By: Prasoon Kumar, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : Wednesday, August 10, 2011 - 05:30
Samsung Galaxy S2 comes pre-loaded with several apps that give it a unique look. Then there are other apps like Google Docs that are a joy to work with on a Super AMOLED Plus screen.
Those who are thinking of buying a Samsung Galaxy S2 will find it one slick and alluring mobile. Samsung has tried to make the phone unique by preloading some extra apps on it.
Android, by its very nature, is a multi-tasker, which is why the pre-loaded Task Manager app comes handy to find out which apps are running in the background, and which apps need to be shut down to save battery life.
It is especially useful when some app has crashed or has stopped responding. Users just need to tap the "exit all" option to shut down all the apps.
Most other smartphone owners find it difficult to open or edit MS Office documents, but that is not the case among Samsung Galaxy S owners. Due to the pre-loaded Polaris Office, Samsung Galaxy S owners find it extremely easy to open and edit Office documents.
Obviously, users cannot expect the same level of efficiency that they get with MS Office on desktops; but, that being said, people in a rush find Polaris Office extremely useful.
Samsung Smart View
The next app on the list is Samsung Smart View, which is specially crafted for Samsung Galaxy S users. With this app people can stream television content to their phones, thus using it as their second TV. With the help of this app the Samsung Galaxy S handset can also be used as an advanced remote control.
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