Here’s a cool list of top 45 best apps for iPhone and iPad are includes applications for social networking, travel, news, photography, productivity and music and life, which would help you improve your fragments of timep and productivity that give you loads of other options too. Most of the below apps are available to download on Apple App Store for free.
Jelly is a better way to ask a question with photos, maps, friends, and more. It’s also people helping each other—something that’s both meaningful and fun.
Yelp is your local guide to finding just the place to eat, shop, drink, relax, and play.It all makes for a revealing portrait of your home city/town.
Groupon hunts down vouchers, discount fashion, entertainment deals, restaurant savings, and more
Integrate Dropbox, Box, GoogleDrive, OneDrive, Office 365, FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, S3 app in the Airfile!
For comprehensive international business and financial news you can download Bloomberg. Market data and portfolio tools can be personalized for your account, making it essential for business owners.
Google Maps (Free)
Hotel Tonight (Free)
Hotels give us their unsold rooms. We show you the day’s best values. You book them easily and securely on your smartphone.Hotel Tonight
Watch your home design ideas come to life within a photograph of your own space by experimenting with high quality 3D models of real products
Using GPS, Urbanspoon suggests restaurants to consider near you. It acts as a time saver, with the bonus of potentially discovering new favorite restaurants.
Spotify is the best way to listen to music on mobile or tablet. Search for any track, artist or album and listen for free. Make and share playlists. Build your biggest, best ever music.
TED is brain food. The app provides access to talks by insanely clever people, opening your mind to new and radical ideas. You can also save your favourite talks locally, for even easier access, or ask the app to inspire you, based on your mood and available time.
Skyscanner’s a great website, which enables you to punch in airports and find out the cheapest way of getting from A to B. The Skyscanner app is the same, but it’s on your device and with a spiffy AI. Well worth a download, even if only to check flights for an upcoming holiday.
Plenty of apps exist for transferring content between your computer and your device, but Dropbox is free and easier to use than most of its contemporaries. Dump files you want to sync in a folder on your computer and Dropbox for your device will enable you to access them, download them for offline viewing, and, in many cases, view them.
Virtual pianos and guitars are all very well, but purely digital musical toys are more suited to Apple handhelds. TonePad is the best of them, using a grid-based interface that enables you to turn notes on and off and compose pleasing and harmonious loops; your creations can be edited, saved and uploaded to share with other users.
One of the tools from the excellent iHandy Carpenter toolkit app, iHandy Level Free turns your iPhone into a spirit level. By default, it’ll show just how wonky your device’s accelerometer is, but tap the calibrate button and you get an accurate and great-looking level.
Air Video Free can stream (and convert as necessary) video from any computer running the free Air Video Server. You only get access to a small number of items per folder or playlist, but some careful planning can get around that limitation.
Around Me figures out where you are and lists local stuff – banks, bars, petrol stations and, er, Apple Retail Stores. The app’s reliance on Google Maps info means there are gaps, but it’s nonetheless handy to have installed when in unfamiliar surroundings, and the ‘augmented reality’ landscape mode is amusing, if flaky.
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In all honesty, Comics is a little awkward compared to using it on an iPad, but you won’t find a better comics experience on an iPhone. The app is free, as are dozens of downloadable comics – and once you run out of those, many more are available to buy. Reading works on a frame-by-frame automated ‘zoom’ basis, and is surprisingly usable.
Evernote turns the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad into an extension of your brain, helping you remember anything and everything that happens in your life. From notes to ideas to snapshots to recordings, put it all into Evernote and watch as it instantly synchronizes from your iPhone to your Mac or Windows desktop. See why millions of people worldwide use Evernote.
Facebook for iPhone lets you stay connected and share with friends on the go. Start a chat, keep up with friends’ photos and status updates, look up a phone number, upload photos to Facebook and more—right from your iPhone. With improved search and browsing, the facebook.com features you use most are now just a touch away. It’s a faster, fuller Facebook for iPhone.
This is a free app for all those who have an iPhone 4, iPad, or 4th generation iPod touch (iOS 4.2 or later needed). Simply sign in with your Apple ID on your qualifying device and turn on Find My iPhone to locate your iDevice.
This is a great app that allows chatting and placing calls to others for free!
