30 best free apps for Android

11. Money Tracker

Easily our favourite app for keeping a handle on incomings and outgoings, Money Tracker strikes a sensible balance between simplicity and features. As well as the basic sums, it lets you create your own folders and categories, so you can see where it all goes each month, and more easily define where you might be able to make savings in future. Did you really spend that much on coffee this week? Maybe you should invest in a flask this weekend. 

Download Money Tracker here

12. Hangouts

"Hey! Who wants brunch at Choochies today?" "Count me in! I've got tickets to the Nicks game, wanna come too?" Etc. Alternatively you can use Hangouts to message friends via text, video and emoticon-style "emojis" in a more realistic manner. "Train cancelled again", or "Dad, get on the video call so you can show me how to fix the boiler". That sort of thing. Woah! Hangouts rocks! 

Download Hangouts here

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13. Duolingo: Learn languages free

Google Translate may be great, but the long-term aim should be to learn to speak all those languages yourself. Duolingo does an amazing job of making this fun, with a format that's a bit like a pub quiz machine. It currently supports Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian and English, and if you "play" it regularly you'll definitely pick up at least some competence in your chosen language. With more intensive use you can give yourself a week's crash course before a trip abroad. 

Download Duolingo: Learn Languages Free here

14. Houzz Interior Design Ideas

This one is all about inspiration. As you would hope from an app about design, Houzz itself is neat, logically laid out, smart and pretty in all the right places, making it the perfect distraction as you recline on your Eames lounge chair, feet up on the ottoman, contemplating the witty juxtaposition of that chandelier in your bedsit.

Download Houzz Interior Design Ideas here

15. FxGuru: Movie FX Director

This slightly gimmicky special effects app is nonetheless very clever, verging on useful. It comes with a batch of free effects (the kind of things you'd see in a disaster movie) with additional packs as in-app purchases.

You point your phone or tablet at a scene (say, your office, the street or your garden), and then the app records a short video clip with a destructive missile attack or perhaps a hovering UFO superimposed over the live action. Motion tracking allows you to pan as you film, too. 

Download FxGuru: Movie FX Director here

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Comments

Why do so many Apps need to know virually everything about you, and what you do, when, where, how and why, except for your shoe size and make of underwear??

For instance "Navfree" - why does it need my Contacts information?

Or my Photos?

 

Free Apps worth USD 100 on Amazon Appstore

 

http://dmzilla.com/2014/06/27/free-100-worth-of-android-apps-amazon-apps...

it's a nice list, but I would add few more apps

take a look here http://veemo.net/must-have-android-apps it's nice list of essential apps

Here is a list of my top 50 apps with a video presentation of each: 

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLVYZ9W70saXL6LS04ejM57_FmMg0fiiM

Let me know what you guys think.

A very good app as well for keeping your passwords in one safe place: oneSafe Essentials

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lunabee.onesafeessentials

You now have only one password to remember!

 

I found this app which has very selected and best apps… some of apps are unique I wonder how I missed those ones.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.phonegap.tiptoptale

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