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Friday, 1 March 2013


TOP 10 iOS Apps March 2013

Hey Guys! Today I give you the Top 10 iOS Apps as voted from Google Plus Communities and The Verge Apple Core Forum.

1. Pocket ( Read it Later) (Free)

If you want to read, view or watch an interesting web page, article or video later then you need pocket.
Pocket will automatically sync it with your tablet, computer and phone and you will be able to view it from any device without an Internet connection.

2. The Verge (Free)

Keeps you up with technology news and reviews as well as in depth featured stories.

3. Evernote (Free)

Evernote is an easy to use app that syncs all your notes across your devices. Evernote lets you take notes, capture photos, create to-do lists, record voice reminders and makes these notes completely searchable wherever you are.

4. Google Maps (Free)

Google maps provides straight forward, accurate and easy to use maps with built-in google local search, voice guided turn by turn navigation, public transport directions, street view and more.

5. Dropbox (Free, pay for extra storage)

Dropbox allows you to access all the files you save from your computer, iphone, ipad and the dropbox website. You get 2 GB of space when you sign up for free.

6. Flipboard (Free)

Flipboard is a personal news magazine, customised by you, when you select the topics that interest you and let you additionally search for your favourite sources. You can also add Facebook and Twitter to browse articles and photos your friends are sharing.

7. Facebook (Free)

Facebook connects you with your friends and notifies you when friends like and comment your posts. You can share updates, photos, videos and chat or have a group conversation.

8. Instagram (Free)

Instagram adds effects to your mobile photos and lets you share your photos in a simple photo stream with friends to see. It also shows new photos from creative people you follow from around the world.

9. Tweetbot (£1.99)

Tweetbot is a Twitter client with a lot of personality. It features multiple timelines and quickly switches between your lists as your main timeline. Some other features are smart gestures, push notifications, mute filters and customisable navigation. Furthermore it supports multiple services like Pocket, Instapaper, Readability, CloudApp and Droplr. 

10. Mailbox (Free)

Currently needs reservation and is currently for Gmail only. Other email platforms coming soon. Email is now light, fast and mobile friendly as mailbox is a completely redesigned inbox. 

Worth mentioning: 
  • Fantastical (£2.99)
  • Twitter (Free)
  • Spotify (Free)
  • Gmail (Free)
  • Chrome (Free)
  • Paper (Free)

Again a big Thank you for all voters! 

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