Making android apps is a job that requires computer skills that allow you to manipulate computer code to your liking. Many of us android phone users have benefited from the vast apps out there that do what we want them too and much more. My android apps they should create would go beyond the standards of applications and have the customer satisfied to the point of no return.
My first android app they should make will be an assistant that I could have answer my calls, screen my emails, and tell me positive things when I asked for its advice. This app would be called the perfect assistant. It would be free for all, and have multiple phone answering services, and email tracking. The app would take notes for me and remind me of appointments.
The next one would be a chef app that helps me cook extravagant as well as simple dishes. If I ever wanted to have a Caribbean dish it would find recipes that I want to use by me typing in the flavor or foods in the meal. The Chef would have to have a French or Spanish accent to make it sound great.
The android app that would be great to have would be a kid friendly testing app to see what games my kids should play on my phone. Once the app does a test on the kids finger scrolling and what objects they pick and manipulate, it then would suggest some games based on my kids skill level.
Another android app that would be great would have to come with a car plug to hook into your cars sensor slot. This app would have all the codes in it to access your cars service engine light. The average person would be able to diagnose their car problems without have to take it to the shop and pay enormous fees.
The last app that I would love to have is an android app that shows me how much money I need to make for retirement along with how many days to it. This app will tell me where I need to be putting my money and how much of it needs to be in that fund. This app will be able to have multiple people it could trace, for me and my wife. It also would ask me when I buy something is it a need or want, hopefully that will get me to think before I buy.