You should already know that Android OS is owned by Google. So it’s not surprising that some best apps will come from Google itself. In fact, Google provides a good number of Official apps for android. Some of them are just outstanding, unrivalled in the market. We always have a special attraction for Google apps. So here I have decided to collect some of them.
This is the 2nd part of Google app series. You can read the 1st part from here. Series will end in part 3.
This app allows users of Google Email convenient access to their Gmail account. Emails can be instantly pushed to the users smartphone and then can from there choose to reply, delete, forward or archive the email. There is also a search function that allows users to search for old messages.
- Email pushed automatically to your phone
- Search all your messages
- Access synched messages when off line
- View messages by conversation
- Multiple Gmail accounts
- Stars, labels, and many other features
Google Listen enables users to manage their own podcasts (which are stored in Google Reader) which users from all over the world can gain access to. But also to search through the thousands of podcasts that are already online, either downloading them or streaming them online.
Google Moderator allows users who are webmasters to ask their visitors on their site their opinion on a certain topic, for example through polls and such. Getting feedback from the people whose opinions matter most.
The Android app from YouTube offers easy access to the many videos that are available on its website. Of course the videos have the same setup as that of the PC video allowing you to rate, favorites, comment and more. The app also allows you to upload your own videos onto YouTube with simplicity. Depending on your mobile net connection, you can adjust the output quality of the videos you watch over YouTube.
- Beautiful new UI design
- In-page playback (read comments while video is playing!)
- Personalized homescreen video feed
- Brand new player controls
- Rotate-for-full screen playback
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Follow all your favorite sites, blogs, and more, all in one place. See what your friends are sharing, and easily share any interesting articles you read. The Google Reader app syncs with the web version, so all your reading lists are always up to date.
It took Google a while before they released a RSS Reader app. Only releasing it in December 2010. Right from the start Google have already incorporated nearly all the features other RSS apps offer, creating a solid base to further improve upon in the future. The Google Reader has in record time become one of the most popular RSS readers established.