• Top 5 Android Apps of 2013 to Enhance Your Android User-Experience

    Posted on May 31st, 2013 Polly | 99 comments

    Every day hundreds of apps are being developed for various functions. If you own an Android phone, you’re probably wondering which apps you should download and install on your cool android handset. To ease your selection we have listed top 5 best android apps for 2013 to greatly enhance your Android user-experience.

    Top 1. Splashtop Remote Desktop HD
    Splashtop Remote Desktop HD is an app that will bring your computer files to your Android device, which lets you access your computer from everywhere you can get an internet connection. You can get files from your computer including important files from PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and Outlook files. You can also play Facebook games like CityVille, Pet Society, Cafe World, FrontierVille, FarmVille and Mafia Wars. It’s the only application out there that shows the entire computer screen or partial version.

    Top 2. Photoshop Touch for Phone
    Photoshop Touch for Android phone will let you transform your images with all of the features packed into Adobe Photoshop. This version of mobile app is also very good for photo editing with advanced selections tools, adjustments and filters. You are able to combine layers, apply effects, drop shadows, fades, strokes and share images with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter with this app. This is the perfect app to make your best pictures.

    Top 3. Hike
    Hike is a communication apps developed by the bharti Softbank, which offers many commutation services for free like whatapps but different in some features, You can send message to your friend who have not installed hike. And other interesting fact is that it offers some reward points and gives balance with exchange of points. Interestingly now it is the No. 1 free app in India in the Apple iTunes Store and No. 2 free app globally in Google Play.


    Top 4. TuneWiki
    TuneWiki is a great winner in Android music-playing market. It’s rather over-complex, giving you the option of streaming in song lyrics and integrating itself with Twitter and Facebook . TuneWiki is the music player that lets you get lyrics instantly translated into 40+ languages. This music player has gone through major updates that includes a new Android 4.0 inspired design and greatly improved performance. People are able to ID songs pretty quick and it pulled up the lyrics right away. It’s definitely a unique experience for music fans and it’s free.


    Top 5. StatusAgenda
    StatusAgenda is a free app that creates a persistent list of upcoming events accessible from anywhere in the operating system. The app integrates with Google Calendar so there is nothing to set up. You can choose from either a larger or more compact layout, and the list of events can be collapsed with the regular gestures you use to open and close expandable notifications. On Android 4.0 the number of events StatusAgenda can display is fairly limited, starting with Android 4.1 you can “expand” StatusAgenda by swiping over it top to bottom using two fingers.


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