Lifehacker presents Best iPhone apps, here are the Android versions.
1. GV Mobile
Brings Google voice function. Limited by required jailbrake and required dial-in on dial out
Android App- Google Voice
fully integrated, no hackery required.
Android app- Wattpad/Adiko/etc/etc/etc
We have about a thousand of em. Not to mention the Nook, a dedicated eink ebook reader running Android.
Jogging/Running/Walking app. Supplants the Nike+ Great app. Ours is better
Android app- Runstar
Looks great, location aware, mulitasks
4. Email & Walk
Really cool app actually. Lays SMS over camera
*Update* We got it! *Update* Android app- Droid Text and Walk
Native dropbox app. Self-Explanitory
Android app- Sugarsync
Just use it until Dropbox gets on their own app.
Uses your reward cards and brings them all together. Nifty.
Android app- Keyring
Autofocusing android cameras make ours much simpler. Easy to use and stable.
Android app- printout a search of "voip" on the market. Nail it to a wall, and throw a dart at it. Install that app and you've got integrated Voip.
8. Dragon Dictation
Android app- *crickets* We have the function of text-to-speech, but dictation? Google search yields nothing. Handscent uses speech recognition though.
Android app- We've got recipe apps. I'll probably never use em, but we got em!
Displays calendar and time info on the wallpaper
Android app- Widgets.
The final two are Push notifications and tethering. We do that easily enough, push better and tethering worse simply because we have to root to do it.
If you guys think of anything I missed let me know.