Android is the fastest growing Operating System, currently. Android supports well over 5 millions apps which makes it the closest competitor to the iOS. The best thing about Android is its large app support, versatility, easy-of-use etc. There are both – Free as well as paid apps in the Google Play store. And when it comes to free apps, you will surely find millions of them in the Google Play Store so which one of these are actually good? Well, that’s what we will be telling you – Top 5 Free Apps for Android – 2012. The apps mentioned here are all free, at least at the time when this article was written.
Game – Temple Run
If you want to kill the boredom then Temple Run is the best game for you. This is a free game app and has even been listed #1 in Top Free Apps in Google Play Store. This game is all about running madly from the Monkeys of the temple. You have to prevent falling from the track, getting caught by monkeys and at the same time you need to collect coins. To add some spice, you have to keep an eye on the obstacles. With time, the running speed and the frequency of obstacles increase.
Browser – Dolphin Browser
For browsing the internet, we need a browser and there are a hell lot of free browsers in the Play Store but Dolphin Browser is the best among them. It supports gesture browsing, speech recognition, tabbed browsing etc. You can save bookmarks, download the page etc. Dolphin Browser is fun to use.
Cloud Storage – DropBox
For cloud storage, I strongly suggest you the free DropBox app. For making this app work, you need a DropBox account which is completely free to create. Once done, you will get 2GB free DropBox. You can sync your photos, videos, songs, files etc to the DropBox and access them from anywhere in the world.
News – Pulse News
For reading news, Pulse News is the best app. The app works on a simple principle, you have to just add the RSS Feed URL of your favorite site and this app will get all the latest updates from multiple sites at a single point. This app is like the Google Reader. Pulse News is quite light too, and you can add ultimate news sites.
Social Media – Twitter and Facebook
We couldn’t stop ourselves from listing these two apps in this list. Both of these apps are totally free. These two apps are really light and very fast two.
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