I don’t know about you, but when I’m on the marketplace I spend a lot of time just browsing through the apps trying to find something decent and anything to make my life easier is welcome. This PR just hit my inbox about AndroidAppsFinder.com which is a site that can help people find apps easier, I browsed the site a bit earlier and bookmarked it for later, more in-depth viewing, but it seems to have promise. They have the apps categorized of course but also have them rated in levels of Gold, Silver and Bronze to help you find the best of the best. I know I hate getting an app that sounds great only to find it’s crap, this site seems like it might be able to help weed out the bad apps. Judge for yourself I guess, check out the site and see how it works.


Whether an Android phone user is looking for new workout plans, personal finance programs, coupons for household items, the latest NFL news or local weather updates, they may feel a bit overwhelmed. Finding the best Android apps for any individual’s lifestyle, needs and interests can be a challenging thing to do. Thanks to the new Gold, Silver and Bronze levels, AndroidAppsFinder.com makes it easier – and faster – than ever to sort through more than 100,000 Android apps, including a variety of free Android apps.

In addition to a list of the best Android apps, broken into the aforementioned groups, the free site makes it simple to browse the apps because they are broken down into specific categories. The site goes one step further and conveniently separates the free Android apps from the paid options.

“While Android apps can certainly make your life easier, finding the best ones can be a huge challenge, and it can consume valuable time. Android Apps Finder makes the process simple, so that you can find the app you want when you need it,” said Jed Lampi, owner and founder of AndroidAppsFinder.com.

With Gold, Silver and Bronze levels that make for easier searching, AndroidAppsFinder.com is regularly updated with the latest apps and information. Likewise, users of the Android Apps Finder site don’t have to log in to get the information that they’re seeking – each app page has a QR code, so users can simply scan the code using a free barcode scanner app on their phone. All of this makes the entire process of finding the best Android apps and downloading them as smooth as possible.







  1. When I am looking for something specific, I use the search feature. Maybe I am a minimalist, but that is what search is for.
    Half the fun of just browsing for me is reading user comments. Sometimes If the app sounds interesting, but gets bad reviews like “doesn’t work” then I want to try it more, just to say it “worked great for me on My Dell Streak 5”.
    I tried app brain back when I was a noob, seemed like searching the market, except I still had to go to the market to get the app. Just an extra step really.
    But I understand, we all have a job to do.

Comments are closed.