For most of the power smart phone users this may not be too helpful but for those older like us it might provide a little insight to the possibilities.
After 3 days I've added a bunch of apps
Tracks- go on a hike or bike ride and it keeps a record of your route
Night Clock - creates a bed side clock, stays on all night, any color display that I can read without my glasses.
Gas Buddy - tracks our location and gives us local gas stations and prices
B & N Nook - my library every where, allows reading while waiting anytime.
Tune in Radio - tracks where we are and lists radio stations, about 70 where we live as well as police and fire bands.
Skype - no cost video phone
Speed Test - tells me down and upload speed of wireless. At home 3G is 2=3 Mb down and 1-1.5 Mb up; 4G is 15.5 Mb down and 5.5 Mb up. 4G really zooms.
SportsTap - Tells scores and news for virtually every sport.
C:Geo - GeoCache program. haven't tried yet, still looking for the best.
Google Drive - Google documents, word processor, spreadsheet and storage.
Noodles - a simple list program, really nice, multiple list possible and cross off items with a swipe of the finger.
Flashlight - simple but really good, uses the camera's flash Led and is really bright.
That's what we've added so far. There are probably a couple dozen more that come on the phone, some to be deleted and some to be used like Google Maps. There is one named Local that provides info on restaurants, banks, .... for where ever you are. Really nice because you don't have to type in where you are.
Some are really useful because they are linked to our lists of friends and automatically notify of their birthdays, linking directly to the calendar.
Norm and Ginny
2014 Honda Odyssey
1991 Scamp 16