Best Apps For Galaxy Note 10 Plus

If you’ve got a Galaxy Note 10 Plus, then you’re probably well aware of the phone’s fantastic features. From its gorgeous display to its amazing camera, there’s a lot to love about this powerful phone.

But what happens when the Note 10 Plus is just the beginning? Oh yes, it gets even better—with apps!

From apps for taking notes on the go to apps for making sure you never miss an important appointment, here are [number] of our favorite apps that will help you make the most out of your new Note 10 Plus.

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Best Apps For Galaxy Note 10 Plus

    Whether it’s the wide-angle shots or the detailed HDR photos, it goes without doubt that the Galaxy Note 10 can capture amazing photos. But as we all know, a photo isn’t complete without a generous bit of post-processing.

Snapseed is one of the best apps to do justice to Note 10’s camera. From adding drama (or grunge) to editing RAW images, this app is capable of doing it all. The tool-set is vast, and it doesn’t take long to transform a photo.

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One of the best tools of Snapseed is Selective. Using it, you can modify the brightness, contrast, or saturation of a particular area of the image.

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More importantly, if you happen to shot in the RAW mode, it’ll automatically detect it and suggest the appropriate tools. In a nutshell, if you haven’t tried Snapseed before, now is the best time to try its many filters and settings!

Download Snapseed

    The default Samsung keyboard is great. It’s smooth and gets the work done. Plus, the fluid animations are the cherry on top. But, the strength of a keyboard is determined by its ability to predict words and phrases correctly.

If you are looking for a smarter keyboard with autocorrect, gesture typing, and accurate predictions for faster input, SwiftKey is the app for you. It has plenty of features like GIF Search, Clipboard, Location Sharing, among others. Plus, you can also add multiple languages to the keyboard, thus making it great for bilingual folks.

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If you’re not aware, the Samsung keyboard displays a handwriting pad as soon as you pull out the stylus. And the best thing is that the keyboard is quite good in converting your handwriting into text.

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If the above is a feature which you do not use often, Swiftkey is one of the apt replacement for the Samsung keyboard.

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    Looking for a replacement for the stock media player? If yes, you must certainly give the KM Player a shot. It supports almost all the popular media formats – something that is usually not supported by stock players. Plus, it lets you play 4K HDR videos without any hiccups.

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Apart from that, it supports videos and subtitles in almost all formats. From speed control and the option to stream form Network to playing offline music, it hides plenty of tricks in it sleeves. In short, it’s a one-stop destination for all your high-resolution media consumption needs.

Download KM Player

    How do you transfer files between phones? Sure, there’s a built-in method for transferring files and folders. However, it’s too much of a hassle. Plus, it won’t function without a SIM card.

If you’re looking for a simple file transfer app, you can give a shot to the ShareMe app by Xiaomi. The remarkable thing about it is that it’s ad-free.

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Apart from that, the interface is clean and straightforward. All you have to do is tap on Send or Receive, and then select the files.

With ShareMe, you can share files directly to computers as well. It works by establishing an FTP connection, and you can select the type of connection (private or public). Overall, it’s a good app to have if you are someone who shares files and documents frequently.

Download ShareMe

    So you captured some amazing wide-angle shots. You think of posting them on Instagram, and that’s when you realize that the default Instagram frame won’t do much justice to the ultra-wide shot. Bummer?

Well, we beg to differ. With apps like PanoramaCrop, you can slice your wide-angle shots into many sizes, without breaking the photo structure. That way, your followers get to see the whole picture without missing out on much. The good thing about this app is that not much of your photo is wasted.

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Apart from the Swipeable Post, you can also explore the NoCrop Post feature and the Grid Post feature to give your feed a diverse theme.

Download PanoramaCrop

    The SMS box can be a chaotic place. From promotional messages to transaction messages, it is chockablock with messages. And unfortunately, when the time comes to find the right message, the clutter makes it almost impossible to search.

If your experience is similar to the above, it’s time you got your hands on Microsoft’s SMS Organizer app. As suggestive of its name, it categorizes and arranges text messages as per their type. So, a message from a shopping app or a bank promotion, goes under the Promotions tab, while all bank related transaction goes to the Transactions tab.

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At the time of writing, there are four tabs — Personal, Transactions, Promotions, and Starred (favorites). The best thing is that you don’t get notified about unnecessary promotional messages.

Download SMS Organizer

    I am sure you must have clicked beautiful pictures with your Galaxy Note 10 Plus. How about you breathe life into these pictures? If you are excited by this thought, it’s time you got introduced to Pixaloop.

It’s a straightforward app, with a simple interface, which lets you convert images into neat cinemagraphs. For those unaware, cinemagraphs are images in a loop similar to GIFs. The difference is that the quality is high.

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Pixaloop is one of the newest apps in the market, which makes the process of creating a cinemagraph an effortless affair. From gentle flowing streams to cascading waterfalls, you can do a lot with this app.

Download Pixaloop

    This is a Samsung’s app. Surprisingly, it doesn’t come pre-installed with the phone. So what does the app bring to the table?

Well for starters, it’s for the customization lovers. From tweaking the lock screen customization to modifying the looks of the task manager, Good Lock opens the doors to the world of Android customization.

