Are you looking for free apps for your Android? Have you recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy Tab, Eken W70, MID, Busbi Disgo, StealthX Hydro Android or even a Nabi 2 tablet for your kids? Currently, there are some really great, free applications on the market for Android devices. With so much choice available, we thought it would be helpful to briefly highlight our selection of 10 free Android apps, that the newbie or most experienced Android user can enjoy. The following links will take you directly to the relevant download page or Google Play Store.
So, in no particular order, here's our pick of free Android apps for you to enjoy.
Skype for Android - Enjoy video and voice calls worldwide to other Skype users for free. Share files, images and so much more!
AVG AntiVirus Free for Android - Protect your android devices (mobile phones and tablets) from viruses and threats with the free version of AntiVirus from AVG for Android.
Kingsoft Office Free for Android - Compatible with Microsoft & Open Office apps, supports a nice range of file types with the added bonus that you can also export documents into PDF!
K-9 Mail for Android - An open source email client with IMAP push email and folder sync. Also supports IMAP, POP3 and Exchange 2003/2007.
aCalendar Free for Android - A great little calendar with a few unexpected features, like QR barcode sharing of events. Really easy to use and to change views between events & dates.
Sopcast for Android - This free app gives you access to a vast array of SopCast P2P live channels. It also supports URL based streaming media and most types of audio & video files.
YouTube for Android - It is the YouTube app for Android - say no more!
VLC Media Player for Android - For those of you that love VLC Media Player, here is the free version for Android. This version is currently at Beta mode.
Pulse News for Android - An interesting app which allows you to take your favourite websites or other news feeds and turn them into an interactive mosaic.
TuneIn Radio for Android - Love radio? Enjoy access to over 70,000 live radio stations & 2 million podcasts worldwide using this handy little app.
So, do you have a personal favourite or "must have" app for your Android? Why not share your thoughts and suggestions to our readers by commenting below.