1Top 10 Free Google Android Productivity Apps
Compatible with Microsoft Excel and other XLS programs, Spreadsheet from Byte Squared is a professional spreadsheet program for Android.
3OI File Manager
From OpenIntents, this File Manager lets users browse their SD card, create directories, as well as rename, move and delete files.
AK Notepad, named for its creator Andrew Kurniadi does what it says it does: lets you take notes on your Android phone. Get that shopping list ready!
Records voice conversations to the phone’s SD card. It’s a great reporters’ tool from Mamoru Tokashiki.
This graphical Battery Widget shows the exact battery level and charging status. This nice little tool comes from GeekYouUp.
8Astrid To-do List
Here is an open source to-do list with tagging, reminders and Remember-the-Milk sync.
From Westek LLC, JetCet PDF helps users read their PDF documents from their Android phones.
OK, so Android Market has a lot of note pads and task list tools. That speaks to the importance of apps such as SoftExperience’s Note Everything, which we like because it boasts shortcuts and the ability to send notes, search, encrypt content and offer reminders.
Billed as an app that lets users “solve things in your hand,” HandyCalc is a calculator with automatic suggestion and solving capabilities.