Best Apps for Your Windows 7 Ultrabook
For the time being the majority of ultrabooks on the market are rocking the newest version of the Windows operating system, Windows 7. That is, with the notable exception of the Macbook Air, but Macbook owners already know where to get their apps. What about you Windows folks? Where are you going to get apps for your Windows 7 Ultrabook, or even know what is good? Well today we are going to look at some of the best app and where to get them.
Believe it or not this is the easy part. You can just visit Intel's App Up Center and download apps in one secure and convenient place.
Best Apps For You
Well, for the majority of end users at least. Here is a look at some of the best apps, with a little blurb that will let you decide if it is truly for you.
This is a great single function word processor. No stress, no distractions and no problems with compatibility. As the official description says, " Easily open and save Microsoft Office Word files, and publish to PDF to share files and keep your formatting intact." That may not sound like much of an advantage right now, but when you consider the bevy of mobile devices out there
If you want to be able to work while you drive, or just make your life simpler with long tasks then you should consider Read Text. This app can convert your MS Word, Webpage, PDF files, and Emails into an audio file, reading your text to you. This option is great for both students, who may learn better by hearing and reading information, and busy professionals looking to make the best of their spare time. Just don't try to use it on a language learning book, as pronunciations will not be perfect.
You knew at least one game had to make the list. Apalia is a fantasy game that is done in short episodes, which makes it perfect for on the go gaming. Its a little graphics light, but the game play is addictive.
Think of these three as your jumping off point in the world of apps. Look at these, and then check out the store and look around for more apps you might like.
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