There are a lot of great apps on Android Market. When you navigate from the website, it is pretty hard to find the desired apps you want to install, sometimes it is really boring. Here is a short list of free apps that gain population among Android Users.
Springpad sounds great: It’s a free, Web-based productivity service that lets you clip Web pages and create multimedia notes, shopping lists, to-do reminders, and more. It includes social sharing–you can follow other users and share notes with them–and also integrates with Twitter and Facebook.
IMO Chat Instant Messenger
If you have friends that use a variety of different IM services and you don’t want to have to switch between individual apps, IMO Chat will feel like a godsend. It connects to AIM, Facebook Chat, GTalk, and Yahoo (and a few others); it also permits you to be signed in to multiple accounts at once. IMO Chat is great for chatting with coworkers on GTalk, while saying hello to friends on Facebook.
Tweetcaster For Twitter
Tweetcaster is a colorful and cartoony app that lets you update and view your Twitter and Facebook accounts. If one of your friends likes to blast several hundred tweets at once, you can temporarily hide those tweets until you see fit. The app can also show you tweets for local happenings.
Free Perfect for anyone who can’t stand spelling errors, this app can help you make sure that you never misspell another word. It can also read words back to you aloud (in case you don’t know how to pronounce them), and it has a thesaurus mode, as well.
Hipmunk Finding the perfect (and most affordable) flight for your vacation can be tedious, but Hipmunk alleviates some of the pain. The app presents flights on a timeline and cleverly sorts them by agony level, taking into account how long you’ll be traveling and how many stops you’ll make.