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I believe all Android users have been to the Android Market and downloaded >10 applications onto your phone. However, what are your top 10 favorite applications? Probably you can come out with a list of your favorite top 10 free, paid, non-rooted and rooted applications?

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I think these topics are existing already numerous times, but hey, its fun to see if something is new.

Here are my mine which i use daily, seperated paid and free ones

Paid;
Launcher pro plus, my fav. Launcher
Widgetlocker, great lockscreen.
Navigon, used it in my car before, now on my phone, very well organized navigation app.
Atakephone, best dialer i found.
Palmary weather, stunning graphics, lots of info, very accurate.
Tapatalk pro, for visiting this and some other forums.


Free:
Awesome drop, getting small files from your desktop to your mobile.
Tweetdeck, very clean twitter app
Handcent sms
K9 mail
Open watch, for connecting my watch to my phone
Penetrate, getting codes from all thomson and speedtouch routers.
Chewitts dark theme for on my x10. Looks amazingly well.
Some dutch apps which are usefull, like buienradar, marktplaats, foongids, het verkeer, eredivisie, tvgids info etc.
Swype, best keyboard, got the apk from someone here, dont know if it is actually free...
Poweramp, stunning music player
Jorte, nice calender application
MIUI browser, damn slick and quik, can be downloaded here on xda, as the original is in Chinese but someone over here translated it to English
Callend Vibrate, just gives a little vibration when ending a call, very handy
Retro Calculator, great calculator which brings back memories from the old days at school.
Shootme (needs root) for shaking to make a screenshot
type fresh (needs root and busybox) to change fonts on your device
Zimly, for my videos
Kiss Ringtones, very nice ringtones, I like the classic ones the most.


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I think these topics are existing already numerous times, but hey, its fun to see if something is new.
Exactly, our "favorites" change over time. Plus there are always new applications flooding in the Android Market! Nonetheless, thanks for sharing
 
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  1. YouVersion Bible (anyone wanting to read the Bible, this is a very clean and quick app with a vast amount of versions in various different languages. Updated often. User database of contributions.)
  2. Apps Organizer (allows me to use less screens for better performance without loosing accessibility)
  3. Audible (gotta love a good audio novel when you don't really have the time to sit down and read!)
  4. Catch Notes (used to be 3banana notes. I really like this note app, but I haven't done a lot of searching. It works very well and is pretty simple.)
  5. Documents to Go Pro (this is essential for me while in school!!! Now that it syncs with google docs its sooo valuable)
  6. Daily Strip (Sunday Comics reader. I use it mainly for Calvin & Hobbs...but there are a lot more on here!)
  7. Dictionary.com (essential!)
  8. LastPass (great password vault. Creates passwords for you. Very good.)
  9. xScope Browser v. 6 (ftw!!)
  10. WinAmp and/or PowerAmp (they're both great, the second one I like better, but it's been acting screwy (maybe it's my fault..idk) lately so I've been going back and forth)
 
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Here are my 10 [that I use frequently]:

1.) Titanium [needs root] [PERFECT for restoring your apps/settings when you switch roms]
2.) Handcent [best texting app to date]
3.) MIUI Browser [aka Charming Browser] [Super Smexy browser ftw]
4.) Barnacle WiFi Tether [Works like a charm when a rom doesn't have a native wifi-sharing app]
5.) Swype ['nuff said]
6.) Tweetdeck [BEST Friendstream/Twitter/Facebook Timeline replacement]
7.) Dropbox [Easy file transfers between computer and phone
8.) Soundhound∞ [Shazam can go suck it]
9.) Linda File Manager [simplistic organization]
10.) XDA [no explanation needed]
Phone -- HTC ONE T-Mo US
 
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- Point Inside - (maps of malls, airports, etc) http://www.appbrain.com/app/point-in...de.android.app
- evernote - (sync notes among multiple devices) http://www.appbrain.com/app/evernote/com.evernote
- glympse - (share your gps location for X period of time)http://www.appbrain.com/app/glympse/...ndroid.glympse
- voice recorder - (it records sound) http://www.appbrain.com/app/voice-re....voicerecorder
- smartshortcuts - (create a group of apps..then create a shortcut that points to that group) http://www.appbrain.com/app/smart-sh...soft.shortcuts
- wyse RDP/VNC - (RDC/VNC client) http://www.appbrain.com/app/wyse-poc...ocketcloudfree
- spideroak - (like dropbox...but better privacy policy) http://www.appbrain.com/app/spideroa...deroak.android
- keepass Droid - (password vault) http://www.appbrain.com/app/keepassd...ndroid.keepass
- quickdesk - (press search at any time for a custom list of apps) http://www.appbrain.com/app/quickdes...uqqq.quickdesk
- tasker - (does much...will need to read) http://www.appbrain.com/app/tasker/n...ndroid.taskerm
- sms backup+ - (it backs up sms data to your google account) http://www.appbrain.com/app/sms-back...oggles.smssync
- fileexpert - (FTP/WWW SERVER + SMB client) http://www.appbrain.com/app/file-expert/xcxin.filexpert
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-Dropbox (File Transfer Tool)
-PowerAmp (Music Player)
-Camera 360 Pro (Great for HDR photos as well as other effects)
-Titanium Backup (Backup, Restore, Freeze Applications)
-Beautiful Weather (Weather Widget, Highly Customizable)
-Apps Organizer (Organize your apps into categories and create shortcuts to folders)
-Rom Manager (Backup, flash customized roms)
-Zedge (Ringtone and Wallpaper App)
-Angry Birds (Game)
-MiniSquadron! (Game)
-Launcher Pro (Replacement launcher)
-Prey (Lojack for your phone or PC)
-SMS Backup and restore (Self Explanatory)
 
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-AppBrain (combined with FastWebInstaller makes browsing the market a much better experience)
- Beautiful Widgets (makes the home screen much better looking, especially if you're on a non-Sense rom)
- LauncherPro (custom docks, great widgets, great app drawer, smooth as anything)
- Virgin Usage Meter (only useful if you're on australian virgin mobile :P but plenty of usage apps around. Keeps me up to date on my usage, and shows how much usage a day I have left)
-SlideIT Keyboard (prefer it to swype because of shortcuts and layout, and I just got used to it easier - I prefer swype if I'm on large screen like galaxy s though)
- Whatsapp (free texting, obvious choice :P)
- Opera Mobile Beta (Slow loading but worth it to get my speed dial/bookmarks)
- Rom Manager
- VirtualWorld 2+ (awesome looking live wallpaper, drains battery like crazy though :P)
And my number 1 favourite app....
-Market! :P
 
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  • ASTRO File Manager
  • ColorNote Notepad Notes
  • Dropbox
  • ES File Explorer
  • LauncherPro
  • QuickDesk
  • Remote Notifier for Android
  • Root Explorer
  • ShootMe
  • SMS Unread Count
 
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I tried to have my top 10 but I failed because all I can think of is:

Adb wireless

So, so useful while you're outside with your computer but not the USB cable. Especially useful when I want to flash rom / themes during class time

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