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55) FactBook

Stay on top of information on every country in the world with FactBook. This app draws from the CIA World Fact Book and United Nations data to provide information on every country's geography, population, government, transportation and military. Free.

56) SMS2PC

This app automatically forwards SMS messages to your PC if you're working on it so you don't have to reach for your phone. You can reply to messages and create new ones from your Android address book. Paid: $2.50

57) Key Ring

Get rid of all the loyalty cards stuffed in your wallet or dangling from your keys with this app. You can use Key Ring to scan the barcodes on all those cards and copy them. When you go to a store, the retailer can scan the barcode directly from your phone. Free.

58) GDocs for Android

This editor/viewer for Google Documents allows you to create, edit, view, import, export, send documents and sync them with your Google Docs account. Free.

59) QuickOffice Connect Mobile Suite

This Microsoft Office productivity suite for Android devices allows you to view and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files with integrated access to multiple remote storage providers. Paid: $15.

60) Trip Journal

Document your travel experiences with this app. It automatically tracks your itinerary in real time, keeping stats on distance, time and geography traveled. It integrates with Google Earth and allows friends and family to keep tabs on your journey. Paid: $1.99

61) Amazon App for Android

Streamline your Amazon shopping while on the go with this client for your Android device. Free.

62) runtastic Pro

Keep track of your runs with this app. You can track distance, time, speed and pace for running, walking, biking and skating. It also allows you to display your favorite routes on a map and share your activities on Facebook and Twitter. Paid: $2.99.

63) SafetyNet

This app allows you to call for help simply by shaking your phone, even if the app isn't on. It sends your current location and request for help to everyone designated in your safety net. It has settings for a variety of emergencies. Free.

64) Dial Zero

Need to get in touch with customer service and don't want to wait on hold? Dial Zero maintains an index of more than 600 companies and how to cut through their automated answering services to get a live human being in no time. Free.

65) 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.

66) TripIt

Keep all your travel information organized and at your fingertips with this app. TripIt stores all your travel information and can generate itineraries for you. Free.

67) Cab4me

Find or call a cab quickly, even if you're not in Manhattan. This app keeps a database of local taxi companies and taxi stands and helps you place a call to a car service when you need one. Free.

68) Nesoid Lite

This Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) emulator allows you to play every NES game ever made right on your Android phone. You'll have to take responsibility for the legality of your ROMs. Free.

69) 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.

70) 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.

71) Google Voice

Streamline and consolidate your phones with this app. It gives you a single phone number that rings all your phones. In addition it saves all your voicemail online and even transcribes your voicemail into text. It offers a host of other features too. Free.