If you're anything like us, you can't wait to get your hands on Samsung's latest smartphone, the Galaxy S10. In fact, the phone hasn't even been formally announced as of now, but people are already clamoring to see what's in store for this cool new device.
But despite Samsung's reluctance to talk about the phone, we already know a few key details about the new family of devices.
The new product line features gorgeous, bezel-less screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC processors, 5G connectivity, and more.
But what good is a hot, new phone without a ton of great apps to download and discover? Be sure to make good use of the phone's reported 128GB of storage and faster Wi-Fi by downloading these awesome Samsung Galaxy Apps.
According to reports, the highest end model of the Galaxy S10 family will sport a whopping six cameras. Meanwhile, some speculate that even basic models will have five cameras -- two in the front and three to the rear of the camera.
With all of those cameras, you can rest assured that your selfies will look better than ever. But what's the point of snapping great pics if you don't have anywhere to post them?
Instagram is still the best place to upload your photos and show off your phone's cool new tech, so make sure it's one of the first apps you check out.
Truth be told, we're a little shocked at how few people know about LINER.
This handy little app is perfect for the kind of smartphone user who loves highlighting passages out of books, as it lets you highlight bits of text on your browser.
LINER is easily one of the best Samsung apps for students and workers who collaborate often, as it includes cloud saves and sharing functionality. You can start your research on one device, then finish on another and pass it along to your teammates.
And if you sign up through a Samsung device, you'll even get three free months of LINER's premium service.
While we're on the subject of productivity, be sure to download the Microsoft Office suite of apps.
While there certainly isn't a shortage of Office-like apps on the Google Play store or Galaxy Apps storefront, there's no beating the original.
Once you're done oohing and ahhing over your Galaxy S10, you can write up a review of your own through Word, get some work done on Excel, or create a presentation on PowerPoint.
These apps bring all the functionality of their full desktop counterparts to the palm of your hand. And best of all, they're completely free to download.
Love it or hate it, it's impossible to deny that Fortnite is a force to be reckoned with.
Epic Games' massive hit made its way to mobile devices last year, further cementing its status as a cultural juggernaut. In fact, the Fortnite Installer is currently the top app on the Samsung Apps storefront.
Whether you've already scored plenty of Victory Royales or you want to see what all the fuss is about, Fortnite runs better than ever on a Galaxy S10.
It's smoother, sharper, and faster, so you can keep your competitive edge -- even on the go.
With the Galaxy S10's patented edge-to-edge display, you can expect to see even more from your favorite photos, apps, movies, and games.
But, surprisingly, that isn't even the coolest thing about Samsung's wraparound screens. Whenever you get a text or phone call, the edges of the screen light up to alert you.
Of course, even then there's no guarantee you'll see it. That's where EdgeLighting+ comes in.
Don't be fooled by the dozens of impersonators charging for worse versions, the official Samsung app is still the best of the best, allowing for better customization. Even with a new phone case, you'll still be able to take advantage of the app's functionality
Don't let boredom get in the way of a good time ever again.
Netflix's mobile app has always looked pretty good. But when you're watching on your S10 Plus' new 1440 x 3040 screen, you'll get to see your favorite shows and movies in a whole new way.
If there's one complaint we have about the onboard Samsung apps, it's that they're pretty barebones. Take the photo editor, for instance.
It allows for basic touch-ups and includes a few filters, but that's about it. Serious photo junkies will no doubt need something more.
If you'd rather get in-depth with your editing, be sure to download Photoshop Express. It may not be as powerful as a desktop version of Photoshop, but it's still pretty impressive.
You can even save and export your photos to the cloud via Creative Cloud.
It can be tough to get in a good workout. You need the right space, the right equipment, and, of course, time.
Well, until now, at least. Now all you need is a few minutes and your phone!
Samsung's health apps have long been some of the best, debatably including better features than Apple's, like more accurate tracking. And Workout Trainer for Samsung continues the tradition.
Through the app, you can enjoy access to thousands of workouts covering a range of target areas.
And while the app works a lot better if you have access to wearable tech, you don't necessarily need it to get started. In fact, the phone's body sensors are more than sufficient.
It'll be exciting to learn more about the Galaxy S10 line when it's officially announced. But for now, we're so excited to think of the new apps that could come to the device.
In the meantime, you can rest assured that you get a great experience by checking out these cool Samsung Galaxy apps, all of which are already available.
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