Most Resourceful Games And Apps For Your Smartphone:
1. Temple Run:
Temple Run was initially launched for iOS where it proved to be hugely popular. It was later launched on Android where it was downloaded more than 1 million times in under 3 days. The aim of the game is to escape from monkeys on your trail while avoiding obstacles in your path and collecting coins at the same time. Simple premise yet very addictive gameplay.
2. Where’s My Water:
Where’s my water is a game published by Disney with its signature cute character animations coupled with some puzzles that will make you scratch your head. Swampy, the alligator hates being dirty and loves taking baths. You have to make sure that the water from the source reaches swampy’s bathtub by making a path through the dirt and using or avoiding the various objects en route.
3. Draw Something:
Draw Something is an incredibly fun game along the lines of Pictionary. You are given a choice of words, from which you pick one. You then proceed to depict by crude drawings and funky colours what that word is on the player on the other end. This can turn out to be a lot of fun even if you don’t have an artistic side because the drawings are hilarious. The difficulty of the words to be described increases as you progress through the game.
4. Angry birds Space:
Angry Birds. In Space. Wow. While we thought that there was no further innovation that could be made in aviary flinging, Rovio mobile cooked up another version of the game complete with astronauts in space explaining the concept of the game. This version of the game was even more successful with it accounting for more than a 100 million downloads on all platforms it was launched on collectively.
1. Kindle Reader:
The hugely popular Amazon Kindle Reader app allows you to make purchases from Amazons humungous library and download it to almost any device that you have. It also syncs among devices so you can carry on from your iPad where you left off on your PC and keep reading your favorite kindle ebook from Amazon.
Wattpad aims to be the worlds most popular ebook community. Users can contribute to the ever increasing collection of stories on the site, rate and comment on novels by others and download and read ebooks on a variety of devices.
Kobo is more of a social reader,giving you badges and points for reading novels. You can share what you are reading on facebook and get to know about others choices as well. The interface is also quite slick which increases its appeal. Kobo has its own line of ebook readers
iBooks is what Apple offers to bookworms for all their reading needs. You can mark highlight or underline text, make notes, look up a word in the dictionary or on the web, or search inside the book. You can also sync books across devices with iCloud. The amazing retina display further enhances the apps strengths.
Instagram is one of the most hyped photo apps for Android and iPhone. While it may not have as many filters as its competitors, it more than makes up for it with its robust social community. You might try other apps,but you always come back to Instagram. I did.
“So many options to choose from, there are more than 5,000,000 possible finishes to make your photos look spectacular!”
That’s from the app store description. Over 5,000,000 possible finishes. I am sold. In case you aren’t, Pixlr-o-matic probably allows the most amount of customization than any other app offers. And the best part? Its free.
3. Paper Camera.
Paper camera applies cartoony sketch filters to your photos and recently got an update that applies this filters to videos too. You can see a live preview and change filters which gives you an exact idea of what you are recording.
Streamzoo is the closest competitor that Instagram has got. While It can’t boast of the strong community as Instagram, Streamzoo makes up for it by offering a website where you can login and like,share,comment and engage with other Stramzoo users. Streamzoo also offers badges to be unlocked for different activities like sharing videos and photos with a competetive leaderboard as well.
Dropbox as you might know is a cloud storage service which can also be used for collaboration with users for business or home applications. It has a very user friendly interface and is available across a wide range of platforms, be it desktop or mobile. The only true competitor is Google drive which needs a lot of polish and has a long way to go even though it offers considerably more storage space.
Flipboard is a news aggregrator which can also pull in information from linked social accounts and present it to you in a magazine like aesthetic format. One of the most important plus points of this app that is often underplayed is, instead of having apps for Google Plus,Twitter, Facebook and instagram, you can link those accounts to Flipboard and save a lot of phone memory. Not to mention I love the clean interface and the pleasing flipping action.
3. Quickoffice Pro:
While there are quite a few other office apps available,the reason we chose Quickoffice pro for this list is because it is available over a wide range of platforms. While almost every other office app can open and edit documents, quickoffice also has support for cloud storage services like Dropbox, Box.net and Sugarsync to name a few. Also they have recently been acquired by Google, so we can expect a few good changes in the long run.
Camscanner is a nifty lil app that allows you to scan documents or images,enhance the image quality or crop it and convert it into a doc file. this file can be faxed,mailed or shared with anyone you choose to via the melange of cloud storing options given.
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