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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by david1806, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. david1806

    david1806 Member
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    Hi all
    Firstly, apologies if this has been asked a thousand times. I did a quick search but no joy.
    Anyhows, I wondered if I could get some addresses of sites that review android apps. I'm looking for mainly free apps. Looking for a good money manager, organiser, word processer (like windows office word) and other things.
    Also, any good strategy games? Like Civilization/Age of Empires et el...
    Thanks in advance

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  2. Harry2

    Harry2 Extreme Android User

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  3. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor

    Money Manager - currently using Andromoney. Nice simple and easy to use. Expense Manager is also good

    Organiser - I use a combination of Astrid, TouchWiz Calendar, Class Buddy Pro and Android Agenda Widget. I use Astrid + TouchWiz Calendar simply because I like the Astrid reminders and that it syncs to its own website from where you can share tasks with others easily. Its good for managing group work at school (hence Class Buddy Pro as well which has a free version). Jorte would accomplish most of what Astrid+Calendar does though.

    Word Processor - I'm pretty satisfied with ThinkFree (but that came built in with the phone)
  4. david1806

    david1806 Member
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    Thanks chanchan, I'll have a look now
  5. david1806

    david1806 Member
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    Andromoney is the one for me- it's excellent! Thanks again.still playing around with astrid
  6. david1806

    david1806 Member
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    Oh, and I meant an actual word processor that can create documents.... Any ideas?
  7. TheHoodedClaw

    TheHoodedClaw Well-Known Member

    Appstorm is pretty good for app reviews, plus there are some good app reviews right here.

    Carcassonne is a nice little strategy game, though not on the level of Civilization, which I love. I have seen Age of Empire in the Android market, but haven't tried it.
  8. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor

    Yes, thinkfree can create documents. But not sure if its free from the market. Usually free office apps are read only and you have to pay for create and edit features.
  9. Harry2

    Harry2 Extreme Android User

    A free office app for to create MS Office docs is OliveOffice.
    But I think it's under delopment ;)
    So you have to see if you can live with it ...

    For me the best Android office app (but not free) is DocumentsToGo.
    For only reading docs the app is free.

  10. lekky

    lekky Lover

    DocumentsToGo is really great +1

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