Best iPhone 5 apps end of the year:
Though the recent hype of android devices has made Google Play Store quite popular yet the need of the classy performer i.e. the iPhone has never slashed a bit. And the best way to get the optimum out of your iPhone is to pack it up with some of the cool apps that the App-Store offers. Out of the innumerable apps, here are some the most productive, most appealing, congenial and captivating bunch of delightful ones.
Doubtlessly a dedicated app for any purpose is way better than the typical web page, especially when it comes to the vast reservoir of knowledge comprised in the Wikipedia. And Wikipanion rightfully serves the necessity. Its custom formatting makes each page quick to load and easy to read. With a direct connection to the Wikipedia servers, pages load much faster than when viewed from Safari. Smart search, bookmarking, prompt help from the dictionary with pronunciation and quick sharing option via e-mail or twitter distinguishes it from the mass of other awareness apps.
Pulse by LinkedIn is the professional tailor-made news app for you. It provides customized news reading experience, easy handling of the compelling professional content, and lets you share the striking articles with the aid of your favorite social networks.
Music lovers will find it extremely magical at the first try. Just hold your iPhone near to a music source and let Shazam listen the song. It will recognize music and media playing around you. And then you are on your own to explore, buy and share the loved notes of your soul. As a note, Shazam’s guess might not always be accurate, yet its worth downloading.
Feeling creepy to type? Here’s a relief for you. Dragon Dictation powered by Dragon® NaturallySpeaking® not only allows you to convert your speech into text (with a little spooky level of accuracy though) but also can punctuate i.e. use comma or full-stop via your dictation unlike Siri. And when you’re done the app enables you to air your thoughts at Facebook, Twitter, Mail or even the iOS clipboard.
And for the entertainment verge, here is a spanking one developed by the Arts University of Bournemouth. This dexterous app lets you observe everything around you through the eyes of a trippy kaleidoscope. The app generates instant pictures or six second videos using five different creative filters and saves those to your own unique gallery letting you to share your creations on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at your own spare time.
All these freebies can hook you in to your device, whether you are at work or creating something or merely enjoying the leisure, in an impassioned way.