You know, there are a great variety of one-off gimmick apps and a great supply of dull or boring game apps out there. So, we try to act as a filter for buyers, leading them to the apps which are worth their money and time.
The list below is a roundup of our best picks so far for the year 2010. These are the most practical apps that any iPhone user will certainly appreciate.
1. Slacker Radio. This app is an amazing substitute for Pandora. This features a bigger catalog and it also provides Premium accounts which offer limitless song skips. (this app works the same with WunderRadio and Pandora)
2. Hey Where Are You. A flawlessly simple app which makes use of Push Notification to allow the users to ask and answer the question: Hey, Where Are You? (it works the same sa the loopt app)
3. Textfree Unlimited. Presently the best substitute to high SMS plan expenses, providing free textmessaging with Push Notification.
4. Bento. This app gives you the capability to make simple databases where you can store information regarding all aspects of your life.
5. Flight Tracker. This app lets you watch flights live and get up-to-the-minute departure times and arrivals. This has saved me many delayed pick-ups from the airport terminal.
6. Read It Later. Store any site for offline reading or mark the site as a reminder to read later on. Somewhat tricky to install at first, but it will successfully replace book marking for articles.
7. Birthday Reminder. Rarely visit Facebook to check out forthcoming birthdays? This app gets all that info so you may easily see up-coming birthdays even when you?re offline.
8. Photogene. There are several different photo editing apps out there, but you just need one and this app is great for you. Rotate, adjust colors, add filters, and crop your photos with Photogene (this works like the camera bag).
9. Skype. This skype app provides great quality conversation through wireless network. Finally be free from your PC and mic to make those long-distance calls.
10. Kindle. Hesitant at first, but we have found this app surprisingly good for the eyes and it is also good for taking in a quick chapter. This app provides a lot of free content, but won’t be replacing your actual Kindle.
11. Beejive IM 3. This app so far, is the greatest multi-IM service client on smartphones, now with AIM, Yahoo, MSN, Push notification, ICQ, and a lot more.
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