Best Android apps to buy 2010
The idea of the game is a simple one: get your marble around the maze in a quick a time as possible, nabbing all the gold stars before the other evil balls do.
Use Shadyface Stealth Recorder to invisibly record audio conversations in the background! Use it to spy on friends, coworkers, your boss, your parents and your teachers! Leave it on the table and they'll have no idea.
Talking Tom Cat
Talking Tom repeats everything you say with a funny voice. You can pet him, poke and punch him, you can even grab his tail.
The classic brick breaker officially available on the Android platform.
In a clever move to avoid the likely disappointment of being confronted with an out of service 8.30am train to work, one glance at your handy app linked up to the official London Underground website, and you'll have real-time information for your alternative routes. And a tube map if you really get lost.
One of the best looking and intuitive apps, which caters to all your Twittering needs.
Wolfram Alpha is great: it thinks outside of the box to bring you a mountain of interesting facts.
Word Game Pro
Make words from a pile of 7 random letters against the clock for high score. Many game play twists make this highly addictive and unique.
You've Got Shopping+
You've Got Shopping+ is an app like any other shopping list application, but with one twist: you can email the list to anyone with a Gmail account.
The RPG is in a similar vein to Zelda. Its graphics are cute and cuddly 16-bit and there is a surprising amount of depth to the gameplay.