Like their free counterparts, the most popular applications in the Android Market are constantly changing as new applications are introduced, but here’s a look at some of the most popular paid applications available for your Android phone. Of course, these are only a few of the thousands of applications available for the Android platform.
Fantasy Tracker for Android lets you track your Yahoo! Fantasy Football stats. The application allows you to watch your stats change in real time, or you can choose to run Fantasy Tracker in the background and be alerted to stat changes.
With MyBackup Pro, a lost or damaged phone doesn’t have to mean your data is gone forever. This app will backup applications, contacts, text and picture messages, call logs, system settings and more. MyBackup Pro gives you the option to backup to a microSD card or online sever. Five bucks may seem a bit steep for a mobile application, but those who have lost their phones may agree that it is well worth it.
Pixelpipe’s app, which has impressed most of those willing to update to the paid version, allows users to syndicate text, images, audio and video across a slew of different social network and blogging sites. The software supports most networks, including, Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, Blogger, YouTube, Photobucket and many more.
PRO Zoom Camera 5X is developed as a replacement to the default Android camera application. As its name suggests, it provides a 5x digital zoom in addition to a number of additional camera settings and effects. The app also provides an image editor that allows users to resize, crop, and add text and clipart to images and then send the final product using Gmail.
Like MyBackup Pro, this is another app you are likely to wish you had sprung for. As its name suggest, Where’s My Droid provides a number of options for finding your lost Android phone. If your phone is on silent, you can send the device a custom text message to turn off silent mode and turn the ringer to the highest volume level. The application will also provide the GPS location of your phone.
These applications can be purchased directly from your Android device through the Android Market.