Four apps of the week for the user’s benefit
The apps may not be the most popular, but they provide a lot of benefits for the user
Here is a list of apps that may not be the best-selling or very flashy, but give you a lot of benefits, should you choose to install them on your mobile device.
- Calendar Status – With this app you are able to check in on your agenda without having to open other apps or placing widgets. Basically all you have to do is pull the status bar and everything from your schedule will be presented just the way you want it. Calendar Status puts your Android device’s Calendar into the notification drawer and it’s the easiest way to check it. The app was last updated to version 1.4 on December 31, 2013. Its size is 1.5M and it requires Android 4.0 and up.
- Tropica – This app is designed for all you aquarium enthusiasts out there. Following the instructions in this guide will give you the guidance to ensure success with your aquarium. You get information about various plants and planted fresh water tanks and this app will walk you through setting up your own high-tech, CO2 injected aquarium. Tropica was last updated to version 1.0 on May 11th, 2012. Its size is 429K and it requires Android 2.2 and up.
- Tweetings for Twitter – This app is a powerful Twitter Client for Android devices. The biggest thing that is has going for it are the proper push notifications. It runs onver 3G or WiFi for mentions, Direct Messages, when you get a new follower, when you are retweeted and more. Connections open to Twitter aren’t being kept on the device itself, but on the servers of this app, they do all the hard work. Tweetings was last updated to version 184.108.40.206 on December 30th, 2013. Its size is 4.1M and it requires Android 4.0 and up.
- Snapdragon – This app is a very useful battery life saver that extends the performance and improves overall user experience by intelligently making changes that optimize the functionality of the device in phones with a Snapdragon mobile processor. This app doesn’t require any user configuration, it learns the user’s behavior, deepening its understanding of the person in question and optimizes the experience based on it. Snapdragon was last updated to version 2.1.1 on December 20th, 2013. Its size is 6.1M and it requires Android 4.0 and up.
Source: Android Central