It certainly goes by without saying that apps happen to be the big business right now, and they’re the mojo leading to the success of iOS.
Android from its part may shift more units than Apple’s mobile platform, but then again the App Store still tends to bag the lion’s share of the apps, ranging from high-end audio tools through to last yet never the least, cutting-edge educational offerings.
If ‘free’ is the New catchphrase; the next time when you’re shopping for iPhone apps which is the new black, then brace yourselves for this quintessential set of 12 iphone app development wonders that should serve your exclusive purposes well.
Accompli which arrives as a free email client and organizer offers much more than a convenient interface to be able to view your mail. Braced with an integrated calendar and options to view only image attachments sent to you, or only documents, all this little productivity app ends up doing is to fit the bill of what may be called as a resourceful powerhouse.
2. Adobe Photoshop Express
Digital photography editing has been until recently a task best suited to desktop and laptop computers. Adobe from its part has proven that it can be done in the mobile space with Photoshop Express which is a free photo-editing application for the iPhone and other iOS devices.
Photoshop Express arrives as a powerhouse amid mobile apps and can even handle noise reduction (i.e. doing away with those extraneous particles that appear on photos). All said and done, Adobe Photoshop Express is a solid tool for making light photo edits on your iPhone.
Any.do which is a List-making and task-management app has this unique feature called the Any.do moment, which from its part encourages making a habit of reviewing your daily tasks. This comprehensive app takes account of date and time reminders, as well as geolocation reminders, which work well. Overall, Any.do comes as a great iPhone app for jotting down tasks and goals, and for keeping yourself committed to doing them.
The BillGuard app from its part connects you to your online credit card statements and flags merchants who frequently charge consumers in lieu of products or services they’ve either forgotten about or they didn’t know they were requesting. BillGuard is one personal finance app to keep on your side.
Bitcasa, the newest entrant to the cloud syncing and storage wars, works comprehensively on iPhones. Here, you can get 20GB of space for free, which is a whole stockpiling haven. Ninety-nine bucks annually buys you 1TB of space, and or for $99 per month (or $999 per year), you can avail “infinite” storage. Owing to the ample space, it’s extremely useful for mobile video backup. The interface stands as user friendly too.
Cloud-based file-syncing and storage program Box requires installing the Box program on your home and office computers, and then add the Box iPhone app to the mix. The service at hand will make sure that – you always have access to the most recent file from any one of your devices. Free Box account holders get a generous 10GB of space for their stuff. Here, you can add comments to any file, as well as read comments that other people have added, which is again an elegant and fast way to work with colleagues when you’re on the go.
The Brewster iPhone app may be one of the most visually appealing contact managers you’ll come across, tapping into multiple social networks for images of people you are familiar with. It insists on having access to your iPhone Contacts and either Facebook or Twitter to work, though.
The iPhone app Cloze collects tweets, emails, Facebook posts, and other bits of communication from your contacts and prioritizes them based on people who are most relevant to you. In a nutshell, if someone tweets three times, posts on Facebook twice, and shares an article on LinkedIn all in a single working day, then, one can see all that activity in one shot courtesy; Cloze. It’s an erudite tool for getting relevant information about people in your network.
9. Converter Plus
All-in-one calculation app Converter Plus delivers numbers on nearly everything, ranging from currency conversions to loan-interest figures. It converts metric to imperial measurements for temperature, cooking volumes, length, and so on and so forth.
If your files breathe all over the place— which can be your office computer, home desktop, laptop—being equipped with a dependable syncing program is not some luxury rather a requisite. Dropbox, the service and productivity tool that allows you to store your files in the cloud and access them from anywhere you have a signal, fills that role nicely with a Dropbox iPhone app. It has a user – friendly interface, easy uploading, and swift syncing across all accounts.
Social photo app Instagram remains fabulously popular (despite the fact that it’s now owned by Facebook). An ever-evolving toolset also helps in keeping it relevant and fun. You can snap photos (or for that matter shoot short videos), edit them, and share them with the community; or just be a lurker and watch as others share slices of life from their day.
In this fast-paced, high-pressure world where business inevitably blends with the personal all too often, an app like LinkedIn‘s turns out to be quite useful to have at your fingertips. If you’ve ever found yourself wanting to suggest a new potential connection to a friend, followed by an associate, or for that matter colleague, then the LinkedIn app is the one you want. It’s the central hub where you can find all those “loose ties,” the acquaintances that turn out to be instrumental to your career advancement and overall success.