FIRST APPS FOR SAMSUNG GALAXY S4
The latest model of the Samsung most popular series, the Samsung Galaxy S4, was announced in Time Square, New York on 14 March. This keynote was too late to cover for us before we went to print, however rumors have abounded about the new smartphone for weeks. Mobile watchers were in agreement that the screen size would be larger than the S3, around 4.9 to 5 inches.
Others claimed it would have a full HD screen and a 13 megapixel rear camera - nearly twice as powerful as the iPhone 5. The New York Times also quoted an anonymous source from within Samsung claiming the S4 would have eye-tracking technology to scroll the page down as you read it. However, officially the mobile manufacturers Samsung have been tight-lipped, only releasing a promo poster bearing the number 4, and a YouTube video that ramped up the excitement but gave no secrets away. Therefore all this tech gossip should be taken with a pinch of salt. Nonetheless, we are confident in recommending the below apps for your Samsung Galaxy S4. Even if the tech pundits are far off, these are excellent apps for Android (and i0S) and will be essential first downloads whatever the S4 looks like.
The 54's Eye Scroll technology scrolls up and down pages according to where the user is looking is perfect for reading eBooks.
With a rumoured 13 megapixel rear 3' camera nearly twice that of the iPhone 5, touch up your high resolution images with this photo editing app.
A hot new game for a hot new device, Real Racing 3's meticulously detailed graphics will look great on the expected 5 inch screen.
Ideal for the Times Square launch in s New York, hail an iconic yellow cab and pay for your ride with just a few taps of your touch screen.
Watch TV shows and movies on the extra large screen, and stream with ease thanks to the new smartphone's built-in 4G wireless connection.
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