Not all apps are geared toward every demographic. Some are geared toward men and some to women. It can sometimes be hard to sort through all of the thousands of apps just to find a few that will suit you.

If you’re a busy woman, you don’t have time to sort through unlimited apps, tools, games, maps, gadgets, etc. For every one topic, there are several apps. How can you choose from a bunch of apps that do the same things?

Just take a look at this list of must have android apps for women:

  1. Facebook

Stay connected with your friends and associates with the Facebook for Android application. You can upload photos on the go, keep up with your friends’ status updates, share videos and webpages, and more – right from your device. This is the most downloaded app by women who use Android-enabled devices.

  1. Kindle

This is another popular app that women love. You can lie back in bed and enjoy a good read without having to grip onto a book. You don’t have to have a Kindle device to enjoy the Kindle app. It’s compatible with a number of devices, including tablets, ereaders, smartphones, etc.

  1. Our Groceries

Is the grocery shopping responsibility shared in your home? Make it easy for you and your family to remember what groceries are needed. You can create multiple lists for different grocery stores and send them to your husband’s and kids’ Android devices. If you’re unsure what to get, just enter a recipe and Our Groceries will build a list of ingredients for you!

  1. Pregnancy+

Any woman who is expecting will find this free app to be very helpful. It’s a tool that enables women to track the progress of their pregnancies. You will receive growth statistics daily, along with helpful tips. You can create journal entries that you can share with family and friends.

  1. My Days

Keep track of “that time of the month” with the My Days application. The tool is extremely useful, especially for women who are either trying to conceive or trying NOT to conceive. The interface is easy to use. It comes with a full month calendar.

  1. Baby Names Genius

If you are expecting, then you are undoubtedly wondering what you are going to name your baby when he or she is born. You might even feel overwhelmed by all the choices out there. Baby Names Genius makes it easy to narrow down all of the choices. You can search for names which meet certain criteria, such as meaning or origin.

  1. Jorte

Jorte is a personal organizer app for Android-enabled devices. The themes and colors appeal to women. Calendars are displayed in a weekly or monthly view, either of which rotates automatically if you turn the device sideways. You can create to-do lists, view important schedules, arrange and rearrange the order of items on each list, and so forth. The app can be controlled via Google Voice.

  1. Shopsavvy Barcode Scanner

Don’t feel like waiting in line at the department or grocery store? Do you want to check the price of something before buying it? With the Shopsavvy Barcode Scanner, you can scan the prices of anything at top retail stores like Walmart, Barnes & Noble, and Target. Add your credit or debit card information and you can buy any product from these stores with just one “slide”.

  1. Lose It!

If you are concerned about your weight, then this is a must-have app. Lose It! is for Android devices running v. 2.1 and up. When using this app, you can record weight and measurement information. It will tell you your current BMI. If you want to share your weight loss successes with friends, there is an option for sending out Tweets! The Lose It! Weight Management app is very easy to use, and helpful to anyone who is weight conscious.

  1. Pocket Yoga

Have your own personal yoga instructor with you, no matter where you go! There are many benefits of practicing yoga. It improves your overall physical health and mental wellbeing. With this app, all you have to do is place your Android device next to your mat and start practicing. It provides clear visual and audible instructions for each and every yoga move. There are dozens of different moves and exercises available, varying in difficulty level.