2011 has witnessed the fast and great development of electronic products, especially in mobile phones and portable devices like various tablets. Meanwhile, as the fast growing of electronic product market, various wonderful software programs and hardware devices are created to make these products more user-friendly. Today, I would like to share the Top 10 Best Paid Android Apps of 2011 with all of you guys. These paid Android apps are mostly useful and quite cheap for you to get for your Android mobile phones and tablets. In this year’s list, apps that make your smartphone even smarter, great games and plenty of entertainment options for your buck. Check the following list to get to know what the Top 10 Best Paid Android Apps are.
Pano is a little app from the App Store which you can pick up for just £1.79. As the name suggests it allows you to take a series of snaps to produce a really wide panoramic image of the scene – and it does in a beautifully simple and clever way. It allows you to create on-the-spot-panoramic photos by snapping a series of side-by-side individual shots. Different from a computer Video Editor program to stitch your photos together, this app can merge on the device up to 16 photos into a 360-degree high-resolution photo saved directly to the camera roll.
Vignette allows you to create artsy photos with your phone’s camera, with 84 effects and almost 60 frames to choose from. You can use retro effects or Polaroid-style frames too, and the app supports the full resolution of your camera, so you get high-resolution photo results ready to print or share.
SwiftKey Keyboard is an alternative keyboard for your device, with a twist. The keyboard learns the way you type by scanning your SMS messages to see what words you’re most likely to use, so it can accurately predict what words you want to type – making the whole typing process considerably faster.
Tasker makes your smartphone even smarter by allowing you to customize sets of actions based on triggers such as time, day or location. For example, you can automate your phone to decrease the ringer volume and brightness automatically when you get home, or to switch off Wi-Fi when you leave home.
SketchBook Pro turns your Honeycomb tablet into a canvas ready for you to draw or paint on. The wide range of tools and brushes available can help you create true masterpieces (it uses the same paint engine as its professional desktop counterparts), or just keep your kids entertained for a little while.
Android Video Converter
The Android Video Converter is all-in-one best video converting software to operate on your computer, helping you easily convert various videos and movies and audios in different formats to Android compatible video and audio formats so as to let you freely watch videos/movies and enjoy music on Android devices. Of course, if you are using Mac computers, you need to use a Mac Android Video Converter.
Instead of converting your movies to play on your phone or tablet, you can use Plex to stream them wirelessly directly from a PC or Mac (with the free companion app). The app interface combines your own media (music, video, photos) with popular online content from various sources too, and you can spend your time watching video rather than waiting for it to convert.
Locale is a powerful phone automator that allows you to manage settings based on predefined locations. You can set specific ringer types and volumes for work, home or any other locations detected via Wi-Fi or GPS. Additional paid extensions can give you extra functionality to control SMS messages or headphones.
LogMeIn Ignition allows you to remotely access your PC or Mac from an Android phone or tablet, so you can control desktop software or access files from the multitouch display. The app uses a free desktop counterpart for basic control functions, or you can go pro (free 30-day trial), which also allows you to do file transfers or print remotely,
Amazon Free App Reminder
It might be ironic to pay for an app that gets you a free app everyday, but you can save some good cash this way. Amazon Free App Reminder sends you daily notifications and details about the free app of the day offered in the alternative Amazon app store, so you don’t forget about your daily freebie.
Most of these Top 10 Best Paid Android Apps offer trial free versions too, so you won’t be left out of pocket if they’re not for you. Still, there are many other paid and free Android apps for all Android users to enhance digital entertainment, like Domin Run, Read It Later, Priority Call Filter, etc. Android users could get more online. I would introduce more paid and free apps for all operation systems, including Android OS devices, iOS devices, Windows Microsoft devices, etc. So, stay tuned for more useful information.