By Daniel Webster | January 7, 2011 7:16 PM
In this episode of the Android Application Weekly we demonstrate some apps that will keep you entertained, take professional looking photos, and find various interesting places while on vacation. To download these directly to your Android device just take a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner to be taken directly to the Android Market.
Camera 360 Lite and $3.99 full
Camera 360 is a semi-profession photography app that converts mundane photos into something exciting. There are numerous effects, filters, and styles available. Save the newly created artwork directly to your Android device and share with your associates.
Hungry Shark 2 Lite and $0.97 full
Hungry Shark 2 is a challenging survival game in which the object is to eat fellow sea creatures while avoiding hazards. Make sure you keep your shark full and happy or it will end up dying. Use the boost to traverse through the water quickly to catch fast swimming prey.
Ninjump A free application
If you enjoy Abduction and Fruit Ninja you will really enjoy Ninjump. The object of the game is to climb up opposing walls while jumping from one wall to the other to avoid objects and destroy enemies. Find a bubble to be protected from a single attack.
Sketch Book $0.99 full, there is no trial or lite version available
Sketch Book is probably the most advanced drawing utility on a mobile platform. There are copious amounts of artistic tools to use and each tool has a near infinite customization ability. The interface is quite finger-friendly even on a small mobile screen.
TripAdvisor A free application
Planning on taking a vacation anytime soon? Even if you are not, TripAdvisor will help you locate interesting attractions to see and experience. Find local restaurants, hotels, and flights to plan your trip accordingly. Read reviews written by the common consumer to help determine if the search result is right for you.