The best apps in the Android market for newcomers of the Google operating system for smartphones mobile phones and Smartphones with the operating system by Google called Android are enjoying increasing popularity. The Android market (the equivalent of Apple’s app store on the iPhone and iPad) has grown rapidly in the last few months and offers an incredible number of apps. In this article you will presented five apps for Android beginners that are very useful for starting with a Smartphone. It does not explicitly pre-installed apps such as Gmail and Google maps. Dropbox: Dropbox is something like an online hard drive.

A dropbox account is free of charge (if you come out with 2 gigabytes of memory) and you can save not only from the PC data there but also mobile store data there with this Android app or retrieve. Particularly useful for example for important documents on travel (scanned passport…). Twitter for Android: Twitter is one of the biggest trends in social media and the developer of the US startups also have a released official app. The app is perhaps not as feature strong like about TweetDeck or Seesmic, but has by far the most beautiful graphics and is very user friendly. Very much recommended for beginners.

Facebook for Android: the world’s largest network. Of course, this app is mandatory if you use Facebook. Especially sense of Facebook places, doing mobile phone always the current position can tell with GPS. Angry Birds: The game most popular by far in the Android market. After it finally has been ported from the iPhone, you can shoot well on Android with the colorful birds – addictive! Google goggles: Finally an app that has still no tangible benefit, but the future possibilities clearly represents. With Google goggles you can with a mobile phone camera shots and check directly to known patterns. Goggles for example easily detects logos of well-known brands or even all types of lettering and forwards quickly to the respective home page. There are of course many more apps for Android phones that are definitely worth a look. Simply visit the Android market and look around. John Jansen