All of us know that Android Market is saturated with so many free Android apps , we may not usually think of going for paid Android apps until the app is good enough to be paid for. However, app developers know this, and generally when they are charging you for an application they do it knowing that they have made something that is worth paying . Paid apps are generally user friendly, offer more options, or simply do something better than a free app. Paid apps that I will be discussing today are extremely useful and one would not really mind paying for them owing to the usefulness of these apps. So let us have a look at the paid Android apps now.
1.PowerAMP Music Player
Do you Love listening to songs? Well Power AMP Music Player is an amazing Android app which can play almost all types of files like m4a, mp3, mp4 including flac, wav, alc, ogg, wv, tta, ape as well as wma files. This app is embedded with ten band graphic equalizer for the formats which are supported, Treble controls and separate Bass as well. The paid Android app also has features that include tag editor, lock screen, widgets, skin, folder system and library support and fast scan.
Price: Around (4.99 USD)
DocumentsToGo app might help you save significantly more money than you have spent buying it. This one is very useful to all those who have complaints about Google Android phone and device that they are unable to open certain document types like Microsoft Word, Adobe PDF, Excel, or MS Power Point. I don’t have to explain how this can make a difference in your life, you’d be able to do a bit of work on your commute without having to carry a laptop wherever you go, and regardless of where you are at the moment, you can catch up on your work. Seeing that you can get it for modest it would be silly not to make use of this handy little app. Also, DocumentsToGo allows you to save the document to your device, share it with your friends , protect your document with password and adjust the formatting of the document. (Price 14.99)
This app was initially free, now available for $19.99 per year. This app is supposed to make the loss of your phone a slightly less traumatic event. This phone security program backs up the data such as SMS, contacts, photos etc in the cloud. If in any case you lose your phone, WaveSecure will let you lock your phone and track it through SMS and GPS triangulation. You will also be informed when someone else tries to put in her/his SIM in your device. In case you have no hopes of finding your cell phone, you may go with remote wipe option. The app is free, but you’ll need to pay annual subscription of $19.99 if you want to use it.
Price: Around (19.99 USD)
Vignette app will give you a number of effects as well as shooting options for your Android device. With this you can enjoy features such as geo tagging and self timer. Also, you will definitely like the colorization toys. Are you not satisfied with your phone’s camera, Vignette is the application you need.
Price: (3.99 USD)
This app itself is free, but you’re not going to get much out of it until you sign yourself up for a Spotify Premium account. They’re not cheap at, not at all, and you can’t get the service world wide right now but, if you like music, even a little, and can afford it, then it’s something you simply must add to your arsenal. This one offers unlimited mobile access to the kind of vast catalogue of music you’ll only catch out with the Beatles and some forms of obscure Norwegian pipe music.
Price: £120 per year
So readers, these were some of the paid Android apps which I think any Android user would love to have. Which paid Android app do you think is worth buying? You can share with us under comments.