1) Pulse (free)
Pulse is a beautiful application which make following your favorite websites easy. Share an article , save it for later, sync with your Google reader and read it on your other devices. It’s hard to ignore once you start using it.
A must for people who read a lot on-line or follow a lot of feeds.
This Cross platform chat application makes connecting with your friends a breeze. Loaded with features like image, location, audio, video and contact sharing this stands out among other applications in this category. Group Chat feature is a lifesaver and the best part it uses the phone number we have on our devices instead of usernames.
3) Drive (free)
Google apps never cease to amaze. Drive is an extension of Google docs or Google Drive whatever you prefer. With the recent updates editing documents on phone has become so easy. Mark your favorite file for off-line viewing, access files anywhere : browser , computer , tablet or phone.
There a tons of feature which we haven’t cross checked yet but worth mentioning
*View Google presentations with full animations and speaker notes
* Take a photo of printed text and convert it to Google Docs format
* Print files stored in Google Drive on the go using Google Cloud Print
Throw away your connecting cable once you install this application, it uses the browser to access all your files,music, photos in one place . Get Real-time ROM, SD Card, Battery, CPU and RAM status report along with your files all on one screen. Connect using bar code or pass code and get blown away. It’s one stop device and content manager you will ever need.
It’s the first paid app we are covering, hopefully not the last, and boy is it good. Simple and fun and a total of 150 levels and more to come as claimed by developers. Check out the video below.
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