Thanks Dougs. I'm finding the Play Store a little clumsy to find stuff on with their being so much stuff. At the moment, a lot of the stuff I've downloaded came from reading an Android magazine I bought and watching YouTube videos (best 5 games, best 5 apps, etc. for Samsung Galaxy S3) and typing them into the Search engine! Otherwise I'd spend forever browsing through the contents of the shop.|
I'm amazed at the variety of stuff available though... I expected BBC iPlayer and browsers like Opera, Chrome (seems oddly buggy that one) and Firefox but I've downloaded apps for Hull FC, an anti-virus package (is one really needed?), a Memory Booster, a SpeedTest, a very clever screen apps called Screebl and, oh, tons of other stuff. There's even an app called Google Googles that can scan bar codes and identify landmarks using the camera!!! Maybe it's not so amazing for people who've been using smartphones for years but I've just upgraded from a seven year old pay-as-you-go flip phone so the difference is staggering.
PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Wii U, Xbox One, PC (Intel Core i7-4770K, 16 GB, 4 GB EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 SC, Windows 8.1 Pro), 128 GB iPad Air 2, 128 GB iPad mini with Retina Display.