HTC Inspire 4G is a smartphone with Android 2.2, there are hundreds of HTC Inspire 4G Apps available. Here's the list of 25 best HTC Inspire 4G Apps.
Many apps from the Android Market can be quickly accessed by scanning their barcode information. Scanning with what? Why, your Droid X, of course!
By using an app such as Barcode Scanner, you can instantly read in and translate barcodes to product descriptions, Web page links, or links directly to apps in the Android Market.
Though you can find similar barcode-scanning apps, I find Barcode Scanner the easiest to use: Run the app. Point the phone’s camera at a bar code and, in a few moments, you see a link or an option for what to do next. For getting an app, the Open Browser option takes you to the Android Market, where obtaining the app is just a few touches away.
Facebook for Android makes it easy to stay connected and share with friends. You can share status updates from your home screen, chat with your friends, check out your News Feed, review your upcoming Events, look at your friends’ walls and user info, upload photos, share links, check your Inbox, and view posted videos.
Flash Player is a runtime plug-in for your device browser that enables a FULL web browsing experience on your device including access to your favorite videos, games and interactive content. Having Flash Player on your device gives you freedom to access the same immersive content you experience on a desktop PC anywhere, anytime.
Discover what’s happening right now, anywhere in the world with the official Twitter for Android app. Realtime search, trending topics and maps show whats happening now.
Tweet, send DMs, share photos, videos and links to your friends and the world.
Get Google Maps with Navigation (Beta), Places with Hotpot, and Latitude
Google Maps has GPS navigation system, places with Hotpot, See friends on the map, explore the map in 3D, Use compass mode to rotate the map to where you're facing, improved map caching and offline Navigation rerouting if you lose your connection.
The Movies app is the Droid X gateway to Hollywood. It lists currently running films and films that are opening, and it has links to your local theaters with showtimes and other information. It’s also tied into the popular Rotten Tomatoes Web site for reviews and feedback. If you enjoy going to the movies, you’ll find the Movies app a valuable addition to your Droid X.
The Google Finance android app is an excellent market-tracking tool for folks who are obsessed with the stock market or want to keep an eye on their portfolios.
The android app offers you an overview of the market and updates to your stocks, as well as links to financial news.
To get the most from this Droid X app, configure Google Finance on the Web, using your computer. You can create lists of stocks to watch, which are then instantly synchronized with your Droid X. You can visit Google Finance on the Web at www.google.com/finance
As with other Google services, Google Finance is provided to you for free, as part of your Google account.
This amazing service gives you a free Google telephone number that rings all your phones when someone calls it. It also allows you to make calls and send free text messages from this free number. The best part is that when someone leaves you a voice-mail message in your Google Voice inbox, it’s automatically transcribed and can be sent to you as an email or SMS text message. Conference calling and low-priced international calling round out a feature set that’s irresistible.
Developer: Google (www.google.com/mobile/voice)
The Ringdroid android app lets you customize and create ringtones for the Droid X. You can either snip a segment of music already on your phone or use the phone to record your own ringtone. This one-purpose app does its only job very well.
KakaoTalk is a phone number based messenger service that allows iPhone and android users anywhere in the world to chat one-to-one or in a group for free.
Message arrivals are instantly notified with Push Alert and you can send various multimedia such as pictures, videos, and contact telephone number.
Enjoy KakaoTalk with your friends, colleagues, and family and experience the world of multimedia chatting.
Never miss another goal, pitch, basket, try, touchdown or wicket. Whether you follow the NFL or the Premier League, the Ashes or MLB, NASCAR or Formula One, ScoreCenter offers the most comprehensive sports coverage available on your Android device.
Watch Live Sports
Watch Live Sports on your phone! Watch professional sports games, live! No monthly fees! This app searches the web for pages which may show your game and gives you a variety of links to watch the game!
BuddyMob is a social networking tool where you can post your media feeds, follow your friends on a map and chat with them.
Share your profile and look for new friends on BuddyMob.
Create a BuddyMob account and link your MSN, AIM, Google Talk, Yahoo, Facebook and Twitter accounts to it.
No SMS fees.
One program that the Droid X is missing out of the box is a notepad. A good choice for an app to fill that void is AK Notepad: You can type or dictate short messages and memos, which I find handy.
For example, before a recent visit to the hardware store, I made (dictated) a list of what I needed by using AK Notepad. I also keep some important items as notes, things that I often forget or don’t care to remember, such as frequent flyer numbers, my dress shirt and suit size (like I ever need that info), and other important notes I might need handy but not cluttering my brain.
Perhaps the most important note you can make is one containing your contact information. A note labeled In Case You Find This Phone on my Droid X contains information about me in case I ever lose my phone and someone is decent enough to search it for my information.
Yeah, it’s a game. The object is simple: Toss a crumpled piece of paper into a trashcan. The trashcan appears in varying locales and at different distances.
Your nemesis is a circulating fan, which affects the arc of your throw. My record is ten in a row. And I love the polite “golf clapping” that takes place after each successful shot. It’s a clever and addicting game.
The Droid X has many settings and even more places buried on the phone where you have to go to change those settings: Brightness. Volume. Bluetooth. Wi-Fi. That’s not a challenge when you install the Quick Settings app. With its simple idea, what Quick Settings does is place all common phone settings on one screen. You can turn settings on or off or make adjustments without having to venture down into the deep, dark recesses of the Settings screens. This Droid X app is pure genius.
