Best Free Applications For Android Devices
Tweaks device settings for maximum battery life.
Location Profiles A handy automation utility, less versatile than Tasker, but free.
Filters calls, announces callers via audio, records calls, and can even automatically answer calls.
4- eBuddy Messenger
A chat client for multiple networks, including MSN, Facebook, and more.
An alternative SMS application with its own optional SMS service for cheaper rates
An IM client for Skype, Facebook, Google Talk, MSN, ICQ/AIM, Yahoo, Jabber, Myspace. Woah.
Free Calls & Messages A VoIP client that lets you call and text other users for free, worldwide. Very popular.
A simple chat client for XMPP (Jabber) networks like Google Talk, Facebook chat, and more.
If Kindle isn’t your cup of tea, try this alternative reader.
Display short messages in huge, full-screen text that can be clearly read from meters away.
Social sports training. Compete against your friends, get real-time feedback.
12- Sleep As Android
An alarm clock that uses motion sensing to monitor the quality of your sleep.
Fantastic guided fitness training, with a powerful website. Not just for running.
14- Gesture Search
Draw letters on the screen, and it finds the app you want to launch. By Google.
15- MX Player
A do-it-all video player with zooming, multi-core decoding, and more.
Competes with SoundHound. Tries to figure out what music is playing in the background.
The classic audio player for llama lovers comes to Android. Free and awesome.
18- PicsArt – Photo Studio
A lovely, simple, photo editor with effects and clipart.
A very powerful camera app with built-in effects.
A photo gallery replacement with a strong emphasis on speed and responsiveness.
21- Do it (Tomorrow)
A simple, effective to-do list with a nice bit of style.
A swanky-looking to-do list that syncs with Google Tasks.
Makes sense of those square squiggles everybody’s pointing their phones at.
The official app. Doesn’t support continuous sync, but allows access to your files when you need it.
The do-it-all notes application. If you use Evernote on Windows/Mac, this is a must-have.
26- Google Docs
The official client from Google. Edit your Docs on the go.
If you use KeePass on the PC, this is a must-have. Manage your passwords with absolute security.
28- Lookout Mobile Security
Scan for malware and manage your device remotely.
29- No Lock
The simplest way to toggle your device’s lock-screen. Widget included.
An elegant password manager with easy categorization.
A social recommendation engine for books, movies, and more. Available on the Web too.
Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, Buzz in one intense social feed.
33- WhatsApp Messenger
A messenger application, like SMS but without SMSes.
A text messaging and VoIP app which supports importing friends from multiple networks, and has a desktop companion for Mac and Windows.
Lets you manage your phone without touching it, from the comfort of a browser.
36- Google Drive
Access your Google Drive files right from your smartphone.
37- Hide It Pro
Protects your privacy by letting you hide photos and videos.
38- ROM Manager
Download ROMs and flash your device seamlessly. Requires root access.
39- File Expert
A powerful file manager with a built-in FTP/HTTP server, SMB client and more.
40- Stats Free
Monitors and saves SMS, call and data usage so you don’t exceed your plan.
For visualizing what is taking up all of that precious space on your SD card.
42- WiFi Analyzer
Use your phone to see in-depth info on all WiFi networks in range, and configure your own network for best connectivity.
Keeps you up-to-date with news about your Android phone.
44- YouTube Remote Control
YouTube on any computer or Internet TV with this free app from Google.
A powerful video player with subtitle support and built-in IMDB search.
46- MDolphin Browser HD
An alternative browser with a dedicated following.