We totally bid our goodbyes to black and white screens; rubber keypads and bulky cellular phones, the age of hi-tech phones have come. The world indeed became more interesting but, extraordinarily complex and technical – we now have 3 platforms for our phones namely, iOS, Android and Blackberry. These platforms allow users to express themselves. With the popular rise of the hi-tech phones, it was only natural to merge the mobile accessibility with software applications. Not only are the users able to update away from their PC, they are also able to create bigger and better opportunities for businesses, education and all of the industry, so to speak.
Here are some of the must-have mobile applications for your phones:
– PhotoSynth is a really great panorama app; it’s user-friendly and fun to use, especially when watching your panoramas take shape while you capture them.
– Wikipanion is a freebie which gives you quick access to article sections, in-article search, viewing options, bookmarking, and the ability to tweet about whatever odd fact you’ve just unearthed.
– Quickoffice Pro is a powerful productivity suite allows you to create or edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents, as well as PDF files. Quickoffice even lets you edit formulas in your spreadsheets, make presentations from your phone.
– Snapseed makes it easy to do a lot more than just basic sizing, rotating and cropping. Seven different filters — including black and white, vintage and grunge — can add a dose of style or make your brand-new photo look like you took it on an old-school camera.
– With support for 60 languages and counting, Navita Translator is a very handy app. You type in the text you want to translate, or you can grab it from an email, a website, or a text message. Select your language and tap the Translate button to get a text translation.
– Here’s a music-streaming app that provides commercial-free playlists to suit your activity or mood. You kick off by selecting the category, whether you want work out music, something for epic walking, or music for reading the paper. There are choices to suit any mood, and each playlist has been expertly curated. You can share your favorite playlists via social media and you can find links to buy the songs you like.