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How to Use Your Android Phone as a Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot

Many Android smartphones and tablets, starting with version 2.2 (Froyo) can be used as mobile hotspots or portable Wi-Fi hotspots, letting you share your data connection on your Android device wirelessly with up to 5 other devices, including other cell phones, tablets, and computers. The Wi-Fi data sharing feature is built into the Android devices.

This is more convenient than traditional tethering where you would share a data connection with a single computer using a USB cable or bluetooth, possibly with the help of software like PdaNet. Using the portable Wi-Fi hotspot feature, you don’t need to have the app installed on your laptop or other devices and you get simultaneous Wi-Fi internet access for several devices. The downside, however, is that your carrier may charge a fee for the Wi-Fi hotspot feature, but most are charging for tethering too.

Using your phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot is pretty simple; you just need to turn the feature on in your phone, and then the Wi-Fi signal will appear just like a regular wireless access point that your other devices can connect to. Here are the step-by-step instructions (they may vary a bit depending on your device, but the overall gist is the same).


  1. Go to the Settings screen on your Android phone. You can get there by pressing the menu button on your device when you’re on the home screen, then tapping “Settings”.
  2. At the Settings screen, tap the “Wireless & networks” option.
  3. You should see an option for “Portable Wi-Fi hotspot”. Click the check mark beside it to turn on the hotspot and your phone will start acting like a wireless access point. (You should see a message in the notification bar when it’s activated.) Sometimes its Listed inside “Tethering and portable hotspot” . In Some android phone’s 2.2 (Froyo)  Its Known as “MobileAP”
    • To adjust and check the settings for the hotspot, tap the aptly named “Portable Wi-Fi hotspot settings” option. You’ll need to do this if you don’t know the default password that will be created for your hotspot so you can make a note of it for connecting your other devices.
    • You can change the default password, security level, router name (SSID), and also manage users connected wirelessly to your phone in the Wi-Fi hotspot settings.


  1. From each of the other devices you want to share Internet access with, find the Wi-Fi hotspot; this will probably be done automatically for you. (Your computer, tablet, and/or other smartphones most likely will notify you that there are new wireless networks to connect to. If not, on another Android phone, you’ll find the wireless networks under Settings > Wireless & networks > Wi-Fi settings. Seegeneral Wi-Fi connection instructions for most computers.
  2. Finally, establish the connection by entering in the password you noted above.


  • Make sure you turn off the Wi-Fi hotspot feature when you no longer need shared Internet access from the other devices, since this can drain your cell phone’s battery significantly.
  • By default, the portable Wi-Fi hotspot will most likely be set up with WPA2 security and a generic password. If you’re using this feature in a public place or concerned about hackers trying to intercept your data, it’s best to change the password to something else before broadcasting your signal.
  • Keep in mind again that your cell phone company might charge extra for this feature and/or have data restrictions on its usage, so make sure you check your plan or with your carrier for more information. =)


Abey. =)

The Best Collection of Free Android Apps

Android apps are mobile software designed for running on the Android operating system, which is one of the most popular platforms used in cellphones, tablets and other mobile devices.

Since Android was introduced, more than 200,000 Android apps have been developed and available for download from the Android Market—the online software store hosted by Google — but not all are free. To help you get the best of the free ones, I have selected some gems in each category and added them here in a single convenient list with clear and brief descriptions of each application item.

So, do you wanna rock your mobile with huge collection of free android apps? Lets continue…!

Best Free Disk & File Tools for Android

Best Free File Manager

File Expert – A powerful file manager with all basic file operations and supports for bookmarks, sharing files via network, backup or uninstall programs, zip or unzip files, media file detection and more. Better still, it’s lightweight with no ads.ES File Explorer – Explore files on your device, LAN shared and FTP servers in a list or icon view with settings such as theme and layout, search files by type or name, plus app manager, SD Card Analyst and other optional modules.

ASTRO File Manager – Manage your files in Icon or List view with sorting, bookmarks, searching and other common features, plus some useful tools like checking SD card usage by folders. On the downside, the free version comes with a small ad.

Best Free Storage Manager

App 2 SD Free – Take a glance where the apps are installed and move them from internal storage to the SD Card to save limited space on your device. Also clear the cache to make more space. The free version is supported by a small unobtrusive ad.

