Android App Ratings & Reviews

Android App Reviews

Here is our list of Android App Reviews. We have reviewed some of the top android apps. If you would like your app reviewed, please visit the get app reviewed page.

Borders Releases an Android eReader App, Kobo in Borders’ Clothing

Borders, one of the largest book distributor in the U.S., in the likes of Barnes & Noble and Amazon has just launched its online ebookstore. At the same time, Borders has also released its own ereader Android app. This app was previously available only for iPhone and BlackBerry. With that Android owners who are into ebook reading on their Android phones now have another o...

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IMDb Movies & TV App for Android Review

If you find yourself checking out IMDb.com to get your doses of  movie, TV and celebrity information, you'd be glad to know that the it is now available as a mobile app for your Android phone. IMDb Movies and TV Android App gives you US showtimes, movie trailers, photo galleries, US TV listings, DVD and Blue-Ray releases and other movie and tv information. In short, IMDb Movies...

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Yahoo Mail, Messenger Apps for Android Available Now

Yahoo has just released mobile versions of two of its major products - Yahoo Mail and Yahoo Messenger.  Both Android apps support phones running on Android 2.0 or higher. Yahoo Messenger and Yahoo Mail apps for Android features nice looking interface plus several useful functionalities which are all optimized for the capabilities of Android OS 2.0 or higher. Here's a quick rund...

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The Kindle App Arrives to the Android Market, Users Rejoice

The Kindle app has been available on the iPhone platform for a while now, but no one knew for sure when the Kindle app would be available on the Android platform. As of today, the Kindle Android app is finally available in the Android Market and it comes with the latest and greatest features. You can search for the Kindle app among other Android Apps using the Market and searchi...

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mSpot Brings Music Cloud Streaming to Android Users

mSpot has released their Android app.  If you're running out of storage space on your Android phone to house your growing MP3 music collection and buying higher capacity card storage is not an option, check out mSpot's new music cloud storage and streaming service. mSpot which was launched in private beta sometime in May lets you sync your music collection in your Android phone a...

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FlashLight – It’s a Flashlight App

Need I say more? It's an Android app that basically allows you to use your phone as a flashlight. This of course does not replace that 1,000,000 lumen light you might have in your garage but certainly is handy in a pinch. It allows you to amp up the backlight of your phone to project a bright white light on to a surface. You can also change the colors of the light but realistically ...

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Swype – Draw, don’t Type your Words

The days of the physical keyboard are over. No more archaic clucking about on a keypad trying to find the right button, hitting the number 1 three times to get the letter c, or dealing with stuck keys. The new Android app Swype is here to save the day with it's new ingenious input system. On my G1 the keyboard is real handy when using the boot screen or command line, but 90% of t...

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PicSay Photo Editor App for Android Review

PicSay Photo Editor Android app is a simple yet fun app that lets you add cool stuff on photos that you've taken using your Android phone's camera or photos from your computer that you've synced to your phone or even photos you've taken and stored in photosharing sites such as Photobucket. It was such a great app that Google chose the app as one of the winners in the Google Androi...

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Sling Media Brings Out SlingPlayer for Android

The company Sling Media has just given Android phone owners a treat with the release of the SlingPlayer Mobile App for Android.  This Android app provides you with easy access to your home TV experience right on your Android smartphone. This means that you can stream your favorite TV show from your home TV setup on your Android phone, wherever you are. With SlingPlayer running o...

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Device Tune-Up – T-Mobile Made Another App

T-Mobile was the first company to give the Android OS a shot with the HTC G1/Dream and has been very enthusiastic about supporting the Andrroid movement. Sure they can't offer warranties to modified phones (rooted phones) but they can't be expected to pay for other people's noobish mistakes. In any case, now T-Mobile is expanding its app portfolio by offering an Android app called D...

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AndFTP – The Free Way to Transfer Files

Okay, so I realize that most people now-a-days have almost no need for FTP, at least not for a client which is what the AndFTP Android app provides. It is a stable and complete FTP client solution for the Android platform and one of the only decent free ones I have seen. FTP for those who are not familiar with the term stands for File Transfer Protocol and does exactly what it's nam...

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CoPilot – Android’s Complete GPS system

There have been many other GPS Android apps that offer various features aside from Copilot. Apps such as the obvious Google Maps app and the TeleNav app come to mind, each offering their own twist on GPS navigation. The problem with these other apps? They don't offer a dedicated all-in-one GPS app that just works out-of-the-box with no need for 3G Internet or monthly subscriptions...

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First Impression: Swype Beta Android App

If you're tired of tapping on your Android phone's virtual keyboard when composing text, Swype Android app could be a good alternative or solution to your woes. Currently available for free download and testing on your Android phones (limited time only), Swype is a faster and easier way to input text on any screen of your Android phones. Yes of course, you might argue that you're...

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Toddler Lock – Protection and Fun in One App

You have no idea (unless you have kids) how much children want cell phones. I'm not talking about the tweens and teenagers who beg their parents for phones. I'm talking about the toddlers and other little ones who take one look at your phone and think it's the most amazing thing in the world. Perhaps they take your phone when you look away or maybe you think, "What's the big deal?...

