45) Droid Wallet
William Bruno:This surprisingly powerful free money manager app offers a highly visual interface to help you track how you are spending your money. You can tag transactions for quick analysis and create custom tracking categories. You can also set up recurring transactions and create a budget to compare your financial reality to your goals. The app even supports multiple currencies.
46) Mood Meter
Barkside Apps: This app uses a variety of information to help you track what might be affecting your mood – the local weather and how long and often people contact you, among others. It then sends you quips or advice about how to improve your mood. It won't replace your therapist, but it is interesting and kind of fun.
47) Color Flashlight
Notes: Admit it – everybody uses their phone as a flashlight from time to time. This little app lets you set the color and brightness of your screen for this most low-fi of uses, and it also includes a strobe for when you have car trouble (or want to turn your living room into a disco).
movin'App: This home screen note application offers 15 shapes in the free version, to help you develop a visual priority system for which stickies are really important. You can send notes by SMS, and you can use existing notes as templates to make the process even easier.
Dato: The main value point for this download is its seamless integration with Gmail or Google App Mail. GNotes can be set to automatically synch to Gmail, or you can add a note by simply mailing it to yourself. The tool also supports drag-and-drop folder organization and the ability to pin notes to the home screen.
AgileSoft Resource:In addition to adding and reviewing files for inclusion in the popular ZIP archive format, this app lets you share your info via built-in e-mail integration. It also supports drag-and-drop functionality, which works best on tablets and other large-screen devices.
Speaktoit: Comparing itself to Apple Siri and Dragon Go, this app puts a personal face on your Android device that you can simply ask for directions, advice, search results, your horoscope – pretty much anything that can be found out there on the Web. Visual customizations allow you to put a face on your helper, and voice emulations iSpeech support a pleasant conversation.
TeamViewer: If folks are always calling you for help with their computers, you need this app, which allows you remote access to trusted access to computers running Mac, Windows or Linux. You get full keyboard control and you can reboot remotely. You also can see which users are online, and the app supports 256 Bit AES Session Encoding and 1024 Bit RSA Key Exchange to ensure that your remote activities are secure.
53) Easy Uninstaller
INFOLIFE LLC: Getting rid of unwanted or problematic apps is never entirely "easy," but this tool can make the process less painful. It supports batch uninstalls and offers a list of cached applications. You can also get various search and display options to help you find exactly which app is giving you grief.
54) History Eraser
INFOLIFE LLC: You may want to clear out your browsing and messaging history to free up a little memory, or you just may want to protect your privacy. Regardless of your motive, this app offers a one-touch interface for purging old data, including Google Maps and Apps Market searches. It also has a notification bar to help you keep track of your memory usage.
55) Fake-Call Me
Mobile App Builder: Not that we encourage this kind of behavior, but sometimes a phone call is the perfect excuse to get out of a sticky situation. With Fake-Call Me, you can schedule a call to your phone that will help you bow out gracefully. You can even set custom ringtones and notifications for your fake caller.
Kedlin Company: In addition to the expected features of being able to block texts and calls from people you find specifically annoying, this app support a community blacklist that targets spammers and other bad actors. Blocked callers just get hung up on – no voicemail clutter to worry about. And there's free reverse lookup and tons more features to help you take back your privacy.
57) ROM Toolbox
JRummy16: This app promises to tie all the apps popular with root users into a friendly, powerful interface. You can remove ads, preview boot animations, run batch operations, and of course backup or restore data. It's not for everybody, but it is very popular with power users.
Box: This Cloud-based storage and file-sharing app also lets you save data to your SD card for offline access. A home screen widget lets you see activity by colleagues, and you can comment on data in shared folders. There's also a built-in search functionality to help you quickly find information.
Etermax: Sometimes less is more. This dedicated tip calculator is a clean, easy way to determine the appropriate gratuity and divide bills among people in a large group. Its large keys and simplified functionality make it the perfect app for those times when you really don't need to be able to find a cosine.
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