Best Android apps to buy 2010
Buka is one of the strangest games you will ever play. Not because of the objective, which is actually fairly simple - zap the meteorites before they crash into you - but because of the baby talk the protagonist spouts while you are floating through space.
Camera Zoom FX
Thankfully there's an app out there which brings extra functionality to your Android handset's camera which makes it a half-way decent picture taker. Load Camera Zoom FX up and you'll be surprised just how many features are on offer.
Ever parked your car, gone somewhere only to come back and forget where your car is? If yes, this is the app for you.
Coloured marbles tumble from the top of the screen and you have to get rid of them by matching them up. Simple but oh-so effective.
CoPilot Live Navigation Europe
Turn your Android device into a fully fledged sat nav, complete with turn by turn navigation.
Documents to Go
The best way to create, view and edit Microsoft Word and Excel files on your Android phone. It's a bit pricey for an app, but if you really must work on that vital presentation, novel or annual financial results report on the train, it's well worth the outlay.
The most addictive iPhone game ever finally hits Android.
Despite its beautiful sheen, at the heart of Egggz is a simple 'tap' game, in that you have to tap the Android screen to catch the eggs which are falling from the chickens.
An Exciting Year
While most of us like to think that our lives are the mutt's nuts, most of the time when you break down the 9-5 machinations of life most days we tread a fairly mundane path.
Fruit Ninja is a great lesson in simplicity. All you have to do to play it is swipe your finger over the fruit being flung to slice it open and dodge the myriad bombs which get in the way.