Top 10 Apps for iPhone and iPad 2013
Its really hard to find the best iOS apps as there are so many of them available. Whether you have a phone or a tablet, techtimes.co is here to help you find the best iOS apps of 2013 that suits all your needs. Explore ‘Top 10 Apps for iPhone and iPad 2013′
A remote trigger that reacts to sound or movement for your camera is really expensive!. But the TriggerTrap app allows you to fire either your phone’s internal camera or a wide range of DSLRs (via an external cable). It supports various external stimuli such as sound and movement. It can simply be used as an external cable release. There are also a variety of timelapse modes that opens creative possibilities.
Photoshop came to the iOS and Android platform last year. Photoshop Touch is now available for your iPhone. It offers more editing power than other iOS photo apps. The range of special effects filters is excellent. The ability to swipe to adjust the colour and intensity of filters really handy. Options like apply gradients and fades, or warp and transform images, will give you more creative control.
This year Google’s browser launch first on Android and then on iOS. Synchronisation is chrome’s main streingth. Open a series of tabs on your work PC, continue working in them while you are on a train, then open them again on a home laptop.
We use so many different cloud-based services. Its a tough job to manage all those accounts. Here CloudMagic comes in handy. It acts as a hub with one search box for email, contacts, Twitter, Facebook, Google Docs, Evernote, Dropbox and more. It isn’t just about search, either. CloudMagic’s homescreen also provides an invaluable overview of recent activity across all your online services.
Just tap and using your phone’s GPS, all nearby black cabs receive your request, and you’ll be sent details of the first driver that accepts with an estimated time of arrival. Best of all, you can pay by card. Hailo is London and Dublin’s biggest taxi app – and now it’s available in Cork, Galway and Limerick too.
This is the best email management app you’ll ever use. Mailbox is a completely redesigned inbox is to clear your email in tray, either by swiping right to archive the message, or swiping left to deal with the message at a point in the future. You can defer the message until “later today”, “tomorrow”, or the rather wooly “someday”, at which point it will darken your Mailbox once more. Messages can also be replied to or forwarded in the normal manner, or sent to lists such as “To Read” or “To Buy”.
Note: Currently for Gmail only. Other email platforms coming soon.
It offers the most intuitive way to use a different random password for every site you visit without having to remember them. You can combine it with the desktop software for Windows and Mac. It can store credit cards, passport details and even personal notes. This is your ultimate password solution.
Its a social network for questions and answers. Post any query you like, and if people deem it interesting they’ll post responses. The app integrates with Facebook and Twitter. When you log on for the first time, it will list the questions posed or answered by those you follow.
With Strava you can record bike rides or runs. It records distance covered, speed and estimate calorie consumption. The results are automatically uploaded to your own personal account and plotted on Google Maps. Its an awesome training tool for you as it records your performances.
W.E.L.D.E.R. is a word game. It’s unique feature is, you have to make words by swapping adjacent letters in the grid until they sit in the correct order. And you have a limited number of swaps available to do so. You will get more swaps by hitting points targets. You can’t progress to the next level until you form enough four-letter words. There is a built-in dictionary, which makes it educational too.