There is a various application available on the App Store, and every one of them are really good at doing what they do. In any case, with around 2 million applications on the App Store, searching for the ones that are great, and new, is not that simple. We have scoured through the internet, and discovered the 10 great apps for iPhone.
1.Roger: Group Voice Messenger
Roger: Group Voice Messenger is an app that is basically similar to the Snapchat for audio. Users can create groups of different users and send voice messages to them. If the receiver is online, the message is played automatically and otherwise the receiver gets a notification. The sent messages automatically disappear after a while, which makes the experience a lot like Snapchat.
The app also supports playing back received messages even when the user goes offline, and the interface of the app is quite easy to understand, although not very clean or minimal. Moreover, the app is well rounded, and is a must try if you have many friends with whom you would like to exchange voice messages. The app also has features such as saving voice notes to Dropbox, and a feature that can automatically tell others when you’re leaving a place. All of this can be initiate inside the settings for the app, which is completely free.
The lessons are well planned, and sure to make learning how to code easy for everybody who gives the app the time of day. Another really exciting course that will soon be added to the app is “Machine Learning”, and personally excited to see how the developers break down a topic that complex into easy to swallow bites, so that anybody can understand the concepts of Machine Learning. The app is definitely a must try for anyone even remotely interested in learning how to code, and looking for a good place to start.
Morning Mail is a complete new take on the way users approach their email each day. The app’s idea is clearly taken from the popular dating app Tinder, and it has been modified in a way that emails are displayed to the users in a card format, where the user can swipe left to delete it, right to archive it, and down to mark the email as read. The app is mostly aimed at users who do not get a lot of spam email, or have a good spam filter, so that they are not always dealing with multiple cards.
The app includes a complete mailbox inside it, and can display emails by specific mailboxes or even a combined view of all the mailboxes that the user has connected with the app. The interface of the app is clean, minimal and looks fresh, and this new take on email definitely feels very fresh and attractive.
Install (Free with in-app purchases)
Dials Calendar app offers a completely fresh look at something that users have been doing the same way for a long time. The app is focused on scheduling events, and it does this by placing event markers around the face of a 12-hour clock on the screen, notifying which event will start when. The events can be simply shifted to new times by dragging their markers to the new time position on the clock face, and the functionality of the app is good.
There is definitely a learning curve with the app, due to the way it handles scheduling and displaying events, but the app definitely looks good.
MuseCam is an app that is not so much a camera, as it is a supercharged editing workhouse. The app has features that can easily challenging those offered by Adobe’s Lightroom on the iPhone. It has a several great features to completely transform the way an image looks on your phone. The app has the basic features such as adjusting the contrast, exposure and all the obvious editing features. But, MuseCam also offers editing features in the form of graphs that can be individually modified for RGB colors and it also supports hue and saturation edits for independent colors in the photo, which makes it very powerful. The app also comes with some preloaded filters that you can directly apply on your images, and you can create your own custom filters as well.
Install (Free, with in-app purchases)
TaoMix 2 is an app that allows users to listen to immersive soundscapes that can be edited by the user, with the changes audible in real time. The user can additionally create completely new soundscapes from scratch by using the set of sounds provided inside the app. There are a couple sound packs that can be bought from within the app, so that users can create even more complex and varied forms of soundscapes. The soundscapes can be set to change over time as well.
The app is definitely an amazing way to relax, or even to focus on important work without any distractions. Used with headphones, the app provides a very immersive feeling, and completely cuts the user off from the outside world.
Install (Free, with In-app purchases)
You must know about Duolingo – the app that is by far the most used app to learn new languages. The same company that brought Duolingo, has created Tinycards. It works on the same basic functionality as Duolingo, but instead of just languages, the app focuses on a wide variety of topics that the users can choose to learn about. These topics include Geography, History, Science and a much more. The animations in the app are smooth, and the app very natural to use. If you have used Duolingo before, you will be hooked to this app in no time, learning new things consistently. The app also covers topics such as Disney characters, Famous EDM producers and a much more to increase your knowledge in about every topic.
Bobby is another really useful app. The app allows users to add their subscriptions to the app, and the app automatically shows the total cost per month for all of their subscriptions, ensuring that users don’t run out of cash for the subscription payments that they need to make. The app is a great way for users to keep a track of their subscriptions and fixed expenses. The app supports a lot of pre-defined subscriptions including Apple Music, Adobe Creative Cloud and a much more. Users can set reminders and alarms for their subscriptions, so they don’t end up paying late fees for missed subscription payments. The app likewise supports a wide number of currencies.
It is definitely an app trying out if you have a lot of subscriptions as it can help you with managing payments and making sure you don’t forget to pay for the subscriptions.
Install (Free, with In-app purchases)
NOIZ is an app that enables users to create music. The difference between NOIZ and other music creation apps is the way NOIZ works. It doesn’t have any specific loops or sounds that users need to drag and drop on to a timeline that’s boring. Users can select from a list of songs that the app supports, and NOIZ breaks it down into various symbols, as well as the verse, pre-chorus, and chorus that users can tap on whenever they need to play the song in the way they need to play it.
Users can also edit the loops in the song, to make more complex and cool sounding music.
Walter uses the user’s location and figures out what there is to do around them, and places markers around a dial that the user can follow to get to places. The app breaks down points of interest in the form of places to eat, drink, see etc. The dial is split into concentric circles that denote the time it will take the user to get to the particular point of interest. Walter is definitely a cool way to get to cool places in a relatively new city, and since it is powered by Triposo, there are definitely going to be a lot of places that Walter can recognize and point users to. Walter is a must try if you like exploring new places.