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Which are the Top Android Apps Using for Your Motorola Droid

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by snow2010, Apr 3, 2010.

  1. snow2010

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  2. idigital

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    I have used the Blackberry in the past for business. It's ok, but I'd like more and the ability to use Android Apps.I currently use email (work & personal), calandar functions, text, and facebook on the Blackberry. I'm not sure how good the Droid will be in sync work email and calandar functions. Is the Motorola Droid easy to use for business? Any advice?
     
  3. Cuda13

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    If you are used to using Outlook Exchange for business you would definitely want the Touchdown app. If your server supports active sync it will take care of your e-mail, calender, etc. I too was using a curve 8330 but love the Droid more. Might not have switched without Touchdown though.
     
  4. karltone

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    Gphone manager, ebuddy, spc sms, wifinder, andexplorer, appbrain, appsaver.... all applications i have gotten a lot of use out of. And were also all free.
     
  5. AFAngryWarrior

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    My favorite is the built in Voice Navigation. Anytime a friend gets in my car and sees my phone they say "Couldnt afford a TomTom" and when I simply say "Navigate to Mall" and it routes itself to the local mall all without fumbling around inputting addresses. Besides the maps I use ASTRO File Manager more than anything, APKatcher so that people can emeail me a program so I can install from email instead of market. I LOVE Swype keyboard, can't live without it. Looking forward to the HTC incredible because now I know I{'ll never use the keypad on the droid we'll have to deal with it.
     
  6. takeshi

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    "Business" is too vague to go on. You'd need to be very specific about your email server and what you're currently using for your calendar.
     

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