Whether you take photos with the Lumia 2520′s 6.7-megapixel camera, or retrieve them from your SkyDrive or other online accounts, you may want to edit them from time to time.
Adobe Photoshop Express is useful for a variety of reasons. Crop and rotate, adjust colour, contrast and exposure levels, red eye reduction are all included with the basic free package, along with some photo effects such as Spring, Pastel, and B&W amongst others.
Additional features can be purchased within the app if you’re looking for something extra.
Staying up-to-date with the latest goings-on in your favourite TV shows is important to many people. If you’ve a regular viewer, you don’t want to miss a single episode.
That’s where TVCatchup comes in handy.
Rather than providing shows for a single National Television (UK) channel, it gives you access to a whole bunch of them.
The programmes that have been broadcast on BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and many more are all accessible via the interactive programme guide. This guide also shows you what’s coming up in the future, so you know what not to miss.
When it comes to reading e-books, there’s one name that most people will recognise; Kindle.
Download the Kindle App onto your Nokia Lumia 2520, browse through a vast selection of e-books (currently about one million), make a purchase and use the 10.1-inch screen to click through the virtual pages.
Amazon’s Whispersync technology means that if you read a book on one device, you can pick up where you left off on another – providing the Kindle app is installed.
The same top-class HERE mapping experience you’ll find on your Nokia Lumia smartphone comes to the big screen.
Search for specific locations, discover soon-to-be favourite venues, and plan your day and night right on your 2520.
With true offline mapping, your Lumia 2520 can go with you anywhere. Alternatively, any planning you perform on your Lumia 2520 will be automatically synced with your Lumia smartphone, ready to use when you’re out and about.
If you like community photography apps, give Fhotoroom a try.
Some photos look great untouched, but some look fantastic when you’ve added a filter to two, or added a tip shift effect.
Share your creation with other Fhotoroom members and receive likes and comments, or share your image to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, VK and more through the Charms bar.
There we have it, plenty of useful apps that you’ll either use everyday, a couple times a week or a few times a month. However, that’s just the tip of the iceberg; there’s more where they came from within the Windows Store. Explore it for yourself.