Best Free Online Backup

Dropbox – Upload and access files from your Android, and sync them between your computers and mobile devices on the go. Easy to use—tap a file to view or press and hold it to access the menu for managing files and sharing links.

Best Free Desktop & System Tools for Android

Best Free Program Launcher

LauncherPro – Increase number of home screens up to 7 and set which one to be the default, with animated screen previews, app launcher with fly-in effect and enhanced scrolling, shortcut dock and smooth scrolling between home screens with no lagging.
Apps Organizer – Allows you to access your apps more quickly via labels like Internet, Multimedia, Games, Tools or other groups you create. Smart, easy to use, and your home screens are no more cluttered with too many program shortcuts.

Best Free Desktop Search

Gesture Search – Find a contact, a bookmark, an application, or even a music track on your device by drawing alphabets and/or numbers on the screen, and instantly launch the app associated with the search result.

Best Free Wallpaper Changer

Flikie Wallpapers HD – Auto change wallpapers from a selected folder or online from Flikie at time intervals you set, and allow you to search, save and share high quality wallpapers from a great resource.
Backgrounds – Search popular wallpapers and tap one you like to set as wallpaper or add to your favorites list. You can also enable slideshow to auto rotate wallpapers from the list at fixed time intervals.

Best Free Task Manager

TaskPanel XTRA – Conserve memory easily—just tap and kill a task instantly, kill all normal tasks (except services) with one press, or kill tasks automatically when your device enters sleep mode. Easy setting by long pressing a task to add to Ignore or Killer list.

Best Free Installer & Uninstaller

Easy Installer – Search and install applications (.apk files) from your SD card, with batch install, filtering and sorting. What’s more? long press an apk file to do more, for instance, sending an app to friends by email.
Easy Uninstaller – Search and sort the apps by name, size or date and multi-select those you wish to uninstall from your device. It makes the process easier and quicker.

Best Free Battery Manager
Battery Improve – View battery usage by call standby, bluetooth, wifi, phone idle, display and the system; check battery temperature, level and remaining time; turn off unused services, kill tasks and adjust screen and volume to save battery life. See also Task Manager.

Best Free System Monitor
SystemPanel Lite – A good system monitor to show usage of CPU, memory and storage, network traffic, active applications and internal system processes. It also doubles up as a task manager to terminate applications. See also Task Manager.

Best Free System Information
Elixir – Displays detailed specs of your device, CPU usage, memory usage, internal and external storage, display, camera, camcorder, network, wifi, GPS, sync, airplane mode, audio, light, sensors, etc.

Best Free Clipboard Manager
Clipper – A simple yet powerful clipboard and snippet manager for your mobile device to keep track of anything you copied to the clipboard and make it available right from the notification bar to view, edit and paste.

Best Free Multimedia Software for Android
Best Free Media Player
RealPlayer – Enjoy your favorite multimedia content all in one app—either watch a video, listen to music or view a slideshow of photoes. Features include select music by artists, albums, genres or ratings, photo thumbnail previews and various settings.

QQPlayer – A video player supports for most popular formats including avi, flv, mp4, 3gp, mkv, mov and more, with added features such as on-screen volume adjuster and a zoom button.

Best Free Music Player and Organizer
Astro Player Nova – More than a media player, it comes with a Music Browser to playback music by artists, albums, songs or genres, support playlists, show album arts and lyrics in your mp3 files and more. Advanced features including the equalizer are only available to the paid-for version.

GTunes Musi – Organizes and plays music by artists, albums and genres in your library, supports playlists, album art and downloads synchronized lyrics, complete with a simple interface to search and download mp3 music from the public domain via public search engines.

MyMusicOn Music Player – A good directory music player with supports for album art and lyric displays, via either online searching for synced lyrics, LRC files or lyric ID3 tags saved in your music files.

Best Free Video Sharing
YouTube – Search and view videos from the popular video sharing site YouTube with a better user interface or upload a video to YouTube right away from your mobile device.

Best Free Radio Broadcasting
TuneIn Radio – Listen to local or worldwide ratio station streams on the web, find an extensive selection of local radio, music, talk, sports and podcasts from over 40,000 stations, and preset your favorite channels at ease.

A Online Radio – A complete online radio player for your device to play any channel including mp3, m3u, pls, aac, aacp channels, shoutcast and icecast directories. You can search for channels and save them into your favorite list, plus other useful features including sleep timer.

