If you’re an Android user, the chances are pretty good that you’ve wasted some valuable time (and maybe money) on useless or deceiving apps in the Android Market. That “Tetris” clone? Not so great. That Twitter client? Not worth the $3 you just spent. As Android gains smartphone market share, the number of big-name, quality app designers is increasing; but there’s still an awful lot of crap out there.
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking to avoid wasting time on stupid free apps, or looking to make the most out of a pocket-sized budget; you’ll need some guidance if you want to find the best games, utilities, and other apps out there (because popular doesn’t always equal quality).
Here are some of the best sources for Android app reviews to help you in your quest for mobile software perfection:
If you’re going to get advice on which apps to download from the Market, make sure you get it from the guys who know a thing or two about mobile technology.
- Android and Me
The go-to source for Android news also has its fair share of Android reviews to help you make the most of your pocket-sized budget.
Big-name apps and high-quality dark-horse apps all get fairplay on this blog that will surely satisfy your daily hunger for more apps.
Believe it or not, the tech experts at Cnet have set their sights on the mobile world and offer up their reviews of some of the more popular apps available in the Android Market.
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