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Post  MC Lee on Fri Jan 07, 2011 11:41 pm


1. Facebook for Android

The app is lacking in features compared to Facebook itself, but a recent update added Inbox support to the Android app, finally allowing its users to communicate in almost real-time. The app's fast and stable, with a simplicity that reminds you of the old days when using Facebook used to be bearable.


2. ASTRO File Manager

ASTRO is nothing more than a Windows-style file explorer, but if you're into tinkering and directly installing Android APK files yourself, it's essential to stick something like this on your phone. Makes your phone feel like a computer, and makes you feel like you're in charge of it.


3. AppMonster

The act of monitoring and uninstalling apps on Android is a bit of a clumsy process, to be honest, with numerous sub-screens to navigate - and yet more yes/no/are-you-sure dialogue boxes to get through once you've found the 'bin it' page. So get a decent app manager. Like AppMonster, which also offers one-click backup of all your apps to SD card, if you're the type who worries about having copies of everything.



4. AppSaver

The forthcoming Android 2.2 update known as "FroYo" will let users save their Android Market purchases to their phone's SD card, freeing up valuable in-phone memory. But until then, an app like AppSaver does at least let you save your app install files to the SD card.



5. Task Manager

If you come from a bit of a hardcore PC background, you'll find Android's lack of a blue X to close apps a bit of a worry, what with the OS handling app closures itself. Which is why you need a good manual override tool to shut any persistent apps. It may help you save battery life, but most important is the feeling of control and empowerment you get from one-click closing apps







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