Top 5 Android apps As the demand for android apps gradually increasing day by day more and more Android apps be launched in the Google market. They bring Android phone users convenience and make life easier and more interesting. Here I would like to talk about some useful software I've tried. I like them a lot and think they are worth trying for you. Quick Switch Quick Switch is a fast desktop widget that allows you quick and easy system setup for your Android device. You do not have to search through menu after menu to find the settings you want to switch, because Quick Switch allows you to enable or disable system settings are only one click. The settings include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, Auto-sync, screen-out, Data Connection, Auto-lock screen, Auto-Rotate Screen, Vibration / Silent Mode, lock / unlock Pattern, Reboot (rooted), 3G 2G Toggle, speaker mode. Choose the best settings enabled on your home screen in a bar with 5/6/7 buttons. App Locker The locker is definitely the best app yet! It offers protection for each specific application I would not be used by others, except by myself. It lists all installed apps, including system software, and you can choose to hide them or not. Once you want an application to prevent unauthorized access or unexpected, just, and then select "Apply". It has two modes to unlock, namely, password and unlock unlock pattern. Once you forget your password, you can retrieve it by e-mail recovery. The newly added feature two speed desktop switches. I must say it is a very good idea to add these two switches. One is used to lock / unlock all the apps just one click. The other is used for locking / unlocking the whole device. More features, such as automatic re-lock and auto-launch. Believe me! App Locker is certainly worth a try! mPicture Maybe you can not tell what mPicture can just make her name. It's an app that lets you amazing and unique wallpapers for your home screen and easy to change. The total includes thousands of beautiful images, which are clearly sorted. Choose the one you want and gather it to your SD card again easy to use. It's really a good helper to decorate your home screen with some great pictures. Photo Manger As the name suggests, Picture Manager is used to manage your digital photos. It is a sorter and photo editor. The kinds of pictures based on time and directories. Also you can find some release for just doing your photos, such as rotating, zooming in and out, crop.Plus, the last function, including the one I like best is that it makes the photos you do not want to be perceived by others in a folder called Private Photos. You can use a password protection for access. If you have many digital photos and want to efficiently manage, you should try it. Advanced Task Manager It is certainly a task manager for you to kill tasks / process / service your phone speed and battery life. You can also list your boat speed boat speed. Unless a task manager, it is also an uninstaller before you installed any apps you want to delete. Advanced Task Manager allows you to add specific functions to the exclusion list, that special protection for apps in the list. It also sets out a summary of your phone CPU, memory and uses SD card today, which offers a good and direct understanding of your phone.
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