10 of the best Samsung Galaxy Note 3 apps

You’ve unwrapped your shiny new Note 3 and showered it with accessories. Now what? Why, you treat it to some apps of course
12 of the best Samsung Galaxy Note 3 apps

12 of the best Samsung Galaxy Note 3 apps

SIGnificant Signature Capture

SIGnificant Signature Capture

SIGnificant Signature Capture: ignore the dodgy name

Awful name but a useful app nonetheless. Install this on your Note 3 and you'll be able to add your real signature to important documents and you can even annotate over pdf files. It can also forensically verify your signature by measuring the normal acceleration, speed and rhythm you normally use when signing something.

£Free Play Store

How to Draw - Art Lessons

How to Draw - Art Lessons

How to Draw - Art Lessons: teaches you, er, how to draw

The Note 3 already has an excellent sketching app pre-installed, but what if you can barely draw basic shapes? How to Draw teaches you, well, how to draw, with a series of lessons that are sure to improve your caveman-like creations.

£Free Play Store

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FIFA 14

FIFA 14

FIFA 14: play along with real fixtures

Stunning graphics, the latest rosters and all your favourite on-pitch magicians are all rolled into the latest mobile instalment of the huge footy franchise. Make up for a lifetime of wide shots and poor tackles with improved touch controls, right in your hands on the Note 3’s glorious screen. You can even play along with real-world fixtures if things aren't going your way in real life.

£Free Play Store

Flipboard

Flipboard

Flipboard

Possibly the world's best known 'social reader' app, Flipboard creates a personalised magazine for you, bringing in stories and images from mainstream news sources (National Geographic, Rolling Stone, The Financial Times) as well as any social networks you use. One of its greatest assets is how gorgeous the results look – almost like an actual magazine.

£Free, Play Store

Quicker

Quicker

Quicker

One of the problems with a huge screen is that reaching across it to access controls one-handed is nigh-on impossible. Quicker helps mitigate that issue by grouping frequently used settings and shortcuts together into a single, easy-to-use place. The icons are huge too. Controls available include brightness, ringer mode, volume, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and airplane mode, and there's an LED flashlight button too.

£0.89, Play Store

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