Well, who doesn’t know the awesome Getty Images? This Getty Images app is great for all the creative and media professionals, as it boasts you more than 24 million amazing images. Now you can access the entire image collection from anywhere. You have the ability of searching, saving and sharing the creative stock images, as well as editorial and archival imagery whenever you want.
Use this awesome app to enhance your Google search experience for your iPhone, now with Google Goggles, Voice Search and My Location.
Pretty much from nowhere, Gorillacam arrived in December 2009 from the creators of the Gorillapod tripods. It mashes together a slew of features to hugely improve an iPhone’s camera (timer, multi-shot, spirit-level, on-screen grid, ‘press anywhere’ capture), meaning you can bin a half-dozen standalone apps that offer similar things.
Hipmunk takes the agony out of flight search. With Hipmunk you’ll see all the relevant flights on a timeline, helping you visualize the right choice. Unlike every other app out there, Hipmunk doesn’t just show you the cheapest flight first — the app instead sorts by “agony,” which incorporates important factors like how long you’ll be traveling and how many stops you’ll make.
Having made a big splash on the iPad, iBooks has now arrived for Apple’s smaller devices. Effectively iTunes for books, the app combines a reader and store, in Apple’s typically usable and integrated fashion. Usefully, iBooks includes PDF support and bookmarks automatically sync across devices.
iTunes Movie Trailers puts the newest and most exclusive movie previews in HD in your hands. Browse trailers, clips, and featurettes for the biggest Hollywood blockbusters and independent cinema; view stunning HD photos; explore a year-long calendar of movie releases; find showtimes near you and get ticket info directly from your iPad or iPhone.
PaperDesk LITE will definitely prove to be very useful for many people, especially teachers and business people
If you’re looking for Photoshop-style power, Photoshop Express won’t impress. However, if you’re after a quick, free, highly usable tool for making edits to your iPhone photos, Adobe’s app is ideal. Use it for cropping, straightening, exposure adjustments, colour effects, sharpening and more.
Pulse takes your favorite websites and transforms them into a colorful and interactive mosaic. Tap on an article to see a clean and elegant view of the news story. Save stories for reading later across all platforms or sync them with Instapaper, Read it Later and Evernote. Sharing a story via Facebook, Twitter and email is as easy as two taps.
The prospect of Nike+ but better and for free might sound unlikely, but that’s what RunKeeper provides. Previously split into ‘pro’ and ‘free’ versions, the developer now generously includes all the features in one free app.
This one allows instant access to your Salesforce information on your iPhone.
If you are a news junkie, then this is the ultimate app for you. It lets you stay up to date with all the news from all your favorite sources. You can effortlessly receive updates on the topics of your choice. This app lets you read news, people, blogs, and topics in a customized Photo Grid.
It is a great app that lets you replicate and synchronize your files across multiple PCs. Totally amazing!
This is a great TaskManager with cloud synchronized accross iPhone, iPod, iPad and web interface.
Tweetie was the iPhone Twitter client that other iPhone Twitter clients wanted to be. Its combination of polished interface, plentiful options and multi-account support meant everyone loved it – apart from cheapskates, because Tweetie wasn’t free. Now, however, it is, because Twitter bought it, rebranded it as Twitter, and set fire to the price tag.
The lite version of Atomic is missing quite a few features that are found in its paid-for version, including even basic multitasking support and content resumption on reopening the app. However, for times where you need a single-session browser that automatically dumps everything on exit, such as when buying gifts, this is a handy app to have installed.
Don’t bother buying a DAB radio – just install TuneIn Radio instead and plug your device into a set of speakers. TuneIn Radio has a great interface for accessing over 50,000 digital stations; it also has AirPlay support, and you can use it as an alarm clock.
Assuming you’re online, Google Translate is a great app for translating text between 57 different languages; handily, 15 of the most popular also enable you to speak into your device and listen to translations. It’s also considerably cheaper and more portable than 56 translation staff.
We say a big PFFT! at CGI. Real animators use stop-motion, until they inevitably go crazy at only being able to craft about three seconds of footage per week. iMotion HD enables you to create such painstaking animations with your device.
Extremely Helpful And Useful Lifestyle iPhone and iPad Apps, these are the apps that are must haves for an iPhone user. Check them out!