Tagged: App of the Week
MiniSquadron. It's a charming, addictive little game, and our App of the Week, considering that we'll need lots of airport distractions on the way to CES 2012.
3D New Year Live Wallpaper, but the App of the Week is our way to show off some of the lesser-known apps that deserve your attention. This week, it's social and PIM widget collection extraordinaire, Android Pro Widgets.
Dolphin Browser HD. It's one of those apps that I immediately download on every phone and tablet I review, simply because I've grown to depend on its features and expandability. But after a week with the Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich, I've found to my amazement that I just don't need it any more. The default browser that comes with Android 4.0 incorporates all of the features that made Dolphin a must-have, and it's faster and more stable to boot.
10 Billion Apps promotion. But one app that I've been relying on heavily for a while and which deserves your attention is Craigslist HD for Tablets. If you've got a Honeycomb tablet and a nearby Craigslist hub, you owe it to yourself to check this one out.
Google Currents, and it's definitely worth checking out (and adding Android Community via the Search function). But smaller apps that work great deserve at least as much attention, so we're featuring Brightness Rocker Pro as our App of the Week. It's a great little utility that grants you quick and unobtrusive access to your Android phone or tablet's screen brightness.
Android virtual keyboards, Thumb Keyboard.
mini review on that. Later it went from being a paid app to free for all. Personally it is nice but it is too similar to Tweetdeck for PC and I didn't like the small size and having all three panels always open. TweetCaster has came to the rescue for all us android tablet users and so far I love it.