Task Manager on Android

Task Manager: Android phones do not have read close button to shut down the applications. This thing has been solved by introducing the task manager in the phone. Users can easily shut down the unwanted apps and can save the battery of the phone. It provides complete empowerment and control over the smartphone.

And finally, to free your phone from the burden of running all these android apps, you’ll finally want an Activity Killer. The ‘Superior Task Killer’ app will slay all those unwanted functions that run in your background and gobble up your battery. It is available out there totally free and .99. Certainly not much for a Blissful Ending!

This AT&T’s customized Smartphone manufactured by ZTE, a Chinese telecom provider and a newcomer in Smartphone market. Its products are mainly aimed at the middle level market, so the hardware seems not as appealing as HTC or Samsung does. The ZTE Avail has a 3.5-inch display, 512MB RAM, 5MP camera and running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

The advantage of this placement is that if you shuffle between portrait and landscape orientations, the buttons are always on the lower left-hand side of the display.

Despite its name, Greed is a very affordable app for Android. It sounds like it is meant for money, but it is not. Greed is an app that keeps up with RSS feeds. The app costs less than three bucks and for that small amount you will be able to share and track all your favorite site feeds that you read through your Google Reader. If you are a fan of blogs or news sites, this application can help you keep on top of the latest releases from each of the sites you read regularly. You don’t have to worry about missing any stories or posts. You will even be able to read your feeds when your phone isn’t connected to the internet and you can use it to listen to podcasts and connect with twitter.