Top 10 Android Apps for Entertainment

Here's a look at some of the best apps for your Android phone that will keep you entertained for hours, wherever you are.

TuneWiki (Free)

TuneWiki is a simple and effective app that automatically displays song lyrics as you listen to music on your phone. The app pulls the lyrics from an Internet database, so what you read might not always be the best match, but in my tests it proved to be pretty accurate.

The app also lets you search for the corresponding YouTube video of the song you're currently enjoying. In addition, you can share what you're hearing with others in your area, and use Google Maps to find out what songs people around the world are listening to.

TuneWiki (Free)

TuneWiki is a simple and effective app that automatically displays song lyrics as you listen to music on your phone. The app pulls the lyrics from an Internet database, so what you read might not always be the best match, but in my tests it proved to be pretty accurate.

The app also lets you search for the corresponding YouTube video of the song you're currently enjoying. In addition, you can share what you're hearing with others in your area, and use Google Maps to find out what songs people around the world are listening to.

Entertainment Essentials

Using your Android phone should be fun. Whether you own an early G1, use a Motorola Droid, or just picked up the new HTC Droid Incredible, you can grab plenty of fun apps that will keep you entertained. But with over 30,000 apps now available in the Android Market, finding the real gems can take a while. Here are our top ten entertainment essentials to get you started. Best of all, most of them are free.

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