Google Plus £free
Google Plus may be taking the web by storm, but it's the Android Google Plus users who really have something to feel smug about. A slew of treats includes Instant Updates for snaps, unlimited storage on Picassa accounts and push notifications for comments, mentions and Huddle invites.
CoPilot Live Premium £24.99
CoPilot's popular satnav software has recently undergone a massive update, bringing with it Facebook check-ins, Twitter and Bing integration. You can create your own route by dragging a finger across the screen and there are real time traffic updates. There's also text-to-speech, cut-and-paste, the ability to drive to areas where you have geotagged images and, best of all, the ability to seek out your wheels in the car park at Waitrose.
Cut the Rope 62p
Om nom, who looks like Jabba the Hutt's mini-me, has been gobbling up treats on the iPhone for ages, while Android users didn't even get a look in. Now it's finally swung into the Android Market. Two words: achingly addictive.
Samurai II Vengeance £1.78
With a name like Samurai II Vengeance, it's only right this game comes with a huge dose of awesome. You play Daisuke, a masterclass samurai who searches for his arch-enemy Orochi, killing everyone in his path. Messy stuff, but its manga-style graphics are impressive, while the comic book-like colours and drawings all serve to add to its cool stylised look.
Order and Chaos £4.37
If heroic 3D MMORPG fantasy style games are your thing (it's okay, we won't tell) then head on over to the Android Market and be prepared to part with a considerable amount of cash (for an app). For that, you'll get three months of free play, after which you'll have to fork out a small monthly fee. Think World of Warcraft meets Farmville, and check your bank balance before taking on the inventory of over 1000 skills and 2000 separate bits of kit.