by Apple, iMovie is a good try for iPhone and iPad users might to make pretty movies in HD without much effort. iMovie comes with 8 pre-loaded themes, each with its own set of titles, transitions, and music. Available for iPhone and iPad.

    Another video editing program for iPhone and iPad users is Cinefy, which features with a focus on special effects. There are over 100 of them pre-loaded, and additional ones like titles, overlays, and sounds can be downloaded. For iPhone and iPad.

    AndroMedia Video Editor
    AndroMedia is a video editor with a little more manual controls that can trim and put videos together, add transitions to them for both the audio and video clips, spice things up with overlay title effects, and then export the final product in a desired video format. Available for only Android.

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  • Top 8 Best Twitter Apps for iPhone and iPad Users to Enjoy More with Twitter

    Posted on September 17th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    TwitterJust like Facebook and Google+, Twitter has also become the newest and one of the most popular real-time broadcast platforms for people around the world to communicate and share latest news with each other. The Twitter could enable you to keep up to date with events and friends even you’re on the go, just like with your iPhone or iPad. However, we all know that the official Twitter app isn’t necessarily to provide you the ultra-excellent user experience to full make use of Twitter.

    Different people focus on different functions of Twitter, thus to satisfy people, there have been quite a lot of different Twitter apps to help people interact with community. These Twitter apps provide focuses on different parts of the platform, like events, locations, multimedia, task managing lists upon personal interests, etc. Here I would like to list some top 8 best Twitter apps for iPhone and iPad users to help them enjoy more from Twitter.

    Tweetbot for iPhone: Tweetbot tends to be considered the best of the best. It comes with very user friendly UI design which makes it quite easy to use for even newcomers, with tons of great options for power users to dig into the lists or easily find topics and hashtag trends. Tweetbot excels in the UI and navigation where it employs gestures to expand tweets into conversations, and you can set custom gestures upon your personal interest.

    Tweetbot for iPad: Just like the Tweetbo for iPhone app, the Tweetbot for iPad performs exactly the same for you, but you’ll have to pay $2.99 for each rather than a one-time cost for a universal app.

    TweetCaster for iPhone: Though TweetCaster is considered one of the best Twitter clients around, it has nothing especially advantageous. It has all of the features you would expect from a Twitter client, but without the real power-user options. It has features including: an option to easily hide tweets and users, SmartLists feature to allow you easily organize the accounts you follow into lists, etc.

    TweetCaster for iPad: TweetCaster has a free version and a Pro version at $4.99. You only need to pay once for the TweetCaster app and then you can use it on both your iPhone and iPad because the app is universal.

    Twitbird for iPhone: Twitbird is a great option for those who like to customize their Twitter experience. It enables people to customize homescreen at will with 4 different themes to choose from, and set a custom background image to really make the app more cohesive.

    Twitter for iPhone & iPad

    Twitbird for iPad: The universal Twitbird comes in 3 different flavors: the ad-supported Twitbird Free only allows a maximum of two accounts; the $1.99 Twitbird Premium removes the ads but remains the limit of two accounts, while the $2.99 Twitbird Pro is is also ad-free, but raises the maximum to16 accounts.

    Tweetlogix: Tweetlogix gets a nod both because it is the cheapest option at just $1.99 for a universal app, but also because of the power of local results and filters. Tweetlogix makes it easy to find nearby tweets with a full map view. And, the filtering options are top notch. Not only can you mute individual tweets, or users, but you can mute all activity from a specific Twitter client as well, so if you don’t want to see any more tweets that have been forwarded from Facebook, you don’t have to.

    Twitterific for iPad: The universal Twitterific includes free version which is ad-supported by default and Pro version at $4.99 which removes the ads and allows multiple accounts. The Pro upgrade is only available as an in-app purchase.

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  • Top 6 Most Popular Smartphones with Longest Battery Usage

    Posted on September 6th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    For a long time ago, I wrote a post about how to save and prolong iPhone 4 battery life to maximize phone use which suggested some wonderful tips to tell you how to make full use of your iPhone 4 battery. Today, I would like to show some wonderful and popular smartphones that indeed come with outstanding battery life.

