18) ESPN ScoreCenter Get comprehensive ESPN sports coverage on your Android phone with this app. It provides near-real-time scores and schedules. Free.
19) Doodledroid This sophisticated little drawing app gives you 21 different brushes and speed-sensitive opacity to let you unleash the artist within. Paid: $0.99.
20) Sketchbook Mobile Keep a sketchbook with you wherever you go with this full-featured app from CAD specialist Autodesk. Sketchbook Pro is a professional-grade paint and drawing application with a whole host of tools. It's great for graphic designers on the go. Paid: $0.99.
21) Bord Turn your Android device into a chalkboard simulator. You can use it to do anything you can do with multicolored chalk on a real chalkboard. The only difference is there's no chalk dust! Free.
22) SPB TV Get TV in the palm of your hand with this app. It's an IP-TV solution optimized for mobile devices that offers more than 100 subscription-free TV channels, including the major networks. Paid: $9.95.
23) TV.com This app from CBS Interactive turns your Android phone into a television. Use it to watch video, including full episodes, from CBS, The CW, CNET, ET, Showtime, CBS News, CBS Sports and more. Free.
24) Qik Stream live video from your Android phone to the Internet with this app. You can give your friends and family a personal URL with which to view your show when you broadcast and then keep the video archived for later viewing. You can also share your video via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. The app is free but the service is not.
25)Pandora Start listening to free, personalized Internet radio on your Android. This app brings Pandora off your computer and puts it on your phone. It's fully integrated with Pandora on the Web. You can listen to all your existing stations and create new ones on your phone too. Free.
26) Slacker Radio Want to create favorite radio stations and take them with you wherever you go? This app has you covered. While other apps—notably Pandora and Last.fm—also allow you to create your own radio stations, Slacker Radio has the added capability of caching music on your device for whenever you have a data signal so that you still have access to your music when you're offline, like on the subway or a long flight. Free and Paid. The free version gives you access to music streaming, while the paid version gives access to off-line caching for $4.99 a month.
27) TuneWiki A replacement for your Android's default audio player, TuneWiki is a social music player that provides timed, subtitled lyrics to your music in more than 40 languages. It also includes charts and real-time maps of what people are listening to around the world. Free.
28) Shazam With this app, you can discover and buy music, find tour dates, browse videos and share your discoveries on Facebook and Twitter. You can even identify music by letting your phone "listen" to it. Free.
29) iSyncr for PC With this app you can sync your iTunes music and playlists with your Android phone. It also allows you to create smart playlists on your phone, include album art with your music, sync your ratings and playcounts between iTunes and your phone, sync your MP3 downloads on your phone back to your iTunes library, and even wirelessly sync your music to your phone with the optional iSyncr Wifi Add-on. While this app only works with a PC, a separate iSyncr for Mac app is available. Paid: $2.99.
30) Tuner – gStrings Never be without an instrument tuner again. This chromatic tuner app measures sound pitch and intensity, allowing you to tune all manner of musical instruments. Free.
31) TED Mobile Since 1984, the world's best and brightest have gathered at the TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) Conferences to spend no more than 18 minutes talking about the thing that fascinates them most. It's always illuminating, and with this app you can search and watch more than 700 TED Talks right from your phone. Free.
32) Hello Vino Feeling a lack of confidence while shopping in the wine aisle? Hello Vino puts a digitized sommelier in your pocket. It can suggest an appropriate wine to accompany a particular meal, occasion, flavor preference or regional preference. You can even enter a wine you've already chosen and receive food pairing recommendations. Free.
33) Pickup Sports Looking to get in quick game of hoops or a little football? Pickup Sports, the grand prize winner in the Snaptic Move Your App! Developer Challenge, helps you find nearby pickup games of basketball, football, soccer, tennis and other sports. You can even find pickup running partners and workout buddies. The developer plans to add badminton, racquetball and yoga to the next update. Free.
34) Wertago for Nightlife Need help keeping track of the hottest nightclubs and parties? Wertago helps you find the best places to party and coordinate with your friends. Free.
35) Skifta This app turns your Android device into a global remote control. Certified by the Digital Network Living Alliance (DNLA), Skifta allows your Android device to stream onboard media to any DNLA-enabled device, include TVs, stereos, PCs and the Sony PlayStation 3. Free.
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