50 best free iPhone apps
There are now well over 250,000 apps available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and, surprisingly, many of the best are free.
The following list showcases our pick of the 50 best free iPhone apps, and includes iPhone applications for social networking, travel, news, photography, productivity and more.
If your top free iPhone apps aren’t covered, tell us all about them in the comments.
You can also take a look through the top 10 with our nifty video.
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Once an ugly duckling, but now – as of version 3 – a social-network-aware [...]
The Facebook for iPhone app has always been solid and robust but at times fell short of the users’ expectations. And today, Facebook has felt the need to give it a healthy update to version 3.5, and we must say that the improvements found in this version are rather welcome and sought after by many users.
This new update for the well-known Facebook iPhone and iPod touch client focus on two main aspects: tagging friends added to your Facebook profile and a slight user interface overhaul. For the first time ever, it will finally be possible to tag friends and places in posts, something that was [...]
Whilst the iOS browsing experience is clean and relatively bug-free, mobile Safari lacks many, many of the features which its superior desktop cousin provides.
Those who run jailbroken iDevices will probably be aware that there are dozens of tweaks available to bring Apple’s web browsing client up to scratch – many of which we have featured on this site.
One of the main issues with Safari on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is the inability to enjoy normal tabbed browsing. Although you can open “tabs”, they are more like new pages from which you can scroll through and select – [...]
Apple has just seeded iTunes 10.5 Beta 6.1 to developers in the United States. The key feature to look out for in this particular update is the implementation of iTunes Match, allowing users to upload tracks to Apple’s still-in-beta iCloud service.
The handy service, which promises to enhance the way you collate and listen to music, will eventually allow you to store your entire music collection in iCloud for a mere $25 a year – which sounds relatively reasonable. Moreover, it will only upload music from your collection which isn’t already contained in iCloud – saving a lot of time and [...]
PDF documents have become increasingly more popular over the last few years, yet there still isn’t a good way to create them straight from an iOS device. To address this issue, Adobe has released CreatePDF, a small app that allows PDF documents to be created straight from any iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
CreatePDF is a tool that converts many file types, ranging from image files and Photoshop files to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OpenOffice and even WordPerfect files, into the PDF format straight from any iOS device while preserving all the quality of the original documents, including all [...]
If you’re a regular reader of this site, then you’re probably aware of iOS 5, the next major release of the operating system that runs on iPhones, iPads and iPod touches. While the system’s main features have been outlined by Apple two months ago, and the brilliant piece of software is believed to be very close to a public release, some still expect new features to be introduced at the last minute, perhaps exclusive to the long-awaited iPhone 5.
“Secret” last-minute features added to iOS is something which Apple brilliantly pulls off. Last year, the company unveiled iOS 4 for [...]
10 best iPhone photography apps
Apple’s five-megapixel iPhone 4 can produce amazing results under a variety of conditions. When the shots are viewed side-by-side with some compact cameras they hold up very well, especially when you consider it’s also a phone, personal computer and more besides.
Having phones and tablets with built-in cameras has driven a boom in casual photography. An analysis of geotagged photos uploaded to the Flickr and Picasa websites by a chap called Eric Fischer showed that the most photographed place in New York was the area around the Apple Store on Fifth Avenue. [...]
Well folks… looks like we’re finally getting some meat to all the iPhone 5/4S rumors that have been swirling around for months. We got some interesting news from a vigilant tipster today: beginning August 22nd, Telefonica will begin scaling back its current iPhone stock through September 12th. According to the source, this three week program is a move that “will of course prepare us for the launch of a new smart phone.” While the date next month should sound familiar, we’ve heard recently that the launch will actually take place sometime in October. Either way, a [...]
Well, you can’t knock them for trying. First it was the images, which then evolved to videos and even an audacious “Apple.com” visual of the forthcoming iPhone. The latest effort, which claims to be an unboxing of the eagerly-awaited smartphone, has made a good attempt to seem legit in the form of a professional boxing, as if it were shipped directly from the Cupertino company.
Despite the great lengths explored to yield authenticity, there are several key mistakes in this video which quash any hope of it being the real deal.
Firstly, it looks like am iPhone 3GS, a backward [...]
The official Facebook Messenger app is released for iPhone, iPod Touch and Android which is available free for download through App Store and Android Market.
Facebook Messenger allows 750 plus million Facebook users to send text messages to their mobile contacts and also to their Facebook contacts. User can also send pictures through this app.
Facebook Messenger app is based on Beluga technology which is recently acquired by Facebook. You can download Facebook Messenger for your iPhone or Android by visiting the link below.
Download Facebook Messenger for iPhone and iPod Touch
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