    We can make a very vivid metaphor by considering smartphones as Swiss Army Knives. A smartphone is not only a cell phone simply. It is also a music and video player, mobile web browser, personal organizer, even gamer for users. A smartphone would no doubt improve your digital life and bring more fun to you. However, we know that all these entertainment in fact are based on the fact that your smartphone is powered, which means you don’t run out your phone battery. For smartphones, we all know that the battery life has always been the biggest disadvantages for all smartphones. The phone battery decides how much you can enjoy. So, today, I would like to introduce some wonderful smartphones which could provide satisfactory battery usage for you.

    Motorola Droid Razr Maxx

    Motorola Droid Razr MaxxEquipped with a massive 3,300mAh battery, the Motorola Razr Maxx lasted an incredible 15 hours and 16 minutes on our official video playback test. Despite a beefed-up battery, the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx has a slim, attractive, and durable design with the same gorgeous display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, and fast Verizon 4G/LTE data speeds as its predecessor. It retains powerful multimedia chops and tight security features.

    HTC Evo 4G LTE

    HTC Evo 4G LTELasting a long 10 hours and 13 minutes before finally calling it quits, the HTC Evo 4G LTE has the power and stamina to be a worthy successor to Sprint’s Evo family. Powerful parts, a lovely screen, stunning design, and an excellent camera help the Evo 4G LTE restoke the fires of the Evo faithful.

    Samsung Galaxy S III

    Samsung Galaxy S IIIBy testing, the powerful smartphone ran for 9 hours and 24 minutes before shutting down. Aside from that, the Samsung Galaxy S III (S3) comes fully loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 4G LTE capability, a zippy dual-core processor, and a strong 8-megapixel camera. S Beam is an excellent software enhancement, and the handset’s price is right. You can add long battery life to the Samsung’s Galaxy S III’s already outrageous list of features.

    Motorola Droid 4

    Motorola Droid 4With a long run time of 9 hours and 5 minutes, a sweet physical keyboard, and Verizon 4G LTE, the Motorola Droid 4 is one seriously productive Android. Motorola’s Droid 4 shows that a dual-core, 4G LTE Android slider phone with a QWERTY keyboard is possible. With fast data speeds and a great typing experience, the phone also serves up pleasing call quality over Verizon’s network.

    Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE

    Motorola Photon Q 4G LTEMotorola Photon Q 4G LTE also ran for a healthy 8 hours and 6 minutes on test until the battery was out. The Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE brings a fast processor, a superb keyboard, Android 4.0, and a bright, colorful screen.

    Sony Xperia Ion

    Sony Xperia IonSony’s Xperia Ion may not be the world’s fastest smartphone, but it does have solid battery life. The handset hung on for 7 hours and 57 minutes before expiring. Also, the affordable (only $99.99) Sony Xperia Ion has solid call quality and swift 4G LTE that ties into Sony’s vast entertainment empire.

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  • Top 10 Best New and Free Apps for iPhone, iPad and Android Devices in August

    Posted on September 4th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Well, August has been living and left people around the world a lot of things to enjoy. However, with August flowing by, we could say that things are just starting to heat up for the mobile industry, as tons of new announcements and events are scheduled for the coming weeks and months, just like the very near September 5th Nokia and Microsoft Windows 8 event, and the September 12th Apple iPhone event. We could say that the September is not any less exciting than August. We could expect a lot of things this month. In the meantime, app developers also churned out some amazing and free apps for Android and iOS in August. So many actually, that you’d have to spend a lot of time in app catalogs finding all the gems there.

    From the market share of mobile phone industry, we could easily see that Android and iOS continue dominating the mobile platform landscape and with little Windows Phone releases we’ve left Microsoft’s platform on the bench for this edition. Right now, let’s focus on the best and free apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices here. The below content would show you what all these wonderful free apps are and how to get them.

