Have you got a Samsung Galaxy? You have a fancy piece of technology whether you have the brand-new Samsung Galaxy S20 or an old faithful. A handset, on the other hand, is only as valuable as the applications that are installed on it. Here are a few apps to help you personalize your Samsung smartphones (all of these apps are available in the Samsung App Store)
Adobe Photoshop Suite
You’ve got Galaxy’s best camera; now it’s time to use it. These fully free Adobe applications do not have any of the strength and capabilities of original Photoshop, but for most people, that’s a positive thing. Photoshop Express, Photoshop Mix, and Photoshop Fix are simple tools for making professional-quality edits to your images. You can correct for lighting, apply filters, erase facial blemishes, cut out and merge videos, adjust colors, and do a variety of other things.
There are numerous free video editing applications available, but Quik stands out because it is quick, please, and smart. The app is intelligent enough to automatically apply cuts, transformations, effects, and music to your recording. You can even do it yourself with a few mouse clicks. Using the Quik music libraries over 100 free songs or your own.
If you want your gorgeous new Galaxy to look and act uniquely yours, you’ll want to install a custom launcher, and Nova Launcher is the most customizable of them all. Nova Launcher gives you complete control over the look and sound of your handset, as well as the organization of your applications and widgets. You can also add custom gestures to Nova Launcher Prime that will open your favorite games, activate activities such as voice search, or even provide you with a traffic update.
Adding Gboard to your Galaxy is a sweet touch that ensures you get the full Android smartphone experience. Gboard performs all of the functions of your Samsung keyboard, but it also includes emoji search, gif search, voice typing, Google translate, one-hand mode, search and share, and special gestures for fast text editing. It also seems more user-friendly.
This is a should-have app for a Samsung user who wants to know or keep track of their money flow. There are several budgeting tools available, but without Pocketbook’s ability to sync with your bank, tracking your expenses can be difficult. Bill alerts are available, as is the ability to monitor multiple bank accounts, auto-categorize spending, and prepare your budget using spend history.
Libby, from OverDrive
If you love reading, Libby is an app you should have on your phone. You will use the software to get free ebooks and audiobooks right on your computer. Your library must be a contributing affiliate, and you must obtain a membership card (which is free). But then all you have to do is download the app, enter your membership card number, and start your e-library journey.