The Facebook app keeps you up to date with friends’ posts via a News Feed, notifies you of new friend requests, comments and ‘likes’, and allows you to post status updates and photos via easy-to-use buttons.
Twitter’s instant, abbreviated format, with its 140-character limit is perfect for mobile devices.
Or hear music, news, chat and sports from around the world. Spotify puts more than 20 million pieces of music at your fingertips.
Listen for free to whole albums, create your own playlists, or just dip into Spotify’s pre-chosen selections.
All you need to remember is one password to open the vault. Dropbox is not the most glamorous app, but it’s incredibly useful.
Just save a file into Dropbox from your computer, then access it on all your mobile devices — perfect for working on the move, or taking notes to a lecture or meeting.
It automatically locates you and gives hour-by-hour local weather for the rest of the day and night, plus less detailed forecasts for a week ahead.
Enter locations around the world for news of what’s happening elsewhere, too.
Now you can access its unique blend of up-to-the-minute news, celebrity gossip, Femail features, award-winning sport and a 24-hour rolling picture feed in an app named among the best of the year by the Google Play Store.It also saves your photos for syncing to other devices.If you prefer e-books to paper, then Amazon’s Kindle store is the place to buy and download them.A free 30-day trial is then followed by a £9.99 monthly subscription.One in six of the world’s population uses Facebook, so this is as essential as social media gets.
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