Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S4 promises to be something special, and here are the top five apps we can't wait to try on the device
The Samsung Galaxy S4's launch is mere days away now and the device has gotten us rather pre-occupied. So much so, in fact, that we've been mulling over its proposed spec and thinking about which apps it will run particularly well - apart from 'all of them', naturally.
Here are our current top five; apps which we think will tax the device's cutting-edge drive-train, high definition screen and Android Jelly Bean operating system.
It’s a beautiful looking app which brings together all of your favorite news, from chosen sources and social media, and creates a stunning magazing, tailored just for you. Flipboard will look out of this world on the Galaxy S4’s proposed 5-inch full HD screen and we think it will look amazing.
Modern Combat 4 is a first-person shooter with console-level graphics which will look incredible on the device’s high-end screen and will run super smoothly owing to the device’s Exynos 5 Octa CPU, which boasts 8-cores, and the Galaxy S4’s rumored PowerVR GPU.
The device's extra screen real-estate should make controlling the game, which is often a pain in the rear, a much more pleasant experience too, as you won't lose too much of what's going on behind the control overlay.
The Galaxy S4 is strongly rumored to feature a high quality 13-megapixel camera which should take some fantastic images and Adobe’s mobile editing solution is just the ticket for getting the most out of them.
The app will also make good use of the device’s powerful chipset, for those slightly more taxing edits, and rumored 5-inch screen too.
This app is a must-have for anyone in education, or anyone who likes to know the answers to some of the world’s toughest questions in a matter of seconds. Ask the app to solve an equation for you, ask it deep questions about the universe, it doesn’t matter, you’ll get answers and quickly – and it will look fantastic on the Galaxy S4’s pin-sharp display.
Make use of the Galaxy S4’s rumored dual-band wireless and 4G capabilities with Pandora, an app which has become near indispensable for millions of Android users up and down the country. Pandora, for those that don’t know, is a personalized radio station which brings together all of your favorite music and comedy into one, handy place. We love it.