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One of my favorite modules is Task Changer Settings. It changes the looks of the task manager completely, thus it easier to use the phone with a single hand.

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All you have to do is go to the Galaxy Store, search for Good Lock, and download the individual modules.

    Another fun app to have is PaperDraw. This Editor’s Choice app is the perfect one for you if you like drawing or sketching with the S Pen. There is a horde of options using which you can whip up some amazing sketches. The tools are smooth and fluid and do not get stuck, unlike Adobe Draw.

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What I loved about PaperDraw is that you can arrange your drawings into projects, thus maintaining a theme. Yeah, I know I am terrible at sketching.

Download PaperDraw

As a bonus, we have two wallpaper apps for you. If you like dark AMOLED wallpapers, Darkops is the first app you should try.

With black accents, not only do these backgrounds help save battery on your phone but are also pleasant for your eyes. Plus, there are a variety of categories to choose from. From landscapes to superhero wallpapers, you get a library of choices.

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However, if you are on a lookout for colorful but unique wallpapers, Walli is the app for you.

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The crux of this app is its artistic images. Plus, the 4K images mean that your home screen and lock screen will not appear pixelated.

Download Darkops

Download Walli

So these were some of the apps that can truly give a boost to your Android experiences by several notches.

Which one of these will you install first?

Next up: The audio settings in Samsung flagships have remained fairly unchanged over the last two years. Read the following article to get the most out of the audio settings.

Last updated on 03 February, 2022

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Best apps for galaxy note 10 plus

INKredible — Handwriting Note
With its near six-inch display the Note 4 is almost at the point where it can be used in place of an old fashioned notepad and pen.

With INKredible this comes a step further. With its distraction-free interface—there’s no controls on screen most of the time—you are free to write and sketch away.

Everything you produce is converted into a vector graphic, which makes it easy to enlarge, and is able to be printed at the highest quality, should you find you need a paper copy of your notes after all.

S Pen Launcher
S Pen Launcher is an app that automatically assigns functions to your S Pen.

Pul the stylus from its housing in the bottom corner of your Galaxy Note and S Pen Launcher will pop up a little window containing shortcuts to your favourite apps. Or, if you find you use the same app all the time, you can set that app to launch whenever you grab the pen.

Pop the S Pen back in its holder, and it’ll close down once again.

Scribble Racer
There aren’t many games that make use of the S Pen specifically, but Scribble Racer is fun enough to keep kids (and a few adults) entertained on long car journeys.

This simple racing game requires you to hold the S Pen on the screen and guide it through the course as it scrolls down. With a attractive hand-drawn style, it’s fun and packed with charm.

There’s plenty of gameplay too, with several difficulty levels and dozens of achievements to unlock.

Gmd spen

GMD SPen Control ★ root
For more advanced users—your Note needs to be rooted—GMD is a highly configurable app that turns your S Pen into a handy app launcher.

The idea is simple. You can assign gestures to the S Pen that launch apps or perform tasks whenever you do them. These gestures may be things you draw onscreen—draw a circle to launch Google Maps, for example—or things associated with the pen itself, such as removing it from its housing or pressing a button.

For power users, SPen Control can completely overhaul your system, significantly reducing the number of screen taps and button presses you need to perform common tasks and launch your favourite apps.


Microsoft’s OneNote is one of the best note-taking apps for Android. It includes an excellent drawing feature that enables you to integrate sketches into your typed notes.

This is where the S Pen really excels, and helps you create professional looking documents directly on your phone.

Snapseed is one of the leading image editing apps for Android, and though it’s not an obvious one for the S Pen, it does benefit from the accuracy of the pen’s input.

Snapseed provides the full range of editing functions, and they can be used on entire images or specific parts of a shot. In the latter instance you pick the spot you want to edit and move the sliders to adjust things like colour and contrast.

With the S Pen you get greater precision over picking colours or specific areas of an image, giving you the kind of control you’d normally only get on a desktop.


VirtualTablet Lite
VirtualTablet is one of the more innovative uses of the S Pen. It turns you Galaxy Note into a wireless tablet for your PC.

You need to run a desktop app to make the connection with the phone, and it is available for both PC and Mac. Once you’re connected you can use your S Pen on the Note, and draw in apps like Photoshop on your desktop computer, just as you would with something like a professional-grade Wacom tablet.

It also doubles as a remote mouse, and can be very useful for controlling presentations on a bigger screen.


MyScript Stylus
It’s still relatively early days for this app, which is still in beta, but MyScript Stylus could be a big app for the future.

It’s a handwriting recognition tool that allows you to write in (reasonably) natural handwriting and will convert it to printed text. Unlike older systems there’s no need to write one word at a time either, the app will recognise entire sentences.

With 63 languages supported MyScript Stylus is already a powerful addition to what the S Pen can do.

Photoshop touch

Adobe Photoshop Touch
The most expensive app on our list is fast becoming the standard for professional image editing on Android devices.

It contains so many of the features that you see on the desktop version of the program, while the ability to use S Pen during your edits only gives you more control over the work you are doing.

The app integrates seamlessly with the Adobe Creative Cloud, and supports layered PSD files from Photoshop CS6 or CS5.1.


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