Welcome to our top 10 apps for iPhone and iPad. Here, we will bring a collection of new and noteworthy apps available in the Apps Store. We are always looking for new and nifty apps and make our roundup of iOS apps almost every week. So bookmark this page for further updates regarding iOS apps.
The Agenda Calendar has been given an innovative and new lease of life in this latest version. It’s dashing design and color coded dots make it much easier to see what you have got planned.
The Viz (£1.49) allows you to create charts using your handset. Enter your data, pick a color scheme and chart types, and then share or save the result.
This photography app (£1.49) allows you to take the high dynamic range (HDR) pics using your iPhone or iPad. Use slider to set the result.
This Slick weather (free) app uses smooth animations and easy type to bring you the weather prediction. It can break the prediction down by the hour and tell you the forecast for the rest of the week.
Following the success of genuine djay, the 2nd generation has been redesigned pass new features to the DJ system. It is available for the iPhone, too.
It is a little bit pricey at £9.99, but Disney Animated app for the iPad is a gem for the Disney fans and animators.
Love Vine but wish you might make your own videos longer? The MixBit ( free) app allows you to record up to the 256 16-second clips to compose a video and share with your friends.
There is an app for everything. It’s a 69p app which uses your age and wake up times so that it can remind you when you should need to go to the bed.
The Photochop may help you to add some nifty effects to your iPhone photos. It can also break your photo into the tiles and adjust these tiles to make the result you are happy with.
This universal app (free) brings the VLC media player to the iPhone, iPad and iPod. For those of you who’re really used to convert movies and TV programs on your computer before syncing them to the iOS device, the VLC for the iOS means you are going to find watching which content a lot simpler, because you will no longer need to convert it.
There look to be some teething problems with new, improved version of the app, but it is free and the developers are active to update when the issue becomes apparent.