What apps do you recommend?

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I'll be picking up my Droid Razr Maxx HD tomorrow and just curious what apps everyone has for theirs/ what are your favorites.

I think Light Flow will be the very first app I download :)....any other suggestions?
 

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Dropbox for cloud storage.
Nova, apex, go launcher if you wAnt to customize your home screen.
PlayerPro if you wAnt a good sounding music player with virtual bass.
Mxplayer if you wAnt a good video player that can play almost every formats out there.
Pulse if you wAnt to read latest news. There are others like flipboard but i recommend Pulse.
NQ android booster for power save your battery.
Air push detector to detect spamming push notifications.
Whatsapp for chatting application.
Camera360 if you want more effects for your camera. :)

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Dropbox for cloud storage.
Nova, apex, go launcher if you wAnt to customize your home screen.
PlayerPro if you wAnt a good sounding music player with virtual bass.
Mxplayer if you wAnt a good video player that can play almost every formats out there.
Pulse if you wAnt to read latest news. There are others like flipboard but i recommend Pulse.
NQ android booster for power save your battery.
Air push detector to detect spamming push notifications.
Whatsapp for chatting application.
Camera360 if you want more effects for your camera. :)

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Bolded ones are the ones I've tried before, and loved. All great apps you should consider, depending on what you want/need.

I'll have to try that NQ Android Booster btw, it sounds nice.

ASTRO file manager has always been very useful for me.
UCCW is nice if you want to create your own widgets.
I think My Tracks is pretty cool - like having a GPS device on your phone.
Onavu Count is nice, for tracking your data (if you have the 2gb plan and usually cut it close)
TeslaLED flashlight, very handy
Wifi File Transfer Pro, if you're too lazy to connect your phone to your pc with the cable
 

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Light Flow
File Expert
Brightness Controls
WidgetLocker
Multicon
Winamp
Kindle
Printer Share
EZ PDF Reader
Glympse
Rhapsody
Sonos
PocketCasts
SwiftKey
Android Central
OpenTable
Shazam
 

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Bolded ones are the ones I've tried before, and loved. All great apps you should consider, depending on what you want/need.

I'll have to try that NQ Android Booster btw, it sounds nice.

ASTRO file manager has always been very useful for me.
UCCW is nice if you want to create your own widgets.
I think My Tracks is pretty cool - like having a GPS device on your phone.
Onavu Count is nice, for tracking your data (if you have the 2gb plan and usually cut it close)
TeslaLED flashlight, very handy
Wifi File Transfer Pro, if you're too lazy to connect your phone to your pc with the cable

For file manager i use FileManager. You can access your files from other computer using it.
For GPS i use Google maps :D
And of course tapatalk for viewing forum without using phone browser.
Ive used the Wifi file transfer protocol before and i can say it is the best method to transfer files from computer without using getting up from your chair to get the cable.

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Light Flow
File Expert
Brightness Controls
WidgetLocker
Multicon
Winamp
Kindle
Printer Share
EZ PDF Reader
Glympse
Rhapsody
Sonos
PocketCasts
SwiftKey
Android Central
OpenTable
Shazam

Thanks so much for this!

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Bolded ones are the ones I've tried before, and loved. All great apps you should consider, depending on what you want/need.

I'll have to try that NQ Android Booster btw, it sounds nice.

ASTRO file manager has always been very useful for me.
UCCW is nice if you want to create your own widgets.
I think My Tracks is pretty cool - like having a GPS device on your phone.
Onavu Count is nice, for tracking your data (if you have the 2gb plan and usually cut it close)
TeslaLED flashlight, very handy
Wifi File Transfer Pro, if you're too lazy to connect your phone to your pc with the cable

My Tracks is AWESOME. Highly recommended!
 

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