Were you wondering what apps can you have on your iPhone, should you get it? We tried to select the best ones, so read on!
Who doesn’t want to own an iPhone these days? Everybody does, and not only for the brand’s name. With the available apps in iTunes, one can have a pretty powerful tool in their hands. Most of the apps in the iTunes App Store can be installed on all the Apple hand devices – iPod, iPad and iPhone – while some applications will work better only on one of them.
Showing the best apps around is challenging because not everyone has the same preferences, but hopefully you will like our selection. Another challenge comes from the fact that the free apps seem to be mixed with the paid ones.
1. ANGRY BIRDS – this is a game which will work out both your brain and your fingers while testing your nerves. In 2010 this game has been named as the best game for the iPhone, of all times. Your goal is to use the wingless birds to kill the green pigs who try and steal the eggs. Use the least number of birds per level for the highest score – how difficult can that be? You have more versions – Rio, Seasons, and more – as well as paid versions and free, limited versions.
2. No matter where you are, you need to know your location, or your way to another location. There are many apps used for navigation, and probably the best – and popular – one is GOOGLE MAPS, which incidentally comes pre-installed on the phone. However, if you’re in a different city, or you want a different type of map, you should be able to find one to suit your needs.
3. If you don’t spend much time indoors, or at home even, but you are on the move a lot, then you will need some sort of a way to communicate with your family or friends, for cheaper. Or maybe you prefer using a specific social site more than others, or even more of them. In this case you need an app from the social networking site or site you use: FaceBook, Twitter and so on. These apps are free to download and to install, but it may be better for you to use them over the WiFi connection. You should also know that there are more apps which act like Twitter, so pay attention if you want Twitter only.
4. Many people like the educational apps, while there are a large number of them who actually need them for quick references. For instance, you can try out the iGEOLOGY if you’re interested in the geology of the UK, and you’re even lucky because the app is free of charge. You can use this app for street level geology no matter where you are in the UK. If you’re using the GPS this app can zoom to your location, for the best possible results. This app may be good for those who own a garden and they want to know what plants will best grow in their garden.This article is brought by Logo Quiz Answers and Logo Quiz.