There is a significant number of mobile phone apps designed exclusively for Android phones available at the Android Market. The Android Market is accessible via your home computer or by utilizing your mobile broadband service on your Android phone. Many of the Android apps are normal enough, consisting of the usual games and puzzles, but there are several apps that I consider outstanding, and even a few that are just plain weird. The 5 Best Weird Android Apps: Some of the greatest apps found in the Android Market are practical, useful and informative, and they can be quickly downloaded to your Android using the device’s mobile broadband feature. 1. Tiny Flashlight + LED utilizes the LED flash component of your Android’s camera to turn your phone into a flashlight. Best of all, the app is free, and is supported by nearly all Android devices. 2. Ultimate Coin Toss is a free Android app that replaces the need to carry coins in the event of a coin toss. Whether you choose heads or tails, flip a coin (available in multiple currencies), and let fate decide the outcome. 3. Where, is a free Android app which utilizes your phones location to direct you to nearby businesses and events. Useful if you find yourself asking “Where?” on a frequent basis. 4. Car Locator will remember where you parked your vehicle and lead you back to it with step-by-step directions. For less than $4, you will never again roam the streets in search of your car. 5. Juice Defender Ultimate extends the life of your Android’s battery for just $4.99. The app manages all other installed apps, and prevents them from running in the background and draining your battery. The 5 Weirdest Android Apps: The Android Market is also home to some incredibly weird (and perhaps even pointless) apps. Before using your Android’s mobile broadband to download any app, check the user reviews for reliability and device support issues. 1. Crack My Screen is designed to be a practical joke app. The free Android app runs in the background, and when some unknowing person touches the phone, the screen will appear to shatter. The app is far from realistic, however, as advertisements appear on top of the cracked screen. 2. I Eat Cockroaches is another free practical joke app for Android phones. The intent is to fool people into thinking that you are actually eating and drinking cockroaches. However, the app is hardly believable and the idea of eating even one cockroach is off-putting. 3. Talking Tom Cat lets you talk to a cartoon cat, who will then repeat your words in a silly voice. For only 99 cents, it’s a weird, yet thoroughly entertaining Android app. 4. Ultimate Russian Roulette is a free Android app that turns your phone into a loaded revolver, allowing you to play games with loaded weapons, yet avoid the risk of accidental death or injury. 5. Dummy is not only pointless, but it is also rather disturbing. In this Android game app, a crazed man with a hammer tries to count the number of little babies by smashing them in the head with a hammer. I think it’s obvious why this app is free. A guest post by Spencer Hogg from Broadband Expert where you can compare mobile broadband deals.
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