Catch.com: A useful alternative to Google Maps and other GPS tools when you just need to know which way you're headed, not exactly where to go. Of course, this app is integrated with other location-based software and supports a wide range of functionality beyond just beyond pointing north or south. You can save favorites places and make location-based notes via the Catch App.
31) Kingsoft Office
Kingsoft Office Software Corporation Limited: The free version of this mobile productivity suite is quite powerful, with a built-in PDF viewer and editing capabilities on MS Office filetypes. There's a built-in file manager to help you keep track of your data and complete integration with a Cloud storage service and your e-mail for easy document sharing. It really covers all the bases for most productivity needs.
Zello Inc.: This app turns your Android device into a walkie-talkie for either private conversations or groups channels. You can map the app to a hardware push-to-talk button, and the software's availability on other mobile platforms extends your PPT network.
33) Pulse News
Alphonso Labs: This reader application offers a visual gallery as its main UI navigation metaphor. Once you select an article to read, the layout is clean with large type and appropriately resized images, with the option to view the content at its original site. And there is built-in integration with popular social networks, such as Facebook, as well as snapshot apps like Instapaper and Evernote.
Mikufu Works: This app is useful simplicity personified. If you are giving a presentation, just set a series of alarms – down to the second – and slip your phone in your pocket. The alerts will let you know that you've spent enough time on a slide and that it's time to move on.
YouMail, Inc: This popular app lets you see caller info on anyone who has left you a voice message, even if they are not in your contacts list. But that's just the start – you can set custom welcome messages for frequent callers, and you can block unwanted callers without giving them the option of leaving a message. There's a trial of a voice mail transcription service built into the freebie, as well.
36) Smooth Calendar
Carl Cedergren: Customization is the strong suit of this calendar widget, which can display up to six upcoming events. It integrates easily with Google Calendar, Exchange, Facebook and other messaging platforms.
Share your where: Don't want folks to know where you are all the time? This app allows you to send your location to trusted users for a set time period you determine, and then stop. Location updates can be sent via e-mail or SMS, as well as social networks Facebook and Twitter.
Score Media Ventures: This sports score and news app has a clean interface that resembles your home screen – just tap an icon for the sport you are interested in off you go. You can dig into news and other more in-depth content, but if all you want is to keep tabs on how the game is going, this is a great, clean interface.
Sonico Mobile: Voice recognition and manual text entry combine in this useful app to give you a robust translator in more than 50 languages. Paired dictionaries give you multiple translations, based on context, and there's also audio output to help you understand how your translation will sound when spoken.
Tango: This video calling freebie includes special effects, called "surprises," that you can use to spice up conversations with friends. On the useful side, the app can find contacts that also have Tango installed, and you can save money on free international calls to other users.
Mobo Team: This leading free video player supports sub-titles in leading formats, including ASS, along with native support of playback for virtually every video format. It also boasts sortable media libraries and streaming through both the HTTP and RTSP protocols.
42) GPS-beacon Lite
Telmion: If you only occasionally need to find someone, this app may be a good fit for you. It lets you locate a device simply by texting a pre-configured keyword to the phone or tablet. Within 5 minutes you'll receive a message with address info and a link to a map. After a two-week trial the free version is limited to a set number of requests per week.
Garen J Torikian:This app lets you catalog your collections of books, movies, and even clothing in an easy "shelves" visual metaphor. You can add item to your collections via a variety of methods, including scanning barcodes and building wishlists. Shelves allows you to track who you have loaned items too, and you can export your collection data to common formats, including spreadsheets and other collection-tracking software.
44) Bookmark Home
Bookmark Home: You can manage which browsers to use and quickly sort bookmarks, among other tasks, with this freebie download. It also supports unlimited multi-screen browsing and smooth scrolling via its own built-in browser.
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