Google Reveal The Top 50 Android Applications (46 Public)

Here’s a rundown of the top 46 Android developer challenge winners who made the final 50. If you’re wondering 4 of the entries opted out of the public list, but im sure we’ll find out about them shortly. We’ve taken the liberty of matching up the domains/websites to go along with this list, if we’ve missed yours feel free to drop us a note in the comments.

Alternatively if you’re looking for a home to publish updates and releases for your Android apps why not drop us a line!

AndroidScan – Jeffrey Sharkey

Scan is an Android application that finds pricing and metadata for anything with a barcode. http://scan.jsharkey.org/

Beetaun – Sergey Gritsyuk and Dmitri Shipilov

Beetaun is a social network around geographical content created by people and for people (from your neighborhood, from your city, from your country, from all over the world).

http://beetaun.com/

BioWallet – Jose Luis Huertas Fernandez

A biometric authentication system for Android. This application features iris recognition and can act as a password safe and provide single sign-on for other Android apps.

BreadCrumbz – Amos Yoffe

BreadCrumbz’ unique approach to navigation enables a new kind of user-created geo-content. Our aim is to develop a platform and a community where people create, store and share geo-content that is meaningful to them with their friends (“find my house”, “where I left my car at the airport”) or with the world (“best mountainbiking route in the area”, “find my cool shop”, “to your hospital’s department of suregery”, etc.).

http://www.bcrumbz.com/

CallACab – Konrad Huebner and Henning Boeger

City Slikkers – PoroCity Media and Virtual Logic Systems

Commandro – Alex Pisarev, Andrey Tapekha

Commandro shows where are your friends REALLY are and what are they’re doing at the moment. We use GPS location information in order to make sure that you and your friends have actually reached the planned destinations, and, hence, will display 100% true real-life event and location information with regards to your and your friends.

http://commandro.net/

Cooking Capsules – Mary Ann Cotter and Muthuselvam Ramadoss

Cooking Capsules is the first smart phone utility of it’s kind. Cooking Capsules are for anyone who wants to simplify the process of cooking. Simply “watch” a very short cooking show, “shop” with the grocery list, and “make” using the handy step-by-step recipe directions.

http://www.cookingcapsules.com/

Diggin – Daniel Johansson, Aramis Waernbaum, Andreas Hedin

Dyno – Virachat Boondharigaputra

e-ventr – Michael Zitzelsberger

Eco2go – Taneem Talukdar, Gary Pong, Jeff Kao and Robert Lam

Em-Radar – Jack Kwok

fingerprint – Robert Mickle

FreeFamilyWatch – Navee Technologies LLC

http://naveetech.com/

goCart – Rylan Barnes

GolfPlay – Inizziativa Networks

GolfPlay has been created as an answer to the high demand existing amongst golf lovers for reliable, accurate and free software. Its objective is to give support to all the real time necessities of a golf player during a game, using GPS location and an online querying site where it is possible to access to their game statistics, tournament creation and a social network to exchange impressions with other users about the sport that links them: golf.

http://www.inizziativa.com/GolfPlay/index.php

gWalk – Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus ten Hagen, Christian Klinger, Marko Modsching, Rene Scholze

HandWx – Weathertop Consulting LLC

HandWx is an Android application that will deliver 7-day weather forecasts to your phone.

http://handwx.com/

IMEasy – Yan Shi

Jigsaw – Mikhail Ksenzov

JOYity – Zelfi AG

LifeAware – Gregory Moore, Aaron L. Obrien, Jawad Akhtar

Locale – Clare Bayley, Christina Wright, Jasper Lin, Carter Jernigan

LReady Emergency Manager – Chris Hulls, Dilpreet Singh, Luis Carvalho, Phuong Nguyen

Marvin – Pontier Laurent

Mobeedo – Sengaro GmbH

Multiple Facets Instant Messenger – Virgil Dobjanschi

MyCloset – Mamoru Tokashiki

PedNav – RouteMe2 Technologies Inc.

Phonebook 2.0 – Voxmobili

PicSay – Eric Wijngaard

PiggyBack – Christophe Petit and Sebastien Petit

Pocket Journey – Anthony Stevens and Rosie Pongracz

Rayfarla – Stephen Oldmeadow

Safety Net – Michael DeJadon

SocialMonster – Ben Siu-Lung Hui and Tommy Ng

SplashPlay

Sustain- Keeping Your Social Network Alive – Niraj Swami

SynchroSpot – Shaun Terry

Talkplay – Sung Suh Park

Teradesk – José Augusto Athayde Ferrarini

The Weather Channel for Android – The Weather Channel Interactive Inc.

TuneWiki – TuneWiki Inc.

Wikitude-the Mobile Travel Guide – Philipp Breuss

Writing Pad – ShapeWriter Inc

[via Google Android Blog]

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  • TareX

    If Enkin isn’t one of the missing 4 then an Android phone isn’t worth getting.

    But I’ll admit, lots of good apps there, except for the lack of GBA/SNES/MAME emulators.

  • Nes

    How about an android magazine ..Iphone have product support mags and new software support for it’s phone..

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    Great idea…I agree.. Come on chaps. How about an Android mag???

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    Yes, agreed. An Android magazine would really take off, I think and also engender more development of open source applications. I think we need to have one. Editors, can you seriously look into this please. — Thanks, Gaurav

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    Can anyone please suggest me any application which i can develop in android??

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    How does this list manage to not have ANY of my 3 fav’s: Google Goggles, My911, or Craigslist Checker!

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    Why doesn’t someone come up with an android app that mirrors what is available in the PALM OS like decent contact software with user designated categories. I can’t do half what I did with my Palm.

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    They are missing Parallel Kingdom. It’s a must have for people on the go. It uses you real world location to place you in the game.

    Use referral code SDMUB… Good luck!

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    They missed out on NetGenie. my phone’s useless without it

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    What is the green dot mean by peoples name or yellow when I tap a contact. Thank-you

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    The CNET app. has android news.

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