Oct 7th, 2011

Every day we peruse the Android Market looking for the best, worst, interesting, and most unique apps in an effort to sift out a few gems. We call it Apps of the Day. We can’t guarantee that every app featured below is a real winner, but each is worth at least a quick look. It’s all in an effort to help you, our faithful readers, get the most out of your Android handsets. Read on to see what we found today!

Doodle Physics  Have you ever wondered what the doodles scrawled throughout your school notebooks, penned on the back of napkins, or etched into the bar top would behave if they were subject to the same laws of physics as the rest of the world? Doodle Physics might have the answer. Use nothing but a few anchor points and a virtual pen to create objects such as levers, ramps, and platforms to solve puzzles and collect stars. [Market]

LHSee  Keeping with the physics theme from above, this one is mostly for my fellow particle physics and quantum theory geeks out there. LHSee gives anyone with a smartphone unprecedented access to the experiments taking place at the Large Hadron Collider. Users gain access to live collision data, educational materials and 3D models that help shed light on how atom smashing is furthering our perception of the universe. There is even a “Hunt the Higgs” game, based on the ongoing search for the mysterious Higgs Boson, a secret scientists hope the LHC (I see what you did that) will help to uncover. [Market]