Best iOS Apps – JAN 2014
If you are traveling to New York, London or Paris this year, then this app is for you. The Citymapper app is the finest app that will guide you through the busy streets of mammoth cities like London and New York without getting you lost. Just open Citymapper, enter the city you are in and where you want to go. The application will guide you through public transport information, shortcuts and safe routes and even the best hotels in town.
Viber syncs all your contacts and besides providing messages and calls it also provides you with push notifications. It lets you make free video and voice calls anywhere in the world just by connecting to an internet network.
Scoring a date can be a tough task for even the best looking people out there. But here comes Tinder. Tinder is a popular dating cum social networking app for the young people. Tinder makes use of your Facebook profile and lets you track down singles in your account. If you like someone, Swipe to the right. If not interested, swipe to the left. If you like someone, just message. It’s that simple.
4. Couch to 5K
Couch to 5k is for the lazy bums out there. This app is designed to help the non-fitness freaks get into a fitness mode. If followed religiously this app can get you really fit as it designs a whole workout schedule for you, gives you time frames to complete tasks. It can even prepare training charts for you week after week. To give you a feeling that you are being trained by a real trainer the app has in-built human vocal cues.
If you want to learn photography or just want to show off how good you are with the shutter, TriggerTrap is for you. This app has all the tools that will turn your smartphone into a lifelikeDSLR. The modes include Timelapse, Distancelapse and long-exposure. It also possesses a photographer’s “toolkit” and points out the unique trigger qualities that it has to offer.
Feedly provides you with news feeds from the news stories you are most interested in. This RSS feeder app tracks down your favorite YouTube channels, news sites, Tumblr blogs, etc and brings you quick bites from time to time. It also collates all the news it has gathered and spreads it in the form of a magazine which you can flip through. You can even share articles you like without signing-in to your social media accounts.
The videos we generally take with our smartphones are either hazy or just not good enough; this is no doubt a spoiler. Cinemagram app lets the user create short and polished video clips. Just film a clip and edit it with Cinemagram’s filters and effects and they are ready to be shared. It’s that easy. It is often called a Vine-Instagram hybrid app as well. You can even freeze certain areas of the video while the rest of the video functions in full motion.
You think that steam was for core gamers only? Well, this app will make you rethink. Steam has a stockpile of over 2,000 games from all the genres. The app is also capable of creating an online community of users, who can interact and discuss gaming. This app will pursue users to meet new people, join game groups and form clans. The Steam app lets you known what deals are available on which games and also tells you the release dates.
Quora is the ultimate question-answer app that allows the user to create a profile, to add, browse and respond to questions on various topics. Developed by two former Facebook employees, Quora lets the users share questions and answers with their followers as well as their friends. You can even check out millions of topics being discussed at a location near you thanks to its location feature.
Longing for a personal secretary to manage your growing routine? Well look no further and download Omnifocus app. This personal task managing app allows users to record or type -in thoughts, memos and appointments into their device. Just feed it with all the appointments you have and it will create a to-do list to actually keep you on track. It also reminds you about the tasks you need to complete.