Get Organized! The Top 5 Mobile Apps in 2010

Mobile devices like Smart Phones and PDA’s are exploding in popularity. With this popularity comes millions of apps for every device in varying categories like social networking, games, entertainment and travel, to name a few. Currently the top 5 mobile apps throughout all categories are listed below.1. Quickoffice.You can bring the productivity of the classic Microsoft Office suite to your phone. It can open and edit Word and Excel files. It also includes an extensive file viewer that works with PDF files and most image types. The ability to cleanly view PDFs would make a solid app on its own. Combined with its word processing and spreadsheet capabilities, Quickoffice easily makes the list.2. Franklin Planner.The physical Franklin Planner binder is a commonly considered a business essential and the industry standard planning system. In the late 90s, it was released for Palm OS, making it one of the oldest and best established mobile apps. It is now available for multiple platforms. For both business and personal planning needs, Franklin Planner remains the gold standard of planners both offline and for smartphones.3. eBuddy Mobile Messenger.This program provides an impressive level of connectivity. AOL Instant Messenger, Facebook, Gtalk, ICQ, MSN, MySpace, and Yahoo are all available through this small, gorgeous app. Not only can you chat while on the go, you are able to connect to all of your networks at once within a single program. That is enough to make it feel like this mobile app is more powerful than desktop applications! They have a web version for those who need their multi-network chat fix at their home computer.4. Google Mobile.This suite is a great example of why Google dominates the online marketplace. Google Mobile puts Gmail, Google Maps, and YouTube in your pocket. With three essential web services direct to your phone, Google shows that they understand what their consumers demand. Be careful with the YouTube usage unless you have an unlimited data plan. Video bandwidth can quickly eat through a limited usage allowance.5. Opera Mini.With all of the other app choices, it is easy to overlook basics like web browsing. Every Smart Phone owner should use Opera Mini. It is a compact, well-coded browser that runs quickly and puts all of the current default browsers to shame. It compresses all the pages through Opera’s dedicated servers. This is great for websites that do not have a mobile version or that you want to see in full version. You see the page as other visitors would. The compression is very efficient and can help you save big on data usage. Opera Mini is the hands down king of mobile apps.