Among the many applications avilable in the App Store, some of the top 10 iPhone apps are listed below. Possessing thousands of amazing apps and advanced Wi-Fi, with easy access to mobile data networks from all over the world, these gadgets with enhanced apps and features are irresistible to anyone.
Top 10 iPhone Apps
More than 7,00,000 cool iPhone apps are available from the iPhone App Store, of which many are available for free. It is possible to download iPhone apps from the Apps Store to enhance utility features already present in iPhones. Have a look at the amazing iPhone apps for the month of November 2012, listed below.
1) Onavo Count app
Onavo Count app, which is regarded as the best of iPhone apps, can reduce data usage manifold, and also decrease cost. The introduction of a new advanced version of this app into the iPhone helps to analyse which of the apps is consuming data, effectively reducing usage over the month.
A perfect alternative to the built-in iPhone music player is the, in:play application. It possesses an attractive design which focuses on typography, with movement-dependent controls and efficient sorting and navigation to filter through the largest collection of digital music.
This great iPhone app contains guidelines about how to do things in reality, with the guidance offered by others using the HowDo app. Taking photos coupled with sound recording and then sharing them with other members constituting the community, following tips from other experienced users is all possible due to this app.
4) 18 Months
18 Months, the new album released by Calvin Harris can be downloaded from iTunes. This app has a feature which detects movement and ensures the non-stop playing of the song as long as the user continues dancing or moving the iPhone.
5) Oakley Airwave
Oakley Airwave is one of the free iPhone apps deemed to be essential for sports enthusiasts, especially for those with affinity for snow sports and mountains. It keeps track of your friends, shares information and experiences with them, monitors your alpine stats, and in sync with Oakley’s Airwave goggles heads-up display, helps to view trip history.
Beamr is capable of packaging images from iPhone and iPad into a digital format, as seen in magazines,for sharing on Twitter, Facebook or e-mail. The novelty is that these images are sent at the original full resolution as taken on the iPhone. People can view, download, as well as print the pictures.
7) Thoughtful Gift Finder
Thoughtful Gift Finder takes cues from Face book to decide the best gift to be given to friends and family, based on their character and preferences.
8 ) HotUKDeals
The website HotUKDeals is available as a free iPhone app now. It maintains a catalogue of discounts, deals and vouchers along with locations which can help you analyse the best deals or offers and also comment on them. The consumers can share information on discounts and exchange tips that are not advertised in stores or mentioned in flyers. All these features and more ensure the inclusion of this app in the top 10 iPhone apps for this week.
Rappel is the fastest Basecamp app which is full of desirable features for iPhone. Rappel helps you to remain connected with projects assigned to you from anywhere, even if you are travelling, thereby saving time. The app can be utilised to allot tasks, participate in discussions, and also upload data or files from iPhone.
Striiv Smart Pedometer app uses GPS and sensors to keep track of movement, namely steps taken, distance covered and altitude reached, and translates the data obtained, into progress achieved in “MyWorld,” a virtual environment. You can thereby earn rewards while competing with other Striiv Smart users.
These were the top 10 iPhone apps for November 2012.