If you are asked to answer the question “What are the best iPhone apps of this year 2013? You would obviously shrug and say over a hundred thousand? That’s right. Well to summarize the answer let us take a look at the following highly used and downloaded iPhone apps of the year 2013 (as of March 2013 in fact).
For those especially who have planned or will plan to go on vacations to some sizzling sahara desert or northern snowy region. It is very stressful to get tickets and receipts for the whole tour out there. Not just this, most important the part where confirming the flight just gets on nerves for many. You could prevent all these mind-boggling situations by using this enticing iPhone application Tripit. It helps sync all the travelling data off your confirmation emails be it from your travel agency or accommodation providers. The whole data is presented as a list in a chronological way, thus making it easier for you where you are headed.
If you are a cyclist or a runner and would wish to track the performance of yourself parallel to that of your friend’s route in real time then Endomondo is what you should get. This application has given quite an exposure to many runners and cyclists out there and has made their workout way easier to monitor. This application helps you talk to your runner/cyclist mates as well and makes on-road interaction quite interesting following the real-time check on them friends. It has got large buttons that makes this application more appealing and offers a couple of other exercise options. The only draw-back of having this iPhone application is it doesn’t create a route nor has any capabilities of that sort.
I know you all must be thinking why I have chosen this .. well a very simple answer to this is Facebook is just unavoidable, Oh Yea! Stats from last year i.e. 2012 show over 81% users around the world connect to Facebook on their mobile than from their desktop systems. It also launched this messenger and webcam option so to make the chatting and video calling experience for users more appealing.
This application allows users to look up for those tough and mind-twisting words without having connected to the internet. Quite a handy and useful application for most users whose first language is not English. Users can also save their favorite word meanings for later use or reference in anything. You may also share them word meanings through Facebook and Twitter.
This application is that one freakingly awesome calendar application but the only limiting factor for most users is it charges $3.99 for subscription. This application allows you to add events naturally instead of filling about a number of empty fields even by using your voice if you have iPhone 4S and above. This application also synchronizes with Google and iCloud to provide you with the best calendar experience.
March 12, 2013 at 12:31 am
Thanks for posting on all of these awesome apps, Sally. I think I might check out Endomondo and Fantastical once I get home from my shift at DISH later tonight. While I’m here, I’d also like to suggest my favorite app. It’s called DISH Anywhere, and with it I can stream live TV channels and DVR recordings to my phone or tablet. I love it, because I’m a news junky, and it’s a great way for me to watch CNN or HLN while I am stuck at work.
March 19, 2013 at 11:37 am
Dictionary.com looks great, but most dictionary doesn’t provide complete words in the English language. I hope this one does.
March 21, 2013 at 6:37 am
Fantastical is a great app, have been using it on mac, dint know they had an app for iPhone too.
March 26, 2013 at 9:34 pm
One really great iphone app that i’ve recently discovered is DAW Remote for Pro Tools. It allows me to easily record in my studio all by myself. Not for everyone, but a life saver if you are a musician.
May 22, 2013 at 2:03 pm
It was really the Best iPhone Applications For Beginners In 2013… Nice reading it.