iPhone users can well realize how full of fun it is to get a nice app from Apple’s App Store where one can find thousands of application, but most of theme are useless and you really have to think what the use of so many flashlight apps in your phone.
But it is not so that App Store lacks some really effective and useful apps, you would definitely find an array of useful apps that can bring the true potential of your iPhone out as well as help you a lot to effectively manage daily tasks, store your passwords, tract time and staying organized.
iPhone has emerged as a sound competitor of the Windows Mobile and Symbian, as the new apps have been evolved. Here is a list of some the latest and best iPhone apps.
It uses a passcode to connect Apple TV or iTunes and it generates randomly whenever you try to connect. It allows you to play songs, podcasts, movies view playlists as well as the album art by controlling iTunes.
The app also integrates Apple TV quite nicely and offers you complete control on it via iPhone. Just like me, if iTunes is your favorite music player, it is, indeed, a must have iPhone app.
It’s true that App Store is not a good ground for some really nice IM apps.
It was Palringo that first implemented that, but you were required to have a Palringo account for this purpose. If you want to have a real complete IM solution for your iPhone, you will find Beejive quite effective for this purpose.
Google Earth app is the latest addition in some really impressive iPhone apps. It is an extension of Google’s well known software Google Earth that allows users to have topography of almost every part of the world. It has been enhanced and ported to the iPhone by Google.
The app allows you to have 3D view of the earth as well as o zoom in any part of the world with double tapping or reverse pinching.
With the help of this app, you ca look for almost every place on the face of the earth and with its Wikipedia integration, you can also get the important information about this place. This nice app is available for free.
If you want to get your things done via iPhone, Things is a thing that must for it. You can synchronize the app with the Mac and this is, indeed, the best part of this app.
There are some really nice marked out categories that allow you to impressively organize your tasks. The interface of the app is also quite well-organized and clean.
You will see all your set tasks at top while in the bottom tasks have been sorted date-wise.
With this app you can transfer files from your computer to the iPhone using Wi-Fi, the nicest thing about this app is that you need not any software for this app, but your computer and iPhone must be on the same Wi-Fi network.
It allows you to add iPhone as a networking device and use copy paste mechanism to transfer files.
Real Soccer 2009
Most of soccer fans really love playing Real Soccer 2009 on their iPhone, as it is an impressively crafted app.
The app store is replete with various games, but this game will definitely catch your fancy Aside from its nice gameplay, it also has a considerable number of game modes as well as teams to pick out.
If you often have to take down notes, Evernote is really a must-have iPhone app for you.
The notes app that is available in the firmware definitely lacks most of nice features, Evernote comes to your rescue and offer you all those features that you will not find in the bundled notes app.