This is a guest post by Randy Phillips.
Since I bought my first Samsung Android smartphone, I became obsessed with getting the most out of it. As I was reaching its limits, I turned to HTC, who provided me with the much awaited power boost. Since those days, I focused on Android apps for efficiency and productivity, always trying to reach the maximum potential of my device.
In this short article, I will go over my top 3 choices for Android productivity applications. Without any further ado, let us get started.
Root Explorer is one of the best Android applications to boost your productivity. The application includes tons of features useful to keep your device on the edge of performance. With the included SQLite database viewer, text editor, archive extractors and tons of other facilities, Root Explorer is one of the best Android apps for productivity.
The application allows you to run scripts, send files, it gives you the “Open With” facility and the list keeps on going. The best of it all is the fact that the firm making it, still uses the 24-hour refund policy, meaning that you get a full refund if after 24 hours you are not satisfied with the app. So what else are you waiting for, get control over your Android smartphone.
Advanced Task Killer Pro
The other big element people tend to forget about Android smartphones is that they might end up running a lot of applications in the background, they do not actually use. Advanced Task Killer Pro is a great application, which really allows you to take control of those pesky applications.
With features like auto-kill, ignore list and so forth, Advanced Task Killer Pro takes care of any services running in the background, chewing on your performance. However, my only recommendation in this regard, would be not to go overboard with the app termination. This might cause you to find yourself disconnected from the web or find yourself dropping calls. Also, the Auto Kill feature is nice, but I would recommend setting it to “Safe”. Experiment around with it and see how much more power lies within your Android!
My following recommendation for your list of Android productivity applications is Memory Booster. This little app will really start putting your smartphone to good use.
Some of the best features are the Android system crash protection and the ability to set your own target for performance. The application works hard on controlling the memory usage from other applications and defragments your memory to gain that extra little edge. This little Android productivity application also helps you check reports and monitor the memory status of your device.