Top new Android apps for January 2010

Jan 13, 2010
Tech

Keeping tabs on the growing mobile app market for Google’s Android platform can offer some insight as to the areas of interest for developers and consumers.  This week, we have seen a number of personal organization tools rise in popularity among the market’s newer Android apps. Here are a few of the top new Android […]

Keeping tabs on the growing mobile app market for Google’s Android platform can offer some insight as to the areas of interest for developers and consumers.  This week, we have seen a number of personal organization tools rise in popularity among the market’s newer Android apps.

Here are a few of the top new Android apps, one of which recommends other helpful apps to you:

Android apps as personal assistants

ToDoRoo’s Android app has personal assistant gurus to help you stay organized. Combining a task reminder service with a recommendation tool, the free ToDoRoo Android app is on the right track. Choose from eight gurus, which give you tips and recommend Android apps for finding movies, being a better spouse, or sticking to your budget.

If you already use Weight Watchers, the free WWDiary Android app can help you stay on track. Mark your daily activity and enter your food items to stick to the point system. WWDiary will keep tabs on your daily point allowance, making this tool more personalized. View your diary history to see where your strengths and weaknesses lie.

Doogle (free) is a task manager that integrates with your Google Calendar and your phone’s contact list.  With advanced settings, you can set alarms and reminders, send tasks, and include contacts for your task’s actions. Doogle is among the most feature-rich task managers for the Android. Other apps, such as Remember the Milk, still outrank Doogle.

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Phone Content Organization

FilesAnywhere is a limited-free Android app offering easy access to all the files on your phone. Helpful for those who share files between their computer and their phone, FilesAnywhere gives you several action options for each file. Fax, email, and organization features are just a few of the options available.

PhotoSafe for Android brings privacy settings to your phone’s media.  Password-protect the PhotoSafe Android app itself, as well as added media. Exclude gallery images from phone slide shows you may share with a friend.  For $1.00, you will receive unlimited image hiding options for your phone’s images.  Developer CamFiler offers a similar Android app for videos.

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