Photoshop Touch: Photoshop Touch brings a feature packed version of Photoshop to tablets. Costing under a ten bucks, Photoshop Touch introduces full support for layered images to mobile, along with the usual selection tools, filters, effects and more. Pretty flippin sweets on a tablet.

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Tiny Tower: A free 8-bit style game that lets you channel your inner landlord. You build floors on a tower to attract "bitizens" to live in it and then control their lives (manage, hire, give a job, evict). It's like SimCity but actually fun.

Netflix: Netflix has long underused the extra size and space of tablets on their tablet apps, choosing instead to use a lot of fugly gray, small icons and lists to navigate through the app. No more! They've just updated their Android tablet app to something puurrrrty. The updated Netflix app for Android tablets (yes it's on the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet too) has made navigation a lot more intuitive and better, the interface shows twice as many movies and TV shows as before.

Google Voice: If you use Google Voice for Android you got yourself a pretty sweet little update that adds offline voicemail, group recipients for text messages as well as "improved" text message notifications. This update is actually a big deal that adds long-overdue features to Google Voice for Android.

Alarm Clock Xtreme: Alarm Clock Xtreme recently won Lifehacker's Best Android Alarm award because it does a really good job at looking, acting and feeling like Android's stock alarm clock. But of course, Alarm Clock Xtreme packs more featurs like home screen widgets, countdown view and according to Lifehacker, "the app can detect when you're in motion and disable your alarm for you is a great touch as well."

Snappy Dragons: It's like Angry Birds but with a twist. Kotaku says: "Snappy Dragons pits dragons against wizards in a baby-saving battle to the death. You've got one of a handful of dragons on the left side of the screen tossing fireballs at malicious spell casters on the right. It's pretty simple, certainly simple enough that upon first glance someone might write it off as another Angry Birds clone. But it's not. It's better than that."

Photobooth: Photobooth is an app that stitches together multiple photos into a single picture file. You can import previous photos on your Android phone or take news ones to create photostrips. Flip the layout around, tweak it, whatever and share it to Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Flickr. Free.

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