There are many Android Apps on the Android Market, new users trying out Android always get confused as there are many of them available on the Android Market. That was happened with me too when I first purchased a Android Mobile Phone but now I’m an Android Expert, the awesome experience has turned me to An full-time professional working with Android and always loving it, anyways here are The Top 5 Android Apps that are really worth installing on your Android Device.
“Launchers” are basically replacement home screens for your phone, and LauncherPro is one of the best. It’s simple, fast, completely customizable and very user-friendly Among its many features are smooth-scrolling screen transitions, a shortcut dock, pinch to preview all screens at once, numbered notification icons and elastic scrolling. LauncherPro is free, with a Plus version that includes widgets available for $2.99. For other options, check out ADW.Launcher, Helix and Home++. You can chop and change between all these home screens using the Home Switcher app.
Take complete control of all of your phone’s ringtones and notification sounds. Ringdroid lets you pick any song or sound file currently stored on your phone’s SD card and quickly crop it down to the part you want to use for your alert. The interface is intuitive – zoom in and out, swipe your way along the display, tap or press play to listen, and drag the start and end points to taste. Quick, simple sound editing without any messing around on your computer. Ringdroid lets you manipulate your music collection and assign clips as ringtones, alarms or notifications, or even record your own from scratch.
A classy home screen replacement that draws info streams from your phone and any linked accounts. The top half gives you instant access to personal stuff like phone messages, emails, calendar and text messages, while the bottom half pulls together your public stuff — Facebook and Twitter feeds, stocks and shares, RSS feeds and so on. Long-press tap and swipe gestures trigger different options like removing a notification, opening the app or creating a new message. Slide the centre bar up or down to toggle the various feeds in more detail. Free, or $6.99 for the no-ads Pro version. If you like the look of SlideScreen but you’re not ready to commit to it as your default home screen, you can run it as a self-contained app without making the switch.
Yet another launcher app to replace your phone’s built-in interface with a custom one, Open Home is notable if only for the sheer number of skins, widgets and font packs available for it in the Android Market”. It includes some nice augmentations to your regular home screen, like a slide-out drawer where you can place apps and shortcuts so that they’re accessible from anywhere, and the ability to rotate the home screen to landscape mode. It also lets you create shortcuts for custom functions. Open Home costs $3.99, with a free Lite version also available. Open Home sports multiple home screens, live wallpapers and live folders, its own soft keyboard, and a snazzy rotating 3-D cube effect when you move from one screen to the next.
Power Strip offers a handy dock for shortcuts, apps, folders and widgets. What makes it really nifty, though, is that you can assign it to your home button, making it accessible from anywhere, even within other apps. Useful if you want to toggle your GPS on when using maps, for instance, since there’s no need to bounce back to the home screen and bring up the settings page. (You can still summon the regular home screen with a quick double-click of the home button.) For similar instant access to controls and apps, check out SmartBar. Power Strip lets you change settings, call up widgets and more without having to leave the app you’re in and go back to the home screen.