Best Free Ringtone Changer & Maker
Zedge – Search and preview ringtones by categories, download any you like and set it as your default or contact ringtones, replacing the Android System ringtone which has fewer options. Searching wallpapers for your home screens is included. See also Wallpaper Changer.
Ringdroid – Incorporates an audio player with a volume unit (VU) meter—easy to use, just slide the start and end markers to make a ringtone by cutting an audio file down to size or recording a new one directly on your device. Supported file formats include MP3, Wav, AAC and AMR.

Best Free MP3 Tag Editor
Android Id3 – Auto fetch missing album art covers in various sizes and edit most common tag fields including artist, title, album, genre, lyrics, track, year, composer and comment. Supported formats include mp3, ogg, flac, aac, mp4, m4a and wma.

Best Free Remote Control
Gmote 2.0 – Turn your mobile device into a remote control unit to browse and play music and video files on your computer—install this app on your device and Gmote Server on your PC, once it’s set up, just sit back in a sofa and enjoy.

Best Free Image Tools for Android
Best Free Image Viewer
QuickPic – Light and fast, gives you a high-resolution thumbnail preview fit into your screen, touch or pinch to zoom, rotate and other additional features including slideshow, crop, share, set wallpaper and more.

JustPictures! – Not only can you view pictures from your SD card, but also browse photos from Picasa, Flickr, Facebook, Smugmug, Photobucket, Windows Live, Tumblr and Deviant Art in a unified and clean user interface, with slideshow and other features.

Best Free Image Editor
Photoshop Express – Edit photos on your mobile device easily—touch to crop, rotate, adjust color and add artistic effects, then save them or upload to Facebook, or TwitPic. Nice interface but no resizer is included.

PicSay – Get a picture to add titles, balloons, stickers and special effects, or to resize, crop and straighten, flip or rotate. More special effects and some advanced features are for the paid-for Pro version.

Best Free Business Card Reader
CamCard Lite – Capture business card images and save card details such as name, contact numbers and email addresses into your contacts automatically. Basic editing tools and multi-languages are supported, but more advanced features are only available to the full commercial version.
Best Free Barcode Scanner
Barcode Scanner – A small yet efficient tool by ZXing Team to scan data matrix and QR codes containing URLs, contacts, products info, etc. If you’ve not installed it on your Android device, this is the right one to use for scanning the QR code for an Android app.

QR Droid – More than a scanner, it’s also a reader and generator—scan QR codes from camera, decode them from saved images or from URLs of images, create QR codes from your contacts, installed applications, bookmarks, SMS and more.

Best Free Home & Office for Android
Best Free Office Suite
Documents To Go – View MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint files on the go, supports for doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt and pptx formats. Sadly features such as creating and editing are for paid-for full version unless they already came unlocked with your device.

Best Free PDF Reader
Adobe Reader – View PDF files clearly on selectable viewing modes such as fit-to-screen, continuous scroll or reflow text, supports for multi-touch zoom and navigation, and sharing PDF files via bluetooth or email.

Best Free E-Book Reader
Laputa Reader – Gives you a well-designed bookself for arranging, browsing and reading your collection of ebooks with features for bookmarking, page turning animation, brightness adjustment and more. You can also use it to search for free ebooks online.

Best Free Calendar
Jorte – A good calendar in a monthly or weekly view with a scheduler function and other useful features such as data import and export, acquire national holidays, sync events and tasks with Google calendar and more.

Calendar Pad – Better than the default calendar that comes with your Android devices, it allows you to see your events with text in day, week or month views in addition to other features.

Best Free Timer and Alarm Clock
StopWatch & Timer – Where to look for other than this well-designed stop watch and count down timer? It’s clean and simple, with optional colors and alarm sounds. A reliable tool to get ready for use.

AlarmDroid – Besides most basic features, it has flip-and-snooze allowing you to turn the alarm clock back into snooze mode by turning over the phone, speaking clock announcing the time and local weather conditions, music or an Internet radio stream for alarm tone, and more.

Best Free Notepad and Notebook
Evernote – Take notes, ideas, pictures and recordings with your mobile device, and sync them instantly to your Web or PC version. Not only can it index all your notes, Evernote recognizes the actual text within the pictures so that you can search them easily.

Springpad – Quick and easy to add and organize notes, tasks, reminders, bookmarks, clippings, media or anything you want to remember in one place. Better still, it’s synchronized and accessible on your device and on the web.

