Android, the next big thing, every 3 out of 10 persons in this world own an Android Phone/Tablet, soon it will replace every computer in this earth. Here i have collected 25 Android Apps Devs and Designers, which they should MUST have!
AndFTP is a JAVA application which enable you to access your web servers via your mobile. It supports FTP, SFTP and FTPS. Using AndFTP you can upload and download files with resume capability, rename, delete, create files and folders. It has very easy to navigate interface and, it is FREE.
2. SilverEdit (free)
A simple source code editor app, SilverEdit lets you code up full HTML, CSS, PHP files that you can save to your phone or send to your email account. Combined with AndFTP (above), you can build and push websites with your Android handheld device! At the moment, it still suffers from functionality problems on certain Android devices, but is getting more stable with each version release
The Magic Color Picker make you able to browse different colors through color-wheel. This application provides you the value of colors in different formats like RGB, HSV, YUV, HSL and hexadecimal. This also provide different choices for the display of web palette, you can use palette or sliders, choice is yours! This application is FREE!
Iromihon Color Palette is a very basic application to adjust and see colors. It has RGB, HSB and HSL models. It also work as color light or flash light in full screen mode, This application provide the ability to add User Color Names which make handy quick references while working with specific palettes.
5. Photoshop (free)
Adobe brings the ever-popular Photoshop to the Android platform. Unfortunately “but as to be expected” it has limited functionality compared to its desktop counterpart, but does include the essential basic image processing functions such as crop, rotate, filters, and image saturation adjustments. It also allows you to share your work on Photoshop.com.
Every graphic designer has a deep relation with flick so i have selected this application. Flickr Uploader Pro backup you pictures to your flickr account automatically. It runs in background but it can back up files only when WIFI is available. It costs $1.99.
7. View Web Source (free)
If you come upon a mobile site that you want to study whilst you’re browsing the Mobile Web, View Web Source allows you to inspect and download the entire source code of the page to its text editor. It gives you the ability to edit and manipulate the code, make comments, and save the file on your phone (or send to your email account).
Flubble is a ActionScript 3 (AS3) stub creator. It allows you to create shell classes or outlines to work in your flash of flex applications. The interface is as simple as possible. You can save and load a class or you can email it as an ActionScript file or in an XML format. This application is FREE.
9. Dropbox (free)
A popular app for web designers and other creatives, Dropboxâ€“the ubiquitous cloud-based file backup toolâ€“allows you to access a remote folder with documents you have stored on the server. Simply save files on one computer and youâ€™ll be able to access the saved files from any computer or mobile device. The free Android app gives you mobile access to your Dropbox account. Itâ€™s a must-have tool for those who work with files and documents that need to be shared across multiple computers and devices.
If you are working as a freelancer and feeling lazy, then this application can help you. Freelancer Ex12131 is a free handy tool to generate excuses which forces your client or boss to back off. It includes 200 funny excuses which you can use to have 1 more free day. Specially designed for lazy freelancers.
Every web developer and blogger know the importance to Google Analytics. By using Google Analytics for Android you can keep an eye on you summary statistics while you are not home or office. This application is secure, fast ,light weight and supports Date range comparison, Graphs and charts for each report, Custom date ranges, Favorites, Geo-location reports, Regex-enabled searches. It is not free you can buy it by visiting Android Marketplace from your mobile phone!
Â 12. WordPress Mobile (free)
If you maintain a WordPress site, WordPress for Android is an open source app that allows you to write new posts, edit content and manage comments, all through the lovely WordPress UI. It’s great for blogging on the go.
13. Photo Workshop
Photo Workshop is a very easy-to-use and powerful photo editing application for Android which offers many features of photo manipulation like Crop, Rotate, Drawing Pad, Stamp, Text Overlay, Effects, Frames, Edges, Re-size and Tuning. It costs 2.99$ and supports 320Ã—480 devices.
14. Thinking Space (free)
As a web designer, you can’t turn off your magnificent creative brainpower and you’re always brewing up creative ideas for site designs wherever you are. Thinking Space is an Android app designed for recording brainstorms and for mapping out your garbled thoughts so that when an idea hits, you’ll have a structured medium to convey them in. An excellent feature of this app is the ability to sync with Google App Engine; this means you can upload your data to the cloud and access them from anywhere via your Android mobile device or through FreeMind (the open source desktop version of the app).
Every graphic designer and web developer needs access to his photobucket account so here is an application by using which you can take photobucket everywhere with you on your mobile device. You can download, capture and upload photos. Browse and search in different categories, manage your photobucket albums and copy image URL links to post on web. This application is free for use.
16. Typography Junkies (free)
Every designer should have a good typography source of inspiration; web typography is an important part of design. With Typography Junkies for Android, you can keep up-to-date with the very latest in font news by way of videos, images, social media and much more.
17. View Web Source
Very simple application to view page source of any website. You will also be able to select text, search for text as well as copy and paste the HTML. You can use the share feature from the menu and select View Web Source. This application is FREE.
18. HTML Test (free)
Need to review your HTML prowess? HTML Test is a great Android app to have if you’re just starting out in this whole web design game. The app will test your knowledge about HTML, giving you multiple-choice questions that you have to answer within a predefined time.
Nowadays most of the blogs uses WordPress. So this application is designed to facilitate the bloggers who want to remain update with their website. By using this application you can write new posts, edit content, and manage comments with built-in notifications. This application is open source and free.
20. Color Pal
Color Pal allows you to rapidly search the latest or the most popular color palettes.
22. Bloo â€“ Facebook
Facebook is very important for every web-site owner, every website has its own fan page or group which is to be updated regularly. Using Bloo you can use facebook from your mobile devices easily.
yap Yap is another android application of twitter and it is FREE for use.
A code editor, which comes with many great features such as incremental search, code highlighting, code suggestions, developer’s keyboard, integrated FTP client, and even lets you run simple scripts.
25. CSS Cheat Sheet
CSS Cheat Sheet is a quick course refresher of CSS properties and values for every CSS developers. By using this application you can revise or learn many aspects of CSS language. Cost $0.99