Let’s not get into the Facebook vs. Twitter war, and instead just get the best of both worlds. In fact, you can get the best of all social networking worlds. Our most pertinent advice would be to download the official version of each social networking app to start off with. There are great third-party apps for everything, but it’s best to start with the official experience. Google+ will be pre-installed with Android.
Photo Editor with creative cloud connected. All-in-one photo editor, meme maker, collage maker and drawing tool. It offers hundreds of powerful photo editing tools. 1000s of free clipart packs, fonts, stickers, collage templates – integrated into a powerful photo editor, and it’s free! Photo editor is the best way to transform your photos into works of art and to express your creativity with the world.
Just because you’re on a mobile screen does not mean you won’t get the full power of Microsoft’s productivity suite. Microsoft Office is a free download on Android and totally worth it. There are other great office suites on Android, but Microsoft Office’s compatibility with the file formats you use so often makes it a winner, especially in how well it displays the content of files.
A smart messaging app that helps you say more and do more. Express yourself better with stickers, gif, emojis & text. Fam Messenger is a no cost instant messaging app available for smartphones. Fam Messenger has everything what you’d expect in a modern messenger, but with additional surprises. You can send and receive texts, Pictures, Videos, Files, Voice notes and what not!
Your smartphone and your computer will often need to play nice with each other, whether it’s transferring data, managing contacts, or even quickly replying to a text message while you’re on your laptop.
It’s impossible to remember all the passwords for the several services you use. In fact, you’re probably more secure by not remembering those codes and letting a password manager handle that.
LastPass is the solution to simplify and secure your digital life, and it’s now also available on Android — and if you’re an existing user, it will sync all your saved data so far. LastPass works brilliantly on Android and saves you the trouble of tapping passwords on a mobile keyboard, which can often lead to errors and annoying retries.