Micromax has finally launched its much-anticipated Canvas 4 smartphone. The smartphone is Micromax's new flagship and its most expensive smartphone.
Micromax Canvas is the new smart phone in town. Its impressive features include but aren’t limited to the latest Android OS (Jelly Bean), a 5.5 touchscreen, 1GB DDR3 RAM, a 13 MP rear and 5 MP front camera as well as an air-gesture unlock. This makes it an apt platform to test numerous apps available for Jelly Bean. Let us take a glance at ten of the best apps, which you can use in your Canvas 4.
Draw Something: Draw something is similar to pictionary but with some differences. Within this game, the person drawing is supplied three random words, that are sorted in the order of difficulty. Once the partner guesses correctly, the pair gets 1 to 3 coins. Totally addictive, farmville is a must-try with all your friends.
Musicovery Player: Musicovery is a great music player that allows people to play music based on their mood. You can either pick songs out of your collections or go by recommendations of songs supplied by the app.
Pulse News: Meant for people who likes to be updated the most recent stories across the globe. It blends articles from websites and turns them into an interactive mosaic. Whenever you tap on a particular story, you receive an elegant and clear view for simple reading. To view them later, you are able to sync them with Instapaper.
InstaMessage: Instamessage lets you create specialized messages using pre-created themes. This lets you experiment more with words and share all of them with your friends on social media platforms.
Cinegram: This free app may be easily considered as the Instagram for videos. You can easily record any video after which turn it into an animated form in GIF format. Following this, you can share them on various social media sites for example Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr.
Pedometer Plus: Something for that health conscious, Pedometer Plus is definitely an app that not just records the calories, but additionally tracks your jogging or running routes using GPS. By doing this, you can compare and check what route can help you burn more number of calories.
Everything.me Launcher Beta: Because the name suggests, this is a launcher app for Android based phones. It adapts for your likes, location and exactly what is going on in your life. This way, it arranges apps best to you ready to launch so you need not go searching for them in your handsets every time.
Current Caller ID: Forget old caller directories if you have Current Caller ID at your service. It not just displays the name and number but the latest status updates of your contacts once they call. This gives you something to speak about even to the person you have been out of touch for a long time.
Catch Notes: A note taking app about this list, Catch Notes is brilliant for noting all of your thoughts. It has a intuitive interface, which lets you create voice, photo and text notes with some taps. Available in both paid and free versions, this is a must have app on the Jelly Bean device.
Rando: If you are tired of using Instagram, then take a rest and check out Rando. This free photo-sharing app enables you to take a picture in a circular frame and pings to a different Rando user at random and that too anonymously! This is actually the fun part that no one is ever going to know who sent the image to whom. Sounds interesting isn’t it?