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TOP 10 BEST Android Application 2012

Gone are the days when Android users used to look at iPhone apps with kitty eyes. Android has developed into a powerful OS that has many first-class and premium apps that offer both utility and productivity. Today, we present a list of the 10 must have apps for android for 2012.

No 10. Shazam

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Using Shazam you can identify that unknown song you like on the radio, on TV or at a party. You simply have to hold your phone’s microphone to the speaker and hit the ‘Tag Now’ icon and just wait for all the details.

No 9. ColorNote Notepad Notes

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This is a simple notepad app giving you a quick and simple notepad editing experience for writing your notes, memo, email, message, shopping list and todo list. It also has a sticky note widget and you can also protect your notes using a passcode. This simple app is one of the best for the android.

No 8. Poweramp Music Player

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HTC One S Review

The HTC One S may slot into the midrange in the company’s 2012 line-up, but HTC knows that it needs more than just average if it wants to reclaim its position in the smartphone segment. To do that, the One S delivers a slimline metal casing and ticks the big consumer draw elements of camera, screen and speed, with 8-megapixels, a crisp AMOLED display and 1.5GHz dual-core chipset brought out to play. Question is, does the One S deliver enough to distract from the heavyweight of the mainstream models, Apple’s iPhone 4? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.


The One S’ slimline form-factor belies its 4.3-inch display, and indeed HTC tells us that – at 7.8mm thick – it’s the company’s thinnest phone to-date. That fact, paired with a narrow (65mm wide) and relatively long (130.9mm) body, makes for a phone that feels great in the hand, slim and sturdy thanks to the metal construction. Whereas HTC turned to polycarbonate to keep the One X‘s weight down, the 119.5g One S is clad in metal, and it feels every inch the premium product.
HTC is offering two finishes for the casing, either a graduated metallic green or, as is the case with our review unit, a so-called micro arc oxidized shell that has been heat-treated so as to be scratch resistant. Scrape up the rear panel with your fingernail and the marks just rub straight off, though our previous experience with a One S prototype suggests keys can still leave some noticeable marks if used in earnest against the phone.
HTC One S video review:
The display itself is an AMOLED panel running at

HTC One V Review

The HTC One V went on sale in Taiwan last week, we saw some pricing information announced for UK carriers today, and now HTC has decided to drop us a review unit. The HTC One V is the budget handset in the new One series, with entry level specs: a 3.7-inch 800×480 S-LCD display, 1Ghz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, and a five megapixel camera.
We took the device for a quick spin after receiving our review unit. The unibody aluminium body feels fantastic, especially at this size. The phone sits very comfortably in the hand, and so far we prefer it over the larger handsets that have been cropping up as of late. The high quality construction definitely helps in that area too.

The phone is running Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box, with HTC’s Sense 4.0 on top. We won’t delve too deeply into Sense 4.0 here (check
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