Now that you've purchased your iPhone or Android, you're probably buying games and other tools at the app store now. The veteran smartphone owners warn you not to go too willing to use too many apps to roll the screen after a screen to get something important. You're welcome to try new apps while you're trying out your new game, but you know exactly what you love and can help make shopping decisions easier.
What are the coolest applications? This may depend on the definition of "cool" and what is most interesting. If you are interested in keeping sports scores or looking for simple recipes, there are apps that will help you. If you want to enjoy the games, you will find that there are also those that work in the most remote areas where the service can not be reached. Looking for ideas? Here are some general apps you want to test on your iPhone, Android or other brands. Some are free, others pay, but everyone is worth exploring.
1) Google Earth – Watch the world on the screen. Google Earth displays all geographic locations across geographies and topographies.
2) Bookworm – Like Tetris, this word-based puzzle game is addictive and has added bonus to help sharpen your vocal skills.
3) Yelp – The popular community survey network application version will help you find the best bars and restaurants wherever you are. Get your opinion before you make these reservations.
4) Amazon Kindle – Amazon.com's proprietary electronic book reader lets you turn your phone into a library. Download hot sellers' samples, check out free stories, and buy a book anytime, anywhere, when you feel you have to read it.
5) The Negotiator – Priceline.com's version of the application is not just as hard as the Williams Shatner Angles, which opens the program, but because it is easy to use affordable flights and travel rentals.
6) Cupcakes! – Who does not like cupcakes? With this decent game, you can make your own flavor combinations, decorate and send emails to your friends. Best of all, they're greasy!
7) ESPN Fantasy Baseball – Check your troops on your cell phone, trade and stay updated on all your scores. You do not have to worry about not coming home to play with this app.
8) Shazam – Do not you hate hearing a song and you do not know who sings? Download and start Shazam, hold your phone for music, and give the performers details and a link to buy in iTunes.
9) Pandora – One of the most popular streaming music applications, Pandora allows you to create channels according to your taste. Listen to your favorite artists alongside similar bands that the app recommends.
10) Tweetdeck – on Twitter and Facebook? Tweetdeck allows you to control both, so you do not have to download two separate apps to view social networks. Update your status of posts, sort your managed accounts, and share photos.
With these apps, you can stay on the smartphone with the latest news and sports, read classics, and plan your trip anywhere. There is no restriction on what you can discover and access.