CNET 100: Jaymar Cabebe's favorite Android apps

Jaymar Cabebe picks his 10 favorite Android apps as part of the CNET 100 series. Check out the titles he loves best and be sure to vote for your favorite.

Editors' note: Until Friday, 10 CNET personalities are showcasing their 10 personal favorite Android apps as part of the CNET 100 . With each post, you can read why they hold the apps so dear and you'll get the opportunity to vote for your own favorite title. Then after the series ends, we'll collect the full list of 100 apps and announce the 10 that you, our readers, love the most.

Jaymar may be the newest member of the CNET Downloads team, but that hasn't stopped him from diving head first into Windows software and the always-expanding world of Android apps. He's reviewed a ton of titles already, and one look at his "to-do" list shows that he has many more to come. When he's not working, he's been known to trek in the outdoors, train in Mixed Martial Arts, and explore off-the-beaten-path eateries.

Jaymar is all about using Android to its full potential, and his app picks reflect that. Without ever leaving his phone, he can read the latest news, locate the hottest new restaurant, get daily deals, and even find a perfect stranger to pick up his dry cleaning. He also searches for the latest apps that he can review and he revives a classic Nintendo video game by plucking off a few low-flying ducks.

Be sure to check back tomorrow and Friday on Android Atlas to see app choices from Nicole Lee and Molly Wood. For yesterday's list, check out the picks from Antuan Goodwin .

 

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