One of the first applications that you might want to get is Layar. Layar was to augment reality. Augmented type apps were made to blur the lines between the internet/virtual world and real life, enhancing your ability to take advantage of the things around you that you never would have taken notice otherwise.
For example, a common augmented reality app many people make use of is a GPS; a program that provides you maps and directions on where you want to go. Layer works pretty well to find any restaurants and banks. You can also fine any other nearby business, banks, and chains and other places of interest nearby that you use to help your business grow.
Another app to check out is Square. What this does is allows you to accept credit cards for your business without having to set up any phone lines, purchasing the software that you will need for expensive credit card machines, and purchasing and setting up the credit card machines themselves. Square helps you take care of all of these issues by bypassing most of them. You are sent a free card reader in the mail that you simply connect to your Motorola Droid 3. With all of that, you can start a business using Square, without paying any crazy fees or purchasing any expensive hardware.
But don’t stop at just those applications because there are tons of other applications that can help your in general. So whether you’re interested in design, software tracking or any other similar activities or interests, the Motorola Droid 3 should have something in there for you.
And addition to all of what we’ve just mentioned, you might want to also pick up a Motorola Droid 3 accessories to help you make the most of your time with the tablet. For example, a Motorola Droid 3 screen protector will definitely help keep your screen looking brand new, while a Motorola Droid 3 case will make sure that your tablet is safe and protected. And of course, a Motorola Droid 3 data cable would be good to, allowing you to transfer files from computer to tablet.