The first five apps to install on your new Android device
You finally purchased that new Android device you've had your eye on. Now it stares back at you, waiting for you to give it a task. You've connected it to your Google Account, so all your Gmail messages, Google Calendar items, and Contacts are in sync. Where do you go from here?
Naturally, that depends upon the intended use of the device. But certain applications will come in handy no matter how you plan to use the device. Here are five tools that should be among the first you install. These applications range in scope, but each offers a solid solution to help you get your work done.
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