    Android and iOSSlices: Slices is a free app for Twitter with its brilliant design and a deeper take on Twitter, slicing it in categories so you can follow live events and the news as they happen on the microblogging service.
    For iOS
    For Android

    Prismatic: Prismatic is one of the best looking apps for staying up to date with your Facebook, Twitter and Google newsfeed, bringing a visual and simple layout.
    For iOS

    WebMD Baby: WebMD Baby is an app for your baby, covering a wide range of parenting topics and answers on a ton of baby sitting questions to bring you a piece of mind, especially in those stressful first few months and years.
    WebMD Baby for iPhone, iPad
    WebMD Baby on Android

    Food Network: As the name shows, this app is about food. It will make your searching much, much easier. All restaurants recommended by the Food Network mean something to your stomach.
    Download Food Network for iOS

    Haiku Deck: Haiku Deck is a great tool to help you create beautiful presentations on the go with your iOS device. It provides a bunch of refined templates and themes, tons of Creative Commons-licensed pictures and allows you to import pictures from online services like Flickr and Picasa. For back-to-school students, this is absolutely a must have free app.
    Download Haiku Dock for iPhone, iPad

    Learnist: Learnist allows you to fully explore and learn about a topic via web. If Wikipedia isn’t enough, Learnist seems like the perfect back-to-school app.
    Download Learnist for iPhone, iPad
    Android VS. iOSScope: Scope integrates your online identities into one place you can easily check – Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, it’s all inside Scope.
    Download Scope on Android

    Gallery Lock: If you want to keep your private photo or albums safe, Gallery Lock is your choice. This free app locks your private photos or albums from other people who want to view pictures on your phone.
    Download Gallery Lock for Android

    Current Caller ID:Current Caller ID not only shows you the name of who’s calling, but also his latest Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn updates straight on that call screen.
    Download Current Caller ID

    Pinterest: Pinterest is one app that probably doesn’t need any introduction, but still – it’s a social network where people share images of the things they like, desire, crave. It stands out from the rest similar blogging sites like Tumblr with its unique multi-row layout (the phone app has two) allowing you to browse through tons of stuff quicker.
    Download Pinterest on Android

    Remind you again, all these apps are for free, which means that you can get all these apps from store with no cost. Enjoy yourself.

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  • Top 6 Best Calendar Apps for Android Mobile Phones on Google Play

    Posted on August 20th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    We all know that when we get a new smartphone, there would be a built-in calendar inside the new smartphone. The versatile and powerful Calendar app in your smartphone is a very practical time organizer to help you arrange your time well and effective. A calendar could map things to the real world and never forgets to remind you about important events, just like your parents’ birthdays or other important ones. Quite usually, the pre-installed calendar would be enough, be it an iPhone, Android or Windows Phone you’re applying. But if you really want to make full use of your time and improve your productivity to the next level, you will need to use some advanced calendar apps to help you do so. That is the concern of today’s post.

    Currently, there’re so many wonderful calendar apps in the market for Android phones, iPhones, Windows phones and other phones you can choose. A good calendar could replace a lot of other applications. For example, if you want to track when you have to take the pills, a calendar would be helpful. When you are trying to remember a workout, still a calendar could help you. In case of forgetting your parents’ birthdays, once again a simple calendar would be great help.

    calendarsWell, the following calendars are commonly recognized as the best apps all from Google Play for Android mobile phone users to use. Check the following ones to get the one that meet you most.

    Business Calendar: Business Calendar comes with a great and smooth interface for you to pinch to zoom in and out. It comes along with various great and informative widgets. It can sync with online calendars like Google. The list of advanced functions starts with searching for events, a one-tap access to calendars and tons of options for recurring events. The paid version adds drag and drop to copy events, linking contacts to events, changing font sizes and have specific calendars for widgets. On the downside, it does not support task lists and does not integrate great with Google Maps. $5.75

    aCalendar: aCalendar is a great free calendar application that shines with its great and unique weekly view of events. Flipping right and left takes you in monthly and daily views, but the huge tiles for the weekly view is the favorite, and the widget is also great. Unfortunately, this app is lack of integration with Google Maps.

    Jorte: The free Jorte is another close runner-up with an almost equally simplistic and practical design. Its biggest advantage is the support for to-do lists and integration with Google Maps.

