Best iPhone Apps

Are you looking for interesting apps to download on your brand new iPhone? Read below to find out about the top iPhone apps today.

There are hundreds of thousands of iPhone applications out there. With a lot to choose from, finding the best application for you on your iPhone may prove to be more difficult than you think. Below is a list of some iPhone Apps that you might need.

Twitter

Twitter is one of the most used social networking apps because it allows people to socialize with other people non-stop, wherever and whenever through its handy iPhone app form.

Facebook

As the world’s biggest social network, it is not surprising to see that it is also one of the most downloaded and used apps on the iPhone. It brings the Facebook experience to the iPhone and iPod touch users which allows you to access your contacts, recent feeds and important information even when you are on the go.

Skype

Although FaceTime is a great way to make standard voice calls, it cannot be used by those who don’t have a Mac or any other compatible iOS device. Skype addresses this problem which makes it one of the most essential apps to have. It is simple and usable, making calls free with other Skype members and offering cheap calls to anywhere in the globe.

TonePad

Guitars and virtual pianos are cool, but digital musical toys are very more suited to Apple devices. TonePad is one of the best because it has a grid-based interface that enables you to switch the notes on and off, compose pleasing tones, and very cool harmonious loops. You can edit, save and share your creations with others by uploading them.

Comics

This app is a free app that allows you to read comics frame-by-frame through your iPhone using an automated zoom feature. Although it is best used on an iPad, the iPhone app is still surprisingly usable.

Wikipanion

Wikipanion is an app that is dedicated to the pages of Wikipedia. It gives you direct access to article sections on the Wikipedia site and allows you to view options, bookmark pages, and even a tweet option you can use to tweet what you learn about in it.

Instagram

This app is a photo app with which you can edit your pictures with Hipstamatic-esque effects. You can share pictures with it as well because it has a built-in social networking service. Another thing users like about it – it’s free.

Angry Birds

Angry Birds is one of the most popular iPhone games ever. Launching different bird ammunitions through the pig pens – that just never gets old.

Infinity Blade

Infinity Blade is the first iOS game that can run on the Unreal Engine. You can call it Angry Knights.

MineCraft: Pocket Edition

This app is the iPhone version of Minecraft Eden which is a place to build and dig. You have 36 different blocks to work with. However, an internet connection is required in order to enjoy the options to save it and to play in multiplayer mode.

Dropbox

Dropbox offers an avenue for effortless syncing across many machines. With the Dropbox app, you can count on your iPhone to be able to access the files you sync into your Dropbox account. With this app, you can check out documents and photos and attach them to emails or even export them to other apps for free.

Google Translate

The new iPhone app makes translations enjoyable. It supports tons of languages and it gives users great features such as the full-screen text translations.