Lightbox: Lightbox is a stylish camera app that's good enough to replace the stock camera app. Though it doesn't have basic features like zoom or autofocus, it does give you the ability to add 10 trendy filters after your shot. Your artsy photos can be shared via Twitter and Facebook and is automagically beamed down to your Honeycomb tablets and Lightbox's web interface. Like Instagram and iCloud but for Android. Free
Qriocity Mobile: From Sony, a music buffet for all Android phones. There are two tiers of the service, both of which give you access to a library of over seven million songs from all four major US labels. The four dollar per month Basic package gets you an ad-free Pandora clone, as well as the ability to scan and match your music library (including iTunes) for playback on other Unlimited Music devices. For $10/month, the Premium plan nets you all that as well as the ability to create playlists, listen to any song you want any time you want, and access additional radio channels.
Starbucks: Joining the iPhone app, Starbucks now allows customers to pay for their beverages and calorie-laden baked goods with a QR code-creating app. It only works on Android 2.1+, and in the 6,800 Starbucks, 1,000+ Target and Safeway stores.