Here you go man. I added some as I went that I would suggest and made the catogories as I went. As I said, tweak as you wish. This format should allow future additions alot easier.
Great Apps For The TF700 Infinity
• I/O scheduler (Requires Root)
Through ATP Tweak, see my other post
I had some good experience with deadline so far.
•tTorrent Lite (Free)
•Over Skreen ($2.49)
Is a must have for multi taskers. It allows you to place several apps on the screen at once, much like a window GUI.
• CPU governor (default kernel so far): interactive (default)] <-- both managed by No-Frills CPU Control
and ATP Tweak bundled
•RepliGo PDF Reader (1.99)
Is a fast PDF reader
•iAnnotate PDF Reader (Free)
is another great PDF reader. Not as good as RepliGo, but free is good.
Is a popular one, although H/W acceleration on TF700 would be nice.
Has had privacy issues
but remains a top contender
•Boat Browser (Free)
is an underdog that many are finding useful, but just like Dolphin, it’s had privacy issues in the past too.
Is the old stand by that many use. Popular and proven.
•Cool Reader (Free)
Works very well and is free.
•OfficeSuite Pro ($14.99)
Certainly not free, but probably the best office suite available on android.
•AdFree (Free) (Requires Root)
One Of several proven ad blockers.
•AdAway (Free) (Requires Root)
Another great Ad blocker
•BS Player (Free)
•MX Player (Free)
•VLC Player (Free)
•Astro File Manager (Free)
•Root Explorer (Free)
•Solid Explorer Beta II (Free)
A somewhat new player, but is getting great feedback.
•Total Commander (Free)
•Wifi File Explorer (Free)
•Drop Box (Free)
probably the front leader in Android realm for mobile cloud storage.
•Google Drive (Free)
New app, but no stranger to the cloud service world. Some having issues, which is expected for new apps.
•Asus Cloud (Free)
Already on your device, but if you want to use with your other Android devices.
News & Information
Free app that allows you to access a mix of free and paid media.
•BBC Reader (Free)
A favorite of many.
•HD Widgets ($1.99)
Free but skins cost. A favorite KB. You may have to switch back to default KB when docking.
•SwiftKey Tablet ($3.99)
This KB has a large following. It’s proven to be a wonderful tablet specific keyboard that permits to do standard layout or even “thumb” style with a gap in middle. Very customizable. A Free Trial Version Is Available Also.
is a popular one for anyone that finds themselves commonly fighting to type syntax.
• Lots Of Other Tablet Keyboard To Try Too!
•Battery Left Widget (Free)
•Battery Left Pro ($1.99)
•Dual Battery Widget (Free)
For those with the KeyBoard Dock
is nice but some report inaccurate readings.
•Juice Defender Series (Free-$$)
The JD series offers a lot of different products. Some free, some cost. They have something for everyone’s. Juice Defender Ultimate costs, but offers a lot of crazy settings for really maxing your battery life.
•Tablet CPU Usage Monitor ($0.99)
is designed to give good feedback from dual and quad core devices.
•System Tuner (Free)
•System Monitor (Free)
A separate thread is well underway discussing games on far greater detail.
Reports on crashes with some launches. These will likely disappear over time as they update to solve issues.
•Go Launcher HD For Tablets/Pads(Free)
•Nova Launcher (Free)
Summary of our other discussions here:
I) MartyHulskemper's favourite apps here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...8&postcount=35
II) KilerG's list of Android apps here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...oD4BUsPRs/edit
III) Stock Browser reported to be working faster with browser2ram, but more prone to data loss when killed (Nahakiole's original post here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...3&postcount=19
more of my (initial) thoughts on keyboards, before finding TouchPal
Smart Keyboard seems fine (I'm on the trial)
I didn't like GO Keyboard, although a few simple changes could make it a good one for a tablet, nor Perfect Keyboard (far from perfect); A.I.type FloatNSplit Tablet Keyboard seemed interesting, but forced close in settings set its future pretty clearly; LogiType Tablet Keyboard would be very cool, but it is not configurable AT ALL (interesting ergonomic input, it would be nice to see it being developed); Tablet Keyboard Free is very simple and intuitive and could be pretty cool for somebody who doesn't need any diacritics in their language;
There are also keyboards I would like to test, but there is no free option and I've tested too many to pay even 1$ for something I only have 15 minutes for before the payment is approved. Sorry, it does not work that way, so I'll have to pass with Thumb Keyboard and others, although it shows promise.
Slide mechanisms - when switchable to ABC input - look interesting too, I may sometimes use SlideIT (in Classic view).
[written before finding TouchPal!] So far it seems ASUS keyboard is "the best of the bad", I really like big keys and 123 input, but I miss some special chars being available on the same screen (for instance as alternative input after pressing shift). Seems I'll have to post a request somewhere for the keyboard of my design ;>
I just need to try out Swiftkey now, but I doubt anything can be better than what I've just experienced.[/QUOTE]
/ encyclopedia app: not sure, I would like something well integrated into my Android, so far I've only tried ColorDict, as it was RepliGo's first choice I believe [Edit 14.07.2012
: it seems you can add other dictionaries to this one, but most good dictionaries don't come for free apart from some kind of trial (and there's way too much adware in the dictionaries section than I would ever expect!); btw, I've found that Kindle App uses Oxford Dictionary of English which normally is rather pricey, unfortunately it seems it can't be used outside of the app for free]
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And there was alot of cutting and pasting as I went, something may have been unintentionally truncated.
G1 (x3)> My Touch> My Touch Slide > Nexus1> SGS Vibrant> Galaxy Note>Xperia Z
It drives me nuts when people beg for "thanks", if you agree hit "Thanks".