Catch Notes – Capture all notes including text, images, locations, ideas, reminders and snippets of information in one place, protect them with password and sync to for backup and online access.

Best Free Reminder / To-do List
Astrid Task /Todo List – Get stuff done with this easy-to-use reminder and to-do list, with an optional widget for your device’s desktop. You can also sync your list with Google Tasks and

Best Free Personal Finance
Expense Manager – Easily manage your expense and income accounts by categories and scheduled transactions. Supported features include payment alerts, expense reports and charts, password protection, import and export of account activities, etc.

pFinance – On top of Expense Manager, you can do more with stock portfolios, market overview, financial news, real-time stock quotes, market indexes and rates, currency converter, loan calculator and more.

Best Free Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Translator
Arcus Dictionary – Fast and ad-free dictionary with more than 165,000 words, definitions and synonyms without requiring network access after install, supports for text-to-speech, word hyperlinks, favorites and other options.

Wikidroid for Wikipedi – Wikipedia Mobile is good for your browser, but Wikidroid takes a step further to format articles even more perfectly for your device in a fast and sleek interface with bookmarks, select text and other features.

Google Translate – Instantly translate text between more than 50 languages with voice input and text-to-speech supports, dictionary results and more.

Best Free Calculator
RealCalc – A scientific calculator that’s fully featured and complete with unit conversions. Useful features include result history, digit grouping, 10 memories and more. Handy to use on a mobile device.

Best Free Unit and Currency Converter
Unit Converter – Wopnersoft’s Unit Converter converts most common units of measure and currency in a simple and clean design. It’s easy to use and allows for saving commonly used conversions to a favorites list.

Best Free Compass
Compass – Use this handy tool to check for direction, navigate from one place to another and for everything that is location-based. You can also easily make a quick note about the location using Catch Notes.

Best Free Internet and eMail for Android
Best Free Web Browser
Dolphin Browser HD – A powerful browser with multi-tab browsing, bookmarking and syncing, multi-touch zooming, back and forward navigation, better HTML5 support, versatile add-ons, optional mobile view and many more features.

Opera Mini – A good alternative to Android’s Web Browser to provide fast pageloads as it uses powerful servers to compress Web pages by up to 90% before sending them to your mobile device, with Speed Dial to get you to favorite sites quickly too.

Skyfire – Gives you more features with tabbed browsing, loading pages as an Android user agent or desktop browser, support for HTML5 flash videos, easy access to Facebook and Twitter news feeds, various useful settings and more.

Best Free Webmail & Email Client
Gmail – A dedicated Gmail application with email pushed automatically to your phone. Supports for multiple Gmail accounts, search and access synched messages when offline and other common features.
K-9 Mail – A powerful and open-source email client for replacement of Android’s default Email app, supporting standard protocols such as IMAP and POP3, with search, push email, multi-folder sync, flagging, signatures, bcc-self and more.

Best Free Download Manager
Download All Files – Tried to download a file but greeted with the message Content not supported? This app helps you download all file types (except for streaming media) and save email attachments to your SD card.

Best Free RSS Reader – Aggregator
Google Reader – Follow all your favorite news, sites or blogs all in one place, share them with your friends, discover and search for feeds, and sync them with the Web version so all your reading lists are always up to date.

NewsRob – Auto-syncs with Google Reader in the background and lets you read articles offline with configurable number of articles to sync and keep locally. Clean interface plus brilliant features but ads supported.

Best Free Web Search
Google Search – Search the Web, as well as the applications and contacts on your device, with this official Google Search app and get search results and suggestions instantly as you type.

Google Goggles – Snap a picture and search the web for the info you want—either it’s barcodes, print ads, landmarks, books and DVDs, contacts info, logos, some text to translate or even Sudoku puzzles to solve.

Best Free Navigation
Google Maps – An excellent mobile mapping app to get directions to go from one place to another, search for any business or place to find more info, or see where your friends are right now on the map and so on.

Best Free Blog app
Martik – Martik Panosian’s Blog News and more!
Best Free Phone and Messaging for Android

Best Free Dialer
Dialer One – Better than the default Phone app, it comes with a smart T9 dialpad with speed dial, simultaneous search on calls and contacts, horizontal swiping to navigate between call log, contacts and favorites.

Best Free Contact Manager
aContacts – Speed up searching contacts by favorites, alphabets or groups, send email or SMS to groups, complete with T9 speed dials, advanced call log, setting for grid or list view and more. Ads free.

