Best Android Apps

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"O'Reilly Media, Inc.", Apr 27, 2010 - Computers - 240 pages
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You can choose from thousands of apps to make your Android device do just about anything you can think of -- and probably a few things you'd never imagine. There are so many Android apps available, in fact, that it's been difficult to find the best of the bunch -- until now.

Best Android Apps leads you beyond the titles in Android Market's "Top Paid" and "Top Free" bins to showcase apps that will truly delight, empower, and entertain you. The authors have tested and handpicked more than 200 apps and games, each listed with a description and details highlighting the app's valuable tips and special features. Flip through the book to browse their suggestions, or head directly to the category of your choice to find the best apps to use at work, on the town, at play, at home, or on the road.

Discover great Android apps to help you:

  • Juggle tasks
  • Connect with friends
  • Play games
  • Organize documents
  • Explore what's nearby
  • Get in shape
  • Travel the world
  • Find new music
  • Dine out
  • Manage your money

...and much more!

 

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User Review  - HeatherDel - Borders

This book is fun and helpful for Android phone owners. It lists top apps for lots of categories. You can even download the apps from a barcode index in the back of the book. Read full review

Contents

Best of the Best Apps
1
Best Business Apps
35
Best Communication Apps
71
Best Lifestyle Apps
95
Best Entertainment Apps
125
Best Games
153
Best UtilityTool Apps
183
Best Reference Apps
205
QR Code Index
226
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About the author (2010)

Mike Hendrickson has held a variety of positions in the publishing industry including, Product Development Manager, Editor, Executive Editor, Editor-in-Chief, and Associate Publisher. Two constants are that he has always enjoyed managing people and being involved with cutting-edge technologies. At O'Reilly, he is the Publisher for the Open Tech eXchange division, where he is working to grow existing print market share while expanding into new online and in person markets.

Brian Sawyer is a Senior Editor at O’Reilly Media, where he manages theMissing Manuals division. He is also the author of Kindle Fire: Out ofthe Box and coauthor of NOOK Tablet: Out of the Box and BestAndroid Apps. You can him find him on Twitter at @briansawyer.

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