+101 - Vote for the best Android Applications

101 Best Android Apps is an Android Apps gallery for the best Android phone applications


1 Apps tagged: "australia"

  • rss feed
  • Follow us on Twitter
  • Join us on Facebook

67% cheaper than skype   Avoid Roaming fees. Make your calls directly from your phone over WiFi.   Avoid international roaming charges / fees when travelling for business…

Have a favourite Android App? Are you an Android Developer?

Submit your Android application to 101 Best Android Apps, we have thousands of new visitors every day looking for a new application to add to their Android phone...

Submit your app now

Other stuff

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

New from the blog

  • 2018 Prime Day deal roundup: All the best phones, Chromebooks, and smart home gadgets on sale [Updated continuously]

    Prime Day is in full swing, but it can be hard to keep track of all the different sales happening. Even a few third-party retailers seem to be trying to divert a bit of that attention to themselves with their own promotions. To make things a bit easier for our readers, we’re keeping track of all the stuff that we spot together in one place, right here.

    Like always, we do our best to make a comparison to real prices, rather than just the ridiculously inflated advertised discount or MSRP, so this list (ideally) shouldn’t have anything on it that was marked up only to be discounted.

    Read More

    2018 Prime Day deal roundup: All the best phones, Chromebooks, and smart home gadgets on sale [Updated continuously] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Essential Phone hits all-time low of $250 for Amazon Prime Day

    Prime Day is upon us, and the deals are piling up. Essential has announced that on Amazon, its PH-1 will go for just $250 — that’s $450 off its launch price and more than $200 off its current price — beginning today at noon, Pacific time.

    At launch, we ruled the Essential Phone was just okay. The design is interesting and the hardware is nice, but for $700, the camera was lacking.

    Read More

    [Deal Alert] Essential Phone hits all-time low of $250 for Amazon Prime Day was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • A $79 Kindle Paperwhite is a killer Prime Day deal

    A Paperwhite is the best invention since Gutenberg’s press.

    I love to read. I try to read at least two books each week and don’t limit myself to any specific genre — I just like to lose myself in a good book or two. And I’ve found the best way to read if you love reading as much as I do is with a Kindle Paperwhite.

    I’ve been unfaithful to my Paperwhite in the past, thinking I had little desire to keep yet another device charged and up to date and that my phone was a good enough experience that I’d not miss it. And I was wrong. A Paperwhite, with its spectacular e-ink screen, not only feels like a real book but looks even better. E-ink is probably not the right type of display for a phone (sorry Yota) or a smartwatch (sorry Pebble) but when it comes to looking at page after page of words and enjoying it, the contrast and unique screen lighting of a Kindle Paperwhite really is the best thing to happen for book lovers since Gutenberg. You’ll know this is true once you take a Pap…

  • What is Project Fi, how does it work, and why do I want it?

    Google’s own carrier offering definitely has appealing features.

    If you’re an Android enthusiast, you likely know about Project Fi. But that doesn’t mean you necessarily know everything about it. And for everyone out there who doesn’t have one of the handful of phones that work with the carrier are unlikely to have looked into Project Fi deeply. So we’re here to give you the high-level view at the carrier option that comes directly from Google. Namely, just what the heck it is, how it works compared to other carriers and maybe a few reasons why you’d want to try it.

    See at Project Fi

    The latest Project Fi news

    July 16, 2018 — Get a $300 credit when pre-ordering the G7 or V35

    It’s been almost a month since the LG G7 and V35 appeared on Project Fi, and if you’ve been holding off on picking one up for yourself, a new promotion for a $300 Fi credit might finally push you over the edge.

    Between now and July 29 (while supplies last), you can get a $300 credit that’s applied tow…

  • New OnePlus 5/5T Open Beta adds Google Lens and improves camera quality

    Just over a week later, OnePlus is pushing out another Open Beta for the 5 and 5T. This one is not nearly as major as the last, instead focusing on camera improvements. Of course, the highlight here is the inclusion of Google Lens, which should excite…

  • Uber update adds features to make pickups less annoying

    Sometimes, the hardest part of getting where you need to go with a ride-sharing service is meeting up with your driver. The Uber app is adding a number of handy features to make pickups easier. You can send glanceable messages, create a color-coded si…

  • Should you buy an Amazon Echo Dot?

    It’s the impulse buy of the year, and so very worth it.

    Choosing between Amazon’s Echo and the Google Home platform isn’t an easy choice, especially if you’re a big fan of Google’s services and already have a Chromecast kicking around. There’s a lot to consider, and a lot of people are trying to figure out which is best for their needs while surrounded by deals and sales and new features being added every day.

    I say don’t worry with either of the big expensive speaker assistants, and start out with Amazon’s Echo Dot instead.

    Better than the full-sized Echo

    Echo Dot does everything a full-sized Amazon Echo does, with one significant difference: Amazon Echo comes with a specially designed speaker so you can enjoy listening to streaming music, and Echo Dot does not. There’s a little speaker in Dot that allows Alexa to respond to you when you give a command, but it’s nowhere near good enough to enjoy listening to music. Echo Dot doesn’t need a speaker, though. It has something …

  • Amazon Prime Day UK roundup: Great deals on Echos, Kindles, phones, smartwatches, and much more

    It only started out three years ago, as a celebration of Amazon’s 20th birthday, but Prime Day has now turned into the summer’s biggest day for deals. With plenty of other retailers now joining in to grab a slice of the lucrative pie, the discounts are even beginning to rival those we see on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

    Prime Day is underway across the United Kingdom, where deals started at 12:00 today and run until the end of Tuesday 17th — a full 36 hours.

    Read More

    Amazon Prime Day UK roundup: Great deals on Echos, Kindles, phones, smartwatches, and much more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Get your next three months of Audible for just $5 each with this early Prime Day deal

    You’ll want to hear this.

    Amazon is offering Prime members an exclusive discount on their next three months of Audible. New subscribers (as well as those who re-activate) can save 66%, dropping the cost to just $4.95 per month. Normally, this subscription costs $14.95 a month, and that’s what Amazon will bill after the first three months are over, so if you don’t want to continue your subscription you’ll want to be sure to cancel it before that time comes.

    In order to take advantage of this promotion, you do need to be a Prime member. If you aren’t currently a member, you can get a free 30-day trial to be able to take advantage of this and other early Prime Day deals right now, and have all the other benefits like free 2-day shipping and more on the big day.

    You’ll be billed monthly for the service, so if you decide during the first month that it isn’t for you, you can cancel your subscription immediately after only having paid $5. You’ll get one credit each month, which is ea…

  • PSA: Gestures aren’t turned on in Android P by default

    Google’s not forcing you to swipe quite yet.

    Android P is almost here, and one of its biggest features is the new navigation gestures. The new gestures are a welcome touch, but if you can’t live without your Home, Back, and Recents buttons, you’ve got nothing to fear.

    When you update your phone to Android P, the gestures are turned off by default. If you want to enable them, you’ve got to go to Settings -> System -> Gestures -> Swipe up on Home button.

    We can’t say for certain if Android P’s gestures will still be turned off by default with newer phones like the Pixel 3, but even if they aren’t, you’ll still be able to toggle them off if you really can’t stand them.

    The gestures are at least worth checking out so you can get a feel for Google’s vision of Android in 2018, and while they still aren’t perfect, we’re excited to see how they improve down the road.

    Do you plan on using Android P’s gestures?

    Android P’s gestures are a jagged pill you should learn to swallow…

View our blog archives »

Recent Comments