I admit to not being a sports nut, so it’s difficult for me to identify with the craving to have the latest scores, news, and schedules. The sports nuts in my life, however, tell me that the very best app for that purpose is a handy thing named SportsTap.
Rather than blather on about something I’m not into, just take my advice and obtain SportsTap. I believe you’ll be thrilled.
ShopSavvy turns your Droid into a portable comparison shopping research assistant. It uses the camera in your phone to scan the bar code on any product and then finds the best prices on the Internet and at nearby local stores. Just fire it up, point your Droid’s camera at virtually any bar code, and wait for the beep. ShopSavvy displays a list of results for that item, including prices.
Developer: Big in Japan, Inc. (www.biggu.com/apps/shopsavvy-android)
Although several free weather apps are available for the Droid, WeatherBug is my favorite weather app for Android. It lets you view current conditions, forecasts, National Weather Service (NWS) alerts, radar, maps, camera views, and video. It also offers location-based preferences and an excellent widget for your Droid’s home screen.
The Elite version includes enhanced contour weather maps showing lightning strikes, humidity, pressure, and wind speed; radar animation; and an additional home-screen widget that displays an extended three-day forecast. My favorite feature is the locations summary page, which displays weather conditions for all of your saved locations.
Developer: WeatherBug (www.weatherbug.com)
I bet that My Tracks was developed by a team at Google that’s into outdoor sports, because this app allows your Droid to record live GPS and output statistics about your run, hike, or bike ride over a given period, including your location, speed, distance, and elevation. You can upload all this data to Google Spreadsheets and Google Maps, and if you’re competitive, you can even share your results with a friend. After you’ve captured several sets of data from your daily run or bike ride, you can track your progress.
To use My Tracks, make sure that GPS is turned on (touch Settings > Location & Security > Use GPS Satellites), launch the app, and touch Menu > Record Track. You’ll see yourself represented as a small triangle on a Google map. Go do your thing, and when you’re finished, touch Stop.
Whether you’re a casual outdoors type or a diehard triathlete, you’ll definitely get a kick out of My Tracks.
Developer: Google (http://mytracks.appspot.com)Version 1.0.21
Twitter is a love-it-or-hate-it type of thing, and if you love it, I’ve got a Twitter client for you: Twidroid Pro. It’s the de facto standard Twitter client for Android and seems perfectly at home on the Droid. A free version is available, but the Pro version is worth the five bucks, which gets you support for multiple accounts, video posting, and themes.
If that weren’t enough, Twidroid Pro offers a laundry list of other excellent features, such as native bit.ly support, an integrated buzz viewer (trends), and additional support for URL shorteners and photo-posting services.
Developer: Zimmermann and Marban (www.twidroid.com)
Although the Droid’s Gallery app scans the entire microSD card for media and will play video files, it’s not a fullfledged video player. Luckily, third-party developers are addressing that omission.
For playing videos, I recommend Jeff Hamilton’s basic Video Player. It plays video files from the SD card and supports numerous formats, including MPEG4 or 3GPP with H.264 or H.263 and MP3, AAC, and AMR audio. Videos need to be 480 x 352 pixels or smaller to play back properly.
If this app doesn’t have enough horsepower for you, several other video player apps are available in the Market, including aPlayer, Act 1, and Cinema.
Developer: Jeff Hamilton, Google (www.google.com)
MyBackup Pro isn’t the sexiest app in the Android Market, but if your Droid gets lost or damaged, you’ll wish that you used it. It can restore data and applications easily on the same phone or a new one.
MyBackup Pro can back up your Droid’s data to an SD card or to RerWare’s secure online servers. It can also back up your installation files so that you don’t have to download all your applications again if you wipe or change phones. The best part is that you can schedule it to back up your phone at a set interval. (Let’s face it—nobody always remembers to back up.)
I highly recommend that you store your backups on RerWare’s servers in addition to storing them on your microSD card. If you lose your phone, you’re going to lose the microSD card that’s inside it, along with your data. All data that you store online, however, is kept private and secure.
Developer: RerWare (www.rerware.com/MyBackup)
ASTRO File Manager
ASTRO File Manager gives you tools to manage all the files on your Droid. It won’t be of much use to a novice user, but it’s a tinkerer’s dream come true. With this app, you can copy, move, delete, and rename files on your SD card. You can even work with multiple files and directories at the same time. The application runs in the background, so your actions will be completed even if you receive a phone call during the process.
ASTRO allows you to send files as attachments; view thumbnails and images; and even browse and create compressed files, including .zip and .tar. You can also use it to back up applications and manage running applications. It’s literally a Swiss-army-knife app for Android.
Developer: Metago (www.metago.net/astro/fm)
Advanced Task Manager
Background apps are among the defining features of the Android operating system. It’s handy to listen to a streaming Internet radio station while you’re replying to email, for example. The problem is that apps running in the background consume precious battery life and other system resources. If you don’t need to have them running, you’d be better off killing them.
Advanced Task Manager is a super-handy app that lets you view, edit, and end any of the applications (processes) that are running on your Droid. You can also view the memory footprint of each app and instantly switch to any running app. On your schedule, the application also frees all your memory except for the apps you specify, and it comes with a widget too.
Price: 99 cents
Developer: Arron La (www.arronla.com)