Introducing the 2014 Layout for the Ultimate Android App List. As many of you will notice from the previous 2012 Layout, many apps are now gone. From what had become a repository of applications, is now a concise list of applications. There are several reasons for this. I wanted to be inclusive, there were many apps that performed well at different things, I wanted to give people options. This current layout has slimmed because some apps now do everything better than others and I'm only including what I deem to be the best apps, so you don't have to waste space on your phone installing a bunch of meh apps. This is not the final list. This is an ever evolving list. I KNOW that I've missed some applications and for most of the applications have done so on purpose. If I see an app that was missed that I didn't realize was important, I will re-add it, so please let me know if I've missed something very important. I'll at the very least explain why it was not added if I decide to keep it off the list. Immediately, you'll notice that the new layout is broken down into different sections for each post and each section is broken down further into sub sections. This makes finding types of apps easier rather than having every single application in alphabetical order. The previous layout made you have to go through every app one by one to see what it was and if it was any useful to you. This should let you see what you need and what's recommended for that type of app. Gone are the youtube videos and pictures showing you what the app does, is, looks like, acts like and how it can help you. I was going to reintroduce that method this time around, but being displeased with the layout, I completely destroyed days of work which I had taken to link everything appropriately and go through youtube finding appropriate updated videos for each app. I threw days of work out of the window to go with this, IMO, cleaner look. If you want to see what the app does, click on the name of the app and it will take you to the Google Play Store page for that application which has pictures galore and often times a video as well. This not only helps those with slower internet connections, but also basically does what I wanted in a cleaner manner. The list now has a banner for sections so you can scroll through easily and find what you're looking for without worrying that you might have passed it. Please feel free to give me all of your criticisms of the new layout. I think it's cleaner, easier to navigate and won't lag out those with DSL or god forbid 56k connections. Even on cable, I was getting a bit of sluggish performance from all the videos and pictures the thread had. If you have any ideas for the layout or can offer tips of your own, please feel free to contact me or leave the suggestion in the thread. I take everything into account. I won't take every piece of advice, but I will take the best ideas and incorporate them into the layout. Throughout the next few days, I will be working diligently to get this thread up to speed. You'll see that certain sections are "being edited." Don't worry, the content is already done up, it's just a matter of getting it onto the page and looking nice.