By Akhter on October 5, 2011

10 Free Android Apps To Boost Your Productivity With

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Having a smartphone in your pocket has somewhat become a style statement, but apart from its appearance and style appeal, it allows you to perform all tasks that you would perform with your laptop or computer. This is the main reason of smartphone popularity.

For the designing fraternity, there are plentiful Android apps accessible on the internet. So, rather than wasting time in looking for the one you require, have a look at this collection of apps that we have composed here to permit web designers and developers discover the few useful apps they can magnify their productivity with.

View Web Source

With this app you can view the source code of any web page, copy and paste the HTML, select the text and search for it.

HTMLeditor

A simple HTML,ASP,JS and CSS editor for your coding on the road, use menu to >”save and view file” to preview.

Eval your Javascript Code

A simple tool which might be useful in checking with javascript while you commute, or doing some simple maths.

Design Snack Mobile

Design Snack is a featured-rich, interactive and socially-powered web design gallery. It’s web design inspiration, evolved.

AndFTP

AndFTP is a FTP, SFTP, SCP, FTPS client for Android devices. It allows managing several FTP servers. It comes with both a device file browser and a FTP file browser.

HTML Test

Test your skills of HTML with application developed by INTERSOG. Fast and easy. It is a must-have app for web developers, tech enthusiasts and those with a general interest in HTML.

Magic Color Picker

Magic Color Picker is an powerful color selection tool suitable for designers, artists and programmers for selecting colors using different color models.

Devcheats

Developer’s cheat sheets in your android tablet: php, python, ruby on rails, jquery, css, seo, apache, regular expressions, svn, bash, c++, drupal, gcc, gdb, html5, javascript, microformats, mysql, postgreesql, unix, wordpress

W3C Cheatsheet

The W3C Cheatsheet provides quick access to useful information from specifications (incl HTML5, CSS, SVG, XPath) published by W3C, the leading international Web standards community.

Firefox 4 Beta Mobile

Beta version available only for Android 2.0+ devices.





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You can add this also

TextOnly browser for Android
https://market.android.com/details?id=com.spacenext.textonly

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I will try those out! Thanks for the advice! :)

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I think these prices can vary, but it is always more expensive to import it from the US.

Personally my max is $600, but that is just me.

Great! Thanks for the share!

I think these prices can vary, but it is always more expensive to import it from the US.

Personally my limit is $600, but that is just me.

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