Must Have Windows Phone Apps

Skype The video phone is here, and it’s Skype! Of course, your videocall partner doesn’t need a Windows Phone, you can Skype with someone on just about any platform you can think of—Android, iPhone, Mac, or Windows PCs. And there’s a whole lot more to Skype than just the video-chatting feature: It also lets you send instant messages, and make calls and send SMS texts to regular cell and land phones for very low rates. 
 

Netfix

 

The smallest screen has gotten bigger, and now provides a reasonable way to view video entertainment. As the predominant source of streaming movie and TV show content, Netflix is the go-to source for such entertainment, and the Windows Phone Netflix app is up to the task. It lets you continue watching shows you started on a bigger device, or choose new selections and add them to your queue.
 

TuneIn Radio

For when Pandora’s not enough, say you want to hear a sports event, newscast, or podcast, there’s TuneIn Radio. It’s a wonder of usability, letting you find local radio stations’ webcasts, browse genres regions, and show names. You can even use it as an alarm clock or have the BBC lull you to sleep with its sleep timer. It runs in the background, so you can do other things with your phone while listening.   
 
 
Aviary Photo Editor

> One-tap auto enhance 
> Gorgeous photo effects and frames
> Fun stickers
> Color balance
> Crop, rotate, and straighten your photo
> Adjust brightness, contrast, color temperature, and saturation
     > Sharpen and blur
     > Color temperature (“Warmth”)
     > Color Splash
     > Focus (Tilt Shift)
     > Draw and add text
     > Create your own memes
     > Cosmetic tools: fix redeye, remove blemishes and whiten teeth 

 

 

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