    TouchCalendar: TouchCalendar brings an easy to use touch interface like Business Calendar – you can pinch to zoom in and out to view events. Its biggest focus is the interface but it doesn’t lack in essential features either.

    CalenGoo: With support for both tasks and calendar, CalenGoo is another brilliant calendar application with a simple intuitive interface. Additionally, it is packing quite a punch when it comes to configuring repetitive events – you can schedule things to repeat in all sorts of ways.

    Never Be Late: Not exactly a calendar application, this app works with your calendar, GPS and map to remind you that it’s time to go if you don’t want to miss an event. It calculates the time it takes to go to a place in the background and notifies you in time to go, so you are never late, just indicated by its name.

    Any calenders you want? Or do you have any better recommendations? Share your opinion with us in the comment part freely.

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  • Top 10 Funniest and Best Apps for iPhone and iPod Touch of 2012

    Posted on July 31st, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    The long anticipated next Apple iPhone, maybe named as iPhone 5, has been confirmed to be released this fall, mostly at the September 12th event as reported recently. Even though the detailed features of the next Apple iPhone have not been unveiled, upon the iPhone 4S, we can get a lot of apps to add fun to our iPhone. In this post, I would like to share some funny and wonderful apps for iPhone and iPod Touch which are emerged this year so far. These apps could include ones for killing time, image and video editing apps, email tools, user interface optimizing apps, and utilities that could speed up common iPhone tasks to improve your iPhone and iPod performance. With the help of these practical apps, you could get a more productive iPhone or iPod Touch. Some of these apps could be installed directly on your iPhone, while still some other apps need to be installed on your computer as assistant.

    iPhone AppsSparrow: If you need a gesture based email client to replace your Mail app, Sparrow would be your right choice. You only need to have a Gmail, Google Apps or IMAP account. This app enables you to pull down the inbox list to refresh your inbox and also you can swipe across a message to reply, archive and delete emails. This app has full support for Gmail’s archive, labels, and priority inbox features. $2.99

    Clear: Clear makes use of gestures in a very Apple-esque way to manage your task list. List items are displayed in a heatmap by priority and you create new items by pinching items apart, dragging from the top of the list or tapping at the bottom. To mark items as done you just swipe left or right. Clear is very intuitive with no buttons or switches to act as a simple task manager without advanced features like setting time or location-based alerts. $2.99

    Draw Something: Draw Something is a funny app to help you kill time with your friends or family. You challenge your friends to guess the word you are drawing and you get game currency for each guess, depending on the word difficulty. Starting with simple sketches, you can get more colors and drawing tools for your Draw Something masterpiece as you own more coins. Free

    iPhoto: If you need a photo editing tool on your iPhone, you can refer to iPhoto for iPhone. iPhoto is packed with effects, filters and adjustments for your photos. The app organizes your mobile photo library and integrates with Facebook, Twitter and Flickr. You can also send photos wirelessly to other iOS devices running iPhoto in the foreground with the wireless beaming feature enabled. $4.99

    SloPro: Strictly, this app is a video recording and editing tool. SloPro is a perfect video shooting app to help you take 60fps slow-motion video in 720p HD with your iPhone 4S only. The built-in editor allows you to select in an out points where the video will be slowed down. It’s free to get this app, but the recorded and edited videos would be covered with watermark. You can spend $1.99 to update it to remove the watermark and export results to the camera roll or iTunes.

    Video Editor: This app is useful for you to edit images and videos on your computer and then transfer the edited videos to your iPhone or iPod Touch freely. It provides different effects, transitions and titles, as well as other editing features for you.

    Frameographer: Also as a video editing tool, Frameographer helps you create stop motion and time-lapse videos in a simple and straight-forward way. Since staging such videos can be time-consuming, the app lets you stop a project and resume it at a later time. You can easily delete unwanted frames and change the frames per second. But this app is very power consumptive. $2.99

    The Daily for iPhone: As a popular app on iPad, the iPad-only newspaper The Daily has also transitioned to the iPhone this year. It’s a separate, less expensive to subscribe version of The Daily, which is free of charge if you already subscribe to the iPad version. The layout is like a mix of Facebook and Sparrow, and unlike the tablet version, you also get a selection of free ad-supported stories every day. What’s more, it’s free.

