The Android Apps Everyone Should Have February 2011

It's that time of the month again, which is to say it's time to clean up our list of the absolute best Android apps. What new apps will show up? Which apps get the boot?

Added:

The Android Apps Everyone Should Have February 2011

Words with Friends: Finally available on Android, Words with Friends lets you dominate your Android and iPhone-wielding friends (cross-platform gaming!) with your vocabulary skills and astute tile placement. Free.

The Android Apps Everyone Should Have February 2011

MenuPages: If you happen to live in New York, LA, San Francisco, Philly, Boston, Chicago, DC, or South Florida and you like going out for food, Menu Pages has to be on your phone. It has full menus for an impressive roster of restaurants, so you'll be able to know what you want before you even get there. Free.

The Android Apps Everyone Should Have February 2011

MLB at Bat 2011: Hands down, the best sports application on any device. You'll be able to keep up with your favorite team in a snazzy new customizable homescreen and stream live games (if you have a MLB.tv package). For any self respecting baseball fan, it's an absolute must have. $15

The Android Apps Everyone Should Have February 2011

SoundHound: Shazam gets all the pub but SoundHound is just as good at identifying music and better for Android because there's no limit on how many songs you tag per month. Soundhound also throws in lyrics and links to videos too. Free.

Removed:

The Android Apps Everyone Should Have February 2011

WordFeud: It's just as fun as Words with Friends but limits itself by not offering cross-platform gaming.

The Android Apps Everyone Should Have February 2011

Shazam: Doesn't offer unlimited song tagging in the free version of the app. Soundhound does.

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