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Top Android Apps to Monitor World Cup Scores

Into the World Cup 2010 fever? Want to find out the latest news and  World Cup scores even when you're not in front of your TV? Here are five of the top Android apps that you can use to monitor World Cup Scores on your phone. To download any of these World Cup Android apps, follow the links below and scan the barcode, follow the market link, or simply search the Android Market. Wo...

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DoubleTwist Android Music App Review

Perhaps one major difference that separates Android from iPhone is the former's lack of  iTunes-like software for managing media files. But that was before DoubleTwist, a new Android app came out recently. In case you're not aware, DoubleTwist is actually a desktop application which is available for various platforms. Its function is similar to the iTunes as it allows you to sync ...

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Foursquare for Android App Review

There are two major players in the mobile location-based social networking niche- Foursquare and Gowalla.  Both of these mobile services have their Android apps. I'm more inclined to recommend Foursquare since I found it more robusts, sleeker and gets the job done pretty well.  Here's a quick review of Foursquare for Android features. Foursquare for Android lets you check-in as q...

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Photobucket Android App Review

I tend to take more photos with my Android than with my nice digital camera. It's always with me and takes up little space. But then I have the problem of getting my cell photos to where they can be viewed. Thank goodness I discovered the Photobucket Android app by Photobucket Moble. It automatically uploads my Droid photos to my Photobucket account every time I take a photo. The au...

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eBuddy – The All-in-One Android Chat Client

Ebuddy Android App Review It was a Monday at work a couple months ago and I decided to chat with my wife on Gtalk so I could ask her what I need to buy from the grocery. Google has a handy way of chatting with other Gtalk members by integrating a java client right into Gmail which I've done hundreds of times before. To my horror my company firewall had been changed to block the cli...

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Poke A Mole, because moles are EVIL!

Poke a Mole could not be any more descriptive than what its name implies. In this Android app literally, you open up the app and poke some darn dirty moles back into the ground where they came from. There are different levels of course to make it harder like adding more moles to poke or making it faster paced, but overall addicting to say the least. [gallery] As a gamer I do appre...

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Abduction! – Cows are heroes again

This Android app can easily be one of the most addictive games I've played in a long while. When someone tells you that the premise of the game is to save your fellow cow brethren from abduction by aliens you will probably stop for a moment and think to yourself, "What have you been smoking and can I have some?" Ok, maybe not the second part but it sounds weird, I mean why would al...

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Changes in Google Maps Android App

Google Maps Android app is a lifesaver for people who get lost on a regular basis, like me. Recently, Android released a 2.1 update for Android phones that included changes to the Google Maps app. These changes are intended to make the app easier to use and save time. I was curious just what these changes are, so I checked it out. One handy feature is that your desktop Google Maps ...

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Google Maps and Voice Navigation Android App Review

Google Maps is a very powerful Android app and a Godsend for those that want a hassle free GPS. Some phones, mostly from the older generation like the G1, may need to upgrade the Map software that comes with the phone, otherwise any new android handset with GPS has it by default. It stands up to the Google legacy quite well with it's rich feature set and easy to use interface. The...

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Review of Yoga Trainer Droid App

Yoga PoseYoga Trainer by Nex Studios is a Android app that contains yoga instructions and yoga workouts that can be accessed anytime, anywhere. It has more features than most yoga apps on the market and contains clear, crisp photos of each yoga move. The best feature of Yoga Trainer is the courses. You simply choose a ten minute course, such as the Sun Salutation Series, and the app will pre...

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WaveSecure android app is a solid one stop solution for the security of your android device

WaveSecure BackupLosing a phone brings in frustration and its share of costs. Apart from hunting for additonal funds for purchasing a new device, there are notional costs too, in terms of time spent in bringing the new phone to 'pre-lost' levels of old phone and sometimes, revelation of important info and data to the thief  and by the thief to others. Ah! that's really painful but it all gets easy ...

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Traffic Jam Android App Review

Whether you like puzzles or wasting time on puzzles, Traffic Jam Free is sure to consume much of your time, but it is a pretty fun app. Designed by JiuzhangTech Ltd, the object of the game is transport a specific vehicle across a map to an exit. The catch is there are other cars and objects blocking the exit requiring you to move each object around until you get a straight path ...

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iMobsters Android App Review

Storm8 has created several games for Android phones that are centered on performing missions, attacking other live players, and making money.  I have played iMobsters for a few weeks now and it is pretty fun but addicting as well. You start off choosing a character and performing a few easy missions to make some quick money.  After you make money, you have the option to invest i...

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Droid Incredible Review

HTC Droid IncredibleHTC Droid Incredible The new HTC Droid Incredible has finally been released. In the U.S., it is a top-of-the-line smartphone offered on the Verizon network. Incredible is both the name of the device and what we think about it. This smartphone lives up to the standard it has set for itself through its name. This new HTC Droid uses the Google Android 2.1 operating system. Although t...

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