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PostSubject: Part 3 (31-45)   Sat Aug 25, 2012 11:05 pm

31.Adaptu Wallet Personal Finance
Ad-free Adaptu Wallet is really giving Mint.com a run for its money. This financial management app packs a lot of great features for entry- to mid-level budgeting enthusiasts, like tracking loyal programs, creating spending forecasts, and storing photos of insurance and business cards.

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32.Astrid Task/Todo List
Create and manage the ultimate power to-do list with Astrid, which has topped numerous "Best of Android" charts for its clean, simple UI and innumerable customizable features. The app helps you organize events, shopping lists, vacations, and followup notes after a meeting. Syncs seamlessly with Google.

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33.Catch Notes
Catch is a free cloud-based service that lets you save notes of all kinds--audio memos, typed notes, and photos. It’s similar to Evernote, and its well customized for Android phones, so if Evernote isn’t quite your speed but you’re looking for something similar, Catch is worth a try.

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34.Dropbox
If your files live all over the place—your office computer, home desktop, laptop—having a dependable syncing program is a must. Dropbox, the service that lets you store your files in the cloud and access them from anywhere you have a signal, fills that role nicely with an Android app. Dropbox updated its Android app to 2.0 in December, streamlining the interface and adding numerous features for an even slicker experience. College kids can receive 500MB for free.

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35.Evernote
If you weren't an Evernote early adopter, the freemium note-taking and organization app that synchs all your files to a cloud service, there's no shame in being late to the party. On an Android phone, Evernote works smoothly, looks great, and most importantly, integrates with dozens of other apps and services.

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36.Mint.com
The website and service Mint.com helps you keep detailed account of your finances by connecting to your bank and credit card accounts and tracking all the money you earn and spend. The Android app extends the experience so users can keep an eye on their spending better while on the go. Just enter a few data points in your Android phone as you spend, and you'll be able to see your spending patterns as an easy-to-read chart.

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37.Springpad
This note-taking app lets users create and personalize "smart" notebooks for any topic or area of interest. The latest version, Springpad 3.0, takes some inspiration from Pinterest by allowing users to make their notebooks public, follow other users' public notebooks, and "spring" items to their own notebooks.

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38.Google Voice
Google Voice offers low-cost international voice calls and unlimited free text messages for a unique Google Voice phone number. An update in November adds group text messaging, offline voicemail, and "improved" text message notifications.

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39.GoSms PRO
Go SMS Pro is the SMS/MMS app for power Android users. You can send "short" messages containing text, voice, doodles, and photos. There's a lot of room for tinkerers to customize themes, messages, and folders for storage.

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40.IMO Instant Messanger
Multi-purpose instant message apps can falter on mobile phones, crashing frequently or draining the phone's battery. While it's not perfect, IMO Instant Messenger is by far one of the lesser offenders. Another reason it's better than some others is it supports instant messaging across an impressive 11 networks (both popular and relatively obscure) including MSN, Yahoo!, AIM/ICQ, Google Talk, Myspace, Skype, Facebook,Jabber, imo, VKontakte, and Hyves.

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41.Skype
To be perfectly clear, I don't think Skype is "the best" communication app for Android, but it's one of those tools that I will continue to use because other people use it, too, and so it's often the quickest way to get in touch with certain people. In short, the Skype app is one that I rely on, even though it has some functional limitations (namely, no support for front-facing cameras, as well as taxing the battery pretty severely).

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42.WhatsApp Messanger
Send unlimited text, photo, audio messages to anyone in the world, as long as both of you are connected to the Internet. Its UI may not be as slick as KakaoTalk, but it's hugely popular and multi-platform (talks to your iOS and BlackBerry friends).

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43.Badoo
Badoo isn't known as the "flirting app" for nothing. Badoo uses your phone's GPS to locate other members in your area, displaying their Badoo profiles which contain likes, dislikes, and photos. You can use the app to chat with other members and arrange offline meetings. Badoo boasts more than 140 million members around the world.

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44.Plume
Plume is, hands-down, the best Twitter client for Android. Recently updated for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Plume uses the horizontal, column-based stream seen in many Twitter clients. However it adds a home tab with widgets to access Trends, Lists, Favorites, and Search bar. There's also plenty of room for customizing your interface, from font size to the color of your timeline.

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45.Word Press
WordPress is one of the most popular blogging platforms, boasting over 25 million software downloads and 15,000 plug-ins. If you wish to blog while away from your computer, this WordPress app will let you do just that, but on your Android phone. Bloggers can quickly create drafts, edit posts, and approve comments without the need for a Mac or PC.

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