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PostSubject: Part 2 (15-30)   Fri Aug 24, 2012 4:40 am

15.BaconReader for Reddit
BaconReader delivers an
appealing, Android-only interface for checking and participating in
Reddit, the popular social news site. It includes features like
subreddit grouping, keyword filtering, and direct photo uploads.

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16.BBC
Any Radio 1 fans out there? The
Beeb is perhaps my all-time favorite general news source. Its mobile app
doesn't disappoint, letting you watch video reports, listen to live
radio, clip articles for offline reading, and read the latest updates on
the fly.

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17.CNN
Regardless of your take on CNN's
editorial content, they do know how to deliver it on a mobile device.
Their Android UI is intuitive and buttery-smooth, serving the latest
stories by category, embedded videos, and plenty of sharing options. You
can also listen to CNN Radio within the app.

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18.NewsRob
NewsRob is an RSS/Atom
newsreader that syncs both ways with your Google Reader account. Its UI
obviously borrows a lot from Google Reader, but NewsRob adds offline
caching and many other configurable features, like how many unread items
to display at once. Plus, NewsRob seems to sync faster than other
Google Reader wrappers.https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.newsrob&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImNvbS5uZXdzcm9iIl0.

19.Pulse
Pulse is everyone's favorite
news reader. You can aggregate your favorite publications on one clean,
snappy, gorgeous interface. Pulse also makes it easy to share articles,
sync for offline reading, or simply scan quickly for headlines,
Twitter-style.https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphonso.pulse&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwyLDEsImNvbS5hbHBob25zby5wdWxzZSJd

20.StumpleUpon
Ever open your browser with
nowhere to go? StumbleUpon feeds you new Web content with a single tap.
It's the mobile version of the tremendously popular Web application of
the same name. You can follow people and brands, plus select from over
500 interests, to make your "random" content more relevant.

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21.Dictionary.com
What makes the Dictionary.com
app useful is that the information is local. Rather than wait for the
website Dictionary.com to load, you can look up dictionary definitions
immediately from the app. The free version of the app has
advertisements, but the $1.99 paid version does not.https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dictionary

22.Google Maps
Google Maps has long helped
people navigate streets, landmarks, parks, and other outdoor locations
all over the world. In November, Google added an indoor navigation
feature that helps you confidently trespass airports, shopping malls,
and other large buildings.I suppouse every phone have this app but what you know.

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23.Google Translate
If you haven't yet tried Google
Translate, an app that can translate text in more than 50 languages, put
it on your Android phone today and give it a whirl. You can use the
phone's microphone to pick up spoken dialogue and have it translated
into another language.

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24.Hanping Chinese Dictionary
Now that Chinese is the second
most popular language in the world, chances are, you're going to hear it
at some point. Hanping Chinese Dictionary is a full-featured
Chinese-English offline dictionary that supports traditional/simplified
Chinese characters, and reads aloud Chinese words aloud in an authentic
accent.

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25.IMDb Movies & TV
The next time you can't remember
the name of an actor, television show, or film, IMDb Movies & TV
saves the day. One of the handiest reference websites on the planet,
IMDb never fails when it comes to looking up anything that has to do
with TV, film, or Hollywood. The app also lets you find which movies are
playing at your local cinema, and even purchase tickets. With an IMDb
account (free or paid for Pro), the app provides even more features,
like the ability to create a watchlist of movies you want to see.

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26.OverDrive Media Console
OverDrive lets you borrow EPUB
eBooks and audiobooks in MP3 format, from a global network of more than
13,000 libraries. The biggest drawback is that you have to store files
locally, which hogs both memory and battery.

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27.SoundHound
Soundhound identifies virtually
any song you hear or sing. Yes, it's similar to Shazaam, but with a lot
more features, like geo-tagging, music sales, and music videos.https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.melodis.midomiMusicIdentifier.freemium&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImNvbS5tZWxvZGlzLm1pZG9taU11c2ljSWRlbnRpZmllci5mcmVlbWl1bSJd

28.WebMD for Android
WebMD is much more than a
diagnosis app, although you certainly can use it to input symptoms you
are experiencing and find some clues as to what's ailing you. It also
contains listings for healthcare professionals and pharmacies in your
area, as well as first-aid guides—simple instructions for dealing with
an emergency that everyone should have accessible at any time. This free
reference app is one you hope you don't need, but, the moment you do,
you'll be glad you downloaded it.

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29.Urban Dictionary
Want to improve your street
cred? UrbanDictionary.com is a popular user generated source of modern
slang. This unofficial app includes everything you'll find on its
Website, plus a word of the day, so you can impress your bourgeois
friends with unfamiliar phrases like "pulling a Kim Kardashian" or "Rick
Perry Strong" or "Blackberry roulette."https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.citc.ud&feature=related_apps#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEwOSwiY29tLmNpdGMudWQiXQ

30.Wikipedia for Android
Our favorite cheat sheet
launched an official Android app in January, allowing you to fluidly
search, clip, and share entries through your device. There are loads of
third-party clients, but this is the cleanest, most authentic Wikipedia
experience available in the Android Market.


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