The Android platform has come a long way since its inception. In almost every market, it's fast becoming the dominant mobile OS and keeps getting better with every version. While iOS still looks like the platform of choice for worship leaders, it doesn't mean Android is useless in this space - far from it! Here's another list of Android apps (the earlier articles are here) helpful especially for those in worship ministry:
Bible Reading and Study: Logos
The Logos Android app is one of the most feature-rich Android Bible app around. If you already have a Logos account, you can sync your usage across multiple devices. The app comes with 60 free books, study tools, reading plans text comparison, devotionals, passage guides and more. The search features (including citation search) are especially great to find and read specific verses.
Metronome: Mobile Metronome
Mobile Metronome comes with all necessary features - set time signature, tempo, type of click sound and that’s about it! The free app is ad-supported. If you can live with that, this is a great app to practise songs.
gStrings is more or less the best free android guitar tuning app. Apart from guitar, it can be used to tune any stringed instrument like violin, banjo, ukulele etc. It uses the phone's microphone to analyze the note that is played and displays the identified note for easy tuning. It can also playback a reference tone if you prefer to tune your instrument by ear.
This is primarily a note-taking app that can be used as a songwriting workstation. It has a unique feature of syncing with Gmail - you can set the notes to be stored and synced with Gmail ensuring a cloud backup of all your precious song ideas. You can type in lyrics and use the voice-clip feature to record melody ideas. The sync feature ensure you can access your songs on any device with this app or Gmail. You can organize notes into folders/notebooks, pin notes to the home-screen, save files locally to SD card, open the saved files on a PC through the browser etc.
Composing: My Piano
This app has a long list of features and is of great help while composing melodies. It boasts studio quality sound, multiple sound effects, built-in sampler & recorder, 11 instruments, tablet support and a lot more.
Music Player: Jet Audio Basic
For the amount of music people in worship ministry listen to, it's a no brainer to have a better-than-good music player. If you can live with the ads, Jet Audio Basic is a fantastic app to have. Packed with Wide/Reverb/X-Bass SFX and 10/20 bands EQ, playback speed control, cross-fading and more, it also plays almost any music file format.
Contact Management & Socializing: EverNote Hello
The iOS app that did a great job of helping us to remember the people we meet has made its way to the Android universe. EverNote Hello assists us to record our introductions and track our subsequent interactions with people, sync info with notes made in Evernote and more. Churchm.ag covered this aspect in greater detail if you want to check it out.
File Management: AirDroid
If you hate wires and cables like me, AirDroid is a must-have! Simply connect your android device and PC to the same wi-fi network. Then open web.airdroid.com in the PC browser and input the pin generated by AirDroid on your android device - that's it! You can use AirDroid to send/receive SMS, install/uninstall apps, transfer files between Android device & PC/tablet, manage contacts, photos, music, videos, take screenshots and even record screen-casts etc., all from the PC's browser!