Nowadays, iPhone is the best phone for secured web browsing and applications. This great feature makes iPhone is the best phone used. But iPhone users nowadays don’t know what are the best applications that are existing in apple store because of huge number of applications.
Storehouse is a storytelling app that lets users upload photos, video, and text to create a personalized story of just about anything. The app even lets you embed your story on blogs and browse other user’s stories.
Duolingo is a good way to learn the basics of a language for the excellent price of zero dollars. Add-free, Duolingo currently offers mini-tutorials for 10 languages with fun, game like lesson plans. Before you know it you’ll dream in German.
Chronicle your adventures with this travel journal app that easily uploads your musings and images. You can share with your friends and family over FB and Twitter. It’ll even work offline so you can report from the most remote locales.
Twitter’s answer to Meerkat, Periscope lets users live stream on Twitter. Your followers can interact by commenting on the view. Finally, a way for your friends to respond to your live stream of the bus ride home.
Nuzzle will aggregate news stories from your Twitter and Facebook feeds to give you one place to catch up on the important stories. Set alerts to receive notifications when news stories are shared by certain friends.
YouTube used to come with your phone, but with iOS 6, Apple removed it. Luckily, Google brought it back. If you need to know what YouTube is, please meet us back in 2005.
You’re clearly an Apple user, and this is Apple’s book shop. It’s as good as any other, but the downside is that your books will only be readable on Apple products. Only the loyal should apply.
Amazon rules the eBook reader world, but you can also get its Kindle app just about everywhere else, including iPhone. Download it and read up on any device you want. Reading’s fun!
Swipe and tap to zoom through your inbox at breakneck speed, and rid yourself of the crap you don’t want to see. You can even set it have mail return later, like a snooze button for emails.
One of the first big cloud services on the scene, offering 2GB free and the chance to earn more space, Dropbox is still a good way to share files across devices and back them up in the cloud.