Maybe you can not tell what mPicture can just make her name. It’s an app that lets you amazing and unique wallpapers for your home screen and easy to change. The total includes thousands of beautiful images, which are clearly sorted. Choose the one you want and gather it to your SD card again easy to use. It’s really a good helper to decorate your home screen with some great pictures.

Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos B5512: Samsung released a Cheap Dual SIM Android smartphone with QWERTY keypad in January 2012. It comes with a 3.15 MP primary camera and 0.3 MP secondary camera and works on a Gingerbread Android v2.3 Operating system to let the buyer access to innumerable android apps. Apps like Google Search, Gmail, Gtalk, YouTube etc can be accessed through this handset. Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duo is priced at Rs.9500.

However, before downloading anything off the internet and uploading it on you android tablet or phone; you should take note of certain aspects of the software as to avoid malware and spy ware. You should always look at how many times the app has been downloaded; the more the better. You should also check out the developer of the application. It should preferably be a well known and reputable developer who has a number of other legitimate apps. You should also take note of the permissions that the app requests. The permissions may be obvious or they may be explained. If they look too aggressive though, you might want to let that one pass.

Shopaholics like me will certainly drool over this glorious app, known as ShopSavvy. All you have to do is to take picture of a product’s barcode, and the app does the rest. It decodes the barcode, and searches for relatively higher prices online from other sources. It has additionally acquired a rating filter within the bottom that helps you making the suitable alternative in no time.

On top of A500 is a headphone socket. The tablet is 13.3mm thick and weighs 765g. That means its 164g heavier than the iPad 2. The A500 runs on the Tegra 2 processor and has 1GB of RAM.

One thing to note though is that most search engines, such as Google do not really monitor those who upload applications on to the internet and as such, you might run into a few applications that have some bugs in them, have malware or are simply low quality. To reduce these though, Google has come up with a filtering approach that makes use of a grading system to eliminate such apps. The grading system works by giving stars to an app. The more stars an app has; the better it is. Also, it has review sections where users can leave their comments in regards to the app.

If we analyze the latest Android tablets we will see that these have some really impressive hardware specifications. Take the example of Asus Transformer. It is one of the top Android tablets that run on Android 3.x version. Its stunning IPS screen and powerful processor let the users enjoy using million of apps developed by Android experts. For this Honeycomb tablet, various Android development companies have developed appropriate apps that are famous now days.