Voted the Best Casual Game of 2008 for the iPhone, Labyrinth is a simple old time puzzle game that will get you hooked from the start.
Easy to play and with 10 levels there's enough to get you started but you'll be left wanting more! Simply tilt your phone to roll a ball in to a hole avoiding the obstacles along the way. It uses the accelerometer on your android phone to mimic a real life ball-and-maze game.
If you haven't downloaded this game you are missing out! Just search for labyrinth lite in the app market and you'll find it
Although it's been in the Android Market for a while, the Dolphin Browser people have recently added multitouch support for the Droid which should also work on the Hero and CyanogenMod. This increasingly popular browser is gradually taking the default browser spot on alot of Android mobiles.
Multitouch is not the only advantage to this browser, you can also download youtube videos, use tabbed browsing and use gestures for shortcuts. Dolphin browser is available on the Android Market or you can download it at browser.mgeek.mobi
This app has been around for awhile but I recently found it while i was looking for a way to remotely
control a HTPC.
It turns your Android device into a wireless mouse and keyboard... excellent. I have tried it with wifi on my G1 and it works a charm.
Simply go to www.remotedroid.net and download the server for the PC or laptop you want to control. Start the server on your machine and it will display your local ip address.
On your android mobile phone search the marketplace for remotedroid and install, connect your phone to your wifi and launch the app. To setup the app just enter the given ip address of your pc and hit connect.
It is that easy to setup. You will have left and right mouse buttons, the top section of the screen acts like a laptop touchpad, move your finger and the mouse moves. You also have the ability to control the cursor with the trackball.
Oh yes not to forget the keyboard is fully functional also!!
Recommended wifi only, I have used it over edge/3G but it suffers latency problems, this may also be unsecure.Check out the video below for a full demo.
Sidebar is an app that helps smartphone users find suitable apps for their phone, it's an app for finding apps.
It will eventually be rolled out for all smartphones but in a move thats getting more popular Android users can be the first to try out the software. Primarily configured for the Verizon Droid it should work on most android devices.
You can download it here.
Its great for finding new apps, once a series of questions are answered, eg age, location, gender etc Sidebar will automatically search for apps that you will most likely be interested in, updating the list every 24 hours.