This week was a big week for Android with the unveiling of Amazon’s Cloud Drive and Cloud Player which are built for Android.We take a look at some more apps including the long awaited Tap Tap Revenge for Android, and even a brand new Business Insider app.
With Smart Lock Pro, you can lock down your phone so only select apps and services can be launched.
One Android Market reviewer said, 'This was exactly what my wife and I were looking for. My kids have no way to access any internet sites, the market, or make any random phone calls.'
Price: $0.99 on the Android Market
Trulia enables you to use your geo-location to search for houses, apartments, and more using Trulia's expansive database of listings.
Voice activation and QR code scanning are a couple other cool features this app offers. Also, the app offers big photos you can view, as well as the ability to add open-house listings directly to your calendar.
Price: free in the Android Market
MLB at Bat is essential for any baseball fan, but it isn't easy on your wallet. It requires a pricey MLB.tv subscription that is $120.00 for a whole season.
The Android app is decent, but we're hoping for a Honeycomb app soon that's tablet-optimised (like the iPad app).
MLB.tv is free for the month of April when you download this app.
After a long wait, Tap Tap Revenge is finally available for Android.
The handheld classic came to Android with some great features like global leaderboards, chat with players from around the world, online battle mode, and music from hundreds of artists.
Price: free on Android
Angry Birds Rio is the newest Angry Birds game, and it's free right now on the Android Market. Need we say more?
The new game includes 60 levels set in Rio De Janeiro and special hidden fruits to discover.
Price: free on the Android Market
Amazon Cloud Player streams your music from the cloud to your Android device, and you can even download songs to your phone for offline listening later.
When you sign up for an Amazon Cloud Drive account, you get a few GBs right off the bat. But if you buy one album of $2.99 value or more, they'll give you 20GB for a year.
Price: free for Android.
The Business Insider app is a one stop shop for all your favourite business and technology news, opinions, gadget reviews, and more.
The app features convenient tabs to browse sections, as well as social network integration to share articles on Facebook and Twitter. Also, you can save articles for reading offline.
Price: free for Android