I’ll have been a loyal and constant Android phone user for four years as of this coming February. I’ve enjoyed several Android phones, beginning with the T-Mobile G1, and ending with the phone I’ve had now for a little over a year, the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide (I know, I know, there are plenty of snazzy touchscreen-only phones out there, including the Samsung Galaxy S3. Sorry, but I need a tangible keyboard to fall back on at times!).
I love, love, love Android, and the integration of Google products and Android apps. Here are three randomly selected favorite Android apps of mine:
- Seesmic Ping: Seesmic Ping is a multiple social network update app that lets you send one update to multiple social networks. Pick and choose which networks to send to. Send just a message, or a message with multimedia attached. Send messages right away, or schedule them to be sent later. It’s quick and easy, and most importantly, reliable.
- Out of Milk: Out of Milk is the Android app that syncs seamlessly with OutOfMilk.com. Register or sign in, then create and/or add to shopping lists or to-do lists. My husband and I have a shopping list synced so we can stay up to date with shopping needs (as well as wants).
- aCar: aCar is a car maintenance tracker app I have been using for several years now. I use it just for tracking gas consumption (fill-ups, costs, MPG averages) for both our vehicles, but you can also track services, trips, and other expenses.