3 years ago |
By Brent W. Hopkins, PCWorld
This app claims to post text and photos to multiple social networks, but it fails to work as advertised.
Become a social networking power user with an app that lets you post status updates, links, and photos to multiple or individual social networks with just the press of a button.
This beta app lets you post text and images to your Posterous blog, but it crashes frequently and is recommended only for users who are willing to help the developer with bug reports and feature requests.
This free app is highly recommended for anyone who wants to learn more about the nations of the world.
Use this app to remotely lock and track your lost phone, as well as to back up, wipe, and restore some of your private data.
LastPass for Dolphin HD
This app provides a limited but useful subset of functionality to LastPass Premium password sync service subscribers.
LastPass for Premium Customers
This app is so-so if you already have a Premium account with the LastPass password sync service, but otherwise it provides little incentive to upgrade.
This app allows you to upload, access, and share files, but it lacks some basic features available in the Web version.
This fun app, which works with a Slingbox, connects to your TV and home network to stream broadcasts across the Internet.
This service is one of the best ways to find and stream music with your Android phone.
Skype for Android lets you make free VoIP calls and text-chat with your Skype contacts, but it lacks video and works only on a Wi-Fi connection.
This free app, used by thousands of health-care professionals, is a valuable source of information about prescription drugs and their interactions.
This app offers access to a vast amount of content, but it has an annoying bug and delivers fewer features than the stock Android Web browser.
Type N Walk
This Android app is so bad, it must be a joke.
This app will let you upload your geotagged photos to Google's Panoramio directly from your phone, but it has a couple of annoying bugs.
Articles by Brent W. Hopkins