    FreezePaint: A quite fun and unique app to merge parts of a photo with another. You can freely create images you like with pictures you have. You simply take a photo, swipe your finger on the part of the picture you want to keep and then take another picture with the chosen frozen parts overlaid. Free

    iTranslate Voice: iTranslate Voice is a translation app on your iPhone, looks a bit like Siri. You can choose the target language through flags provided, press the flag button and speak what you want to be translated. The app gives fairly accurate results. For accurate translation, it’s better for you to say simple sentences. You can also type text to translate. There’re 30 languages are included. Make sure you have connected to the internet. $0.99

    Well, how do you think of these apps? Quite useful and practical, right? If you have some other better advices, feel free to share with us here in the comment part.

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  • Top 8 Free and Greatest Travelling Smartpyhone Apps for Android and iOS Users

    Posted on July 26th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Well, the summer holiday has been going on for a long time. In holidays, most students would try to take a travel to take a release from the long term of nervous study. Summer is also a wonderful season for other people to take a tour. Go to the village for a short term trip to be closer to the nature, go for an exciting adventure, take a foreign travel, etc. all these could make your holidays more enjoyable. When we talk about holiday and travels, we often think of the beautiful landscapes and happy moments, but rarely think of how to use some wonderful tools to make our traveling more perfect. This post is about smartphone apps that could help you make your vacation better, no matter you’re at home or abroad. These apps could help you book plane tickets, reserve a place to stay, find your way around town, figure out where the best coffee is, and more. Check the following 10 travel apps to get a smooth out preparations for your next trip.

    Summer VacationHipMunk: HipMunk is a free booking app to present flights on a matrix and allows users to sort results by price, departure/arrival, and “Agony”–looking not just at quantity, but quality of flights. In addition, HipMunk lives up to its name by showing neat tips and quotes while you wait for your results. For Android/iOS.

    Triposo: Triposo is also a free app to offer essentially the same features as Lonely Planet offline travel guide apps. With a long list of destinations, Triposo guides provide detailed maps, history, culture, and phrasebooks in addition to the usual assortment of things to do and places to stay. Users can also download additional city and country guides directly from within the app. For Andriod/iOS.

    Trip Color: Trip Color is a free photo-based travel blog and social network that allows travelers to easily share pictures and maps of destinations. Trip Color can even create and mail post cards based on your pictures. For iOS only.

    TripIt: TripIt can automatically scan your email inbox for confirmations, reservations, and frequent flyer points, and then bring all your trip details into one itinerary. It will even sync up with your calendar, and notify friends and family. If you’re not too keen on letting TripIt rummage through your mail account, you can just forward all relevant trip messages to a TripIt email address for the same results. TripIt is free for Android and iOS.

    Hotel Tonight: Booking a hotel is always a big thing in trip, either for business or personal affairs. Hotel Tonight is a free last-minute hotel booking app to land you a great deal on a…hotel tonight. You can book a room as late as 2 a.m. on the night of your stay. Check out new deals by city each day starting at noon local time. For Andriod/iOS.

    CouchSurfing: Want a place to stay just about anywhere around the world, without paying a cent? CouchSurfing hooks you up with people who are willing to provide their couch/bed/room free of charge. It’s a social network to meet people and make friends in unfamiliar cities and countries, which is great if you happen to be backpacking by yourself. The app is free, but CouchSurfing does require a $25 bank transaction to make sure you’re a real person, with a bank account. For Andriod/iOS.

    Viator: Whether it’s hang-gliding in Bogota, or biking through Paris, Viator lets you view and book over 10,000 tours and activities in over 800 destinations around the world. The best part is, it guarantees the lowest price, so you don’t have to worry about overpaying by booking before you arrive. For some reason, Viator still doesn’t have a native Android app, but its mobile site offers the same service with a slightly different user interface. The app is free. For iOS.