Contact Group Manager – Easily search for a contact by group, organization or title, manage contact groups, send emails or SMS to a person or group, set group ringtones and icons, etc. The free version is supported by a small ad.

Best Free Messaging Client
GO SMS Pro – Easier to find a contact or group to send an SMS or MMS with useful features such as message popup, quick reply, messages and folders view, emoji support and more. A good replacement of the default Messaging app.

Best Free Instant Messaging
Meebo IM – Chat with friends and family on multi-protocol IM networks including ICQ, AIM, Google Talk, Yahoo, MSN, MySpace, Jabber, Meebo and more. Small file size with clean and clear design, easy to use.

Best Free Voice Activation
Vlingo Virtual Assistant – Why type when you can say something like call Charlie mobile, text Katie message are you free, search best freeware, or find coffee shops in Cambridge…? Check out what this smart app can do the next for you.

Best Free Call & Message Filter
Call & SMS Filter – Block unwanted calls and SMS easily and effectively by adding a call number to the list from your contact, call logs, message logs or manually. Features include filter records, auto response and other various settings.

Best Free Website, Server and Network for Android
Best Free Social Networking
Facebook for Android – Share your personal profile, check out news feed, send messages, upload photos and chat with friends on Facebook using this app, a better interface optimized for use on a mobile device.

Twitter – A dedicated Twitter application for Android to post a tweet on the go super simple and to discover what’s happening right now anywhere in the world.

Foursquare – Find the places around you, record the places you visit by ‘checking in’, invite friends and view their locations, broadcast your location by ‘shouting’ to friends, get their comments or insider tips and more.

Best Free Blog Publishing
Posterous – The most simple way—just tap Post—to create a site for you to share your thoughts, pictures and videos with your friends and family, not even need to create an account.
Best Free Remote Access Software
TeamViewer – Access remote computers from everywhere, give spontaneous support and access to unattended computers. Free for non-commercial use and currently available for download from developer’s homepage or by scanning the QR Code. (Review)

Best Free Network Traffic Counter
NetCounter – A great tool to keep track of your data usage over cellular and WiFi internet connections for the current day, week or month. Various options are available such as adding or removing a counter, setting duration and data alert.

Best Free Security & Privacy for Android
Best Free Anti-malware
Lookout – An easy way to protect your device and data by blocking viruses, spyware or other malware and scanning every app you install with automatic antivirus updates, backup your contacts to the web or restore data to an existing phone, find your missing phone and more. Privacy Advisor is only available to the paid-for premium version.

Best Free Apps Protection
Application Protection – Easily help protect applications and data on your device with a passcode to prevent unauthorized usage. Upon first running, press “?” to get the original code, add apps to the list then set your own unlock code.

Best Free Password Manager
KeePassDroid – Too many passwords to remember? This app helps manage passwords easily—just remember one single master password or select the key file to unlock them. A good implementation of desktop software KeePass Password Safe or even KeePassX.
Best Free Device Tracker
Prey Phone Tracker – “Once the device has been instructed to go into missing mode, the app springs into action and does whatever you’ve told it to do. You can either trace your device, lock it or delete the files on it.”

Best Free Education
Best Free Language Learning
A Word A Day – Learn today’s English word from Merriam-Webster dictionary, or download the episode and listen to it, with good examples and meaningful word origins. You can also practice your English word pronunciation with Google voice.

Best Free Sports and Games for Android
Best Free Sports Tracking
My Tracks – Record your GPS tracks and view live statistics including time, speed, distance and elevation while hiking, cycling, running or participating in other outdoor activities. You can also share your tracks by sending them to Google My Maps and Google Docs.
CardioTrainer – An excellent application to track and record your fitness activity with GPS and pedometer functions. Voice notifications, schedules and reminders, music integration and many more features are included.

Best Free Action Game
PapiJump – Tilt your device to move the Papi guy left and right for him to go up higher, game over if you let him drop. Three levels of gameplay in this simple yet addictive jumping action game.

Tank Hero – Destroy your enemies with cannons, heat seekers and howitzers, and become a tank hero with this fast paced 3D tank action game. Easy to maneuver and just tap to fire.

Labyrinth Lite – Tilt a classic or 3D wooden labyrinth and move the steel ball to the goal while shunning the holes along the path. Limited to 10 levels but you can also edit your own levels in this lite version.

