Purchase a Google LG Nexus 4? Here are some of the best apps!
The all-new Google Nexus 4 is an extremely sexy and impressive smartphone. It's not fast as a bandit, but it also feel great in the hand. The device is good out of the box, but with any smartphone is really comes down to apps in Google Play. Here we look at seven apps that will really kick your Nexus 4 up to a whole new level.
Flipboard for Android is a no-brainer for Nexus 4 owners. The app is easily one of the best out there because it arranges content from the places you frequent online into a flippable magazine. It makes browsing news and reading amazing, and best of all, the app is free. Downloading Flipboard ASAP is a must.
The Netflix app for Android is the app I usually download first on a new tablet. It has thousands of movies to stream and a great, smooth UI. Not only can you watch films, but you can also add them to your queue. If you like Netflix as much as I do, this is definitely one app you must have.
AfterFocus for Android is one of the best photo editing tools for the Android. The app is simple, but still gives users the ability to crop, straighten, adjust and fix problems. Users can also add an HDR affect to their images, which is pretty freaking cool.
If you are into Google services and a fan of Google Chrome, the browser's Android version is a must. The app is simple and lets you browse the web and sync tabs between devices. This means bookmarks and basically everything will be available on all devices. Google Chrome for Android probably the best Android browser out there.
Similar to Flipboard, Pulse is for reading the news in an easy way. You can tap on an articles to see a clean and elegant view of the news story. You can also sve stories for reading later across all platforms or sync them with Instapaper, Read it Later and Evernote.
If you're a political junkie like me, you've got to get the NPR app for Android. The app cuts through the crap and delivers straight, hard news. Besides reading news, users can listen to one of thousands of audio feeds or even view news related images. NPR isn't beautiful, but it does the job and does it effectively.
Listen to a lot of music? If so, you'll love streaming radio app Spotify. With the app you can build playlists, save music for offline listening, and share your tunes on Facebook. Spotify for Android is also stylish and extremely fun to use.