Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket Gallery ,Image editor,Music player
Gallery and file browser
The Skyrocket uses the standard Android gallery. The gallery automatically locates the images and videos no matter where they are stored. It even imports the online photos from your Google Picasa web albums.
Aside from displaying full-res images and the addition of the two-finger tilt zoom, there’s nothing new really. The double tap and pinch zoom are still there.
Two-finger tilt zoom works much like the name suggests. You touch the screen with two fingers and as soon as you start tilting it, it will zoom in or out according to the tilting motion.
The My Files app is a simple to use but functional file manager. It can move, copy, lock and rename files in bulk, even send multiple files via Bluetooth.
Moreover, you also get an image editor and a video editor preinstalled. The image editor handles the basics like image rotation, cropping and adjusting brightness/saturation/contrast. You can also make selections. It’s not nearly as accurate as the Photoshop tool though.
TouchWiz-ed music player
The Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket uses the standard TouchWiz music player. Samsung has enabled equalizer presets (including a custom one) along with the sound-enhancing DNSe technology and 5.1 channel virtualization.
The nice feature that allows you to quickly look up a song on YouTube or via Google search is also here. The handset also prompts you to select whether to look up the artist, the song title or the album.