Google's Android has had a huge year, and with the mobile phone operating system finding its way into more and more hands, there's no better time to collect our favourite 100 apps.
This list is a mixed collection of games and tools, most of which we use often. We've added links through to Appbrain.com, an excellent Android Market aggregate, which can sync apps wirelessly with your phone if you sign up and follow the instructions.
Doom Live Wallpaper — free
An awesome Doom-themed animated wallpaper that uses surprisingly little battery.
Flood-It! — free
A simple, but addictive game of transforming a mosaic of colour into a single colour in a limited number of turns.
Bonsai Blast — free
Sort of like Bubble Bobble with a twist, Bonsai Blast is well worth a look.
WordUp! — free
No list of top apps would be complete without one word game, this is ours.
Slice It! — free
Slice the shape with your finger to create the set number of completely equal shapes.
4 teh birds — free
Similar to PopCap's Chuzzle, your goal is to create groups of three by revolving the groupings of colourful birds.
Flick Kick Football — US$0.99
Practice your field goals using only your finger. A new take on the classic Paper Toss.
Angry Birds — free
Need we say more? The mobile gaming phenomenon is so much sweeter on Android thanks to its free price tag.
Flick Kick Rugby — US$0.99
Soccer's not your game? Try Flick Kick Football with a rugby twist.
Reckless Racing — US$2.99
One of the best games on Android right now, Reckless Racing is fast-paced and beautiful to look at.
Fruit Ninja — US$0.99
Still probably our favourite mobile game, Fruit Ninja is a fun game designed specifically for phones.
MiniSquadron! — US$2.99
Pilot a range of planes against waves of varied baddies, MiniSquadron is all dare-devil stunts and fast-paced dogfights.
Skies of Glory— US$4.99
Skies of Glory offers a more realistic simulation for those who like more control over their aerial battles.
Drop7 — US$2.99
Rarely do maths and fun appear in the same sentence, but Drop7 has both in spades. Think Connect4 for smart people.
Flee — US$1.37
Flee is a real blast from the past, recreating the classic "game and watch"-style handheld video games perfectly.
Magic Doodle Premium — US$1.85
Fancy yourself a bit of an artist? Magic Doodle has all the tools you need for truly amazing finger painting.
SwiftKey Keyboard — US$3.99
If you don't have a phone with Swype pre-installed you'll want to check out SwiftKey Keyboard.
Lonely Planet Trippy — free
Planning a long trip in exotic locales? Trippy can help you plot out your steps before you take them.
Aldiko Book Reader — free
The original Android ebook reader, Aldiko is still an excellent app for reading on your Android.
Kindle for Android — free
If you want access to the growing Amazon ebook library, the Kindle app for Android will open that door for you.
Lyrics App — free
Are you tired of singing "Blinded by the light, wrapped like a goose, another chicken in the night?" Lyrics App can help.
Music Mod (Froyo Only) — free
Let's face it, the Android music app is pretty bland. Froyo users can spice it up with this funky, free app.