Published on January 6th, 2012 | by Paterson Prosper


150 Best Android Apps Of Year 2011




Make the jump for the rest of the top 150 apps. 2011 has been an important year for Android. With devices like Samsung Galaxy S II, Motorola XOOM and Kindle Fire turning heads in the market, atop the release of what is arguably the best iteration of the mobile OS (Ice Cream Sandwich) yet, it was only a matter of time before the head honchos of mobile app development began hopping onto the Android bandwagon. Not only has the year seen many big names debut on the Android Market, but many novice developers make big names for themselves, and to top it all off, the Market is now home to over 400,000 apps.


1. Google Currents (Perhaps the best news reader and RSS aggregator for Android yet)


2. AirDroid (Remotely access, and control all the core features/apps of your Android device from any web browser)


3. Baconreader (Arguably the best reddit client available in the Android Market)

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4. ZeroPC Cloud Navigator (Comprehensive all-in-one cloud data browser for Android tablets)


5TeamViewer (Full remote desktop access and control)


6. Screencast & Recorder (Rooted devices only: One of the only apps in the Market that records smooth, high quality screencasts)

7. Espier Launcher (Remarkably accurate iOS Springboard clone)


8. LapseIt (The best time-lapse video creator for Android that we’ve come across so far)

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9. Emit (Stream & download audio and videos from desktop and iTunes library over Wi-Fi)

10. Skitch By Evernote (One of the best annotation and drawing tools; integrated with Evernote)

11.  iOnRoad (Augmented reality driving companion with collision detection alerts)


12. Yahoo! IntoNow (Identifies what’s being played on TV, and displays detailed program information)

13. SPRiiD (Remote file sharing between two Android device over the internet)


14. Boat Browser (Chrome and mobile Safari-like browser with tabbed-browsing, quick dial, and support for webpage scrolling via volume buttons)

15. Elixir 2 (Comprehensive system info tool and app/task manager, with a vast suite of homescreen widgets)



Make the Jump to addictivetips for the rest of the list.

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