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The Financial Times is one of the best news apps for Android. The no-fuss design lets you find the news most relevant to you, while the editorial content is top-notch, something you’d expect from one of the world’s leading news institutions. With a powerful search function and al all new, simplified and minimalist app UI, the is the FT app everyone has been waiting for.
The Economist Espresso
The Economist Espresso is a great “lite” news app. It brings you six stories every day directly to your smartphone before breakfast to tell you what’s going on in the world today. You can expect the best international and business news with the quality you’re used to from one of the most respected publications on the planet–all packaged in a beautiful app.
LinkedIn Job Search
I like how easy it is to filter and look through your options to decide what you want to apply for, or connect with the company or HR rep that posted the job.
this is the official NASA app for Android. It features the latest images, videos, mission information, news, feature stories, tweets, NASA TV and featured content from the leading space agency. Currently it’s got over 14,000 images you can view and an encyclopedia of knowledge about our universe. The coolest feature, though, is being able to watch live NASA shuttle launches and other events right in the app.
I have been able to scan several very important documents that I needed access to immediately during court hearings! They printed beautifully right from my phone, no issues! Thank you for such an awesome app that is free, i have only ever had the app “force close” on me once or twice for that reason I wouldn’t think a lower rating is deserved! Lastly, I don’t think I have ever truly had any issues.
Alto – Email Organized for You
Alto is the email client for those who are sick of email clients. The app makes retrieving the important information from your emails–across all your email accounts–easy. The feature I love the most is the real time travel updates. Alto automatically pulls your upcoming flight details–including any changes–and presents them on a widget so you have easy access to crucial information. Alto works with Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo!, iCloud, Hotmail, AOL Mail, Exchange, IMAP, and corporate accounts.
Couchsurfing Travel App
Before the was Airbnb, there was Couchsurfing – a service where people could post an available couch or room for travelers to crash in for free. Couchsurfing lives on, and this is the official app of the service. With it you can find willing hosts is over 230,000 cities across the globe. But best of all is the app’s “Hangouts” section, which shows you other travelers nearby who are free to hangout–something that is great for the lonely traveler.
3G 4G WiFi Maps & Speed Test
Are you ever sick of being in an area with a weak cellular signal? If only you knew which direction to move in you might be able to get a stronger signal and actually hear the person you are trying to talk to. That’s the idea behind 3G 4G WiFi Maps & Speed Test by OpenSignal. The app allows you to see cell towers around your area on a map, and the signal compass points you in the direction you need to walk in to improve your connection immediately. Not only does it show cell towers, it also shows Wi-Fi routers. Plus coverage maps allow you to see the best places for 2G, 3G, and 4G coverage.
These are some of our better finishing apps, if you have any suggestions, please tell us in the comments.