NinJump – Tap to jump from one wall to the other, clear obstacles from the air but avoid them on walls, and rise to the top to become a ninja master. A game of fast action and precision, with original sound and music.

Best Free Physics and Chemistry Game
X Construction Lite – Build a strong bridge with enough supporting girders to let the train safely cross the valley. Is it possible that your bridge collapses even before the train starts moving? Give it a try.

Angry Birds – Use the unique powers of angry birds to destroy the fortresses of pigs who stole their eggs. A challenging physics-based gameplay in 195 levels needing logic, skill and force to solve.

Pinball Deluxe – A nicely designed pinball game with three different tables and unique play styles—Carnival, Space and Underwater—with precise physics, gorgeous graphics, optional sound and vibration effects.

Alchemy Classic – Start with four basic elements—Air, Earth, Water and Fire—and combine them to create new elements. How do you make Stone and Alcohol, or can you get a total of 238 elements?

Best Free Match-3 Puzzle
Jewels – Like Bejeweled match-3 puzzle, it’s an addictive game good to play for hours in three challenging modes—normal, timed and infinite, with nice graphics and sounds, supports for resuming games, saving local and global scores.

Bubble Blast 2 – Touch and burst bubbles to trigger a chain reaction in order to eliminate them, complete at least 20 levels in the Puzzle mode before you’re allowed to enter the Arcade mode. A good game of guess and check with plenty of addictive levels.

Puzzle Blox Arcade! – Enjoy this award-winning match-3 game inspired by Tetris, Bubble Breaker and Bejeweled. It comes with a different twist with unique tilt-and-touch game play and endless play modes for all ages.

Best Free Word Game
wordoid! – Hone your linguistic skills and form words on the letter grid within seconds in this simple yet challenging game, featuring wildcards, bonus tiles and high scores.

Best Free Jawbreaker
Bebbled – Pop the bubbles in this easy-to-play and entertaining game, featuring dynamic difficulty levels and different types of gameplay in three modes—Campaigns, Freestyle and Online.

Best Free Card Game
250+ Solitaire Collection – More than 250 Solitaire card games including Freecell, Klondike, Canfield and others in one place, with undo and redo moves, help for rules and demo for each game.

Hearts Deluxe – Embrace the Queen and shoot the moon by winning all 13 Hearts and the Queen of Spades in this well-designed Hearts game with sound and animation effects. The Omnibus variant for winning the Jack of Diamonds is optional.

Best Free Computer Chess
Chess – Play chess against the computer in 10 levels or Internet chess by connecting to the FICS servers. Useful features include save and load games, import and export games in pgn format, set up the board, puzzles, and support UCI engines including Robbolito, Stockfish and Bikjump. Better still, no annoying ads.

Best Free Sudoku
OpenSudoku – A simple open-source sudoku game with clean and clear design. In addition to the preloaded 90 puzzles in 3 difficulty levels, you can also get more free puzzles of higher levels online to import into OpenSudoku easily. See also Google Goggles.

Best Free Casual Game
Talking Tom Cat Free – A popular fun game to cheer you up for a good moment—talk to Tom and he will repeat everything you say with a funny voice, pet his body to make him purr, or otherwise he will yawn or sneeze… Definitely a good try and other variations are available, mind the file size though.

Paper Toss – Getting bored at work? Try this casual game to toss a ball of crumpled paper into a metal trash basket, bearing in mind that paper can be blown by the wind to the left or right from a fan spinning at varying speed. Six levels of difficulty, easy to play and oddly satisfying.

Best Free Reversi
Reversi Free – Flip your way to victory by challenging the CPU engine with 10 difficulty levels or going for a 2-player game, plus features like hint, save and resume, animation and sound effects, optional piece sets and boards.

Best Free Dressup Game
Androidify – Dress up the little green Android, customize and stretch or shrink it, then save and share it with your friends, set it as a photo in your contact book or use it as an avatar. It’s fun and more than a game.

Pinky Dressup – Help your children strengthen their imagination with this popular dressup game especially among girls, with preview, save and share features and lots of dressing items and themes to play.

