This is the final part of our list of the 25 best apps for Samsung phones. Some of these apps could be used just for fun, and some could turn into must-haves for you. In any case, we hope you will find our article useful and interesting.
- SwiftKey Keyboard
SwiftKey Keyboard is a smart keyboard that memorizes the words and phrases you use the most and makes word suggestions as you type so that you could do it faster and without mistakes. It also registers your unique vocabulary and slang. The app has a large set of themes so that you could customize the keyboard in the way you like. In the app's settings, you can adjust autocorrection, quick predictions insert, emoji predictions, quick period, auto-capitalization, keypress sound, etc.
- Google Lens
Google Lens is a perfect visual search tool. Just point your smartphone camera at any object and get information about it. With Google Lens, you can scan text and then run a search on it, copy it, listen to it, and translate it. It can also scan QR codes and barcodes, identify animals and plants, and even help with homework. Google Lens makes online shopping easier. All you have to do is to take a photo of a product or a barcode, and Google will display multiple websites where you can buy it. Google Lens can also be your tourist guide. When you make a photo of a landmark, a restaurant, or a famous painting, it will show you details about it, such as historical facts, hours of operation, or ratings.
- AutoCAD 360
AutoCAD 360 is the official mobile app for 3D modeling software AutoCAD that allows you to create, view and edit DWG files from your smartphone. You can open any DWG document from device storage, email, or cloud storage, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive. The app will be especially useful for architects, construction workers, engineers, field technicians, and contractors.
- Silk Paints
Silk Paints is an amazing drawing app. No matter what your drawing skill level, Silk Paints will definitely unleash your creativity. You can draw on one of the offered canvases or upload your photo. The drawing process is accompanied by pleasant music and feels like art therapy. You can share your masterpiece with your friends on social networks or set it as live wallpaper. The app also offers to save the drawing process as a GIF or an eye-catching video.
Another great app for creative people is PENUP from Samsung. It has a simple and user-friendly interface, a set of eight brushes, a customizable palette, and the option to draw from photos. PENUP has the Live Drawing feature with which you can improve your drawing skills by following the drawing video. In addition, PENUP offers a large number of wonderful sketches for coloring and drawing challenges. It's perfect for those who have a stylus, but you can draw with your finger as well.