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10 Android App Hidden Gems

Heard enough about Angry Birds and Pandora? Check out these 10 lesser-known Android apps to enhance your productivity, well-being, and more.
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Intuit's Mint is a popular online service for managing your money. But did you know it's now an Android tablet app too? The free app works with slates running Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) or newer. It lets you manage all of your personal finance accounts--checking, savings, credit cards, and so on--in one place. Your information automatically syncs with Mint.com and with Mint apps running on your other mobile devices. The Android tablet version has a few advantages compared to the mobile phone edition, including an offline mode, new spending graphs, and an updated overview page.

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3/29/2012 | 4:56:22 AM
re: 10 Android App Hidden Gems
Android applications are very easy, user friendly and eventually maintain a class. I have used them......... you described lots more, Thanks buddy
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2/24/2012 | 3:55:29 AM
re: 10 Android App Hidden Gems
This is great information for Android users!
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