Applications are always a great addition to any Android device, and finding the right application for you. Let's take a look at some of the application updates as well as some of the new releases from the past week after the jump.
If you like to back up your computer, you have probably heard of Carbonite, and if you ever wished you could access all that data easily on the go, you now can. If you have ever used Carbonite, or are looking for a service to back up your data and allow it to be accessed on the go be sure to check out the full review here.
Those who enjoy to use the Rhapsody music service on their computers will not want to miss out on Rhapsody 2.0 which is now available in the Android market. The application features high resolution album art, play list syncing and offline playback as well as a completely revamped user interface. Check out more information here.
A popular albeit slightly expensive way to tether your phone's data connection to your computer. More on that here.
If you like to follow the ever humorous lives of celebrities, but don't want to clutter your actual Twitter time line, this application is for you. You are one click away from thousands of mindless tweets from your favorite celebrity. Check out more information here.
Keyboard replacements are very popular on Android, and one of the most popular of them may just be Swype. This week there was another warmly welcomed update, and more information about this can be found here.
Foursquare's been updated to allow you to better accept friend requests within the app. Check it out here.
Facebook got an update as well, bringing higher resolution picture uploads, improved Places usage for non-English locales, and always welcomed bugfixes. Full story here.
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