This article represents a second part on the matter, i.e. – how to make a app for free and review some of the best Android applications for mobile devices.
Outlook–it comes as collaboration from Microsoft and SEVEN, offering an official Hotmail application – Android wise. It possesses clean and futuristically-simple interface with the option to control multiple accounts from inside the app. From its inception, the app saw some changes, and today it is ‘refurbished’ to Outlook app.
Layar–everyone loves Layar for the beautiful design and looks of the app, as well as its usefulness to users. The app went commercial by adding an online shop and offering travel guides, local apps and many other options to users. Of course, there’s the free option which allows using global locations via the app’s many Layers.
Google Goggles–with Google Goggles, users can take pictures, send them to one of Google’s analyzing algorithms and wait patiently for the results to come up. The following page received shows results of what Google thinks you may (or may not) have been looking unto. But, fun facts claim that the usage of this app slowly transcends toward QR code readings, which negates (or puts into stasis) the initial thoughts.
Samsung ChatOn – what separates this writing app from the rest of the bunch is the option of multi-platform usage and the ability of older phone models (non-smartphone) to appreciate the instant messaging software. How to make a app for free or not, Samsung’s chatter can please even the toughest demanding shells out there. And by shells, we mean stubborn humans – not sea-life.
Swype–just like in Hearthstone, the spell ‘swipe’ here is used as a term describing swiftness, quickness and ‘easy-as-a-feather’ type of thing. This app is all about typing with drawing lines, and with practice, one can be sure to overcome his granddad habits of typing 3 words per minute (ona regular keyboard, that is).
Evernote–it lets you keep everything in one place: regardless of it being information, business plan or something else entirely (fridge buying list, for example). How to make a app for free has never been easier – not only it organizes your life, Evernote can sync all valuable information and make it available for access via your desktop (or any other) computer.
Flickr–it has filters, a capturing option and an upload option. Everything else is redundant.
Last.fm–the thing here is, it’s all subscription based, therefore you have to make a purchase or rather, subscript to Last.fm’s services. It is the most popular radio streaming software and allows enjoyment for smartphone users with the sound of their favorite music.
Dropbox–enables syncing everything with anything, with the slight exception of the files – they have to be downloaded exclusively into the phone memory in order the same to be further manipulated (reluctantly). But, it still remains one of the best syncing apps on the mobile marketplace, and you can try it too.
Meebo IM–personally, the writer of this article was first introduced to Meebo while studying C++ programming, on one of the capital’s universities. Since then, Meebo became a regular part of the author’s every day time, with him using the thing even after the studies were abandoned. An instant messaging ‘mediator’ itself, it provides options for logging into your Facebook, MySpace, Yahoo, MSN and more accounts. Ah, good old times with MSN through Meebo!
iPlayer–it’s BBC’s latest update on their previous Android iPlayer app, with some major bug fixes and improvements (which is always a plus). It also works when the screen is turned off, so its secondary usage calls for a radio player, with or without the subject on how to make a app for free.