We’ve already given you the 10 best apps for the Galaxy S3. Now the Galaxy S4 is here, with an array of sensors and super specs – and you'll be needing special apps perfected for its powers. Luckily for you, we've taken the legwork out of it by compiling this list of 10 essential apps – download them now and you're on course for the ultimate S4 experience.
Galaxy S4 Sensors (£Free)
Take full advantage of the S4's myriad sensory powers: predict the next coming rain using the pressure and humidity sensors, or plan you where to take snaps using the light sensor. It’ll leave you feeling like an all-seeing cyborg.
CSR Racing (£Free)
Hyper real racing on a mobile. A year ago this level of graphics was reserved for consoles only, but now you can race the likes of Audi R8s and BMW M3s in full 1080p resolution with next-gen lighting. We defy you to play CSR Racing without leaning round the corners as you steer.
Magisto Video Editor & Maker (£Free)
Sometimes, science is so clever that you feel like a person from ancient times crying “witchcraft!” – and that's the case here. Using algorithm smarts, Magisto seamlessly combines your video clips and snaps with themes and music to instantly create movies. And thanks to the S4 processor you won’t have to wait around too long while it works its magic.
Floating Browser (£Free)
Take advantage of the S4’s floating apps with a browser that, at a touch, brings up a web window that’ll let you continue using some of the screen for other tasks. Taking notes from a site? It’s easy with this app.
Galaxy S4 Universal Remote (£2.49)
Use the IR blaster on your S4 to control anything – well, over 300,000 devices anyway. That should cover your TV and set-top box, with some air conditioners and DSLRs chucked into the mix too. It’s certainly cheaper than a conventional universal remote, and in this case you'll have it everywhere you go. Good for turning up the volume in the pub then.
Netflix (£6 per month)
Stream full 1080p movies and TV shows directly to your eyeballs, via your S4. Anywhere. Assuming you have Wi-Fi, or don’t mind paying the data charges, this library of entertainment is easily accessible from an app that’s designed with such minimalism even Jony Ive would be impressed (not that he'd ever admit to that about an Android app).