10 Must-Have Android Apps Worth Paying For
Free apps are free as they are and they still limit some features that can only be unlocked when you shell out some bucks for you to maximize everything that’s included within the application. So how will you make sure that what you spend and choose for is worth it? Here are the 10 Must have Android apps that are worth paying for, seeing to it that every penny is well spent.
OfficeSuite Pro allows you to view, create, edit, print and share Word, Excel and PowerPoint files on the go. You can also open attachments and see PDF files on an Android based phone or tablet with our feature-rich mobile office solution. OfficeSuite Pro includes a File Browser and integration with Cloud service leaders: Box, DropBox, Google Drive, SkyDrive and SugarSync to give users a multitude of options on how to manage files and attachments.
9. SwiftKey X
In case you are the type that swipes more as you type, the SwiftKey X is your perfect companion as it thinks for you, memorizes your word patterns, and even helps you decide your word of choice, based on the sentence patterns it was able to familiarize based on your usage. This is an absolute value for $3.99, which is also available for tablets.
Vignette should be all worth it for you. Aside from being able to do the basic functions of a stock camera app, it also includes over 70 picture filters that provide special effects for your photos, and it also has over 50 frames. All good for $2.60.
Aside from the famous widget clock that provides weather forecasts, Beautiful Widgets also comes with other things such as battery and control widgets, weather widgets, and more. You can also customize them with skins that all come included with the buy, all for $2.70.
6. DroidBox Pro
With DroidBox Pro, you no longer have to connect your phone to the PC or laptop every time you need to transfer your different files. For the $1.99 you’ll pay, you can now use this app for synching files on different devices. More importantly, it also works well with Dropbox.
Who would not like to edit various office files in their phones and tablets? With Documents to Go, you can now edit OpenOffice or MS Office files, even if it’s stored within your Android unit. With a pricetag of $14.99, it’s all worth it, especially if you’re on a situation where you and your laptop could not be on the same place.
4. Smart Tools
Make your smartphone an all in one measuring device with this $2.50 Smart Tools App that can measure Length, Angle, Slope, Level, Thread, Distance, Height, Width, and Area. It also has a compass, a metal detector, a sound level meter, a vibrometer, a magnifier, and a flashlight.
This is one music player that does not have substitutes. The Poweramp Music Player has a great equalizer, gapless and crossfade options, albumart downloads, folder play support, locked widget player, and everything else for a free two-week trial and an unlocker that costs $3.99.
Have you misplaced your phone but you wanted to enable features like activating GPS or increasing volume, or let it play music so that you know where it is? With SMS Commander, you can now enable controls with sending personalized SMS commands so that your phone is safe, even if you’re far away. This nifty app is yours for only $1.99.
For the smartphone lovers out there that love to set their phone behaviors with time, battery, data, and volume changes, Tasker for $6.49 transforms the way you do things with your cellular phone. For starters, you can manually change settings whenever you insert your earphone such as volume increase, opening apps, closing other services, and so on.