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Microsoft Surface 3 - Apps for your Surface
Apps pre-installed on your Surface
Here are some of the apps that come ready to go on your new Surface.
You can use the OneNote app on your Surface to take notes and store them in the cloud. With OneNote, you’ll have your notes whenever you need them—on your computer, phone, or on the web.
Mail automatically organizes your inbox. You can add multiple accounts and access them through this single point. You can also flag, archive, or delete messages by swiping to the left or right, or mark messages as read or unread.
Use Calendar to manage your busy schedule. Use the What’s next view to see what’s on the schedule, or look at entire days, weeks, workweeks, or months.
The People app brings all your contacts together in a single space. See each contact’s email address, phone number, website, and other information at a glance.
Microsoft Edge gives you fast and fluid access to the Internet. Open pages in Reading View, save them to your reading list, or take notes right on the page using Inking.
Groove Music lets you access your music collection and more from your Surface.
The Camera app lets you take regular photos, photo bursts, or video using either the front or back camera on your Surface.
Edit and organize your photos using the Photos app. Crop, enhance, and add effects to your images and set them to be the lock screen background.
Movies & TV
Movies & TV brings you the latest movies and TV shows as well as featured hits. It offers recommendations based on what you’ve watched, making it easier to find something new that you’ll like.
News brings you the latest breaking stories as well as more in-depth coverage. You can customize the coverage to add more local information or highlight the topics you choose.
The Weather app offers hourly, daily, and 10-day forecasts as well as historical information and annual weather trends. You can also add locations, so you can see not only the information for where you are, but for where you might be heading.
Money covers not only the fast-moving market conditions, but lets you track your portfolio, browse financial news articles, and access tools and calculators for common financial tasks.
Sports brings you scoreboards, schedules, videos, slide shows, and news headlines and stories to help you keep up to date with the world of sports and your favorite teams.
Maps lets you see your current location, zoom in for greater detail, zoom out for a bigger picture, scroll or search for new locations, get directions, and more.
Get the most out of your Surface. The Surface app provides you with customization options and the opportunity to learn more about your Surface. Give feedback on your experience so we can keep making it better. The Surface app is a free download on the Windows Store.