So over Christmas, I broke down and moved into the late 90's with a Smart phone. Don't get me wrong, I was tethered to a Crack Berry for many years with work and only with my current job a few years ago did I break that long chain of addiction.
So now I've graduated up and have a Samsung Galaxy S3 from T-Mobile. Unlimited Data to boot. And yes, I am abusing it all to hell and back in terms of the unlimited data. Yes, this is the phone from this
So my question is, I'm looking for the best apps out there. Really for any purpose. I'm finding that I'm a bit of an app-whore, so I'd rather get recommendations from those that I trust as opposed to random comments on Google Play.
So here's my current list. I'm sure the vast majority of these are de facto standards that everyone has.
Clean Master (Gotta clean that history somehow)
Flixster (not bad so far, little ad heavy in my opinion though)
Grocery IQ (liked it at first, but had an issue with the list that got me in some trouble with the wife after missing half our shopping list over the weekend. May be dumping it in favor of Out of Milk below)
Hobbit: KoM (Son and his friends got me playing after taunting me that they could beat me.. sigh, the young.. I'm now destroying them in terms of might)
iHeartRadio (Honestly haven't used it at all since I installed it)
Jetpack Joyride (Both son and daughter got me hooked on this one)
Noom (nice weight loss couch and calorie counting)
Notes Lite (only notepad type app I've got so far. It's.. meh..)
Out of Milk (the possible replacement for Grocery IQ)
Root Uninstall (Uninstaller)
Spotify (was loving the 48 hour trial until it expired)
SwiftKey 3 (using this instead of the standard keyboard)
Then of course, the standard plethora of Google apps on Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) such as maps, voice, etc..
So what are YOUR recommendations, [you]?
Jump in and let me know what you run and simply can't live without.