There are tens of thousands of apps in the Android Marketplace but 10 CNET Editors have each chosen 10 of their favorite apps to twiddle that library down to a manageable Top 100.
- They are allowed any freedom they want, what to choose, so the nice thing about this is you see different personalities come out.
- CNET Senior Editor, Kent German placed an app called Read It Later at the Top of his list of 10 Favorites.
- It's an app that let's you save all of the articles you see when you're browsing on your phone,
puts it in a queue, so when you go back and you wanna look at everything you saved, you can read wherever you want.
- As an avid traveler, German also selected a variety of vacation planning apps like TripAdvisor, Flight Tracker and Kayak.
- Once you plan a trip, everything from flights, hotels, car rentals, save it one place, you can have it on your phone and they can alert you when your flight is delayed, things like that.
- And when you're on vacation, German says you need a good photo app for customizing your camera phone pictures.
- You can change the orientation, you can turn it black and white, you can actually use it a little like Photoshop,
So I use on called Camera 360.
- Visit CNET.com for a complete list of the Top 100 Android Apps.
In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi, CNET.com for CBS News.
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