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The Top Android Apps of the Week – September 30, 2012

by On September 30, 2012


This week’s edition of Top Android Apps of the Week has apps that’ll let you browse craigslist, measure objects, count things, and even take field trips. We’ve only got 7 apps on this week’s list, but they’re good ones nonetheless. Without further ado, we proudly present our picks for The Top Android Apps of the Week September 30, 2012.

1. Field Trip

Field Trip is a cool new Android App that helps you find unique things in the world around you. The app uses your phones GPS location and when you get close to something cool you’ll get a little pop-up card with details on the locale. Field Trip can help you find the best places to eat and visit while also helping you to find little roadside treasures along the way. It’s a very cool app to have on hand if you’re out and about a lot and you can pick it up for free.


2. Lexus Roadside Assistance

This one might not be for everyone, but if you own a Lexus it’s right up your alley. The Lexus Roadside Assistance app works with your smartphones GPS sensor to get your coordinates to the Roadside Assistance team so you can get help quickly if you’re ever in need. It only works in the US & Canada, but it’s a free app and a must-have for any Lexus owner.


3. c•Ultimate Craigslist Client

If you browse craigslist a lot you already know that navigating the site can be tricky from your mobile. An app like the c•Ultimate Craigslist Client makes browsing easy though as you’ll be able to perform multi-city searches, browse photos, and receive notifications when matching posts appear on the site. It works well, is easy to use and you can get it for $1.99.


4. Millimeter – Screen Ruler

If you’ve ever needed to measure something small and only have your phone on hand an app like Millimeter – screen ruler can help you out. The app allows you to measure small objects quickly by placing it on the screen and moving on-screen rulers to measure it. It works in millimeters or inches and it’s free to download on Google Play.



5. Beatcoptor

If you do a lot of counting on a daily basis Beatcoptor is just the thing for you. Beatcoptor is a cool and easy way to keep count of things, it has multiple counters and uses individual increments for each counter. A counting app might not sound very exciting, but it’s actually well done and very handy to have on hand. You can check out Ungureanu Liviu’s Beatcoptor for free on Google Play.


6. Sierra Trading Post

If you shop Sierra Trading Post there’s now an official app that lets you browse their wide selection with ease. You’ll get app-exclusive deals, special coupons, and you’ll know about the newest items at the Trading Posts as soon as they arrive. If you shop the trading post you’ll want to pick this one up and you can get it for free.


7. iPhone 5 Screen

Want to fool your friends? Having iPhone withdrawals as a former user? If so the iPhone 5 Screen might be just the thing for you as it allows you to rock the look of an iPhone 5 on your Android device. You can pick up Hacese7en’s iPhone 5 Screen for free on Google Play.


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