    Hostelworld: If you’re looking to save some money on accommodations, hostels can be a great alternative to hotels–provided you don’t mind sleeping in a dorm. The free Hostelworld.com app gives you access to over 25,000 hostels around the world. You can view hostels, read reviews, get directions, and make reservations with the app. For Andriod/iOS.

    The above 8 free Android and iOS smartphone apps would surely help you enjoy more holiday trips more. Well, if you want to share your holiday traveling videos and pictures with your friends or online, one more highly recommended tool for you – video converter. Why? We know the videos recorded by our camera during the vacation are mostly not supported to be uploaded to video sharing sites or your Blog. You have to convert the videos you record to other formats that are compatible with the internet. In such case, a video converting tool would be of great help.

    Have a wonderful and happy vacation. For more suggestions and solutions, just leave your questions in the comment part.

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  • Top 10 best free apps for Android OS smartphone owners

    Posted on June 13th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Beyond all doubt, Android OS smartphones have grown to be the dangerous rival of Apple iPhone, while the former even seems to be more competitive due to its a large number of smartphone manufacturers and more brands. There’re so many phone manufacturers who adopts Android OS in their smartphones. However, owning an Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone doesn’t mean you can full enjoy the profit it could bring to you. A single Android OS could do rare things for you, but with abundant of apps, your Android smartphone would be a great tool for entertainment and work. That’s what I’m going to talk about – apps for Android. Today, I would like to recommend Top 10 best free apps for Android OS smartphones owners. I would like to make them short and brief. Check the followings:

    Top 10 Best Free Android smartphone apps

    1. Facebook for Android
    Free download Facebook, install phone Facebook on your Android smartphone to stay in touch with your friends and share pictures as you like. If you’re a hard Facebook user, this app is right what you need.

    2. Skype Free instant messaging and video chatting
    Skype is another must have app for Android devices. By free downloading, it could realize video chatting while walking. It is free to have video chat via Skype between two Skype users, no matter the other one is holding an iPhone, Mac or PC device.

    3. AVG Mobilation
    AVG Mobilation is a free smartphone security solution app. It could protect your data and privacy for both smartphones and tablets. It provides real-time protection for smartphones from virus, malware, spyware and threatens from real-time online development. If you lose your smartphone, AVG antivirus could even help you lock your device in long distance and position your device via Google map. Free download AVG Mobilation.

    4. WhatsApp Messenger
    WhatsApp Messenger is communication software applicable to multiple platforms, including iOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone, etc. Via 3G network or WiFi, it could realize online chatting with your family or friends, messaging, photo sharing, audio note, etc. It’s free for the first year, although, the $0.99 per year charge is still a good deal for you. Free download WhatsApp Messenger.

    5. Voice search
    Voice search is an app to make your smartphone smarter. It could operate according to your oral orders, no time wasted on typing text. It could help you realize local searching, online searching, call contacts, etc. Free download Voice search.

    6. Photo Warp
    Well, you can freely edit videos and pictures on computer, but how about editing pictures on phones? Photo Warp is a funny picture editing app for you. You can create your own pictures, making yourself fat, slim or twisty via this app. Free download Photo Warp.

    7. Angry Birds
    No need to introduce this, right? As the most popular game app, Angry Birds has millions of players. Free download Angry Birds game.

    8. IBN-Live for Android
    IBN-Live for Android is real-time update information app from Indian. It could provide the latest top news and complete report. Meanwhile, users could watch TV live programs CNN-IBN (English), IBN7 (Indian) and Lokmat (Marathti). Free download IBN-Live for Android.

    9. YouTube
    YouTube could produce better video enjoyment for Android device owners. You can download YouTube and convert YouTube to video compatible with your smartphone. However, the latest YouTube version supports webpage playback in brand new UI and personalized desktop video abstract. Free download YouTube.

    10. Google Maps
    When you are heading to a place you’ve never been to, Google Maps would be a great helper. It provides the best experience among various map apps. You can get navigation by oral orders. It provides real-time traffic information to help you avoid crowding, and many other useful functions. Free download Google Maps.

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