If applications are the best part of your mobile device, you probably love when we bring you some of our favorites. We are back this week with a few more, so let's hit the break and check them out!
Alex Dobie - Dropbox (Free)
If you're using Dropbox on your PC, Mac or on the web, you should also consider picking up the excellent Android app. It's just been updated with a new automatic camera upload feature, which works similarly to Instant Upload on Google+. Just choose whether you want to use cellular data or Wifi only, and you're good to go. Pictures, videos or screenshots taken on your phone will immediately be pushed to the "Camera Uploads" folder in your Dropbox. As it's still in beta, you'll earn an extra 500MB of storage for every 500MB of camera content you upload.
Aside from that, you can access everything in your Dropbox right from your Android phone or tablet, just like you can through the website, or on any other Dropbox-connected device. There's also support for directly uploading anything on your SD card, and useful security features like PIN lock to keep your stuff safe. [Google Play Link]
Anndrew Vacca - Cut the Rope ($0.99)
First of all, no, I am not being lazy with my pick this week. I know everyone has heard of Cut the Rope, and just about everyone has played it at least once. Despite its popularity, I can honestly say, without a doubt, that it is my favorite game on any mobile platform. It's addicting to the point of dangerous-- be fully prepared to lose at least an entire day to Om Nom. It's a simple premise but executive flawlessly. Who knew cutting a rope could be so exciting? I've beat the free version a number of times, so I finally bit the bullet and bought the paid copy-- worth all 99 cents. If you've been under a rock and have managed to miss Cut the Rope so far, come out and join the land of the living. You won't look back. [Google Play Link]
Jared DiPane - Draw Something (Free / $0.99)
One of my recently discovered newest favorite time killers ever would have to be draw something. I am by no means an artist, but man do I have some serious fun with this. The concept of the game is really simple, pick one of the three words (each has a different value) and then draw it so the opponent can guess it. You start off with only 4 colors to use, and then you can "purchase" more with additional coins. The drawing is the fun part, you have different brush sizes, you can use an eraser, and it even shows you how the other person drew it. You don't have to be an artist to enjoy this game, in fact it is probably more fun if you aren't! If you're on the edge about the game give the free version a try, and if you end up liking it be sure to support the developer and grab the paid version! [Google Play Link]
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