Some are predicting that 2011 will be the year of the Android. The Google backed operating system is already on smartphones including the Sprint Epic 4G and the HTC Evo. Later this year the Android will continue to tug on Apple’s cape by showing up in the domain of the iPad. Tablets from both Motorola and Samsung will feature the Android OS. The Motorola Xoom runs on the Android 3.0, which is also know as the Honeycomb. The Android holds a lot of promise for the future, but the system already has a loyal following. Part of the reason that the Android has become popular is because of the apps it supports.
One of the best apps for the Android helps user to stop other apps from draining battery life. The Advanced Task Killer is a free app that helps the system takes care of task management. Future Android editions might handle task management better, but for now the Advanced Task Killer keeps phones from becoming sluggish and helps to maximize the battery life of devices. Apps running in the background are a common occurrence. With Advanced Task Killer this inconvenience will be eliminated.
With the Android system running smoothing again after running Advanced Task Killer, users will then want to plan out their next moves. Astrid Tasks allows this. Rather than use paper list, this task manager never gets lost. It syncs with other programs including Outlook or Google tasks, and it is the perfect way to plan out a day or to make a reminder to pick up laundry detergent. The free app is a perfect way to get organized with the help of a smartphone.
When winding down at night the Android offers the perfect way to get nighttime reading finished. Everpaper works as a web page saver that caches desired articles for later reading.
The Android’s list of apps is strong and getting better everyday.