With Android becoming popular demand for Android apps is going up. Here is a list of ten best Android apps –five free and five paid –on Google Play
Android is now the passion of mobile industry. The platform has experienced significant growth in mobile and tablet markets. In a few months, Android is already threatening the supremacy Apple iOS in global markets. As of now, Android has on offer lots of incredible tablets and smartphones. In number of apps also, Android’s Google Play is slowly inching closer to Apple App Store. Here are ten best Android apps for you. The list contains the best five free apps and the best five paid apps as per the ranking of Google Play on 30, April, 2012.
Five best paid Android apps
Draw Something: Draw Something is a highly popular social drawing and guessing game on Android from OMGPOP. The game currently provides bonuses such as 2500 words draw, 200 free coins and 5 free bombs. According to Mashable, it is an unintentionally entertaining game, while Kotaku says Draw Something is very exceptional and incredibly addictive. The game is available for $0.99 (Rs.105) on Google Play.
Angry Birds Space Premium: The $0.99 premium version of Angry Birds Space is completely ad-free. It is the latest version of Rovio’s famous game Angry Birds, which takes place in space. “After a giant claw kidnaps their eggs, the Angry Birds chase it into a wormhole and find themselves floating in a strange new galaxy – surrounded by space pigs!” says Rovio on Google Play. Angry Birds Space has sixty interstellar levels on planets and in zero gravity of space.
Beautiful Widgets: It is the best Android clock application and it provides best widgets for your Android handsets. Levelup Studio’s app has grabbed reputation for its clock widgets, weather widgets, date widgets and toggle widgets. The widgets come with various skins/themes, however. It is the first paid Android app to get 1 million downloads. According to ZDNet, “the strength of Android is the ability to make the interface very personal, and Beautiful Widgets is the daddy of them all.” It is priced at $ 2.79 on Google Play.
Shark Dash: Shark Dash is a popular arcade game from Gameloft. It is a physics brainteaser developed to perfection and accuracy. The game tells the story of a set of toy sharks in a bathtub and a bunch of naughty ducks that ruin the sharks’ peaceful world. The game is available for download for $0.99.
Cut the Rope: It is an award-winning mobile game developed by ZeptoLab. The game has got an Android version after long anticipation. So far 60 million people have downloaded the title with a huge rating of 4.81. A tiny monster Om Nom is the major character of Cut the Rope. You will be the only thing in between of the hungry Om Nom and his full belly. Cut the Rope is available for download at $0.99.
Five best free Android apps
Street View on Google Maps: Google Inc’s new Street View on Google Maps is the most popular free Android app. Street View is designed to explore the world at street level. You can see key landmarks, locate places for visiting and make a virtual trip across the world using the app.
Tabla: Tabla is a finger percussion app for Android from Rodrigo Kolb. It is a funny way to enjoy finger drumming on your Android handsets and tablets. The app features drum pads with Indian, Italian and Arabian percussion sounds. It has multitouch capability and comes with ten realistic drum sounds and studio audio clarity.
Voice Search: Google’s Voice Search is an option to search web using Voice Actions. It is now one of the most popular free Android apps. You can quickly search your phone, locations and the web speaking to the device instead of typing keywords.
Facebook for Android: The official client of Facebook, the world’s leading social media site, is also a popular Android app now. Lots of people join Facebook every day. The number of Facebook users who migrate to their handsets to use the site is also on a rise.
Gmail: It is Google’s email service. There is no wonder in Gmail’s entry into the best five free apps of Android. Gmail is, of course, one of the world’s most favorite ad supported free email service.