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Guide: 5 free popular apps for Android phone or tablet

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1.  Swiftkey 4.0

  • Description:  Swiftkey will read your email, Facebook posts, and other text if you let it, in order to learn your most common phrases.  It actually builds a heat map of how you type, meaning if you tend graze the right side of the A key, Swiftkey will adapt to that.

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2.  Screebl

  • Description:  Screebl is a little utility for saving battery life over all.  For example, it will kill of the task of your phones screen to go dim whenever you’ve been reading for a long time.  It uses your phone’s gyroscope to guess when you’re actively watching the screen, and when it can go dim to save some juice.

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3.  Seesmic

  • Description:  There are many twitter clients on Android, but as far as we have seen, Seesmic is one of the most popular.  It offers support for multiple accounts, a home page widget showing latest tweets and an incredibly slick and professional design. Give it a shot today!

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4.  Speedtest

  • Description:  Speedtest is one of the most commonly used apps to test your internet speed connection on your mobile device.  It is a great way to find out what type of data speeds you’re experiencing whether you’re on 3G or LTE.

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5.  Trailer Addict

  • Description:  Trailer Addict is most widely used apps to see the latest trailers for movies.  Trailer Addict hosts official versions of movie trailers and won’t annoy you with bothersome advertisements and delays, although occasional banner ad at the bottom of the app to support funding to keep it running.

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Hope you enjoyed this issue.  Go to the Google Play store and download them now.  Until our next one, be on the look out and share with your friends and family!

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