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Tips For Making The Most Out Of Your Android – Article

You probably chose your Android smartphone for many good, strong reasons. You respected that Android smartphones are powerful, versatile devices that allow users to have almost unlimited customization options that iPhone and BlackBerry users just don’t get to enjoy.
More and more people are choosing to get smartphones, and many of these individuals are also choosing Android powered phones. This means more and more people, possibly yourself included, are new to smartphones and the Android operating system.As new users start to get comfortable with their devices, tips and tricks can help them to get settled in with their new phone, and these tips are designed to do just that.
Prolong Battery Life
You will probably come to rely on your smartphone, and you need it to get you through the day.However, many users start to suffer from excessive battery drain and have to plug their smartphone in almost everywhere they go.
Battery drain is annoying, and it is something that can be avoided. You can prolong battery life for you Android powered smartphone by turning of the Bluetooth and GPS services when you are not using them. Additionally, be sure to terminate apps or services that are running even though you aren’t using them.
Back Up
Phones are no longer just phones! Your smartphone is a small computer, and like your PC, it should be backed up. You can do many different things to back up your phone and protect your data, but some solutions are easier than others.
Use Dropbox or another cloud app to upload all of your data for safe keeping. Also, a quick regular sync to your computer can help to ensure your current information and contacts are secure in case of data loss, phone damage, or even theft.
Disable Screen Rotation
A great feature, screen rotation can really be quite helpful, making it a top feature. Unfortunately, screen rotation can also be very annoying; a slight shift in position may cause your screen orientation to shift, flipping the content and making you lose your place.
You don’t have to deal with this; you can lock your phone into an orientation. To stop screen rotation, select “display” from your “settings” menu. You will just need to check or un-check the area that allows or disables auto-rotation. Uncheck the box to lock your device in portrait mode.
Close Apps Manually
Remember that your Android smartphone is actually a small computer. Just like with your PC, sometimes an application can act up and cause trouble. This means that occasionally an app is stuck, and you are unable to close it with ease.
This can be fixed by a visit to your “settings” menu. There you should choose “applications.” From the list that will appear, seek out the problematic app and choose the “force stop” option. Even though a warning will pop up, you should go ahead with the action if you want that frozen app to close.
Clear Your Browser History
You should regularly clear out your browser data. By clearing browser history often, you protect your privacy, maximize available storage, and much more. To clear your browser history, you take similar steps as you would to clear your computer’s browser.
The particular steps taken vary for all browsers, but all will be essentially similar. In the browser’s settings, you should find many options to delete data from history, caches, and more. You can choose to delete it all if you would like, but select delete the options that you would like to clear up some space or keep your browsing private.

Top Android Paid Apps for Free !!

Today I am going to provide you Android Paid Apps completely for just download it and enjoy the software and Application without paying anything.keep visiting us if you liked these softwares.

 Talking Tom Cat
Talking Tom repeats everything you say with a funny voice.Talking Tom repeats everything you say with a funny voice. You can pet him, poke him, you can even grab his tail.
★★★ How to Play: ★★★

✔ Talk to Tom and he will repeat everything you say with a funny voice.
✔ Pet his body or head to make him purr.
✔ Poke his head, belly or feet.
✔ Grab his tail.
✔ Pour a glass of milk for him to drink.
✔ Forget about him and he will yawn or sneeze.
★★★ Press Menu -> Settings to: ★★★
✔ Turn off the more violent actions
✔ Make him listen longer before repeating
✔ Clear the Facebook/YouTube login data



(2)  OfficeSuite Pro 6 + (PDF & HD)

Create, view, edit, print and share Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files and attachments and view PDF files on your Android based phone with a single complete feature-rich mobile office solution. The software utilizes the most commonly used desktop document formats and also includes a File Browser and integration with Google Docs, DropBox, Box and SugarSync to help you manage your local, remote files and email attachments. OfficeSuite Pro is an essential productivity application offering greater office efficiency than ever anywhere, anytime.

(3) TuneIn Radio

TuneIn is a new way to listen to the world through live local and global radio from wherever you are. Whether you want music, sports, news or current events, TuneIn offers over 50,000 stations and 1.2 million on-demand programs for you to choose from. The TuneIn Radio Pro app for Android puts this entire experience in the palm of your hand with the added benefit of recording what you’re listening to (requires memory card).
Important Update: This new version of TuneIn (5.3) includes Car Mode, which lets you listen to your favorite music, sports and news simply by speaking a command into your Android phone or tablet. This update also includes extra large buttons for easy viewing and control.


These Apps are actually paid app which are available in Android market but we have provide it for free.Enjoy using these software for free and thus visit us regularly for more.

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