81 Free Apps That Don’t Suck


Eliminate Pro


This multiplayer first-person shooter features ten combat arenas, and can be played competitively online over Wi-Fi or 3G. Or you can team up with friends to battle a very aggressive computer A.I. Quickly earn credits to upgrade your gear by collecting items from drones you’ve defeated in co-op mode.



(BlackBerry, iPhone)

Bejeweled is fun, but the fast-paced Ka-Glom is more explosive—literally. This title has the familiar color matching play that’s been used in many puzzle games, but there’s a twist: the Ka-Glom jelly blocks go “boom.” Connecting four of the same color will cause a chain reaction, shattering blocks. The larger the cluster, the higher the bonus you’ll receive.


Poker Swap


Addictive though it may be, Poker Swap doesn’t take itself seriously, and that’s why this matchmaking title will appeal to everyone. You’re given a 5 x 5 grid of cards dealt face up, and the goal is to make as many of the best poker hands as you can. There are two timed modes (90 seconds and 5 minutes), a Zen Mode that eliminates the clock altogether, and a 20-level survival mode.


Super KO Boxing 2

(Android, iPhone)

Step into the ring as the K.O. Kid. The fearless, over-the-top opponents are stronger than ever, and they will use the most outrageous tactics (e.g., glowing fire fists) to take you down. Once you study their fight patterns, however, an assortment of devastating hooks, punches, and combos will keep you moving up the ranks.


Tap Tap Revenge


A more challenging game than those it’s inspired by (Guitar Hero and Rock Band), Tap Tap Revenge keeps your reflexes sharp. This free ride provides more than 30 levels of varying difficulty, depending on the tune. Additional song packages from the likes of Lady GaGa, Pink, and more can be purchased to up the game’s replay value.


Free Apps That Don’t Suck

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  1. Matthew Says:

    Communication, try Tango. It’s free and works between Android and iPhone.

  2. Stefan Says:

    And what about feed readers (RSS)?

    Is there anything for the android platform that matches akregator in terms of functionality?

  3. K. T. Bradford Says:

    I use NewsRob on Android for RSS feeds. It syncs with Google Reader, so I can manage subscriptions from my computer and the changes go to my phone.

  4. Jesika Says:

    WTF its only three apps? why does it say 81 if its only three?

  5. K. T. Bradford Says:

    Look at the bottom of the post, the other app categories are listed there. We thought 81 apps all on one page would be a bit much.

  6. Cj Says:

    Hey every1 try the app called (Line2), for a communication app you’ll love it!!!!!!!!

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