Best apps to Galaxy Note 8.0

Read the article to know about the best apps to Galaxy Note 8.0

After the hot smartphone-Note 2, Samsung has release the new tablet-Galaxy Note 8.0.
In truth, the Note 8.0 looks nothing like Apple's smaller iPad--it takes after the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with similar curves and a plastic chassis. To those who are familiar with Samsung's approach of launching a staggering range of mobile devices in various form factors, this may seem like business as usual.
Of course, there are plenty of differences between the two devices, not to mention other competitors in the tablet space. In fact, most Android tablets in the market are of the 7-inch variety. Samsung has been the exception--it previously experimented with a 7.7-inch model, though the high price of the Galaxy Tab 7.7 has hindered widespread adoption.
To illustrate the differences (and similarities) between the new Note 8.0 and some of its potential competitors, we have collated the hardware specifications of popular tablets: The Apple iPad mini, Amazon Kindle Fire HD and the Google Nexus 7.

For those people who want to know about the apps about the tablet. Here are some tips to people who have the Galaxy Note 8.0.

Adobe Photoshop Touch









Adobe brings its Photoshop wizardry to the Android tablet space with Adobe Photoshop Touch. This app lets you use your fingertip to capture hard-to-select image elements and to select parts of an image to extract by scribbling. You can also merge images, sync projects with Adobe Creative Crowd, or fill an area or layer with an image snapped with your tablet's camera. When you're done, you can upload images to Facebook and view its comments from within the app.

Autodesk SketchBook Pro









Have a knack for drawing? Like to whip out a few doodles in your downtime? In either case, check out the excellent Autodesk SketchBook Pro, a paint and drawing app that's optimized for Ice Cream Sandwich devices. This Android app uses the same paint engine as its desktop counterparts, but you can pencil, pen, marker, and layer using just a finger.










Tablets are increasingly serving as work devices, so you need an app that lets you quickly access important files. Dropbox's Android tablet app lets you do just, plus sync files across the multiple platforms on which you on have Dropbox installed—Linux, Mac, Windows, or mobile. You can easily create new TXT files (or edit them) from within the app, and create links to share individual files.

Google Currents














Ready to read your RSS feeds on a large, mobile display? Google Currents is a welcome addition to the Android newsreading apps space, thanks to a slick design, the ability to tap your Google Reader feed for content, native offline reading, in-line video playback, and cross-device syncing. Google Currents is an app worth a try if Pluse and the handful of other Android newsreading apps aren't to your fancy.










Consider IMDb's Android app an excellent Netflix companion. Featuring a beautiful image-driven, swipe-friendly interface featuring movie trailers, popular actors, and international movie listings spread across thirteen countries, IMDB is a must-have for movie buffs who want the latest Hollywood and independent film news.

Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation HD









Gameloft's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3-inspired Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation brings hardcore first-person shooting action to the Android platform. The FPS features 90 experience ranks, 13 campaigns, 12 player multiplayer action, and 6 diverse locales (including Los Angeles and Pakistan). The near console-quality graphics are certainly among the best on the platform and make for an immersive, cinematic tablet FPS experience.










If you subscribe to Netflix consider this app a must-have. It enhances the value of a Netflix subscription by letting you watch movie and television content on large-screen mobile devices, with excellent streaming. Although some content isn't available on tablets, it's still a wonderful service for marathons of 30 Rock.

QuickOfficePro HD














Business-minded Android tablet owners will find a lot to like in QuickOffice Pro HD which lets users create, view, edit, and share Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint files. The app also includes a File Browser and integration with, Catch, Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs, Huddle, and SugarSync to help you manage your local and remote files, as well as email attachments.

Riptide GP








Avid gamers will note that we don't often see water in mobile games, simply because it's so taxing on the processor. That's why chipmaker NVIDIA co-developed Riptide GP, an addictive racing game using jet skis and water courses, to showcase its most powerful Tegra 2 chipsets last fall. Although NVIDIA swears there are Tegra-exclusive special effects in the game, gameplay is just as fast and furious on a Samsung Galaxy Nexus with Ice Cream Sandwich, which uses a dual-core Texas Instruments OMAP chip.










Skitch is an Android tablet app that lets creative types edit, annotate, and save photos. There are numerous tools at your disposal including arrows, shapes, and texts, and thanks to tablets' large screens, you have plenty of room for marking things up. After you've completed your editing session, you can then save the images to Evernote, Facebook, or Twitter.

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