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Nigeria is surely getting older, and at 53, we’ve come a long way. From our independence in 1960 till now, there’s been no better time to embrace information technology than the present.  We may still be far behind in this regard, but, trust me, we are catching up pretty fast. Ain’t we?
Handheld technology has become more important than ever, and our phones and tablets are now nearly as important as our business laptops for productivity.
But no matter how smart a phone gets, it is never smarter than the apps installed in it, and unfortunately, the  allocation for apps may not be able to accommodate our ever growing needs for big data.
Application space allocation for the BlackBerry is a no no, Nokia/HTC (Windows Phone) certainly does better in allocation, but my best  in apps space has always been the Samsung/LG (Android) builds, not because they have lots of space (they don’t), but installing a custom Android build saved you lots more additional space for the apps you find more useful.
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If you have enough space on your phone though (say, 2GB +), join me as we explore what I’ll call my ‘independence-day’ list – the best 53 apps you could get on your smartphone.

1. Bible by Lifechurch.tv
2. AIDE
3. Evernote
4. English dictionary (offline)
5. Pulse
6. Facebook
7. Tweetcaster
8. Screenshot Ultimate
9. TuneIn radio (online radio)
10. Spirit Light (FM radio)
11. Pixlr Express
12. Titanium Backup
13. Viber/whatsapp
14. Opera beta/Maxthon browser
15. MusicXmatch
16. Swype + Dragon
17. GO Launcher EX
18. Skype
19. Terminal Emulator
20. Google Translate
21. Avast Mobile Security
22. Avast Mobile Backup
23. World Factbook
24. Kingsoft Office
25. Torch
26. ES File Explorer
27. Foap
28. WordPress
29. Wunderlist
30. Blackmart Alpha
31. Google Authenticator
32. Google Street iew
33. HP iLO mobile
34. Spiceworks mobile
35. Clean master
36. Dropbox
37. Sugar Sync
38. tTorrent
39. Chrome
40. Lucky Patcher
41. Who Becomes Rich
42. Words with Friends
43. Chess
44. InTouch App
45. QPython for Android
46. Droid VPN
47. GT+ Racing free
48. Dead Trigger
49. Despicable Me
50. Google Analytics
51. 4shared
52. Buffer
53. TubeMate

This is a non-exhaustive list as there’s more where that came from. The popular ones like Facebook and don’t need introduction, but in the next few weeks we shall be reviewing the less common ones like Foap, Google Analytics, TubeMate etc.

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