The Samsung Galaxy S3 in pink. (Photo : Samsung)
Apps are what adds uniqueness to a device, whether it's displaying creativity, games, contacting others, and just to escape real life for a minute or 60.
For the Samsung Galaxy S3, there are many apps to choose from but only a few are considered the best to some.
Gathered from SamsungGalaxyS3Forum, here are what some forum members state were their best app, or apps.
Crowd Call - Price: Free
The Crowd Call app provides calls, whether groups or conference, in the US, Canada, and over 40 countries with 500 minutes for free per month but only five calls per day.
The app also doesn't require others to have the app to receive calls.
"If you have the app you can select the people you want to include in the conference from your contact list and hit the call button. Our server dials out to everyone using their regular phone number, they don't need the app or a smart phone or even a mobile phone, they just answer the call on whatever phone they have and they are connected, free of charge." States the Crowd Call app on Google Play.
Spotify - Price: Free
Although it provides free radio for US users, Spotify does provide access to millions of songs, whether you're online or offline. Users are also able to create and sync their playlists with the option of sharing music with friends.
"There are millions of tracks on Spotify. So whether you're working out, partying or relaxing, the right music is always at your fingertips. Choose what you want to listen to, or let Spotify surprise you," states Spotify.
Kindle Reader - Price: Free
With the Kindle Reader app, millions of books can be read in just one device.
"It's the app for every reader, whether you're a book reader, magazine reader, or newspaper reader-and you don't need to own a Kindle to use it," mentioned Kindle.
Users are able to read free books or shop for books that are listed in best sellers lists. Users are also given the option of increasing font size, background color, brightness, and read in either landscape or portrait orientation.
Flipboard: Your News Magazine - Price: Free
Worldwide news can be gathered with the Flipboard app. Flipboard provides users to bring together social and world news into one place. Users are able to flip through news from various outlets and genres, from BBC News, USA Today, to technology news from The Verge, and even National Geographic.
"It's the one thing to simplify your daily life. Bring Flipboard on the train during your morning commute, catch up over coffee or on vacation, use it as a tool at work or simply to wind down your night. Search for anything or anyone, and make it your own," touts Flipboard.
The app has been localized for users in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Spain, United States, and the United Kingdom and can connect through several social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Evernote - Price: Free
The Evernote app is considered as a "Top 10 Must-Have App" according to the New York Times.
The app assists in organizing notes, photos, and reminders - either written or voice recorded across smartphone and tablets. Some of the other key features of Evernote is the ability to create and edit notes, sync, share, save files, organize by tags, and share on Facebook and Twitter.
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